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Elementary School Sisters Join Forces to Help Others

Sisters attending Page Elementary School practiced giving to others when they chose to write a grant to help Family Promise of Barry County and make sure the kids who stay there have outdoor play items. Their efforts paid off with a grant from the Youth Advisory Council of Barry Community Foundation to help homeless families in Barry County.
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Preliminary Plans Reviewed for New Learning Center

As work progresses on the additional classrooms at the elementary schools, plans are being finalized for the construction of the new TK Learning Center. The TK Board of Education reviewed preliminary drawings at their December meeting. Construction is expected to start in late spring or early summer this year with completion anticipated by fall 2022.
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Pen Pal Project Connects Learning with Excitement

In an age of immediate electronic messaging, some Thornapple Kellogg third graders are learning and loving the art of old-fashioned letter writing as they get to know elementary school pen pals in Texas. It’s a writing lesson with a real-world purpose that helps them practice basic writing skills like grammar, punctuation and writing complete sentences.
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New Superintendent Ready to Listen, Learn and Lead

Taking over the leadership role in a new school district is never easy and doing so in the middle of the school year in a pandemic is about as tough as it gets. Dan Remenap, who takes over as Thornapple Kellogg’s new superintendent Dec. 14, said he’s ready, willing and eager to take on the challenge.
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Bond Information Site

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.
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Bus Driver Saying Goodbye to TK Family After 27 Years

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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