Warrior News

-September 16, 2022

Dear Warrior Families,

Fall is here, and we are excited about the cooler weather. All of our sports teams are off to a fantastic start! Please try to catch a game and cheer our warriors on! Our live schedule is linked below. Additionally, the parent/caregiver Send Silence Packing letter is below. Homecoming is this weekend, and we have over 850 students attending the event. Many thanks to the extra staff and administrators who volunteered last minute to make this happen. We are confident that our Warriors will make this an extraordinary night for those in attendance.


Dr. Mobley

Parent/Caregiver Send Silence Packing Letter

Attention Class of 2026--BE A LEADER

Dear Class of 2026:

This year’s KP freshmen elections will be held on Wednesday, September 28, 2022. Any freshman interested in running for class government or student council rep will need to submit a nomination form and a speech on video . The videos will be compiled and shown in the auditorium during first block on the 28th. Classmates will then vote through a google form.

King Philip's student government is split into two–Class Officers/Student Government and Student Council. That is, you vote for class president, vice president, secretary, and treasurer, as well as four(4) student council representatives.

Student Government is for your class only(Class of 2026)

Elections for class office occur annually. Student Government or class officers include- President, Vice President, Treasurer and Secretary. As a member of class government, you will plan and attend meetings and plan and organize all of your class’ events, including prom. Two advisors guide each class.

Student Council

Annually, each class elects four(4) representatives to be on the student council executive board. Student Council represents the entire school and is made up of a mix of students from all different grades. Student Council is the voice of the student body and plans activities and opportunities which are inclusive of the entire student body. They plan such activities as homecoming, class competitions, Friday Night Live, etc. Representatives meet weekly as part of the executive board and represent your class.

You have the choice to run for Student Government which includes President, VP, Secretary, Treasurer, or one of the four Student Council representatives positions. To qualify to run, you must:

  1. Complete the nomination form, which is attached, and turn it in by Monday, September 19 in the library

  2. Email your video to the Student Council (stuco@kingphilip.org) by September 21. It will be put into a video arrangement and shown on the morning of September 28.

Thank you for your interest and commitment to your class and school! Good luck! If you have any questions, please see or contact Ahunna James, our StuCo president, jamesa2023@kingphilp.org) or Mrs. Snead at sneadb@kingphilip.org.


Mrs. Snead

Student Council Adviser

Late Bus Route! Starting 9-20-22


  • Late buses will operate for the High School and Middle School on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, beginning Tuesday, September 20th.
  • There will be three (3) late buses, one of which will shuttle students from the Middle School to the High School at approximately 3:15 PM.
  • The three buses will then depart from the High School at approximately 3:30 PM. Each bus will have a specific route with centrally-located stops.
  • Needing to cover nearly 48 square miles across the three member towns, the late buses will not provide door-to-door drop-off service.

Fall Guidance Newsletter--In case you missed it!



If you are a current junior or senior interested in applying to be a member of the National English Honor Society, please complete the enclosed application (Google Form) no later than Monday, September 26th.

NEHS Application 2022

*If the above file does not open, please follow this link to access the application form.

NEHS meets on the first Monday of the month before school and participates in activities that enrich the school, with a particular focus in literature and language.

If you were a member of NEHS in good standing at the end of last year, you do not need to complete this application again; this is solely for new members.

If you have any questions, please reach out.

Advisors: Mrs. Walden (room 111) and Mrs. Quinn (room 109)

NEHS Officer: Charlotte Griffin and Caitlyn Knight

SENIORS! It is already time to order your graduation gown!

Tuesday, September 20, 2022--Student Council 7:00 am Library

Tuesday, September 20, 2022--Debate Club 2:15 pm room 205

Thursday, September 22, 2022--Science National Honor Society 7:00 am Library

Thursday September 22, 2022--Senior Class Photo--Stadium Bleachers last period

Thursday, September 22, 2022--Model United Nations 2:15 pm room 103

Thursday, September 22, 2022--Newspaper 2:15 pm room 134

Friday, September 23, 2023--KP Cares 7:00 am Location TBD

Saturday, September 24, 2022--Senior Class Carwash 9:00--1:00 bus loop

Half Day September 21st

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AP Students--Extremely Important


Joining the classroom is how we are allowed to order your exam.

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