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TKHS students paint inspiring messages on rocks for Hospice patients.
An aerial night view of the TKHS Bob White football stadium shows it all lit up during a game.
TKHS students sew blankets together to make sleeping bags for the homeless.
The TK Trojan mascot waves to people from the TK Alumni float during the Christmas parade.
McFall students work on special winter crafts.
Page students work together as they learn about electricity.
TKHS students perform a dance scene in the fall play
Lee students explore simple circuits.
This aerial view shows the TK Middle School, soccer fields, tennis courts and surrounding areas.
TKHS woods students make wooden rocking toys to give to youngsters in the district.
Page students practice engineering skills during career fair.
The TKHS Trojan Marching Band looks sharp as they get ready to take the field.
Lee students perform their winter concert.
The TK Middle School band performs their first concert of the year.
A Thornapple Township firefighter demonstrates how to crawl out of a burning building to TK preschool students.
TK staff create a giant

Events

Half day of School
Date: 1/20/2017
Page Family Movie Night
Date: 1/27/2017, 6:30 PM 9 PM
Location: Page cafeteria
7th and 8th Grade Bands at Griffins Hockey Game
Date: 1/28/2017, 7 PM 10 PM
Student Count Day
Date: 2/8/2017

TK News

New TK Football Coach Meets Middle and High School Students

New TK varsity football coach and special education teacher Charlie Feller talks with high school and middle school students.

Charlie Feller, sporting a black and orange TK Trojan shirt, shook hands Friday after school with TK high school and middle school studentsĀ  - many of whom he hopes to coach in football in the coming years.
Feller was hired by the district as a special education teacher and will also serve as the varsity football head coach. He begins his job at TK Jan. 23 with conditioning workouts at 6 a.m.

Nine TKHS BPA Students Advance to State

TKHS BPA students competed at regionals with nine students advancing to the state contest in Grand Rapids in March.

Several Thornapple Kellogg High School students will compete at the state BPA (Business Professionals of America) competition after placing in the top four at the Region 1 regional competition.
Nine TKHS students will advance in 13 events at the state BPA contest in Grand RapidsĀ March 17 to 19.

January is Board of Education Appreciation Month

TK Board of Education members received special gifts from students as part of board appreciation month.

A big thank you to the TK Board of Education members for all they do for the district. January is School Board appreciation month and TK board members were treated to thanks, gifts, and surprises at their recent board meeting.

TKHS Art Students Earn Honors

TKHS art students show their award-winning works.

Six TKHS entries in the Scholastic Art Contest earned honors. TK students made 12 submissions to the competition this year with half of them earning honors. Four students received those awards for their works.

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