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  • Family Newsletter 1/16/22

    Hello everyone-

    I sent a Robinson Health Update email yesterday morning. I did not want the information to be missed or overlooked in the newsletter. One addition I should have included regarding absence reporting- you may continue to use the link to report any absence for your child illness related or not. If it is illness related, Mr. Shelton, our attendance secretary, will forward it to our nurse on duty. You do not have to email him directly at although you can either method is sufficient and you do not need to do both. Any Covid or health related questions or concerns should be emailed to me at and I will forward the message tot he nurse on duty. To complete the reporting a positive student Covid case use this form- Report a Positive Case

    Thank you all for your attention regarding this change in process.

    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-


    To read the rest of the Family Newsletter, click here.

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  • Connecting with the Counselors

    January 9, 2022

    Good Evening,

    We hope you had a wonderful holiday break and are enjoying this VERY cold week of 2022!

    We have had a busy 3 days back at Robinson. We love seeing all of your student's back at Robinson and ready to learn in 2022. Next week we will begin a new schedule which will enable us to teach counseling lessons to all Robinson classrooms in 2 days. Many times we get pulled away from our scheduled day to help with a student in crisis or with mediation or restorative work when things happen amongst students during the day. When that happens, we miss classroom lessons. This "protected time" being provided each month is very exciting for our team. We hope you hear about your student's time with the counselors at home next week!

    Our lessons will start with revisiting what it looks like and sounds like to be at school each day-- much like our "reboot" in November. See the picture below of our Robinson School Expectations. All students will have time to reflect on how they feel they are doing and celebrate where they have grown, as well as notice any areas which they can improve.

    We will also continue to talk about our "ONE WORD" that we chose for this school year. Our counseling team chose BELONG. When we think about our school, we want ALL students to feel as if they belong and are safe here each day. If we don't feel safe, we can't learn.

    Our staff Equity Committee (REC) is working to incorporate what we are already doing to align with a No Place 4 Hate (NP4H) program. One of the most exciting parts of becoming a NP4H school is that our kids will help lead us in this work. All 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders will be offered an opportunity to join the leadership committee of NP4H. The commitment is a two year one, so our current 5th graders are, unfortunately, not eligible to be on the committee. More information about the NP4H committee will be coming home in backpack mail next week for 2nd-5th graders.

    Wednesday night we will continue our student book study meeting (on zoom) with students in 3rd-5th grades. As you may recall, we are reading Stamped (For Kids), by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi. The kids attending have shown such incredible insight and maturity. Thank you to the parent-led Robinson Equity Group (REG) for putting this opportunity together and including us. We look forward to reading with other students and if you are interested in having your student be a part of a future book study group, please reach out to one of us.

    REMINDER: Our Connecting with the Counselors is now a monthly update. If there is important information to share, Dr. OH has agreed to include it in her weekly family newsletter.

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

    Have a fantastic week and look for our February update around the 6th!

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District News

  • Blues Mascot Louie Helps North Kirkwood Middle School Celebrate National Blue Ribbon School Award

    In September 2021, North Kirkwood Middle School (NKMS) was announced as one of 35 schools in the country as a U.S. Department of Education National Blue Ribbon School. All this week, NKMS students and staff are celebrating their recognition as a U.S. Department of Education National Blue Ribbon School. Louie, the mascot for the St. Louis Blues Hockey team, stopped by NKMS on Wednesday to high-five students and staff members on this accomplishment. Louie also joined students and sat in momentarily during some math and science classes. Other celebrations this week include a blue hat day, listening to Blues music, wearing all blue clothes, and blue decorated doors throughout the school. For more information about the National Blue Ribbon announcement and program, please visit the U.S. Department of Education website:

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  • Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at North Glendale Elementary School in the Kirkwood School District

    On Friday, January 14, the Kirkwood School District (KSD) held a ribbon-cutting ceremony at North Glendale Elementary School. In attendance were KSD school board members, school and district staff, North Glendale students and parents, and Prop R committee members. The ceremony celebrated the completion of the new, ADA compliant ramp and secure entrance at North Glendale Elementary School. “Having an inclusive entrance where every student, staff member, family member and community member can utilize is just so important to our school community. It shows that everybody belongs and is welcome to North Glendale,” said Jennifer Sisul, North Glendale principal. “Thank you so much to our community for making this possible for our students,” said Dr. David Ulrich, KSD superintendent. “Their support for Prop R confirms their commitment to students."

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  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration - Virtually on Monday, January 17

    The annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration hosted by the Meacham Park Neighborhood Improvement Association (MNIA) in partnership with the Kirkwood School District and City of Kirkwood will now be held virtually. The celebration will showcase three Kirkwood High School seniors receiving Meacham Park Scholars Awards, a merit based scholarship program. Watch the premiere of the video at 1 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 17. For more information, visit

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