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A TKHS student gives blood during the National Honor Society blood drive.
Several TKHS students drove their tractors to school for
TKHS students during a dance scene in the play
TKHS students perform
The TK Trojan mascot shows school spirit with members of the marching band.
The TKHS band performs at the annual community veterans day program.
High School Principal Tony Petersen welcomes veterans and community members to the annual veterans day event.
TKHS students line the hall to cheer on members of the TKHS boys and girls cross country teams who advanced to the state competition.
TK staff create a giant
The TK Trojan mascot leads the student section in cheering on the football team.
TKHS Honors Choir members sing patriotic and inspirational songs at the veterans day event.
Phil Sikkema, a U.S. Airforce Veteran, is pictured with three of his grandsons at TK's annual veterans day program.
A TKHS student poses with play directors after the show.
TKHS students perform
The Trojan Marching Band takes the field at the football game.
         **Honors Choir Dessert Theatre - December 16 @ 6:30PM - Auditorium Lobby                  **TKHS Day of Service - December 22                         **Winter Break - December 23 - January 2!                               

Events

Honors Choir Dessert Theatre
Date: 12/16/2016, 6:30 PM 7:30 PM
Location: Auditorium Lobby
Winter Break
Date: 12/23/2016 1/2/2017
Parent Advisory Meeting
Date: 1/13/2017, 9 AM 10 AM
Location: Main Office Conference Room
Choir Concert - Concert Choir Only
Date: 1/16/2017, 7 PM 8 PM
Exams
Date: 1/18/2017 1/20/2017

TK News

Village Officials Give Students Lesson in Local Government

Middleville Village officials give TKHS students a lesson in local government.

Thornapple Kellogg High School government classes got lessons straight from the people in government this week. Middleville village officials visited the high school students to talk about their roles in local government, why local government is important and how young people can get involved.

PBIS Fundraiser!

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In our pursuit to continue to grow our Positive Behavior Program, we are starting a new fundraiser to support our building-wide incentives.

TKHS Inducts Newest National Honor Society Members

The 58 new members of the Thornapple Kellogg High School National Honor Society are pictured.

Thornapple Kellogg High School inducted 58 new members to the Elizabeth Thurber chapter of the National Honor Society. The new inductees include 10 seniors and 48 juniors, bringing the chapter's members for 2016-17 to 106 students with 58 seniors and 48 juniors. To be eligible for National Honor Society, students must maintain a 3.5 cumulative grade point average, and perform at least 20 hours of community service per year.

TKHS Students and Community Say "Thank You" to Veterans

Veterans standing and saluting the flag during national anthem.

As Thornapple Kellogg High School students emptied the gymnasium, many of them took a minute to shake hands with a veteran and say a simple "thank you" before heading back to class Friday morning after the sixth annual Veterans Day community program.
Phil Sikkema was quickly flanked by three of his grandsons - Davis and Grant Mulder, a freshman and junior at  TKHS, and their cousin Jared VanTil, who is a senior homeschooled student from outside the TK district.

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