The Kirkwood Call

Cutting out safety

Cutting out safety

Izzy Colón, news-features writer

September 8, 2016

Coming back to her car after a long day at school, Melanie Seibel, senior, finds another dent on her car. Seibel’s car has been hit several times while driving in the Dougherty Ferry parking lot due to lack of traffic direction. Seibel sees this as an effect of two security guards, who used to be in charge of directing traffic, no longer w...

If it ain’t about the money

Katie Woodruff, news editor

February 10, 2016

Three administrators eliminated as well as 25 teachers and 23 support staff members. Over $5 million in combined budget reductions. The Kirkwood School District Board of Education proposed Proposition A, a resolution asking voters to approve a 78-cent tax increase per $100 of assessed value Nov. 3, 2015....

Call Ed: Less money, more problems

Call Ed: Less money, more problems

TKC Staff

February 5, 2016

When something with the slogan “Keep Kirkwood Great” is voted down by the community, does it make that community decidedly less great? Well, no, but it increases class sizes, leaves KHS with a $4 million deficit ($1 million to still cut) and leaves 25 teachers, 23 support staff members a...

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