Three TKHS film students earned honors at the recent Compass College High School Film Competition. Their films were named among the top 15 films in the annual competition that attracts short films created by students from around the state.
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Thornapple Kellogg High School FFA team members had a fantastic showing at their rookie experience at the District Leadership Development Contest at the Calhoun Area Career Center this week.
Thornapple Kellogg Preschool open enrollment begins at 8 a.m. Feb. 6 for the 2023-2024 school year. Enrollment will be completed online this year at ecc.tkschools.org.
Thornapple Kellogg High School will host a FAFSA completion night to assist families with completing the forms for federal and state aid to help pay for college. Seniors and senior parents are encouraged to attend 6-7:30 p.m. Feb. 7 in the auditorium.
As a school district, we follow industry best practices to ensure we are providing educational experiences for our students that will prepare them for their future. One of those best practices is creating and regularly reviewing a strategic plan. This plan provides the district with a focused direction in supporting the educational needs of our students.
Pine needles, straw, sticks and twigs, moss, marshmallows, leaves and bark were some of the assortment of building supplies fifth-grade students used to create replicas of Native American homes. They created miniature pueblos, teepees, igloos, and huts, as part of their in-depth research about a Native American tribe.
Colson Brummel hasn’t been out of high school long, but he’s already finding a way to make a big impact in his community. A 2020 graduate of TK, Brummel was recently honored with the sixth annual Thornapple Area Parks and Recreation Commission Andy Saldivar Coach of the Year Award for the 2022 baseball/softball season.