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Delicious Art Lesson Leaves Students Licking Their Lips!

Third graders not only got to make their cake and eat it too - they also designed their specialty cake and all its decorations, learned how to read the recipe and baking abbreviations, estimated the cost of making it, and created the edible lesson in art class. “It’s the ultimate STEAM lesson,” said Lee art teacher Kathy Bailey. “This included science, technology, engineering, art and math and then they got to eat it!”
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Nov. 5 Proposed Bond Additional Information

Dear TK Community,

As we look to the future of Thornapple Kellogg Schools, the Board of Education is asking you to consider a bond proposal on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, to address enrollment growth in the district, enhanced learning opportunities, and to update aging building infrastructure. 

Please continue to check this site for updated information regarding the proposed bond.
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Time Changes For Homecoming Game and Events

Dear Families,
With the increased spread of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) into surrounding counties, District Administration has decided to adjust tonight’s homecoming activities.  This is an ongoing effort to protect the health of our students, staff and families and address the concerns about the virus.
Thornapple Kellogg Schools is announcing the following changes:
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From Superintendent Rob Blitchok concerning EEE:

We take the health, life and safety of our students and staff very seriously. Potential health issues are just as important as preparing for a physical threat. The threat associated with the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) can be a health risk wherever there are mosquitos and we are working to mitigate that threat.
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TKHS Students Give Back in Day of Caring

Being careful not to make skin contact with poison ivy vines or slip down the bank to the Thornapple River below, Thornapple Kellogg High School Student Council members helped clear unwanted vines, trees, shrubs and weeds along the Paul Henry Thornapple Trail. They piled limbs and vines and shrubs high into waiting Middleville Village dump trucks.
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