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Search for a superintendent update

Search for a superintendent update

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...

KSD superintendent announces retirement

KSD superintendent announces retirement

Julia Wunning-Zimmer, web editor

January 10, 2017

Dr. Thomas Williams, superintendent of KSD, announced his retirement to district principals and his administrative staff Jan. 10. According to KSD’s Press Release, he took office in 2009 and has worked with children for more than 40 years. Sending out an email to all staff employees, Williams said ...

Photo gallery: Kirkwood community celebrates Class 6 football State Championship Victory

Photo gallery: Kirkwood community celebrates Class 6 football State Championship Victory

Malayna Vines, writer

December 8, 2016

The Kirkwood varsity football, cheer and dance teams gathered with the rest of the Kirkwood community to celebrate KHS's Class 6 football State championship victory Dec. 3, 2016. Tim Griffin, Mayor of Kirkwood, Farrell Shelton, head varsity football coach, Tom Williams, Superintendent of the KSD, Dr. Michael Hav...

Arriving late on the struggle bus

Arriving late on the struggle bus

Cece Hensley and Kennady Wade

August 29, 2016

What we know: The Riverview Gardens School District (RGSD) is responsible for the busing of KSD students who live in their district to and from school. KSD pays for the 4:15 p.m. and 5:45 p.m. activities buses. During the first week of school, there was a single bus stop for all of the studen...

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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