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Photo Gallery: boys’ varsity swim meet Oct. 29

Wyatt Harris, sophomore, swims backstroke during a varsity swimming race.

Annie George, photographer

November 7, 2019

The boys' varsity swim team raced Parkway South High School for Senior Night Oct.29. Each senior walked across the bulkhead and was greeted by their parents to honor their last season swimming for the KHS swim team. KHS won with a score of 115-71. "The meet felt like a combination of four years of...

Photo gallery: boys’ varsity golf match 4/1/19

Connor Wood, junior, follows through on his approach shot.

Morgan Gindler, photographer

April 5, 2019

The varsity boys golf team competed in a tri-match against Lindbergh and Parkway South at Tapawingo on April 1, 2019. The Lindbergh match ended with Lindberg winning 253 to Kirkwood's 264. The Parkway South match ended with Kirkwood having 264 and Lindbergh scoring 255. "We had some guys shoot worse...

Photo gallery: band concert 2/28/19

Phebe Hammond, sophomore, plays her clarinet at the band concert.

Mia Alexander and Morgan Gindler

March 8, 2019

KHS band performed a concert Feb. 28. The end-of-winter performance showcased the concert, symphonic and wind ensemble bands. Each section performed 2-3 pieces of music. "[This] was one of our better performances, but of course we could have done better," Phebe Hammond, sophomore, said. "Marching...

LGBT+ Podcast | The Chick-fil-A controversy feat. Spencer Kates

LGBT+ Podcast | The Chick-fil-A controversy feat. Spencer Kates

Logan Crews, editor-in-chief

February 13, 2019

In this episode of The Kirkwood Call's LGBT+ podcast, Logan Crews sits down with Spencer Kates, junior, to discuss political stereotypes and LGBT people as well as the recent controversy over Chick-fil-A. ...

Photo gallery: Robotics Club meeting

Spencer Kates, freshman, and Cody Beyer, senior, search for a place to put the motor.

Mary Ralston, photographer

March 12, 2017

The Robotics Club had its last meeting before the state meet March 1. The STEM Punks made it to state, where their alliance was eliminated. “[My favorite part about Robotics is] the enjoyment and teamwork and getting to talk to people,” Spencer Kates, freshman, said. “[During our meetings we usually...

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