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The BOE discussed track and field, turf rental and SRSN at their meeting on April 1.

BOE discusses track and field, turf field rental and Success-Ready Students Network

Sophia Webb, features + in-depth editor April 2, 2024

The KSD Board of Education (BOE) met in the former orchestra room at North Kirkwood Middle School to discuss track and field, turf field rental and Success-Ready Students Network April 1. During the...

Ellard (Cora Donaldson, sophomore) teaching Charlie (Tristan Pysar, junior) new words.

The foreigner

Grayci Branam, news writer December 12, 2023

KHS’s dark comedy play, The Foreigner, premiered Nov. 30, with sold-out crowds on Nov. 31 and Dec. 1. The play is about a shy science fiction editor, Charlie, who is brought to a cabin in Atlanta, Georgia,...

Here are the most recent updates of the construction that is taking place. 

KHS construction updates

Sanchan Khanuja, opinions writer December 5, 2023

Since the start of the 2023 school year, KHS has been undergoing a number of construction projects, some of which are interfering with students’ daily lives. Previously, there has not been a clear or...

A silhouetted skyline is burning as a plane drops bombs from the sky.

U.S. involvement in Israel vs Hamas

Grayci Branam, news writer December 5, 2023

After Israel declared war on Hamas, President Joe Biden made a clear stance on where the U.S. stands. Hamas is an Islamic militant movement and one of the Palestinian territories’ two major political...

SWIX is an opportunity for freshmen and sophomores to get involved in the KHS drama department

The SWIX players

Kiley Huang, web design editor November 30, 2023

Actors wait in the green room in near-complete darkness as people begin to shuffle in and take their seats in the Black Box Theatre. The four separate casts wait for the first play to go on, hiding behind...

Signs of protest at the Writers Guild of America strike.

In the writer’s room

Kiley Huang, features writer November 10, 2023

The sweltering summer heat was no friend to the group gathered outside Warner Bros. Studios. The trees provided little shade as hundreds of people marched across the concrete while news outlets watched...

A student stands in a crowded hallway with sick students and germs all around.

Covid making a comeback

Grayci Branam, News writer October 6, 2023

COVID-19 cases are on the rise yet again, with a daily average of 201 COVID-related hospital admissions in Missouri since Sept. 23, according to the New York Times. Patients with COVID-19 are now taking...

Tax hearing, Sept. 18

Tax hearing, Sept. 18

Ava McGovern and Emery Bowman September 27, 2023

The Kirkwood School District Board of Education met at Robinson Elementary to discuss taxes, priority goals concerning community engagement, and waivers included with the boundary adjustments on Monday,...

BOE discusses community engagement, taxes, and boundary adjustment waivers

Ava McGovern and Emery Bowman September 7, 2023

The Kirkwood School District Board of Education met at Robinson Elementary to discuss taxes, priority goals concerning community engagement, and waivers included with the boundary adjustments on Monday,...

The crowded Social Studies hall at the end of the day.

Traffic troubles

Millie Reithel, features writer August 28, 2023

Picture this; you’ve got to go from the Math building all the way to the English building, and with all the construction you take the unnecessarily long route through the Social Studies hallway. To make...

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