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Students enjoy making colorful leaves for fall.
TKHS students perform
Lee students play the xylophones.
Kindness week was celebrated with students getting to wear
TKMS students perform
Page students work on a papier mache totem pole project.
The TK Trojan flexes his muscles as students donated food items for food pantries.
The TK Trojan mascot waves to the crowds at the homecoming parade.
TK students are ready to cheer on the team at the homecoming game.
Page students sing carols to residents at Carveth Village.
Page students enjoy eating ice cream sundaes out of ceramic bowls they made themselves.
A student thanks her friend for serving during a Veterans Day Assembly.
McFall students get creative with some Magformers building toys.
TKMS students perform a winter band concert.
A Page student puts the finishing touches on her clay bowl.
TKMS girls gather for a scene in
McFall students enjoy an ice cream sundae.
Youngsters enjoy free hot dogs at the homecoming game.
This aerial view shows the TK Middle School, soccer fields, tennis courts and surrounding areas.
A TKHS student portrays a character in the fall play
A TKHS band student thanks the Middleville Veteran of the Year for his service.
Students enjoy some free time in the library.
McFall students collected and donated items to send to North Carolina flood victims.
Middle school band members perform at concert at the high school auditorium.
TKHS woods students get ready to deliver handmade wooden rocking toys.
TKMS students perform a final song in
TKMS students put their robots to the test in a Battle of the Bots competition.
TKHS students present
Page students learn about different careers at the annual Career Fair.
TKHS choirs perform a concert.
McFall students made special holiday ornaments thanks to some help from TKHS woods students.
Students learn about healthy eating habits as they visit a Farm to Table restuarant.
The TKHS woods students built 10 wooden rocking toys to give away in the community.
Students with special needs went on a field trip to learn more about how people hunted and traded items during the Pilgrim years.
TKHS jazz band performs a winter concert.
The Lee librarian reads a special book to students.
An aerial night view of the TKHS Bob White football stadium shows it all lit up during a game.
TK staff create a giant
Firefighters teach McFall students about fire safety.
Kindergarten teacher Jacob Bultema dresses the part of a construction worker as he reads a book to students.
Page students conduct a science project using cranberries.

Events

Page Spelling Bee
Date: 1/17/2019
TKHS NHS Blood Drive
Date: 1/18/2019
TK Board of Education Meeting
Date: 1/28/2019, 7 PM 8 PM
Half Day of School
Date: 1/30/2019

TK News

Thank You TK Board of Education!

Thornapple Kellogg Board of Education members are pictured with TK Middle School Student Council members who offered them a small token of appreciation for all the board does for the schools.

January is School Board recognition month and Thornapple Kellogg Schools is fortunate to have a truly wonderful and extremely dedicated group of board members.

Preschool Open House and Enrollment Dates Set

TK Preschool students build with blocks during a free time during the day.

Mark your calendars and please join us for our 2019-2020 TK Preschool Open House Information Night from 6 to 7:30 p.m. January 31 in the Learning Center located at 507 W. Main Street, Middleville. Don't miss this great opportunity to visit the classrooms, meet the amazing staff, and ask any questions you may have about our program. Open enrollment begins at 8 a.m. Feb. 4. Enrollment forms can be found on the tkschools.org website or in the preschool office. They will also be available at the open house. Enrollment requires a completed form and a $45 non-refundable fee (cash or check.)

NHS Students Collect Toys and Food

TKHS NHS students collect toys for children in Barry County.

The TK community has a BIG HEART and people aren't afraid to donate to help others! That's especially evident this time of year, but the giving goes on all year long. The National Honor Society held food and toy drives this year collecting 773 non-perishable food items and 72 toys! The food will go to local food pantries and the toys are donated to Toys for Barry County Kids through Bradford White's UAW. AMAZING AMOUNT of support by our kids and staff to others in this community! Thank you TK NHS!

TK Elves Deliver Again

TKHS woods students made and delivered wooden rocking Harley motorycle toys.

'Twas the weekend before Christmas 
And all through the hallways
Not a student was stirring
All were gone for the holidays.

Students Learn the Gift of Giving

Brody Biermaker, a Page Elementary student, offers a Carveth resident a handmade ornament.

Wearing a bright red Santa hat and his biggest smile, Brody Biermaker offered a handmade ornament to Carveth Village resident Dorothy Barlow. "It's for you. You can keep it," he said proudly.

TKMS Students Claim Spelling Bee Titles

Kate Baldry and Cameron Phillips, both 8th grade students, claimed the middle school spelling bee championship titles.

TKMS 8th graders Kate Baldry and Cameron Phillips won the middle school spelling bee honors and will represent the school at the regional spelling bee. Baldry won the competition on the word "Auf Wiedersehen." Other grade-level winners at the TKMS spelling bee were Colton (Cash) Rabley in first place for 7th grade with Shelby Robinett as runner-up; Cole Novak in first place for 6th grade with Kennedy Kimmel and Mason Beard as runners-up.

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