WRENTHAM - Students were back in the classroom at King Philip middle and high schools this week after a rise in cases forced school officials to go fully remote last week.
While some school districts across Massachusetts will soon be bringing students back for in-person instruction four days a week, King Philip will not be joining them.
King Philip School Superintendent Paul Zinni explained why during a sit-down interview with North TV on Thursday. The response was part of a discussion about the possibility of bringing KP’s middle and high school students into school more than their current two days a week.
North TV's interview with Superintendent Zinni can be seen in its entirety on North TV’s Plainville Channel: Comcast channel 8.
That edition of “Inside Look” can also be streamed to watch at any time on any device by becoming a North TV Insider, a free service to North Attleboro and Plainville cable subscribers.
Click below to stream Superintendent Zinni explaining the unique challenges the King Philip school system faces.