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TKMS Students Set to Perform "Fractured"

Middle school students have been working hard to be ready for the upcoming performance of "Fractured" Feb. 24. The play will be presented in the high school auditorium at 7 p.m. You won't want to miss this display of super middle school talent!
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Get Help Filing FAFSA

Experts will be on hand tonight to help parents file the FAFSA for college financial aid. Parents should bring their tax information and will be able to leave having the FAFSA completed. The event starts tonight at the high school at 6:30 p.m. This is a free event - come and ask questions.
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Big Screen Dreams Come True for Two TKHS Students

The movie “Rodeo Girl” had plenty of West Michigan connections, including performances by two Thornapple Kellogg High School students, when it debuted Saturday night. Kaleigh Aldridge and Derek Brandon, TKHS juniors, walked the red carpet before the premiere showing of the Joel Reisig film, then signed autographs and posed for photos with fans after the showing.
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TK Committee Starts Fundraising Effort for New Mascot

We've got spirit - yes we do - but the TK mascot needs a redo! 
Here's what an updated, clean and new Thornapple Kellogg School mascot could look like.  Wouldn't it be great to have a new mascot who can show up at elementary, middle and high school special events and sports? The new mascot could be part of community parades, festivals and so much more.
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TKHS junior ready to release newest film

In the midst of studying for finals in chemistry and advanced math, Thornapple Kellogg High School junior Derek Brandon is looking forward to a red carpet premiere release of the film "Rodeo Girl," in which he has a leading role.
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First Grader Sends Water and Messages of Hope to Flint

McFall first grader Scarlette Liesenfelder is realizing even at 7 years old she can make a difference and help people around her. Calling it "First Graders for Flint," Scarlette asked for donations of bottled water she and her family and friends will deliver to Flint. And she's overwhelmed by the support.
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TKHS Students Earn Spots in State Honors Choir

Four Thornapple Kellogg High School students earned places on the State Honors Choir. Students selected for the honor had to go through two sets of competitive auditions. Only 300 of the top Michigan choir students are chosen to participate. The State Honors Choir will perform at 3 p.m. Jan. 23 at DeVos Hall. Being named to the state choir were seniors Jacob Emery, Heather Price, Hailey Strimpel and freshman Grace Hauschild. CONGRATULATIONS!
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