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New Student Enrollment - Summer Dates

There will be two summer enrollment dates, from 2 to 6 p.m. July 10 and July 17. This will be for grades K - 12 and take place in the Middle School lobby. Please call our administration office, 269-795-5522, with any questions about what you will need to bring when enrolling. The first day of school is August 22.
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TKMS Girl Continues Her Gift of Giving

Allison Wilbur got Play-Doh, children's books, coloring books, craft supplies and children's toys for her birthday – not typical gifts for a 14-year-old girl. But the gifts weren't really for her. The gifts were collected or purchased by Wilbur to donate to the Helen DeVos Children's Hospital so children who have to spend time in the hospital have something fun to do.
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TK Junior Equestrian Teams Earn First Place Honors

Two Thornapple Kellogg junior equestrian teams earned first place honors in their divisions at the recent District 19 meet at the Barry County Fairgrounds. All riders are in fifth through eighth grades. TK had enough team members to make two teams for the district competition. Team members are Emma Fabiano, Thea Zellmer, Paige Zellmer, Sara Willshire, Madeline Coe, Emma VanderHeide, Kendra Coe, Eva Corson, Ainsley Oliver, Ashlynn Parks, Lindsey DeJong, Aubrey Reiffer, Maleah Bailey, Kendall Kamphuis, Katie Schorr, and Hanna Hollis.
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TKMS to Send OM Team to World Finals

Thornapple Kellogg Schools will send three Odyssey of the Mind teams to the World Competition at Michigan State University in May. One team from the high school, one from the middle school and one from elementary each earned the right to advance by getting a first or second rating at the state finals Saturday hosted at TK.
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TKMS Science Students Shake Things Up in Class

Clayton Wandell held his breath a little as he settled his team’s tower on the earthquake simulator.
“This should be good,” he said as his Thornapple Kellogg eighth grade science teacher Shaun Davis started the earthquake simulator, slowly, then pushed the throttle to make the shaking more significant.
It wobbled. It shook, but the tower didn’t break. Students cheered when the first structure withstood Round 1 of testing.
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Spelling Bee Champions Crowned

Payton Stewart was crowned the champion with Aaron Michalk as the first runner-up and Trysta Hilton as the second runner-up for the middle school spelling bee. Payton and Aaron will compete in the regional spelling bee Feb. 16 at TKMS. Great job by all participants and good luck to Payton and Aaron at the regional contest.
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