News and Announcements

November 5, 2019 Proposed Bond

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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New Safety Training Empowers TK Staff

New safety training for Thornapple Kellogg School staff members will empower them with many more options if ever faced by a gunman or other threat in school. District leaders say it is a very positive step forward in safety and security for all.
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TKHS Parking Lot Becomes Canvas for Student Art

Drive into the Thornapple Kellogg High School parking lot after school hours and you might be surprised by the artwork filling many of the parking spaces. There’s a 3-D design of a dragon popping out of a painted hole in the asphalt, a football field adorned with a senior’s name and graduation year, words of inspiration “Throw Kindness Around Like Confetti” and a clever “If Yer Reading This – I’m Late. Woops!” saying painted on a bright yellow background.
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Teachers Honored with “Above and Beyond” Award

Two TKHS teachers - Barb Maring and Laura Oprea - were honored by the Thornapple Kellogg Education Association with the Shelley Erb “Above and Beyond” award on the staff opening day of school. TK officials also recognized staff members marking milestone years of service as they begin the 2019-2020 school year.
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TK Staff Welcomed Back

With the band playing the school fight song, teachers and staff gathered in the auditorium early Monday morning to begin a new school year. They were reminded of the difference they can make in a child’s life and the positive community partnership with the schools.
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New Page Principal Ready To Meet Students and Families

As a new principal at Page Elementary School, Gregg Bruno admits he still gets that “jittery feeling” the first day of school and is especially looking forward to starting his new role at Page. “I’m going to be present,” he said. “I hope to greet students every morning when they come to school. I’m going to be in the hallways and classrooms and lunch room as much as possible.”
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TK to Host Bus Safety Training Event

Don’t be alarmed to see several emergency vehicles in and around Thornapple Kellogg High School during the day Aug. 14. The Thornapple Kellogg district transportation department is hosting a bus driver training event.
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