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Online school to begin Thursday, March 26

Dr. Michele Condon shared more information about online school and more in an email to TKC.

Lydia Cohen, Kate Schreiber, and Olivia Silvey

March 16, 2020

In an email to TKC, Dr. Michele Condon, KSD superintendent, outlined further steps the district will take to ensure stability and health in the coming weeks. There will be two “snow days” on March 24 and 25 to give teachers time to prepare their classes. Online school is scheduled to begin Thursday,...

KSD announces action plan for coronavirus

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Sophie Chappell, web editor

March 12, 2020

Dr. Michelle Condon, KSD superintendent, sent an email showcasing the school district’s plan in response to COVID-19 at 6 p.m. As of now, KSD will resume school Tuesday, March 24. KSD advises families to contact the school office if plans have been made to travel outside the U.S., since it is consider...

Search for a superintendent update

Since announcing her retirement Nov. 8, the KSD school board has spent the past two months searching for eligible candidates to fill the position of Dr. Michele Condon, KSD superintendent.

Megan Cleveland, features writer

January 5, 2018

After a year of evaluating resumés, the KSD school board expects to announce the new superintendent in January 2018. During the search for the new permanent superintendent, Dr. Michele Condon is serving as the interim, or temporary, superintendent and will step down June 30, 2018. “I wanted to...

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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