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  • If you have questions about student enrollment or transcript requests, please contact Stephanie Smith in Guidance. Stephanie.Smith@kirkwoodschools.org

     

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District News

  • KHS Senior Selected for Missouri Thespians Scholarship

    Kirkwood High School (KHS) senior Lucy Schene was announced as the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship from the Missouri Thespians Society. The Missouri Thespians award $1,000 college scholarships to graduating seniors. The students apply through a rigorous application and interview process. Lucy was announced as a recipient during the 2022 International Thespian Society Conference in January. After graduating from KHS, Lucy plans on attending college to pursue a degree in Musical Theatre, Political Science and Education. For more information about the Missouri Thespians Society, please visit their website: http://missourithespians.org.

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  • KHS Students Recognized as Finalists in New York Times Writing Contest

    Seven Kirkwood High School (KHS) students were recently selected as New York Times Learning Network 2021 Student Narrative Contest Finalists. In October 2021, the New York Times conducted their third annual personal narrative writing contest. The contest encourages students to submit short, powerful stories about a meaningful life experience in 600 words or fewer. Over 11,000 entries from around the nation were submitted from students aged 11-19 years old. Of those entries, 200 students were announced as New York Times Learning Network 2021 Student Narrative Contest Finalists and seven of those were KHS juniors. They are: Sim Khanuja -- Runner-Up for "An Angel's Eyes" Lindsay Braun -- Round 4 Finalist for "Slamming Doors" Michael "Mick" Collier -- Round 4 Finalist for "A Basement Ballad" Caroline Geeting -- Round 4 Finalist for "The Blue Bear" Grace Johnson -- Round 4 Finalist for "Floor Duty" Charlotte Spohr -- Round 4 Finalist for "Friday Night Fears" Liv Timp -- Round 4 Finalist for "How Not to Get Your Car Stolen"

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  • Kirkwood School District Announces Assistant Principal Hires at Kirkwood High School

    At its meeting last night, the Board of Education approved the recommendation of the appointment of Dr. Shiree Yeggins as the Assistant Principal of Pioneer Pathways and Dr. Courtney Ford as the Assistant Principal for the Class of 2026. Dr Yeggins will succeed Mrs. Romona Miller, who will retire July 1, 2022 after 30 years in education and 17 years in successful leadership at Kirkwood High School (KHS). Dr. Ford will succeed Mr. Jeff Townsend, who will retire July 1, 2022 after 26 years in education and 14 years in successful leadership at Kirkwood High School. Dr. Shiree Yeggins has been an educator for 21 years. Dr. Yiggens has her Ed.D. from Maryville University and has been a high school English teacher in the Riverview Gardens School District. Most recently, she has been an Assistant Principal at Webster Groves High School. Dr. Courtney Ford has been an educator for 14 years. Dr. Ford has his Ed. D. from Maryville University and began his career as an elementary teacher then moving into the middle school as a teacher. Most recently, he has been an Assistant Principal at McCluer High School. “We are excited for the students, staff, parents and the entire school community,” said Dr.Mike Havener, KHS principal. “I look forward to Dr. Yiggen’s and Dr. Ford’s work to ensure our students’ success.”

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