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Students pose with Mrs. Siekman after being awarded the TAEF grant.

Grants Help Provide Graphing Calculators for Middle School Math Students

Middle School math students are getting some additional devices to make their math learning just a little bit easier. Thanks to two grants - one recently awarded from the Wilson H. Craig fund and one awarded earlier this year from the Thornapple Area Enrichment Fund - middle school, algebra students will be equipped with graphing calculators.
Rojean Sprague and two students beside her red, white and blue Christmas tree.

MS Teacher Honors Veterans Every Day

In August, when Rojean Sprague prepares her classroom for another year of school, she sets up a Christmas tree. It’s way too early for the holiday season - but this tree celebrates something else.
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TK Middle School Students Will Present “Aladdin Jr.”

Thornapple Kellogg Middle School students will present “Aladdin Jr.” Nov. 17 and 18. Both shows start at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Tickets are not required, but donations to the musical program are appreciated.
Four TKMS students joined the WMU Middle School Honors Band.

TKMS Band Students Join Honors Band at WMU

Four Thornapple Kellogg Middle School band students walked around the Western Michigan University campus, ate lunch by the gardens, watched the University Bronco Marching Band and - oh yeah - performed a concert at WMU’s Miller Auditorium.

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A message from Middle School Principal Kelli Arnold-Wegner

Thornapple Kellogg Middle School
Welcome to Thornapple Kellogg Middle School!
Our middle school has grades 6, 7 and 8 and is filled with enthusiasm for learning and positive behaviors. Each grade level has a separate wing for core subjects with a common wing for our numerous exploratory classes such as choir, band, art, Spanish and 21st Century Skills. Our staff strives to ensure academic, physical, social and emotional growth and development for all students in a secure, creative and challenging environment. We work to develop positive self-images for all students so they can become responsible, lifelong learners. Our staff uses the PBIS program to help students develop core values for themselves and others and we teach and reward students for positive behavior. 
We are glad you're here! We welcome volunteer parent and community involvement so please stop in to see us soon!