AFTER SCHOOL ACTIVITIES
After School Activities begin September 5th. Activity days and times are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 3:10-4:00. Bus transportation is provided to students eligible for regular bus services.
Click here to visit the After School Activities calendar for the 23/24 school year.
All students who plan to stay for an after-school activity will need to pay a one-time “Activity Fee” of $20. The activity fee is $10 for students who qualify for free or reduced-price meals. To pay fees online, please access the www.myschoolbucks.com portal.
At a meeting on Monday, September 18 at 6 p.m. at Robinson Elementary School, the Kirkwood School District Board of Education will hold a hearing for informational purposes on proposed tax rates for 2023, which is a reassessment year. The tax rates will be brought forward for approval by the Board of Education at a virtual meeting of the Board of Education on Sept. 25 at 6:30 p.m.
On September 11, the Kirkwood Board of Education acknowledged the Kirkwood School District (KSD) Key Contributors for 2023-24. The Key Contributor award recognizes support staff colleagues who support our schools, administrators, teachers, fellow staff members, and students. The winners were nominated by colleagues and then chosen by the selection committee as the Key Contributor for their respective category.
Four Kirkwood High School students and one staff member were chosen to participate in the 54th season of the St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra. Senior Mallory Mihm, viola; senior Elizabeth Myers, bassoon; sophomore Althea Althauser, trombone alternate; and senior Jamie Decker, keyboard instruments. Teaching assistant Ariana Coan was also selected to play trumpet.
Congratulations to our 46 KSD student musicians selected to participate in Webster Community Music School Young People's Concert and Symphonic Orchestras. The students were selected from over 200+ students who auditioned from across the Metropolitan Area including parts of Illinois.Congratulations to our 46 KSD student musicians selected to participate in Webster Community Music School Young People's Concert and Symphonic Orchestras. The students were selected from over 200+ students who auditioned from across the Metropolitan Area including parts of Illinois.