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TK staff create a giant
TKHS students wear their shark head pieces to go with their float in the homecoming parade.
TKMS students display their research papers done on victims from the 9-11-01 terrorist attacks.
The Middle School band participates in the village Memorial Day parade.
Lee librarian shows students some of the fun books available at the school library.
TKMS students practice measuring liquids and solids.
Soccer players show their team spirit before the home coming game.
Young TK fans wait for the parade to start.
Students proudly sport their TK colors at the homecoming game.
A group of TKHS seniors spell out
TK Trojan mascot leads cheers at the student section.
Two young boys wait in line for the bounce house.
An aerial night view of the TKHS Bob White football stadium shows it all lit up during a game.
Elementary students learn to float as part of their swim lessons.
TKMS student prepare for upcoming performances of
Lee students create communities in the MakerSpace room.
This aerial view shows the TK Middle School, soccer fields, tennis courts and surrounding areas.
The TK Middle School band performs their first concert of the year.
Middle School students get a glimpse of the solar eclipse.
Five distinguished TK alumni receive honors before the homecoming game.
Future TK football players show their muscles in their Trojan football shirts.


No School - Thanksgiving
Date: 11/22/2017
No School - Thanksgiving
Date: 11/23/2017
No School - Thanksgiving
Date: 11/24/2017
TKMS 6th Grade Band Concert
Date: 12/6/2017, 7 PM 8 PM
Location: TKHS Auditorium

TK News

TKHS Inducts 65 Members into National Honor Society

TKHS inducted 65 new members in the National Honor Society this year.

Thornapple Kellogg High School inducted 65 new members into the Elizabeth Thurber Chapter of the National Honor Society this week bringing the chapter to 113 members total. The new inductees included five TK seniors and 60 juniors.

Annual Veterans Day Program Honors All Who Have Served

Veterans stand at attention as the flags are presented.

The seventh annual Thornapple Kellogg High School Veterans Day program brought together the community and students to honor and show respect to all veterans. This year about 64 veterans attended the program. Community members and TKHS students filled the gymnasium.

Students Collect Stuffed Animals to Bring Comfort to Children

TKMS students collect and donate stuffed animals to help comfort children.

Big bears, little dogs, rainbow rabbits, and pink lions - all collected by Thornapple Kellogg Middle School students to bring smiles to faces of children. The Teen Leadership classes at the middle school take on different community service projects throughout the year. This quarter, students decided to give to a local charity started by another young person.

Students Create Glowing Projects Using Circuits

Lee students complete a close circuit project to make glowing Halloween projects.

Lee third graders Noah Green and Logan Curtiss rushed back to Lee Elementary’s librarian Cindy Brooks excitedly showing her their completed closed circuit projects. Eyes on their Halloween papers glowed eerily when they completed the circuit built on the back of the paper.

Community Invited to Veterans Day Event

Veterans are honored at the community Veterans Day event at TKHS.

Thornapple Kellogg High School will again host the community Veterans Day program at 10 a.m. Nov. 10 in the high school gymnasium. All veterans from the area are invited to attend, as well as community members. Veterans who want to attend should contact Mindy Wert at the high school at 269-795-5441 or Veterans are welcome to wear their uniforms, and if possible, submit a photo (digital preferred) to Mindy Wert’s email or mail a photo by November 8. (If you have submitted a photo in past years, we will have it on file - just let us know.) The program will be followed by a luncheon for veterans provided by TK Schools. Community members and veterans should park in the Athletic Lobby entrance of the High School. Veterans should arrive between 9:15 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. to be seated for the program.

Manufacturing Week Showcases Barry County Career Options

Dave Scharphorn of ChemQuest shows students blueprints used at his company.

Donning protective eyeglasses and earplugs Thornapple Kellogg High School students toured Barry County manufacturing companies gaining a better insight into potential future career options. The tours were part of Barry County's Manufacturing Week now in its third year.

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