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The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Kirkwood High School student newspaper

The Kirkwood Call

Learn more about your KHS principals for the upcoming school year.

Getting to know your principals

Ian Reno, news editor August 25, 2022

Dr. Mike Havener - KHS principal 29 years at Kirkwood Dream Lunch: A quiet place to enjoy a meal Favorite Subject: Business Hobbies: Walking What person or event has shaped you the most? “My...

Spring sports preview

Spring sports preview

Owen Backer and Kinley Bokermann March 31, 2022

With the harsh winter slowly fading into the past, it's time for some of KHS athletics’ best to emerge once again to compete at a high level. The fall and winter sports seasons have officially concluded...

The Kirkwood team carries the bell away after winning the Turkey Day game.

Photo gallery: Turkey Day Game Nov. 26, 2021

Kirkwood football played against the Webster Statesmen for the annual Turkey Day game Nov. 26, 2021. With a score of 65-0, Kirkwood took the win from Webster this year. Every year, with a few exceptions,...

Gus Seibert, junior, reflects on his experience falling down the bleachers his freshman year.

Down the bleachers

Zach Thomson and Owen Backer November 13, 2021

Gus Seibert, junior, still holds onto one of his most bizarre memories from freshman year. A memory that helps define who he is. For Seibert, this took place on the bleachers of a Friday night football...

KHS students and staff have many different opinions on E-Hall Pass.

E-Hall Pass introduced to KHS

Jane Roy, opinions writer October 21, 2021

Paper hall passes are going out of style, and technology has taken over. This year, KHS started using E-Hall Pass. The program allows students to request a pass from their teacher to leave the room...

Robinson Elementarys welcome sign read Thank you to our community for passing Prop R this week.

See 2021-22 new staff stories and photo galleries here

new staffers May 12, 2021

Each year new TKC staffers practice their new positions on staff by participating in a mock cycle. This cycle serves to give new staffers a chance with hands on learning. Below are the stories and photo...

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