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The TK Middle School band performs their first concert of the year.
TKMS students construct a structure they hope will withstand the force of an earthquake.
An aerial night view of the TKHS Bob White football stadium shows it all lit up during a game.
Teachers get a warm welcome back from the TKHS band and Trojan mascot.
A Page student organizes his desk with a little help from his brother.
This aerial view shows the TK Middle School, soccer fields, tennis courts and surrounding areas.
Three boys listen to an older friend read them a book at the TK Library.
The Middle School band participates in the village Memorial Day parade.
Elementary students learn to float as part of their swim lessons.
Page students were able to
TKMS students practice measuring liquids and solids.
A group of students gets ready for the start of a new year.
A bright rainbow arcs over the TK Middle and High school area.
Middle School students get a glimpse of the solar eclipse.
Kindergarten students use iPads in the classroom.
Lee librarian shows students some of the fun books available at the school library.
TK staff create a giant
McFall students explore their school during their open house.


TKMS Fitness Palooza
Date: 9/21/2017
TK Community enrichment and Senior Center Open House
Date: 9/22/2017, 10 AM 12 PM
Location: TKHS Room 405 AB
Homecoming Parade
Date: 9/22/2017, 5 PM 7 PM
Homecoming Football Game
Date: 9/22/2017, 7 PM 11 PM

TK News

Two Teens Learn Each Other's Language, and More

Thornapple Kellogg sophomore Eryn Schell and Japanese exchange student Sawa Mekata visit RiverTown Crossings in Grandville.

Michigan-Japan Exchange Program Cultivates Cultural Understanding
by Jaye Beeler
In late June, Eryn Schell left her small community along the Thornapple River to live in Shiga Prefecture, Japan for nearly three weeks. Eryn traveled nearly 24 hours with a cohort of peers from the Michigan-Shiga High School Exchange Program -- an arm of the Japan Center for Michigan Universities (JCMU.)

Students Told to Never Forget Events of 9-11-01

An 8th grader thanks veterans after the Barry County Patriot Day ceremony honoring victims of 9-11-01.

An eerie quiet fell over a crowd gathered for the first Barry County Patriot Day Ceremony as everyone listened to the sound of airplane engines fly over Middleville – four planes from the Hastings Fly Club simulating the four planes used in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on America. “Remember one thing from this. Remember this day. Never forget,” said Charlie Pullen as he paused briefly to keep his emotions in check as he spoke to the crowd gathered at Middleville's Sesquicentennial Park Sept. 11.

Donate Now to Assist TAEF in TK KickStart Efforts

The Thornapple Area Enrichment Foundation this week is kicking off a donation week for the KickStart to Career savings program for Thornapple Kellogg students. All donations made the week of Sept. 11-15 will be matched one-to-one up to $500 for continued support of the KickStart Program for TK students.

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