Who do I talk to about my schedule?
The school counselor.
What activities are available?
Check out our activities page to see all available activities.
What is for lunch today?
Go to Departments, Food & Nutrition, and then on the right hand side there will be a link to the current month’s breakfast and lunch schedules. Or click here to go to the Food & Nutrition page.
What exploratory do I have?
Student exploratory classes change at semester. Log into your student PowerSchool account to view your schedule and see your exploratory class.
What is Standards Referenced Reporting (SRR)?
Standards Referenced Reporting (SRR) is a research-based approach to assessing and reporting student achievement. SRR focuses on what students know and are able to do. Teachers teach, assess and provide constant feedback to students on where they are currently in their learning, where they need to go to meet each standard, and how they will reach each standard. Interventions and enrichment are provided to students based on where they are with their learning and understanding. When a student struggles to reach proficiency, MCSD staff intervene on the student’s behalf to provide interventions and additional opportunities to learn and relearn the standards. If a student demonstrates proficiency on a standard prior to teaching and learning occurring, MCSD staff provide enrichment opportunities to enhance student application of the standard.
What are Standard Improvement Days?
Standard Improvement Days (SID) are an opportunity for students to improve their scores on course standards. Only students that are not proficient in the standards and students who owe detention minutes are required to attend on the Standard Improvement Days.
On these two days, teachers and paraeducators will be working with students in small group settings to facilitate learning. Our goal is to help each and every student to be successful and to have all the learning necessary to set them up for success in the future. Despite the opportunity to reassess and improve, there is no guarantee of success just for showing up these days.
Once your student is meeting the learning expectations for all their courses or has his/her detentions served, he/she will be excused from attendance for the remainder of the day and may sign out in the office.
We will provide transportation on our normal bus schedule and normal bus routes. As school transportation will be run on the normal schedule, we will provide supervision for students who have completed all their requirements and are waiting for the end of the day to take school transportation. Also, lunch will be served during these two days.
Students who are proficient are still welcome to attend Standard Improvement Days if they would like to reassess in an effort to improve any standard scores in any of their courses.
Students will be informed by letter whether they are required to attend.
Please talk to your child and encourage them to improve their scores and make up their detentions ahead of time.
When is Spring Break 2020?
March 16-20, 2020
When is Prom 2020?
April 18, 2020
When is Homecoming 2020?
Homecoming 2020 date will be set after the District Football schedule is set.
When is Honors Night 2020?
May 19, 2020
When is the National Honor Society Induction Ceremony 2020?
May 19, 2020
When is Baccalaureate 2020?
May 20, 2020
When is Graduation 2020?
May 24, 2020
Where do you find the activities calendar on the website?
It is located on a few pages:
On the Home page – click on Calendar hot button
Under Quick Links – click on Family Quick Links then click on Activities Calendar
Under Student Links – click on Student Quick Links then click on Calendars
Where do I find Scholarship information?
Scholarship information can be found on the High School Counselors page. From the home screen, go to Schools, High School, Counseling, and then there is a scholarship link on the right! Or click here!
How do alumni request transcripts?
Contact the HS Guidance Office at 319-465-3000, ext. 1339 or email@example.com
How do I get a school Permit?
Contact Mrs. Young at the High School.
- Must be at least 14 ½ years old.
- Must have successfully completed the Driver’s Education course.
- Must have had Instruction/Learner’s Permit & clean record for at least 6 months.
- Must live at least 1 mile from the school’s front-drive to your driveway.
- Must have Affidavit for School License form signed by School and Parent/Guardian.
This school license is for high school activities only—which means you can drive from your home to the High School and from the High School back to your home.
Find out more here!
How do I register for Kirkwood Classes?
Talk to the high school office about next steps and deadlines.
How do I make an appointment with the counselor?
Call or email the counselor or your school office.
How do I open my locker and what do I do if I can’t?
Contact your school office.
How can I improve my grade?
1. Attend school regularly
2. Put in the work and effort
3. Complete all assignments
4. Talk to your teacher
How much are replacement lunch tickets?
How much are parking tags?
1st one is free, replacements or 2nd one is $2
How much are athletic punch cards?
Athletic punch cards are available for purchase at the high school and district office or online. Prices are as follows:
10 punch card $40 for adults
10 punch card $25 for students & senior citizens 65 & over
How much is admission to activities?
Athletic admission prices for this year:
Junior High Events:
$3 for adults
$1 for students & senior citizens 65 & older
High School Football Games:
$5 for ALL adults, students, & senior citizens
Other High School events:
$5 for adults
$4 for students & senior citizens 65 & older
How much are high school transcripts?