During the Kirkwood school board meeting last Monday, July 15, resident Bill Masurat nominated Kirkwood School District to be the recipient of the TriNet Cares Kids In Need book bag program. Bill is a sales consultant focused on helping businesses with their HR, Benefits and Payroll so they can focus on generating revenue and their customers. TriNet donated a total of 75 book bags to be distributed to students in need within the Kirkwood School District. Each book bag contains 3 folders, 2 notebooks, 2 glue sticks, 2 pens, 1 package pencils, 1 box crayons, 1 package markers, 1 scissors, 1 package post-it notes, 1 ruler, 1 pencil pouch with 1 eraser and 1 pencil sharpener.
“TriNet gave me the opportunity to help my community and support our teachers who may have to take their own funds to support their students' school supplies,” said Bill Masurat.
Book bags were donated through TriNet’s outreach program TriNet Cares; reaching of over 4,700 children through the program this year.
The Kirkwood School District does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, age, national origin, handicap, or disability in admissions to, or treatment or employment in its programs and activities. Any person having inquiries concerning the District's compliance with Title IX, Section 504 for student issues please contact Matt Bailey, Assistant Superintendent for Data, Intervention and Suports at 314-213-6106. For employee issues, please contact Cindi Nelson, Chief Human Resources Officer by calling 314-213-6103.