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The Kirkwood Call

Joe Snyder and Levi Rowan both are running Division 1 at the University of Tulsa next year.

Senior profile: Joe Snyder/Levi Rowan

Nicholas Copeland, sports editor May 1, 2024

College: University of Tulsa  Major: Joe Snyder - Mechanical Engineering Major: Levi Rowan - Exercise Science/Pre-physical Therapy As they  race through the finish line, completing their events...

These five KHS teachers may not have been who you expected when they were in high school.

Yesterday’s students, today’s teachers

Nicholas Copeland, sports editor March 14, 2024

As she “breaks” into WGHS the day before her basketball tryouts with her friend, all she can think about is practicing her jumpshot for tomorrow. It’s not her fault; there was an open door to the...

Ann and Matt Salamon have been foster parents for the past ten years.

Fostering love

Tess Hubbard, managing editor January 29, 2024

Ann Salamon always imagined having a big family. She and her husband Matt were well on their way to reaching that goal when their fourth child, Lucy, was born. However, after they were told that Lucy has...

Even though I was born in Webster, I have always considered Kirkwood my home.

Mitchell Fales

Mitchell Fales, photographer May 10, 2023

University of Missouri Journalism Even though I was born in Webster, I have always considered Kirkwood my home. I have lived in Kirkwood most of my life and attended Kirkwood schools from elementary...

Jones began acting when he was seven-years-old and has been pursuing it ever since. 

Spencer Jones

Anna Dalziel, features writer May 10, 2023

Post school plans: Broadway The sun is shining and a warm wind is blowing as Spencer Jones, senior, sits on the steps of his front porch. Promising he’ll be right back, he steps inside his house for...

The friendship I’m most proud of is the one I share with my best friend Charlie Blasingame.

Elizabeth Riti

Elizabeth Riti, photographer May 10, 2023

Modeling in NYC NEXT management As I look back on my time at KHS, I have more than a few fond memories to cherish. I play cello in KHS’s symphonic orchestra, am a member of The Kirkwood Call and...

It fills me with joy that I have a future where I get to be with my best friend again.

Maddie Hickman

Maddie Hickman, social media editor May 10, 2023

University of Central Arkansas Undecided Dear Softball, You’ve been good to me the past eight years. We’ve been through hell and back together. There were times where we connected really...

Thank you Kirkwood schools for teaching me how to be me.

Wyatt Byers

Wyatt Byers, entertainment writer May 10, 2023

Washington University in St. Louis Journalism I’ve been a KSD student for all 13 years of my education. While I’ve appreciated the clubs, traditions and communities it has to offer, the greatest...

Anna Larkin has worked at Pottery Hollow for four months, spending her Friday nights and weekends helping with birthday parties and cleaning paint brushes. 

Working it out

Alli Luth, opinions editor April 21, 2023

Clanging dishes, sizzling plates and a chorus of conversations. Swarms of people filter through the kitchen and dining areas of Three Kings Public House. For some, the organized chaos of a restaurant can...

Ludbrook said nurses take an oath for patient-nurse confidentiality and that students should never feel embarrassed or afraid to come to the nurses for help.

Mothers of 2000 kids: From hospital to high school

Lila Shepard, managing editor April 10, 2023

Tucked between the Main Office and the business hallway, marked by an ordinary, slate-black sign, is the nurse’s office. When you first enter, there are a plethora of quick fixes from Band-Aids to cotton...

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