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  • Turkey Week 2019

    The first officially recorded Thanksgiving Day football game between Kirkwood High School (KHS) and neighboring Webster Groves High School (WGHS) was held in 1907. Since then, with only a few exceptions, the two schools have met each year on the football field to compete for the “Turkey Day Championship” and the coveted Frisco Bell trophy. More than just a football game, Turkey Day has become a celebration of spirit and pride for both communities. In anticipation of the 2019 football game, KSD students and alumni will begin the “Turkey Day Game” countdown in November with special activities throughout the month and during Spirit Week.

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  • KSD Enrollment Growth

    The Kirkwood School District is seeking input to address space needs due to enrollment growth. Your input will help us prioritize what is most important to our community. We are conducting this feedback using an online engagement software to lead discussions via a virtual platform. Feedback received via paper surveys, will be added to the online portal by staff members. We will use all feedback to make better-informed decisions about meeting students’ needs going forward. Key areas of consideration include class sizes, the number of students in our schools, attendance areas, secure entrances and school spaces such as libraries, cafeterias and gymnasiums. The survey is available online at www.kirkwoodschools.org/ exchange and provides an opportunity to see others’ thoughts and questions as well. Paper surveys are available at Kirkwood Public Library and at the KSD Administrative Services Center, 11289 Manchester Road.

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  • Hundreds of Kirkwood School District Students Participate in Fourth Annual Unified Flag Football Event

    On Wednesday, October 16, hundreds of Kirkwood School District (KSD) students participated in the fourth annual Unified Night Lights unified flag football event. The inaugural event was held in September 2016. The event recreates the excitement of a traditional football game. Hundreds of students, with and without disabilities, came together. The philosophy behind the event is that sports help provide a path to friendships and understanding and help break down barriers. Students stormed the field, cheered from the track, and played instruments from the pep band section in the bleachers.

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