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  • Students of the Kirkwood School District will think critically and creatively, driven by a sense of wonder, connection, and joy.

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  • Turkey Day T-Shirts On Sale through Oct 27

    Turkey Day T-Shirts On Sale

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  • 4th Annual Unified Night Lights

    October is Disability Awareness Month. In the spirit of celebrating all abilities and differences, we are hosting our 4th annual Unified Night Lights. Family, friends and the community are invited to cheer for Kirkwood’s unified teams and support our students. Let's pack the stands!! For more information, please visit our Unified Night Lights website: kirkwoodschools.org/unl

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  • Kirkwood Students Learn from the Trees at Kirkwood Park

    Students at Westchester Elementary (WE) School in the Kirkwood School District learned in and from the trees on Wednesday, September 25 as part of the Kirkwood Urban Forestry Commission Jr. Tree Keeper program. WE students traveled to Kirkwood Park to learn from representatives from the Kirkwood Urban Forestry Commission. The students rotated through stations and participated in a variety of experiences including tree identification, tree planting, and tree climbing safety.

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  • Local Restaurant Hosting “Be Civil” Month Supports Students Served by KSD NOW

    Matt Deimeke and BJ Baker, managers from Circle 7 present a check for $1,750 to Dr. Shonda Ambers-Phillips and Emilie Lytton, representatives from the Kirkwood School District (KSD) Nutrition on the Weekends (NOW) program.

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  • School Resumes Thursday: Please Be Aware and Please Slow Down

    Kirkwood Fire Crews along with their fire trucks will be out and visiting schools on opening day, August 15, as a reminder to drivers that kids are back in school, and it's time to be aware and to........slow down. Thank you.

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  • Kirkwood School District Recognizes Support Staff Members of the Year

    During the Kirkwood School District Opening Day celebration on August 8, KSD support staff members were recognized in various job categories as “Support Services Employee of the Year.”

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  • TriNet Donates 75 Backpacks to KSD Schools

    Dr. Shonda Ambers-Phillips accepts 75 Backpacks on behalf of KSD Students. Kirkwood School District resident Bill Masurat nominated KSD to receive the TriNet Cares Kids In Need Book Bag Program.

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  • Westchester Goes Wild: Students Explore the “Wild Side” of Westchester

    Westchester Elementary School in the Kirkwood School District was filled with the buzz of bees, clucks from chickens, and laughter from the students today as the Saint Louis Zoo partnered with Westchester for an outdoor day of learning. Students spent the school day immersed in learning outdoor skills including how to read a field guide and draw a map, harvesting vegetables from the Westchester garden, and learning how to properly use binoculars and other scientific tools.

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  • Glendale-Kirkwood Kiwanis Present Early Reader Books to Kindergarteners

    The Glendale-Kirkwood Kiwanis Club presented each of the kindergarten students in the Kirkwood School District (KSD) with an early reader book as part of the service club’s Early Reader Program.

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  • Oasis Recognition Ceremony at Kirkwood School District

    On Monday, May 13, representatives from Oasis held a recognition ceremony to honor Dr. Judy Kamper for 30 years of service as the District Facilitator for the Oasis Intergenerational Tutoring program in the Kirkwood School District (KSD).

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  • Robinson Awarded Kirkwood Human Rights Commission Award for Excellence

    During the Kirkwood City Council meeting on Thursday, May 2, representatives from the Kirkwood Human Rights Commission awarded Jennifer Sisul, principal at Robinson and Julie Cohen, counselor at Robinson, for the 2019 Award for excellence. Sisul and Cohen were nominated by Robinson parents Susan Mason and Dawn Buckley. The award is in recognition of the efforts at Robinson to eliminate discrimination based on gender identity. In the nomination letter, Mason and Buckley shared that “Jennifer and Julie are allies and advocates for all kids and face issues of discrimination fiercely and proactively, which is why they are each deserving of this nomination.”

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  • Two KSD Students, also Siblings, Selected for National Playwright Festival

    Jared Goudsmit (senior at Kirkwood High School) and Kyra Gousmit (8th grade student at Nipher Middle School) were announced as two of 12 playwriters from across the country to be featured in the 27th annual The Blank Theatre Young Playwrights Festival (YPF) in Hollywood, CA.

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  • Four KSD Schools Place in Annual Green Schools Quest

    The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)-Missouri Gateway Chapter challenged public and private schools within the chapter’s territory (Missouri and Southern Illinois) to devise and implement, with the help of Green Mentors, the most creative, effective and no or low-cost sustainable practices for their schools. This year, over 3,000 students and 180 faculty and staff were directly involved in this year’s Green Schools Quest projects. The Kirkwood School District (KSD) had six schools participate: Kirkwood Early Childhood Center, Keysor Elementary School, Westchester Elementary School, Nipher Middle School, North Middle School and Kirkwood High School. The projects were judged and winners were announced at the 12th Annual Green School Event at the Missouri History Museum. KECC was announced as the winner of the elementary school category and Kirkwood High School was announced as the winner of the high school category. Nipher Middle School and North Kirkwood Middle School tied for the middle school category.

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  • Kirkwood School District Honors Employees

    The Kirkwood School District honored employees retiring and recognized those with 25 years of service in education at the annual retirement and recognition reception on May 1 in the Walker Commons at Kirkwood High School.

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  • Kirkwood High School Celebrates Seniors Earning Scholarships

    During a ceremony on Thursday, April 25, Kirkwood High School recognized 76 senior students who will receive 50% or more of their collegiate tuition paid for by scholarships.

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