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Show Your TK Pride!

SHOW YOUR TK PRIDE and BE READY FOR TK FOOTBALL PLAYOFF ACTION! Order your official playoff shirt today! The attached order form is for exclusive 2018 TK Trojan Football MHSAA Playoff Apparel. You must bring the form and the payment to the Athletic Office before Monday, October 22nd @ 8:30 a.m. sharp!! Shirts must be ordered by Monday morning to get them in time for the playoff game Friday. NO EXTENSIONS! Shirts will be available for pickup Friday, Oct. 26 at the Athletic Office from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Click for an official order form.
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Fifth Graders Get Head Start on Career Exploration

From the time they enter school, students are often asked, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" With the help of some professionals who volunteered their time, Page fifth graders got a glimpse into what certain careers might look like, what education is needed, and how students can pursue their goals.
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TKHS to Host Informational Meeting Concerning Vaping

Vaping is a growing trend among teens and Thornapple Kellogg High School officials want to make sure parents understand exactly what it is and the possible dangers and concerns of vaping. A special presentation for parents and students is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 24 in the high school auditorium.
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McKeowns Humbled by Hometown Hero Honors

McKeowns Offer Match for Donations to TAEF
Debby McKeown looked out at the crowd filling the Barry Expo Center and fought to hold back her emotions as she and her husband, Scott, humbly accepted the Hometown Hero award from the Thornapple Area Enrichment Foundation. "We are so humbled and honored to receive this recognition," she said. "In my heart I know it is all of you here tonight who are my hometown heroes."
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TK Students Show They Care

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.
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Students Vow to Never Forget 9-11

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.
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TK Crowns Homecoming King and Queen

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.
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