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An aerial view shows the beautiful middle school and surrounding grounds.
Three girls pose for a picture at the activity event.
TKMS students take over the Classmates Care program.
Two students pose for pictures at the Halloween-themed photo booth.
At the annual Fitness Palooza students enjoyed a variety of activities including Frisbee
8th graders researched victims of the 9-11-01 terrorist attacks.
Cast members perform
An 8th grader shakes hands with a veteran after the Patriot Day ceremony.
Students get a glimpse of the eclipse.
Thornapple Kellogg Middle School cast members perform
A human Foosball game was a hit at the Fitness Palooza event.
A crew of mermaids sing a song during the performance of
A group of boys pose showing their TK Trojan football jerseys.
Middle school cast members of
Fitness challenges were fun for students at the Fitness Palooza.
TKS student display their research projects on victims of 9-11-01 terrorist attacks.
TKMS students can

Events

Activity Event
Date: 1/12/2018, 2:30 PM 4:30 PM
Location: Middle School
Parent Advisory Committee Meeting (PAC)
Date: 1/16/2018, 9 AM 10:30 AM
Location: Middle School - Room 1616
GR Griffins Game - 7th & 8th Grade Bands
Date: 1/27/2018, 5 PM 8 PM
Location: Van Andel Arena (Exact Time TBD)
Activity Event
Date: 2/8/2018, 2:30 PM 4:30 PM
Location: Middle School
Parent Advisory Committee Meeting (PAC)
Date: 2/20/2018, 9 AM 10:30 AM
Location: Middle School - Room 1616

TK News

TKMS Students Donate to Help Veterans

Eighth-graders make donations to veterans projects and programs.

Thornapple Kellogg Middle School students donated funds they raised for Veterans Day to the Middleville Veterans Memorial project and the Barry County United Way for veterans assistance programs.

Students Find Joy in Helping Others

TKMS students take over the Classmates Care program to provide warm winter clothing for TK families.

Mitchell Corner helped Wyatt Miller search through racks of winter clothes, bins with hats and mittens, and storage tubs filled with children’s boots to find just the right winter gear for a student in need at McFall Elementary. Lillian Lienesch’s middle school service learning class has taken over operations of the Classmates Care program. With the help of middle school “Links” students like Corner, Lienesch’s special needs students sort and organize the clothing donations, take orders as they come in from different schools, and fill and deliver the orders to students in the district.

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