Changes to Robinson include new classroom space, library media center and gymnasium. A student art show will be held in the school's new gym space.
Sunday, March 3, 2013
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 …
Monday, December 10, 2012
A $670,000 project would renovate the school's front entrance and move the nurses' clinic, main office and guidance office.
The Kirkwood School Board will vote on three projects for Kirkwood School District elementary schools that would total $850,000 and use up remaining reserve money generated the passage of Prop 1. The District will present the following projects for the summer of 2013 to the Board at its regular meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in the District's administrative offices. If approved, the District would seek bids for the projects and bring back bids to the Board for final approval.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Construction projects like a new gymnasium, cafeteria and additional classrooms allow North Glendale kindergarten students to attend their home school for the first time in over 15 years.
Tuesday, December 13, 2011
District superintendent says both full-time and half-time programs will be offered and staffed according to enrollment.
On Tuesday night, the Kirkwood Board of Education voted unanimously in favor of offering full-time, tuition-free kindergarten in spite of concerns voiced by some residents at the meeting. Dr. Tom Williams, superintendent of schools, said starting in the 2012-2013 academic year both full-day, tuition-free kindergarten and half-day, paid kindergarten will be offered for parents. “This is going to have major impact in the school district,” said Williams before the board moved to approve the matter. “I think it is going to be a very positive impact. It’s something that I think we’ve waited for for many years.” Before the vote, however, some parents and residents addressed the board with questions and concerns about the program. “Kids these …