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Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

TKC sat down with three different people: a high school senior, a gifted specialist and a college counselor.

In-depth: Roundtable Q&A: standardized testing

Alli Luth, features writer January 7, 2022

TKC sat down with three different people: a high school senior, a gifted specialist and a college counselor. They each shared their thoughts and experiences about standardized testing and test-optional...

Tyree Fletcher, sophomore, said his proudest accomplishment was getting his drivers licensee.

Q&A with Tyree Fletcher

Ava Duggin, web managing editor December 15, 2021

This spring, Tyree Fletcher, sophomore, said he is trying something new. Fletcher had a change of heart after his friends noticed his speed on the field. He decided to stop playing football, with hopes...

Animal lover, nature enthusiast and Black Lives Matter advocate, Alexis Mitchell is a sophomore at KHS who has big dreams to change the world.

Q&A with Alexis Mitchell

Khadija Khan, news writer December 1, 2021

Alexis Mitchell, sophomore, aspires to be a veterinarian and spends her time balancing homework along with track and field. Mitchell dreams of “making a change” and “giving back to the world,”...

Lily Mitchell, leader of the drumline, plays her snare drum in preparation for Friday night lights.

Q&A with Lily Mitchell

Kinley Bokermann, sports editor November 13, 2021

  When moving across the U.S. as a child from Texas, Maryland, and Georgia, one thing has always stayed constant for Lily Mitchell: being herself. Whether it be through music, band, school or soccer,...

Along with being a Boy Scout and future engineer, Max Wellman, junior, is a member of Equations Club.

Q&A with Max Wellman

Megan Glasgow, editor-in-chief November 2, 2021

Max Wellman, junior, has a bookshelf lined with trophies: childhood soccer and baseball trophies, Kirkwood summer swim team awards, a third place trophy in the Nipher-North Math Competition. But Wellman’s...

Eli Lindsey, sophomore, produces and mixes his own music with local STL artists

Q&A with Eli Lindsey

Emma Patt, features writer November 2, 2021

If you were to think of an example of a typical highschooler’s job, music producer would most likely not be your first choice. Eli Lindsey, sophomore, defies stereotypes as he mixes and produces music...

The KSD Board of Education unanimously announced Dr. David Ulrich as the new KSD Superintendent Feb. 21.

Q&A with Dr. David Ulrich

Lily Bartin, VoK editor March 23, 2020

TKC: How do you pronounce your name? DU: Say the word ‘full’ but take the ‘f’ off and then ‘rick.’    TKC: Where did you go to college? DU: I went to Arizona State for undergraduate...

KHSs retiring teachers, Tim Harig (left) and Ron Sanford (right)

Q&A with 2018-19 retiring teachers

Hayden Davidson, sports writer May 21, 2019
There are two teachers retiring from KHS this school year. Read here to find out what they learned and what advice they have from their combined 73 years of teaching.
Kirkwood welcomes Dr. Jeff Arnett

Kirkwood welcomes Dr. Jeff Arnett

Melanie Witt, copy editor March 6, 2018

After an extensive year-long search with interviews and application reviews, KSD’s new superintendent was announced. Dr. Jeff Arnett will be taking the place of current interim superintendent Michele...

Scheffing discusses the Lions Club of Kirkwood

David Reynolds, copy editor December 17, 2014

The Lions Club of Kirkwood was chartered Oct. 12, 1926 and has led numerous fundraisers and charity efforts to benefit the Kirkwood community. Scott Scheffing, president, has been involved with the organization...

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