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Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

This summer french students went to France for their exchange program.

Living La Vie

Ian Reno, managing editor September 19, 2023

Sleepy and groggy, Ethan Tilly, senior, steps off the train after three flights and a train ride from Paris. He looks out to see a city nestled between two rivers with yellow and beige houses packed one...

Anna Larkin has worked at Pottery Hollow for four months, spending her Friday nights and weekends helping with birthday parties and cleaning paint brushes. 

Working it out

Alli Luth, opinions editor April 21, 2023

Clanging dishes, sizzling plates and a chorus of conversations. Swarms of people filter through the kitchen and dining areas of Three Kings Public House. For some, the organized chaos of a restaurant can...

According to, 600,000 middle school students and 3 million high school students in America smoke a form of e-cigarettes.

The crown juul

Mia Intagliata, opinions writer April 20, 2023

Disclaimer: The names Jane and Anna will be used to protect these students. For Jane, senior, every minute she can go without her vape is an accomplishment. She has been addicted to vaping since the...

Vas Djuranovic, junior, cradles his two kids during band class.

Baby blues: the teenage parents of KHS

Wyatt Byers, entertainment writer April 18, 2023

A new phenomenon has swept through KHS: teen pregnancy. On Feb. 22 and 23, 2023, over 100 students suddenly delivered children. Strangely, they were all in AP Psychology. These are their stories.  Vas...

A walking counselor’s primary duty is to maintain campus security and mediate situations between students.

Walk it like I talk it

Morrigan Carey, features writer April 13, 2023

Students are constantly being watched by the staff at school: in the halls, at lunch and even in the parking lot. If a car doesn’t have a parking pass, it gets a ticket. If a student is skipping, they...

Jane Dubburke views AP classes as a place to grow and learn.

Choosing the right schedule

Madeleine Krewet, opinions writer April 12, 2023

Johnson and Gray said they grew closer when they both started working at Raising Cane’s together. 

Raising a friendship

Maddie Hickman, social media editor April 11, 2023

In a school of 1772 students, two girls met through mutual friends during lunch and ended up becoming closer than ever. Asia Gray, junior, and Jakirah Johnson, sophomore, have had an ongoing friendship...

Ludbrook said nurses take an oath for patient-nurse confidentiality and that students should never feel embarrassed or afraid to come to the nurses for help.

Mothers of 2000 kids: From hospital to high school

Lila Shepard, managing editor April 10, 2023

Tucked between the Main Office and the business hallway, marked by an ordinary, slate-black sign, is the nurse’s office. When you first enter, there are a plethora of quick fixes from Band-Aids to cotton...

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