“Dad,” “Sister,” and “Pets” were among the treasures kindergarten students said they are thankful for this year. They wrote or drew pictures of things they are thankful for, then tucked the slip of paper with the precious words safely into their handmade Thankfulness Pouches. The small, cloth pouches were cinched tightly with a pull string to keep their treasures safe.
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Laura Oprea and her middle school musical cast knew on the first day of practice COVID-19 could at any time force them to abandon their production and cancel their performances. It very nearly happened just two days before the three-night performances of “Schoolhouse Rock Jr.” were scheduled to run.
Sue Mugridge lights up with an obvious smile not even her face mask can hide when she talks about her kids – and she has a lot of kids! More affectionately known as Mrs. Muggs to her passengers, Sue considers all the students who have ridden her school bus the last 27 years as part of her family.
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The 10th annual Thornapple Kellogg High School and community Veterans Day message had to be delivered in a different way this year, but the message was still the same – thank you to all veterans. Because of COVID-19, the gymnasium couldn’t be filled with students, community members and veterans Instead, the dedication and recognition had to be done via video production. Still, the heartfelt thanks and appreciation for those who served came through loud and clear as high school students all watched from their classrooms Wednesday morning.