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TKHS Students Find Joy in Giving Back and Helping Others

Friday was a feel-good day at Thornapple Kellogg High School. Students took part in the annual service day and smiles seemed contagious. Carveth and Lincoln Meadows residents were thrilled to have so many guests to help them play Bingo and other games. Elementary students flocked around high schoolers as if they were rock stars who came to help them with homework. Even the high school students pulling weeds, raking flower beds and creating new gardens were smiling knowing they were doing something good.
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TK Seeks Community Input to Address Growth and Needs

Thornapple Kellogg enrollment continues to grow at a steady pace and the district is running out of space especially in the elementary schools. The TK administration and Board of Education are asking for community input to help make decisions about the future of the district. One community forum has already been held and a second is planned for 6:30 p.m. April 23 in the Middle School Room 1616. All community members are welcome to attend. During the forum, Superintendent Rob Blitchok, Assistant Superintendent Craig McCarthy and representatives from GMB Architecture & Engineering and Owen-Ames-Kimball will lead a discussion regarding the district’s current status as well as possible next steps to meet the future needs of the district.
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TK District Receives $135,045 Safety Grant

Thornapple Kellogg Schools received a $135,045 grant as part of the Michigan State Police Competitive School Safety Program. The district was notified of the award in late March and will have until June 2020 to complete projects funded by the grant.
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TK Receives Funds to Purchase Local Foods

Thornapple Kellogg Schools is the second year as a recipient of the Michigan 10-Cent Grant for our food service department. This state pilot program provides schools with up to 10 cents per meal in incentive matching funds to purchase and serve Michigan-grown fruits, vegetables and dry beans.
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