Thornapple Kellogg School District

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


TKHS Concert Choir performance
Date: 3/26/2019, 7 PM 8 PM
TKHS Honors Choir Concert
Date: 3/26/2019, 8 PM 9 PM
No School - Spring Break
Date: 3/29/2019
No School - Spring Break
Date: 4/1/2019

TK News

Skyping Puts Students at South Carolina Aquarium

Mr. Fischer's class skypes with an expert at the South Carolina Aquarium.

River otters swam around and around, gracefully gliding through the water and bobbing their heads up every few minutes to see what was going on. It was a one-of-a-kind view for Lee Elementary students as they watched the otters from the rocks high above the water enclosure at the South Carolina Aquarium. No - it wasn't a lavish field trip. Using Skype technology in Lee Elementary's Makerspace room, Mr. Fischer's second-grade class interacted with Susan Snide, a distance learning interpreter for the aquarium.

Lee Elementary Makerspace Inspires Visitors

East Grand Rapids administrators watch a demonstration of how Lee Elementary teachers use Legos in the Makerspace room to teach math lessons.

Blue, green, yellow, orange and white Lego pieces were stacked in varying heights representing different fractions. At a nearby table, Little Bits were used to turn wheels and make lights go on and off demonstrating simple circuits. And later, students used their ingenuity and creativity as they tried to build the tallest tower possible using 100 Keva Planks.
Lee Elementary School's Makerspace room was in the spotlight and guests from East Grand Rapids Schools were impressed.

Three TK OM Teams Advance to World Finals

TKHS OM team earns first place at the state finals and also brought home the Ranatra Fusca Award.

Thornapple Kellogg Schools will again be well represented at the Odyssey of the Mind world finals in Lansing this year by three teams - one team from Page, one from the middle school and one from the high school.

TK Welcomes the State OM Finalists Saturday

TK Odyssey of the Mind teams will welcome state finalists to Middleville Saturday.

Thornapple Kellogg Schools will host the State Odyssey of the Mind finals Saturday. Teams from around the state will be coming to Middleville for the all-day competition. TK Schools has 10 teams competing in this year's state finals - the largest number of teams ever for the district. The high school has three teams advancing, the middle school is represented by four teams and Page Elementary has three teams in the state finals.

Show All News »