Kirkwood Police said they found Ken B. Moore's fingerprints inside a home in which several computers, tablets, an e-reader and an iPod were stolen.
A 17-year-old man faces charges that he broke into a Kirkwood home and stole several electronic items. Ken B. Moore, 17, of the 1200 block of Rockridge Place in Kirkwood, was charged Wednesday with second-degree burglary and felony stealing. Kirkwood Police said Moore entered a home in the 100 block of Harrison Avenue Oct. 18 and stole several computers, computer tablets, an e-reader and an iPod. According to a court document, Moore’s fingerprints were found inside the home. Moore was being held in the St. Louis County Justice Center Thursday. Bail was set at $10,000. For more crime information on Kirkwood Patch, see the following articles:
Teachers at Christ Community Lutheran School in Kirkwood report that individual student iPads are working wonders in the classroom.
From engaged note taking to digitally sharing art projects to learning algebra through videos, iPads are making a big impact in Christ Community Lutheran School (CCLS) classrooms. Earlier this year, every eighth grade student at CCLS received an iPad, and the school plans to provide seventh grade students with individual iPads next semester. (See: Kirkwood Middle School Begins 1:1 iPad Initiative) Teachers report that the tablets are helping students become independent learners, savvy researchers and more engaged in learning. Watch this video to learn how apps are being used in the classroom, and why instructors are excited about the new technology. See the accompanying PDF for a complete list of apps used at CCLS. Question to Readers: …