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TKMS student prepare for the upcoming performances of
A group of girls play volleyball at the annual Fitness Palooza.
Middle school band members participate in the Memorial Day parade.
Students get a glimpse of the eclipse.
A middle school teacher welcomes back students.
TKMS students can
An aerial view shows the beautiful middle school and surrounding grounds.
A group of boys pose showing their TK Trojan football jerseys.
A human Foosball game was a hit at the Fitness Palooza event.
TKS student display their research projects on victims of 9-11-01 terrorist attacks.
Middle school students get ready for the 2017-18 school year.
8th graders researched victims of the 9-11-01 terrorist attacks.
TKMS Science Olympiad team fared well in competitions.
Middle school students learn to measure solids and liquids in science classes.
Three girls pose for a picture at the activity event.
Fitness challenges were fun for students at the Fitness Palooza.
A student leaps over the hurdles during the Fitness Palooza event.
An 8th grader shakes hands with a veteran after the Patriot Day ceremony.
Two students pose for pictures at the Halloween-themed photo booth.
At the annual Fitness Palooza students enjoyed a variety of activities including Frisbee


Half Day of School for Students
Date: 11/2/2017, 7:35 AM 10:40 AM
Fall Concert - 7th Grade Band
Date: 11/9/2017, 7 PM 8 PM
Location: High School Auditorium
Fall Concert - 8th Grade Bands
Date: 11/9/2017, 8 PM 9 PM
Location: High School Auditorium
Parent Advisory Committee Meeting (PAC)
Date: 11/14/2017, 9 AM 10:30 AM
Location: Middle School - Room 1616
Date: 11/15/2017, 7 PM 9 PM
Location: TKHS Auditorium

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From Schoolyard Garden to School Plate

by Jaye Beeler for School News Network - At the middle school, a learning garden designed by resource room teacher Amanda Forman hums along with flat-leaf parsley, Thai basil and burpless cucumber, which is a nearly seedless, sweeter and thinner-skinned variety than typical supermarket cukes.

Students Told to Never Forget Events of 9-11-01

TKMS 8th graders show their work researching victims of the 9-11 attacks.

An eerie quiet fell over a crowd gathered for the first Barry County Patriot Day Ceremony as everyone listened to the sound of airplane engines fly over Middleville – four planes from the Hastings Fly Club simulating the four planes used in the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks on America. “Remember one thing from this. Remember this day. Never forget,” said Charlie Pullen as he paused briefly to keep his emotions in check as he spoke to the crowd gathered at Middleville's Sesquicentennial Park Sept. 11.

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