TRIVIA NIGHT is this week! Woo hoo!
We have LOTS of updates about this fabulous event ~
Hope to see you there!
Also, I will be helping out at another Kirkwood School this week ~ you will be in good hands with Dr. Wilson and our team and feel free to reach out to me if you need anything!
I will see you at Trivia Night! :)
In a unanimous decision, the Kirkwood School District Board of Education has named Dr. David Ulrich as the next superintendent of schools starting July 1, 2020. He will succeed Dr. Michele Condon, who is retiring at the end of the school year. Dr. Ulrich is currently the superintendent in the Moffat County RE-1 School District in Craig, Colorado. Prior to his four years as a superintendent, he spent 18 years as an educator in Missouri, which included principal of Lee’s Summit North High School and director of secondary education for the North Kansas City School District. Dr. Ulrich spent eight years as a teacher, including four years as a social studies teacher at North Kansas City High School.
Over the past two weeks, our schools have announced their Teachers of the Year for the 2020-21 school year. Congratulations to these outstanding Kirkwood Teachers of the Year, who were selected by their school colleagues to represent the many outstanding Kirkwood teachers and staff members: Sarah Johnson (KECC), Amber Lane (Keysor), Amy Stephens (North Glendale), Teresa Uhles (Robinson), Christy Newsham (Tillman), Andrea Beckerle (Westchester), Jennifer Sievers (Nipher), Katie Murphy (North Kirkwood Middle School), and Kelly Schneider (KHS).
Five residents of the Kirkwood School District filed as candidates for the three positions open on the Kirkwood Board of Education. Each candidate filed by the January 21, 2020 closing date. The school board election will be held on April 7, 2020. In the order of their filing, the school board candidates are: Chad Kavanaugh (Incumbent), Jennifer Pangborn (Incumbent), Nikole Shurn, Julie Backer (Incumbent), and Michael Kleckner.