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A bright rainbow arcs over the TK Middle and High school area.
TK staff create a giant
TKHS students celebrate farming during Spring Week.
The TK Middle School band performs their first concert of the year.
Artwork is displayed from every grade level during the spring art festival.
TKMS students practice measuring liquids and solids.
Three boys listen to an older friend read them a book at the TK Library.
A group of students gets ready for the start of a new year.
An aerial night view of the TKHS Bob White football stadium shows it all lit up during a game.
Page students spend some time reading with younger McFall students during reading month activities.
Members of the TKHS jazz band rock the gym at the varsity basketball games.
The Middle School band participates in the village Memorial Day parade.
Page students perform their spring musical
Page students compete in the Battle of the Books.
Page students were able to
The TKHS Odyssey of the Mind team is one of three teams from the district advancing to the world finals!
This aerial view shows the TK Middle School, soccer fields, tennis courts and surrounding areas.
TKMS students construct a structure they hope will withstand the force of an earthquake.
Elementary students learn to float as part of their swim lessons.
TKHS students perform
Kindergarten students use iPads in the classroom.


Elementary Open Houses
Date: 8/21/2017, 3 PM 5 PM
Location: McFall, Lee, Page
First day of school
Date: 8/22/2017
Half day of school
Date: 8/25/2017
No School - Labor Day Weekend
Date: 9/1/2017

TK News

TKHS Makes US News Best High School List

This article from US News and World Report ranks the best high schools in the state of Michigan. Thornapple Kellogg High School came in at 110th and was the leading district in Barry County and among the few in the KISD that made the top list. Click to read more.

Students Make it All in Makerspace Room: A Creative Connection to Learning

Lee students work on taking apart a computer in the makerspace room.

by Linda Odette  
School News Network
The words a mother painted in big letters on the Lee Elementary makerspace room's wall told the story of the room best. "Passion. Discover. Dream. Inspire. Imagine. Explore."
That's what went on this school year in the makerspace room that got second- and third-graders STEAMed up about learning. STEAM stands for a learning approach that uses science, technology, engineering, the arts and mathematics. To accomplish that, students tore apart computers, Skyped with students in Switzerland, built video games, made videos and did 3-D printing.

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