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TKHS teachers brush up on some basketball plays before their game.
Middle School students perform
TKHS robotics team gets ready for competition.
TK staff create a giant
TKHS presents
Two young boys wait in line for the bounce house.
A group of TKHS seniors spell out
TKHS students celebrate making it cool to be kind.
Cinderella, her step-mother and step-sisters sing a song during the high school performances.
Elementary students learn to float as part of their swim lessons.
An aerial night view of the TKHS Bob White football stadium shows it all lit up during a game.
Cinderella rushes away as the clock strikes midnight.
Five distinguished TK alumni receive honors before the homecoming game.
Young TK fans wait for the parade to start.
TK Trojan mascot leads cheers at the student section.
This aerial view shows the TK Middle School, soccer fields, tennis courts and surrounding areas.
Eight TK Odyssey of the Mind teams will compete at the state finals hosted by TK!
Robotics teams prepare for competition.


Lee Camp Read-A-Lot
Date: 3/22/2018, 6 PM 7:30 PM
Date: 3/22/2018, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: TKHS Auditorium
Date: 3/23/2018, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: TKHS Auditorium
No School - Spring Break
Date: 3/30/2018

TK News

MS Students to Perform "Little House on the Prairie"

TKMS cast members will present

Middle school students will turn back time with the Ingalls and Olsen families in their production of "Little House on the Prairie: The Spelling Bee." There are 37 students involved in the play directed by Vickie St. John. Performances are scheduled at 7 p.m. March 22 and 23 in the high school auditorium.

Three TK OM Teams Advance to World Finals

Teams earning first, second or third placings at the state received medals and trophies. Only first and second place teams advance to the world finals.

Three Thornapple Kellogg Odyssey of the Mind teams have advanced to the World competition after finishing first or second at the state last weekend. Two teams will represent the high school and one team will represent the middle school. TK also sent three teams to the World Finals last year, including some of the same students who will be advancing this year.

Next Generation Science Standards Encourage Learning by "Doing" Science

Page students are engaged in learning science.

Ellie Baranek rubbed her hands quickly together until she felt the heat building up in her palms. The fourth-grader quickly realized her action created friction that in turn created heat. "It's motion energy to heat energy," she deduced.
Her classmates rotated around the room to six different stations where they tried to answer the question "How do we know energy is present and moving in a system?" They also gained an understanding of how energy is transferable.

Kindergarten/Young 5's Enrollment Meeting March 20

Enrollment 2018-19 Begins March 21
Enrollment for the 2018-19 kindergarten and young 5's classes starts March 21.
There will be an informational meeting at 6:30 p.m. March 20 in the McFall Elementary Cafeteria. This meeting is not mandatory. It is intended for parents or guardians only.

Elementary Reading Program Review

The Thornapple Kellogg School District will be asking the Board of Education to adopt a new comprehensive reading program, Reading Street, for grades K-5 to be implemented next year. The program also contains Preschool resources. Reading Street will be brought to the Thornapple Kellogg Board of Education to ask for adoption at the April 16, 2018, Board meeting. Materials and the proposal will be available for review at the administration office, 10051 Green Lake Rd., weekdays, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm, March 19 - March 29 and April 9 - April 13.

TK Welcomes OM State Final Teams

TK welcomes teams to the state OM finals.

Some of the most creative, imaginative and thinking outside-the-box student teams will be at Thornapple Kellogg Schools March 17 competing in the state in finals of the Odyssey of the Mind competition.
This is the fourth year TK has hosted the state finals which will bring 115 teams from all over the state to Middleville. And no school will be better represented than Thornapple Kellogg with eight OM teams competing - two from Page Elementary; four from the middle school; and two from the high school.

TK Middle School Writers Advance to State Contest

Three middle school students have their essays advance to the state competition.

Three Thornapple Kellogg Middle School eighth-grade students were named winners in the Elks district writing contest after being named the local winners for Hastings Elk Lodge 1965. This year’s theme for their essays was “Why our veterans are American heroes.” Jacqueline Aguiar, Rozalynn Reaser and Aubrey Bischoff will now advance to the state competition. Winning entries from the state move on to a national contest.

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