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  • Rocking and Rolling Along


    Hello everyone-

    I hope you and your family are doing well! Our kiddos are doing such a great job in the classroom and our other settings. They are making friends, taking turns, learning important social skills, and they're becoming successful with their classroom routines and practices.

    We have finished up our fall literacy and math benchmarking. Our teachers, interventionists, SSD team, and counselors will be working together in the next weeks to figure out how additional supports will be provided to our students in the classroom.

    Please reach out at any time to share any questions, concerns, or ideas. I am here to help and support you and your family. Thanks for all you do to help keep our students and staff safe.

    Take Care-


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  • Connecting with our Counselors -

    September 12, 2021

    Good Evening,

    We hope your family had a wonderful weekend. This past Thursday evening we hosted a parent information zoom meeting about our upcoming Safe Touch and Child Abuse Prevention Program. Each year the Kirkwood School District partners with the Child Abuse Prevention Program (CAPP) to provide presentations to all students and teach child safety, abuse recognition and abuse prevention. All children, ages three to nineteen, are taught in a safe and non-threatening manner designed to entertain and inform.

    The programs presented use a sensitive, developmentally-appropriate approach. Students may receive certificates, coloring books or activity books to take home. The interactive multimedia presentations last from 20 to 45 minutes (depending on age/grade level) and offer learning which aid in safeguarding all children from potentially dangerous situations.

    We will host CAPP at Robinson on September 23rd and 24th. Robinson students will view the presentation as a class via zoom with their classroom teacher and one of our counseling team members. If you prefer, you may print and sign an opt out form provided by CAPP and found here: opt-out forms need to be received by September 22nd.

    If you were unable to attend the zoom parent forum, we have a short recording of one of the CAPP presenters speaking about what your student may see and hear. The video link can be found below this message.

    Please reach out to us if we can be helpful. As a reminder, Ms. Harris works with pre-K through 2nd grade. Mrs. Cohen works with 3rd-5th graders. If you are in need of resources, they can both be a starting place, or you can directly reach out to Mrs. Ampey-Elong, our KSD social worker. Ms. Shields has a specific caseload, please start with one of our 2 school counselors if your student is not currently being seen by Ms. Shields. All of our contact information can be found at the end of this communication.

    If you missed last week's communication, you can access it from this link:

    Have a great week!

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District News

  • Kirkwood High School Orchestra Students Selected to St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra

    The St. Louis Symphony Youth Orchestra (SLSYO) announced their selections for the 2021-22 season. Of the 100 young musicians representing more than 40 schools throughout the bi-state region, two are members of the Kirkwood High School Orchestra Program. They are: Nathan Bronstein (junior) Violin and Mallory Mihm (sophomore) Viola - Alternate. For their selection, the student musicians auditioned for a panel of St. Louis Symphony Orchestra musicians. As a member of the SLSYO, the student musicians will rehearse and perform challenging orchestral repertoire under the direction of the SLSO Resident Conductor Stephanie Childress, musicians receive regular coaching and mentoring from the world-class musicians of the SLSO. SLSYO presents three concerts per season in historic Powell Hall.

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  • Kirkwood Student Publication Wins 2021 Gallup Award

    The Kirkwood Call was one of nine school publications named as George H. Gallup recipients in the 2021 Quill and Scroll News Media Evaluation service. Named for the founder of Quill and Scroll and the Gallup Poll, the award is given only to those publications that achieved and sustained excellence during the 2020-2021 academic year. Gallup Award recognition is based on extraordinary improvement, exceptional service to the school and community, editorial campaigns, and in-depth reporting on special issues. For more information, visit

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  • Kirkwood School District Launches KSD Talks Podcast

    The Kirkwood School District has launched a podcast. KSD Talks is the official podcast of the Kirkwood School District. This will allow the public to hear from District offiicials, who will go in depth on topics important to Kirkwood schools, students and families.

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