Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Darnel Frost and Marie Kelly were elected to the Kirkwood School Board Tuesday.
Darnel Frost and Marie Kelly will join the Kirkwood Board of Education as the candidates received a decided margin of votes Tuesday in the race for two open seats. With 100 percent of votes counted, the results for the race are: Frost and Kelly were the first to file in the race for the Kirkwood School Board. The two will replace Angie Bay and Kathy Harris whose terms expired this year. Kirkwood Patch will be in contact with both candidates for an update to this article. Related Content:
Darnel Frost and Marie Kelly win the 2013 Kirkwood School Board race.
Update, Election Result Stories: Today is the day voters go to the polls in Kirkwood and across Missouri to decide on municipal, school board and other issues at the ballot box. In Kirkwood Patch, we've been covering the issues locally, which include elections for the Kirkwood Board of Education. We'll have updates throughout the day as news develops, then look here for results and updates after the polls close. Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Need a reminder about where you vote? Look up your address on the Secretary of State's website Here's our guide to the races and ballot issues that will be decided today by voters in the Kirkwood area. Tuesday at 1:10 p.m., out and about in Kirkwood... Kirkwood Patch was out and about today …
Monday, April 1, 2013
Catch snippets of what Kirkwood School Board candidates had to say at the League of Women Voters candidate forum in March.
Kirkwood Board of Education candidates participated in a candidate forum hosted by the League of Women Voters March 4. Out of five candidates, two will be elected for the Board April 2. Candidates include: Here's a quick wrap of some of the questions candidates answered at the forum. Check in on Kirkwood Patch's Election Guide before voting Tuesday. What are your thoughts on publicly-funded preschool? Frost: "I have nothing against them being around. ...My worry and wonder is how it would affect the Kirkwood School District." Smith: "I 100 percent agree and believe that we should have some form of publicly-funded preschool. What that form takes will depend on the needs of that family and of those children." Peterson: "What does the study …
Monday, March 4, 2013
Representatives from the League of Women Voters will moderate the candidate forum Monday evening.
Wednesday, February 27, 2013
Representatives from the League of Women Voters will moderate the candidate forum.
Five candidates have filed for two open seats on the Kirkwood School Board, and all five will have a chance to face off against each other to explain their positions in a candidate forum scheduled for Monday evening. Representatives from the League of Women Voters will moderate the panel, which will be at the North Kirkwood Middle School library, 11287 Manchester Road, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Two positions on the Kirkwood School Board will be decided in the April 2 municipal election. The five candidates who have filed for the open seats are: The open seats are being vacated by Angie Bay and Kathy Harris, whose terms expire and will not seek reelection. RELATED ARTICLES:
Thursday, January 24, 2013
More than 600 Kirkwood students will receive the tablets in about a month. The school district is the first in St. Louis County to implement such an initiative.
The Kirkwood School Board unanimously approved the purchase of 625 iPad Minis for selected students in kindergarten through grade 12. The board voted in favor of the first phase of a student iPad initiative at its meeting Tuesday. Students will receive the iPad Minis in about a month, according to School Board President Scott Stream. "I'm excited about the personalization of education, the one-to-one relationships," Stream told Patch. "It is the latest technology that's going to allow us to do a lot of things." Students who receive iPads will serve as a test group for the one-to-one technology initiative that aims to place iPads in the hands of all students in the Kirkwood School District. Such an initiative is a first among school …
Wednesday, January 16, 2013
More latecomers joined the race before filing closed Tuesday.
Five candidates will face off in April for two open seats on the Kirkwood School Board. Filing for the positions began Dec. 11 and closed Tuesday. An election for the Kirkwood School Board will be held April 2. The candidates are: The open seats are being vacated by Angie Bay and Kathy Harris whose terms expire and will not seek reelection. Related Content:
Friday, January 11, 2013
A third candidate for the two open seats on the Kirkwood School Board stepped forward Thursday.
For nearly a month, it looked like Kirkwood would not hold elections for its school board due to a lack of candidates, but that changed Thursday. Antona Brent Smith, a Kirkwood School District parent who has served on the curriculum review committee in the past and owns a Kirkwood communications firm, has joined Marie Kelly and Darnel Frost in a race for two open seats on the board vacated by Angie Bay and Kathy Harris. Kelly and Frost filed Dec. 11, the first day filing opened. Filing closes Jan. 15, so more candidates could still join the race. With three candidates now competing for two open seats, Kirkwood will hold an election for its school board on April 2. Similar Stories:
Friday, December 14, 2012
Switching the entrance to the middle of the school will help administrators keep track of visitors and expand the school's nursing area.
The Kirkwood School Board unanimously approved construction projects at three Kirkwood elementary schools, the largest of which is the relocation of Tillman's front entrance and expansion of the school's nursing area. The $670,000 project will move the front entrance of Tillman to the middle of the school. This will help administrators keep better track of visitors, respond to emergencies more quickly and add needed room to the school's nursing station, Michael Romay, chief financial officer for the Kirkwood School District, told board members Monday night. Money for the project will come from remaining Prop 1 funds. The other projects elementary school projects approved by the board, which also will be funded by Prop 1, are: The three …
Thursday, December 13, 2012
Filing for April’s elections started on Tuesday at 8 a.m. Two school board seats are up for grabs.
Two residents, Marie Kelly and Darnel Frost, have filed for two open positions on the Kirkwood School Board. Candidate filing opened on December 11 and filings will be accepted through Monday, January 14, 2013 from 7:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The closing date for filing is Tuesday, January 15, 2013, from 7:15 a.m. to 5 p.m. If more than two candidates file for the board positions, an election will be held April 2, 2013. The two positions for director of the Kirkwood Board of Education are open, because two board members, Angie Bay and Kathy Harris, whose terms expire in 2013 do not plan to seek re-election. Persons interested in filing may do so in the Office of the Superintendent at the Administrative Services Center, 11289 Manchester Road. To…