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Enroll Now at Thornapple Kellogg Schools for 2017-18

If you live within the Thornapple Kellogg School boundaries and need to enroll your child at TK, you are more than welcome to enroll now at any of the buildings. The school’s summer hours will be 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, June 8 through June 22. There will also be two summer enrollment dates, from 2 to 6 p.m. July 10 and July 17. This will be for grades K - 12 and take place in the Middle School lobby.
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TK Class of 2017 Names Top 10 Students

The top 10 students in the Class of 2017 were recently announced. Congratulations to Hayley Bashore, Breana Bouchard, Derek Brandon, Rachael Gorton, Madeline Hutchins, Luke Noah,Taylor Pratt, Scott Shumway, Alyvia Thorne and Alex Wilkinson.
All members of the graduating class will attend the senior honors night at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 23 in the auditorium where many seniors will be recognized with scholarships and other honors. The top 10 students and information about their high school activities and plans for the future are listed alphabetically as follows:
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TKMS Girl Continues Her Gift of Giving

Allison Wilbur got Play-Doh, children's books, coloring books, craft supplies and children's toys for her birthday – not typical gifts for a 14-year-old girl. But the gifts weren't really for her. The gifts were collected or purchased by Wilbur to donate to the Helen DeVos Children's Hospital so children who have to spend time in the hospital have something fun to do.
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TK Junior Equestrian Teams Earn First Place Honors

Two Thornapple Kellogg junior equestrian teams earned first place honors in their divisions at the recent District 19 meet at the Barry County Fairgrounds. All riders are in fifth through eighth grades. TK had enough team members to make two teams for the district competition. Team members are Emma Fabiano, Thea Zellmer, Paige Zellmer, Sara Willshire, Madeline Coe, Emma VanderHeide, Kendra Coe, Eva Corson, Ainsley Oliver, Ashlynn Parks, Lindsey DeJong, Aubrey Reiffer, Maleah Bailey, Kendall Kamphuis, Katie Schorr, and Hanna Hollis.
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District Arts Festival is Sunday

Sunday, May 21 is your chance to see some of the best artwork created by TK students at all grade levels and hear final choir concerts for the year. The event takes place from 1 to 4 p.m. in the high school and is free and open to the public. Some student art will be for sale. There will be face painting and opportunities to create sidewalk chalk art. There will be paintings, drawings, pottery, scluptures and other forms of art all displayed. Woods, engineering and drafting students will also have some of their projects displayed after recently being in regional and state MITES competition. The TKHS concert choir will give a final performance for the year at 2 p.m. followed by the TKHS honors choir at 3 p.m.
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Thank You for Supporting TK Schools

The KISD enhancement millage was successfully passed by voters. This will mean an additional $211 per student at all schools in the KISD. TK has committed using funds to maintain current educational offerings, attract and retain quality staff, increase community enrichment opportunities, maintain cutting-edge technology resources and support and maintain district facilities. Thank you for your continued support of TK Schools.
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Help Fill Classmates Care Donation Boxes

Classmates Care needs your donations of winter items - coats, boots, snow pants, hats, gloves, mittens and scarves. Donated items will be distributed next winter to TK students in need. Since Classmates Care was started, more than 700 TK students have been served. Classmates Care is a student-founded, student-run non-profit organization. Middle School service learning classes are taking over running the program. Donation boxes will be placed at the main entrances of all TK Schools May 3 to May 31.
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