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The Band Concert Scheduled for this past week has been rescheduled to Tuesday, March 20
This site is a work in progress and will be upgraded as able. The calendar is synced with the school music calendar
Help the King Philip Music Association (KPMA) and your garden at the same time!
The Vermont Mulch Company’s high-quality natural hardwood mulch comes in 3-cubic foot bags. Our prices are at a low $6.50 per bag tax included! A comparable amount of Hemlock mulch at Lowe’s costs $6.85. Scott’s brand dyed mulch costs $7.30. And that’s without tax. Plus, you have the added benefit of supporting the King Philip Music Program AND you receive free delivery for orders of 6 bags or more.
$6.50 per 3 cu.ft. bag
•Hemlock (all natural)
•Black (dye enhanced)
•Red (dye enhanced)
Free Delivery of 6 bags or more
•Delivery is only available to Norfolk, Plainville and Wrentham.
•Deliveries will take place on Saturday, April 28 and Sunday, April 29, 2018.
•Deliveries will be to a single, easily accessible, location near the front of your home.
•Order pickup will be on April 28 from 9am-3pm in the KP High School parking lot.
•No minimum order required for pickup at the high school.
•Ordering deadline is Monday, April 9th.
•Not sure how much mulch you need? 1 Yard = 9 Bags = 10’x10’ at 3” depth.
• Still not sure how much you need? CLICK HERE FOR A MULCH CALCULATOR
•To order, see a King Philip music student or
CLICK HERE TO ORDER
Consider adding a donation as an additional item. All proceeds directly support the King Philip music program!
Questions? Contact Chris Ann Gibney at email@example.com
Percussion Tech Class Registration
Click on the following link to register--
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click the Donate Now Button
Middle School Families--Family ID registration is located under ensembles/middle school.
High School Band and Chorus members Leadership classes are every other Friday, check the calendar for dates. This class is being underwritten by the KPMA.
March 17- King Philip Winter Guard and Indoor Percussion are performing at Mansfield HS. Guard is on at 3:32 pm and percussion at 7:37pm. The full listing of performing ensembles can be found at www.NESBA.org.
March 18- jazz ensemble will be performing at MAJE State Finals at 1pm at Norwood High School. The full program can be found at www.majazzed.org.
Tuesday, March 20 is the rescheduled date of the middle school and high school spring band concert. The program begins at 7pm at the high school. This event is free but we will have a drum out collecting donations for our KPMA scholarships.
Wednesday, March 21 is the marching band orientation meeting. All past and new students interested in being in the 2018 marching band should join us at 7pm in the KPHS auditorium. Start time is 7pm.
7th grade at KPHS; Friday at 4:30pm; awards at 6:00pm
8th grade at KPHS; Friday at 7:30pm; awards at 9:30pm
Norfolk Freeman-Kennedy School at KPHS at 8:00am Saturday; awards at 12:30pm
Plainville Wood School at KPHS at 11:00pm, Saturday; awards at 12:30
KPHS Concert Band at Bellingham at 10:00am, Saturday; awards at 1:00pm
KPHS Symphony Band at Bellingham at 12:00pm, Saturday; awards at 1:00pm
KPMS Chorus at Norwood at 2:20pm, Saturday; awards at 5:20pm
KPHS Chorus at Norwood at 4:00pm, Saturday; awards at 5:20pm
MICCA SIGN UPS
Calling all volunteers for March 23, 24 and 25:
MICCA returns to King Philip High School when KPMS hosts the MICCA (Massachusetts Instrumental Chorus and Conductors Association) Festival on March 23-25. For those of you new to KP or MICCA, this is huge undertaking and we need all the help we can to make this a successful and enjoyable weekend.
We will host middle and elementary school bands from around the state during this three-day festival. Bands perform for a panel of highly trained musical adjudicators, and attend a clinic to receive feedback. All groups are welcome to attend the awards ceremony.
This is a fun and family-focused event showcasing talented students throughout the weekend.
It takes a cadre of parent and student volunteers to ensure the success of this three-day event. Mr. Keough
and Mr. Wolloff will post sign-up sheets at the high school and the middle school for student volunteers.
HELP US CONTINUE THIS SUCCESS. Please review times on the Sign-up Genius at the link below, and select the time that works best for your schedule.
Please sign-up at your earliest convenience. KPMA, and your children, thank you.
Please call, text or email if we may provide you with any assistance.
Dianne Cardner Kelly White
SIGN UP BY CLICKING ON THIS LINK
Who Are We
The King Philip Music Association (KPMA) was formed in 1986. It's an organization of all families presently in the King Philip Music Program as well as alumni students and parents. The organization was formed to promote music education in the entire King Philip district, to support all music programming and to work cooperatively with the school administrators. The KPMA works closely with the music staff and school administration to help implement policies, goals and financial support to provide the best music programming possible.
KPMA BOARD MEMBERS
Matthew Glaser--Vice President
Chris Ann Gibney--Secretary
Cindy O'Rourke--Public Relations
Sharon Bannon--Member at Large/Large Event Coordinator
Maureen Cappuccino--Community Outreach/Fundraising
Dianne Cardner--Middle School Representative
Jen Weiblen--Middle School Representative
Dianne Sepe--Past President