The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

The more stress you put on yourself, the harder it’ll be,” Hupp said.

Finals advice from seniors

Anna Newland and Rachel Finan December 13, 2021

Open up a KHS student’s email and you will be hit with reminders to turn in missing work followed by a jumble of finals information. For many students, the end-of-semester-panic has started to kick in....

Jane Jensen, junior, dressed like her dad for spirt day theme, dress like a dad.

VoKs: Dress like a dad day

Anna Newland, opinions staffer November 22, 2021

As the anticipation for “Turkey Day” builds up, KHS students can participate in spirit week consisting of five differently themed days. On Thursday, Nov. 18, the theme was “dress like a dad.” Polo...

Edwin Thorpe stands outside of Dierbergs next to his bike he rode there.

The road to Kirkwood

Rachel Finan, web editor November 13, 2021

He looks like he stepped straight out of a Dick’s Sporting Goods catalog and could go for a three-pointer any second. As for the Iowa State shirt — Thorpe grew up in Iowa, and he lived there six years....

Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition works to support foster children and parents.

Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition: Fostering forever families

Anna Newland, opinions staffer November 8, 2021

Clothes, bottles, gifts, beds, blankets, school; children tend to have a lot of needs. A little extra support can go a long way no matter the situation. This is why the Foster & Adoptive Care Coalition...

Marissa Rhimes, sophomore and KHS varsity point guard, said she feels unstoppable when she has a basketball in her hands.

Dribbling past

Lila Shepard, news editor November 8, 2021

Dribbling down the court, sporting “23” on her Kirkwood jersey, Marissa Rhimes, sophomore and KHS varsity point guard, said she feels unstoppable when she has a basketball in her hands. That feeling...

This weeks Crumbl Cookies selection houses a variety of cookie flavors.

Photo gallery: Crumbl Cookies review

Josie Baker and Anna Newland October 6, 2021

Crumbl Cookies has become a popular desert shop across the nation, with new cookie flavors coming out each week. We tried this week's flavors: sherbet, milk chocolate chip, blueberry cheesecake, pumpkin...

Robinson Elementarys welcome sign read Thank you to our community for passing Prop R this week.

See 2021-22 new staff stories and photo galleries here

new staffers May 12, 2021

Each year new TKC staffers practice their new positions on staff by participating in a mock cycle. This cycle serves to give new staffers a chance with hands on learning. Below are the stories and photo...

Robinson Elementarys welcome sign read Thank you to our community for passing Prop R this week.

Prop R passes: What does it mean for KHS?

Owen Spiegel , new staffer May 9, 2021

Prop R passed with 68% of the vote on April 6, 2021. The passing of the ballot initiative sets in motion a chain of events to upgrade KSD’s schools, but what are the specifics, and what do they mean...

The St. Louis Zoo reopens after being closed during the prime of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photo gallery: The St. Louis Zoo

Josie Baker and Anna Newland April 29, 2021

The St. Louis Zoo reopened after being closed during the prime of the COVID-19 pandemic. With new COVID-19 regulations put in place, people can finally enjoy the fun and free experience of the St. Louis...

Angela Mostek, sophomore, looks to pass to an open teammate during team practice.

Photo gallery: Winter sports 2020-2021

Sophia Beckmann and Ella Davies November 20, 2020

Despite the drawbacks from COVID-19 this 2020-2021 school year, winter sports have started up and been thriving. With girls' and boys' basketball, girls' swim and wrestling going on this winter, KHS students...

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