The Kirkwood Call

At your service: Ways to give back at KHS

Students create posters for the upcoming feminine hygiene product drive during a Coalition Club meeting Nov. 14.

Olivia Silvey, opinions writer

December 2, 2019

Once the school day ends at 2:40 p.m., it’s expected that the parking lots will clear and the classrooms will empty. However, this is far from reality; KHS offers many clubs and organizations to get involved with. While it’s always fun to play video games or eat pancakes with your friends, contribu...

KHS service projects: November

Tampons, diapers, and bottle caps are all items being collected this month.

Emma Lingo, editor-in-chief

November 19, 2019

There’s almost always something going on at KHS with service, whether it be a Kirkwood Service Group activity, National Honors Society event or club fundraiser. This is the November guide to KHS’ service projects and list of places where you can donate.   Diaper Drive Dates: Nov. 1-22 Drop-off...

Operation: Lunchtime Clean Up

design by Emma Lingo

Emma Lingo and Maddie Hawes

December 7, 2018

Lunchtime Clean Up aims to have participants spending the last 5 minutes of lunch picking up any trash left behind by students. Whether it’s a full tray of food or an empty bag of chips, TKC pledges to help KHS custodians clean up to show we understand our role in keeping the school clean. TKC...

Photo gallery: SAAW speaker

Bob Becker, chemistry teacher, listens to Dana Veasman talk about sexual assault.

Kara Rieger, photographer

February 28, 2018

The Coalition Club hosted guest speaker Dana Veasman and Carolyn Compton for Sexual Assault Awareness Week Friday, Feb. 23. Veasman works as a crisis intervention specialist for Alternatives to Living in Violent Environments (ALIVE). When victims call in, Veasman tries to get them into a safe place throu...

KHS Coalition’s Panama Dress Drive

photo courtesy of Allison Hudgins

Adler Bowman, features editor

January 12, 2018

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KHS feminine hygiene product drive

art by Celia Bergman

Emma Lingo, News-features writer

October 18, 2017

According to Time, women who receive low incomes or are homeless often don’t have the money to afford access to proper feminine hygiene products such as tampons, pads or sanitizing wipes. This can lead to a vast range health issues from vaginal infections to cervical cancer. To help the women of St. ...

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