Four Thornapple Kellogg students will have their artwork displayed on banners in Middleville this spring. The students submitted original artwork to the “Art in the Air” banner contest sponsored by the Thornapple Arts Council and the Middleville DDA.
News and Announcements
March is here! Let the reading fun begin! Students throughout the district are gearing up for an exciting month of reading, challenges and contests.
Battle of the Books is on again this year at Page Elementary, but without the guiding hand and thoughtful questions from the person who passionately introduced and organized the program at Page more than 10 years ago.
Thornapple Kellogg High School’s student section exploded into cheers when the first basket of Friday’s game was made and it wasn’t even for the home team.
Fourth-grade students in Nikki Witt’s class can wiggle and bounce, twist and rock while they work on their lessons. It is thanks in large part to a grant this year from Thornapple Area Enrichment Foundation for flexible seating options.
We're excited to welcome our Young 5's and Kindergarten students for the 2022-23 school year!
Thornapple Kellogg Board of Education this week approved the hiring of Chris LaHaie as the new district assistant superintendent. Craig McCarthy, who formerly held the position, was named the district’s superintendent after serving as interim superintendent since September.
With the music thumping, jump ropes whirling, and students cheering, Lee Elementary students joined in the annual Kids Heart Challenge raising funds raising more than $27,288 for the American Heart Association. Formerly known as Jump Rope for Heart, this program brings awareness to students about the importance of exercise and keeping their hearts healthy.
Thornapple Kellogg High School students are preparing for the spring musical “Into the Woods.” There will be three performances at the high school auditorium. Performances will start at 7 p.m. each night March 3, 4, and 5 and pre-sale tickets are now available to order.