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The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

The BOE discussed raising tax rates at the Sept. 19 hearing.
News
BOE discusses raising tax rates
Alli Luth, opinions editor • September 20, 2022
On Sept. 12, the BOE hired a new SRO and discussed communication plans for the 2022-2023 school year.
News
BOE approves new SRO for elementary schools, and discusses 2022-2023 communication plan
Thao-Vi Do and Melly Sands September 14, 2022
KHS will begin hosting in-person college visits on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
News
Upcoming college visits at KHS
Lydia Drake, web editor • September 6, 2022
On Sept. 1st, KHS principal Dr. Mike Havener sent an email to students and parents reporting an incident at KHS.
News
Precautions taken after social media threat to KHS
Ian Reno, News editor • September 2, 2022
Nipher held their 100 year celebration on Sept. 3, pancakes were served.
Features
100-years of Nipher
Ian Reno, news editor • September 12, 2022
Barista Audrey Bernaboo (left) hands finished coffee to waiting customer.
Features
Cheap coffee, better lessons
Mason Heller, writer • May 24, 2022
Claire Wess, senior, dances as a pommie at a  football game.
Features
Senior profile: Claire Wess
Ava Tebo, podcast staffer • May 16, 2022
“Some of my favorite albums I have, I just picked up because I heard them playing at a record store. - Cale Owens
Features
Senior profile: Cale Owens
Kylie Madden, features writer • May 9, 2022
I have always been a dreamer, constantly lost in my imagination and books. That’s why I started writing. Once I got to an age where I could no longer sneak books into class, I had to find some way to pass the time at school, so I wrote stories.
Opinions
Senior Column: Kailey Shirrell
Kailey Shirrell, social media editor • May 16, 2022
Although it may seem unorganized, everything that’s unplanned isn’t always an obstacle.
Opinions
Senior column: Merry Schlarman
Merry Schlarman, design editor • May 16, 2022
Whether it was shooting on the court, playing a video game or watching and talking about them, sports in some shape or form are carved into my everyday life.
Opinions
Senior column: Henry Joiner
Henry Joiner, sports writer • May 9, 2022
Everyone has a different path, and should have the freedom to pursue it.
Opinions
Senior column: Emma Patt
Emma Patt, features writer • May 8, 2022
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Members of the KHS Pioneer Marching Band perform in the 2022 Greentree Parade.
Entertainment
Greentree Parade 2022: a performance review
Sophia Webb, entertainment writer • September 26, 2022
Kendrick Lamar dissects complicated themes and topics in his eighteen-song double album, Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers.
Entertainment
Review: Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers
Wyatt Byers, Owen Spiegel, and Aine Bradley May 18, 2022
Despite every negative thing you may have heard about the “influencer infested” music festival, Coachella undoubtedly serves as the pinnacle of modern fashion and music.
Entertainment
Coachella bound
Ava Tebo, podcast staffer • May 4, 2022
Olivia Rodrigo attracted fans clothed in purple and lit up The Factory’s stage in Chesterfield for the 12th show in her “Sour” tour.
Entertainment
"Sour" concert review
Maya Kim, web editor • April 22, 2022
A group of varsity girls bond at one of their final lacrosse games.
Almost over
Natalie Bednarski, writer • May 17, 2022
The final compilation of the 37 submissions to Pep Nations bracket challenge finds Gonzaga as the most commonly picked champion, with Gonzaga, Arizona, Kansas and Kentucky as the most commonly picked winners of each region.
KHS's March Madness bracket
Hayden Davidson, editor-in-chief • March 31, 2022
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