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Teens Talk to Younger Students About Dangers of Tobacco

They hear about the dangers in television advertisements. They've heard warnings from adults. But still, young people are curious about smoking and tobacco use. A group of Thornapple Kellogg High School students hopes their connection to their younger peers helps get their message across. The high school students are part of a group called Teens Against Tobacco Use (TATU) and their goal is to mentor younger students about the dangers of tobacco use.
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TK "Family" Lends Helping Hands

Retired teacher Joyce Domire said she has always thought of her Thornapple Kellogg co-workers and students as an extended family. That feeling was never more evident to her than after a recent slip on the ice that sent her to the hospital where she was met by the comforting and caring hands of many TK alum.
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10 TK OM Teams Advance to State Finals

It was a great weekend for Thornapple Kellogg Odyssey of the Mind teams at the regional event in Wayland. TK sent 13 teams to the event including two primary teams from McFall that cannot advance to the state finals. Of the remaining 11 teams, all placed within the top three in their divisions and 10 will be advancing to the state finals hosted at TK March 16.
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TAEF Grant and Lee PTO Funds Help Young Readers

Thanks to a grant from the Thornapple Area Enrichment Foundation, Thornapple Kellogg Lee Elementary second-grade teachers were able to purchase the Reading Street Sleuth for classrooms. Additional funds from the Lee PTO provided supportive materials as well.
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TKHS Students are Learning It's Right to Be Real!

Three pictures showed three different stories to Thornapple Kellogg High School students. The first appeared to show a man running away from a vehicle. In the second, it appeared the man was running toward another person. It wasn't until the full picture was revealed that students saw the man as a hero pushing the man out of the way of danger.
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History Never Tasted So Good!

In celebration of Michigan's 182nd birthday, Lee Elementary third-graders experienced a tasty history lesson and learned some fun facts about the state they call home. From Little Caesars Pizza to Vernors Ginger Ale, Faygo Pop, Kellogg's cereals and much more, students got a taste of Michigan as they explored the state's products and history. They even learned that sometimes, great things come from mistakes.
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TK Preschool Open House is ON Tonight 6 to 7:30 p.m.

The open house for the 2019-2020 classes is from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Open Enrollment will now begin at 8 a.m. Monday, February 11, 2019 at the TK Learning Center at 507 W. Main Street, Middleville. Don't miss this great opportunity to visit the classrooms, meet the amazing staff, and ask any questions you may have about our program. Enrollment forms can be found on the tkschools.org website or in the preschool office. They will also be available at the open house. Enrollment requires a completed form and a $45 non-refundable fee (cash or check.)If you have any questions please call or email Sarah Hammer or Kim Dannenberg at 269-795-5570. shammer@tkschools.org or kdannenberg@tkschools.org
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Page Spelling Champion Crowned

Max Knowles won the Page Elementary School spelling bee with Camden Peter earning the runner up title. Eighteen spellers from all the fourth and fifth-grade classrooms competed Thursday in the school-wide finals. It wasn't until the 12th round when Peter stumbled on the word "sepia." Knowles went on to correctly spell his 12th round word "clavicle" and then the winning word "lustrous" to claim the title. Both Knowles and Peter will represent Page Elementary at a regional spelling bee.
Other classroom winners making it to the finals were Jackson Conkle, Myles Chambers, Kayley King, Landon Kostelec, Kenzee Knight, Koby Wilkerson, Isla Johnson, Tealy Cross, Jenna Robinett, Molly Alden, Adam McLaughlin, Sidney Ripley, Annabelle Pennington, Meghan Skidmore, Emma Johnson, and Lucy Kamps.
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