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  • Family Newsletter 5/22/22

    Hello everyone-

    YAY!!!!! What a week! We were able to successfully bring back Spring Sing and Field Day! We also celebrate 5th grade color wars, Heart to heart Tutoring, Kindergarten Popsicles on the Playground, and Mrs. Harris' retirement. Thank you to all of the parents who attended our events and thank you to all the parents who volunteered to help out! We couldn't do it without you! Special thanks to our specials team for putting fun events together.

    Monday we have our 5th grade celebration- woooowhooo! Thank you to our 5th grade parent committee for planning a fun day to celebrate our kiddos. On Tuesday, 5th grade goes to the zoo, and on Wednesday families are invited to join the building to clap out our 5th graders at noon. They will take one last lap around the building and we will cheer them out to middle school. This is such a fun group of kids and we are so proud of them!

    Please reach out at any time to share any questions, concerns, or ideas. I am here to help and support you and your family. Thanks for all you do to help keep our students and staff safe.

    Take Care-

    Angeline

    To read the rest of the Family Newsletter, click here.

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  • Connecting with the Counselors

    May 8, 2022

    Good Evening,

    Happy Mother's Day to all the mothers, grandmothers, and care givers/guardians who fulfill the role of a mom for our kiddos! We celebrate you today and all you do that is seen (and unseen), as your child's first teacher. We want to say Happy FIRST Mother's Day to our very own Mrs. Sheilds-Capilla. She welcomed her first child just days ago!

    Can you believe we are already in the last few weeks of the school year? We can't! This is the last counselors message of the year. We have a lot of information to share tonight, so settle in and read on (smile).

    Last week Mrs. Cohen and Ms. Harris taught counseling lessons to all Robinson students on Tuesday and Wednesday. The focus of these lessons was Identity and Differences for students in Kindergarten-4th grade. See below for more information. Our 5th graders lesson was about problem solving and offered a special goodbye rock-- yes you read that right! Each 5th graders given a rock as a parting memento of being a student at Robinson. There is more information about that below as well.

    Thank you for partnering with us this year. We love being a part of your student's life at Robinson each day. Whether it is in grade level lessons, small groups, at lunch and recess, or through one- on-one sessions, we feel honored to get to be a part of their skill building and life's journey.

    If you missed April's communication, you can access it from this link:

    https://www.smore.com/34cs0

    Have a wonderful last 2-ish weeks and, as always, if you need to connect with one of us (except for Mrs. Sheilds-Capilla) you can find our contact information at the end of this message. With all of the transitions and changes at this time of the year, there may be a slight delay in getting back to you, but our goal is always to respond within 24 hours of your communication. If that has not been the case for any recent emails, please give us another reminder and reach out again! Thank you for understanding.

    To see the rest of this communication click here.
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District News

  • Nipher Students Finish Strong in State Technology Competition

    At the Technology Education Association of Missouri (TEAM) annual state contest and awards program, Nipher Middle School students finished with high marks in several categories. Gideon Weinberg, Andrew Troy, Nate Raeber, and Jason Heisner competed in the Mechanical Drafting Division with their Engineering Design Problem Projects. Nate, Jason, and Andrew won Grand Award medals for finishing at the top of their division. Gideon received a perfect score on his project. Emerey Gross won a Grand Award for being the top in her division for a billiards rack she designed and made in her Woods II Class. Carly Smith and Avery Campbell received a “1” rating for the oak bench they designed and built in their Woods II Class. The Missouri TEAM Contest was held on May 10 at the Margaritaville Resort at Lake of the Ozarks and over 350 student projects from across the state entered the contest. The project-oriented competition is for technology education students in grades 6-12 and is designed to promote and improve scholarship, craftsmanship, and technology in industrial technology education and pre-engineering. The Nipher technology education classes are taught by David Jackson.

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  • Kirkwood High School Students Sweep Writing Awards in St. Louis Holocaust Museum Art and Writing Contest

    Kirkwood High School (KHS) students in Advanced Placement Language and Composition Class and Journalism class submitted essays to the 19th Annual Holocaust Art and Writing Contest sponsored by the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum. KHS students took the top three spots: Cooper Menne (11th grade) won 1st Place for: Improving the World from Modern Hate Kate Schreiber (12th grade) won 2nd Place for: Finding Meaning Would Change Our World Grace Johnson (11th grade) won 3rd Place for: A Trail Blazed by Words, Treaded by Heroes Students received $300, $200, and $100 respectively for placing in the writing category. For the writing contest, students wrote a poem, newspaper article, story, play/dialogue, or essay. Entries were judged on content, originality, quality of expression, and accuracy. The contest theme this year is inspired by a powerful quote from Anne Frank, “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” This year marks the 80th anniversary of the Frank family going into hiding in the “Secret Annex” in Amsterdam. The Advanced Placement Language and Composition Class is taught by Katie Meyers and the KHS journalism class is taught by Mitch Eden.

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  • Kirkwood School District Board of Education Approves Hire of New Executive Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

    At the regularly scheduled Kirkwood School District Board of Education meeting on Monday, May 23, the board unanimously approved the recommendation for the hire of Dr. Jeremy Mapp as the Executive Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for the Kirkwood School District. Dr. Mapp currently serves as Director of Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity for Lindbergh Schools. He was previously assistant principal of Keysor Elementary School in KSD, where he led the social-emotional learning work for students and staff with a priority on building relationships. His additional experience as a former elementary and middle school teacher and a house parent at Joe’s Place, a home for homeless teenage boys in the Maplewood Richmond Heights School District, gives him a K-12 perspective of supporting students of diverse backgrounds.

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