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Thank you to the community for once again being so supportive of TK Schools and approving our bond. We are excited about the projects and are ready to start working on construction details and plans, requesting bids and beginning work. Continue to stay informed through this Bond Information site, Facebook and Twitter.
WOOD TV 8 weather intern Blake Harms visited TK 7th grade career exploration students last week offering an inside look at his job and advice for students as they start thinking about careers. “The best advice I can give you is to learn something new every day,” said Harms. “I don’t know it all, but I can certainly learn something every day – even if it’s just a little thing. You never truly know it all.”
Britain Moore ran her fingers through her now much shorter hair and shook her head from side-to-side letting her new locks swing against her shoulders. The Thornapple Kellogg High School freshman was one of nine students who cut and donated at least eight inches of their hair to help make wigs for children without hair – all thanks to a classroom assignment and the efforts of TKHS junior Ebbie Appel.