20-21 Yearbooks are on sale now. Printed forms can be found on the table outside of the main office or click the headline above. Place your order in the Middle School Office today for a soft bound in color yearbook for the 2020-2021 School Year.
Yearbooks will be available during Registration in August of 2021. $25.
No orders will be accepted after May 28 at the end of the school day (2:20 pm).
Thornapple Kellogg Middle School students will perform “Bedtime Stories: As Told by Our Dad (Who Messed Them Up).” Two public shows will be performed at 7 p.m. March 24 and 25 in the high school auditorium.
Each link of a paper chain draped around the Lee Elementary library holds a pledge from second and third grade students. Their pledges are ways they can help make the world and their community a better place – pledges like loving each other, helping others, being kind and staying positive - all in honor of Martin Luther King day.
Laura Oprea and her middle school musical cast knew on the first day of practice COVID-19 could at any time force them to abandon their production and cancel their performances. It very nearly happened just two days before the three-night performances of “Schoolhouse Rock Jr.” were scheduled to run.
An opportunity to switch from one learning platform to the other (virtual or in-person) or to confirm your continued TKVS enrollment for the second semester will be available through PowerSchool October 26 - November 13, 2020. Information regarding making a change can be found by clicking the link above.
Kent Intermediate School District is offering free, two-week Summer Brain Gain courses for all students kindergarten through 12th grade. Sign up online now.
WOOD TV 8 weather intern Blake Harms visited TK 7th grade career exploration students last week offering an inside look at his job and advice for students as they start thinking about careers. “The best advice I can give you is to learn something new every day,” said Harms. “I don’t know it all, but I can certainly learn something every day – even if it’s just a little thing. You never truly know it all.”