With a magic trick or two up his sleeve, children’s author David Stricklen exposed TK Middle School students to the magic that can be found in reading books and writing original stories.
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Math is getting even more fun in Ms. Proehl’s first-grade classroom thanks to new math tools and games purchased with funds from a Wilson H. Craig grant through the Barry Community Foundation.
For the second time in three years, Thornapple Kellogg High School senior Dylan Welton has qualified and will compete in the Bassmaster Team National Tournament. He and his grandfather, who is also his teammate, will be heading to Florida this week for the four-day national competition.
Did you know a cranberry raft can hold a block, a cow, a dinosaur, a car and even a truck? Well, they can in Lee Elementary’s Maker Space lab!
Two Thornapple Kellogg High School seniors are helping the Kent Intermediate School District build better educational experiences by offering suggestions and insights into what students need in schools today.
Child labor, safe working conditions, abuse of big businesses and monopolies, protection of the environment, and political corruption - all just a few of the Progressive Era social issues TKHS U.S. History students researched recently.
From high school to McFall Elementary, students throughout the district honored veterans Friday with songs, pictures and cards of thanks. McFall students sang patriotic songs while Lee third graders visited Carveth Village to thank veterans with salutes of honor and cards of thanks.