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TKMS students thank a veteran at the 9-11 ceremony.
Page students show they are TK strong!
TASC soccer players ride in the homecoming parade.
TASC soccer team members ride on a float.
Youngsters enjoy free hot dogs at the homecoming game.
An aerial night view of the TKHS Bob White football stadium shows it all lit up during a game.
The TK student section cheers on the football team!
Students wait for the start of the homecoming parade.
TKMS students show their research projects about 9-11 victims.
These three are waiting for the homecoming parade to start.
This aerial view shows the TK Middle School, soccer fields, tennis courts and surrounding areas.
The Cove boys spoke at the Barry County United Way kickoff.
Lee students check out books at the library.
TKHS students participate in the Day of Caring.
TKMS students shake hands with Sheriff Dar Leaf at the 9-11 ceremony.
TK students are ready to cheer on the team at the homecoming game.
A kindergarten student enjoys his gift of a new book on his first day.
TKHS students participate in the United Way Day of Caring and post for a photo with the superintendent, assistant superintendent and village manager.
TK Trojan football team takes the field at a home game.
A couple of young TK Trojan fans ride on a float in the parade.
TK staff create a giant
Page prinicpal Mike Gelmi and School Resource Officer Jeff Nieuwenhuis hand out popsicles on the playground.
Two TK alumni were honored at the homecoming game.
The TK Trojan mascot waves to the crowds at the homecoming parade.
TK Trojan Marching Band is 185 members strong this year.

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TK Students Show They Care

TKHS Student Council members volunteer during the United Way Day of Caring.

Just two days after students were reminded at the 9-11 ceremony about the value of service to others, a group of high school students took part in the United Way Day of Caring. Scattered throughout the village of Middleville, TKHS Student Council members pulled weeds and cleared landscaping beds in the village. They transplanted bushes, swept away dirt and debris and put a polished look on the downtown area.

Students Vow to Never Forget 9-11

TKMS students shake hands with a veteran at the 9-11 Patriot Day ceremony.

The Thornapple Kellogg middle and high school students gathered at the Middleville 9-11 Patriot Day ceremony were called "heroes," but challenged with two important tasks - to never forget the 9-11 events and to honor the victims by doing selfless acts of service to others.

TK Crowns Homecoming King and Queen

TK homecoming king and queen are crowned.

Friday night's homecoming festivities included the introduction of the homecoming court and crowning of the king and queen. When senior Derrick Kim was announced as the homecoming king, he looked shocked and didn't exactly know what to do. A minute later, Madison Hess, leaped into his arms when she was named the homecoming queen. Other senior members of the court were Nathan Kinne and Shylin Robirds, and Dylan Podbevsek and Delaney Zoet. The junior representatives were Haley Bovee and Aiden Hannapel. Sophomore representatives were Brennan Lutz and Kylie Smith and the freshmen representatives were Jeffrey Walker and Chloe Powers. Congratulations to everyone for representing their classes and TKHS.

Alumni Association Honored as Homecoming Grand Marshals

Officers and trustees of the TK Alumni Association are honored at the Homecoming football game and served as grand marshals in the parade.

A parade, tailgating, face painting, free hot dogs, the crowning of the homecoming king and queen and honors bestowed on TK alumni were all part of the festivities of this year's TK homecoming event. The Thornapple Kellogg Alumni Association was named as the grand marshals for this year's homecoming parade.

Distinguished TK Alumni Honored at Homecoming

Members of the TK Alumni Association present awards to Dr. James Gibson and Walt Eavey.

Two outstanding Thornapple Kellogg alumni were honored at the homecoming football game Friday night by the TK Alumni Association. This is the second year the Alumni Association has given out the Distinguished Alumni awards. Honored this year were Walt Eavey, class of 1952, and Dr. James Gibson, class of 1960.

TK Prepares for Homecoming Week and Game Sept. 14

Temporary tattoos are avaiable for $1 during spirit week.

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas - and Valentine's Day and Halloween and the 4th of July! Thornapple Kellogg High School students will "celebrate" all the holidays in one week as part of this year's homecoming theme of Homecoming Holidays.

TKHS Football Players Gear Up as Playground Buddies

A TKHS football player makes a buddy on the Lee Elementary playground.

Colson Brummel didn't remember Lee Elementary School being so small. "I kind of feel like a giant," said the TKHS junior as he walked down the hall where he once attended second and third grades. But that was a few years ago and now Brummel and his friends are coming back to their elementary school as role models for younger students. Members of the TKHS football team are volunteering time to be with Lee students on the playground, interact with them, and just show them good sportsmanship and good leadership.

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