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The TKHS choir performs at the senior citizen luncheon.
The Trojan Marching Band takes the field at the football game.
A TKHS student poses with play directors after the show.
TK staff create a giant
TKHS woods students work on making wooden rocking toys to give away to young children in the district.
TK Band marches in the Christmas parade.
TK Trojans won the battle of the border wars between Hastings.
TKHS students paint rocks for Hospice patients.
TKHS students line the hall to cheer on members of the TKHS boys and girls cross country teams who advanced to the state competition.
The Trojan mascots sits up front on the TK Alumni float in the Middleville Christmas parade.
Several TKHS students drove their tractors to school for
Members of the TK band showcase their talents with a concert.
TKHS students during a dance scene in the play
TKHS students sew sleeping bags for the homeless.
Members of the TKHS Honors Choir perform at the Dessert Theatre.
**Choir Concert - Monday, January 16 @ 7:00 PM                             **Exams - January 18, 19, 20                                  --                         **Half Day - January 20 - 10:40 AM Dismissal                         --                     **Monday, January 23 - Second Semester Begins!                       --                          **Wednesday, February 8th - Count Day!                     **TKHS Musical - 'The Music Man' -- March 10 & 11 @ 7:00 PM - Auditorium

Events

Choir Concert - Concert Choir Only
Date: 1/16/2017, 7 PM 8 PM
Exams
Date: 1/18/2017 1/20/2017
1/2 Day - All
Date: 1/20/2017
End of 1st Semester
Date: 1/20/2017
Half day of School
Date: 1/20/2017
Location: End of 1st semester

TK News

New TK Football Coach Meets Middle and High School Students

TK students line up to introduce themselves to the new TKHS varsity football coach Charlie Feller.

Charlie Feller, sporting a black and orange TK Trojan shirt, shook hands Friday after school with TK high school and middle school students  - many of whom he hopes to coach in football in the coming years.
Feller was hired by the district as a special education teacher and will also serve as the varsity football head coach. He begins his job at TK Jan. 23 with conditioning workouts at 6 a.m.

Nine TKHS BPA Students Advance to State

TKHS students competed recently at the regional BPA contest with nine students advancing to the state contest in Grand Rapids in March.

Several Thornapple Kellogg High School students will compete at the state BPA (Business Professionals of America) competition after placing in the top four at the Region 1 regional competition.
Nine TKHS students will advance in 13 events at the state BPA contest in Grand Rapids March 17 to 19.

TKHS Art Students Earn Honors

TKHS art students display their award-winning works.

Six TKHS entries in the Scholastic Art Contest earned honors. TK students made 12 submissions to the competition this year with half of them earning honors. Four students received those awards for their works.

TKHS Alumni Playing at Cotton Bowl with WMU

Noah Miller and Heather Price, both TKHS Class of 2016 alumni, will play with the WMU band at the Cotton Bowl.

Noah Miller has grown up watching Western Michigan University football games with his parents having season tickets. Now, Miller and Heather Price, both TKHS alumni class of 2016, will have the chance of a lifetime as members of the WMU Bronco Band to play during a prestigious bowl game.
WMU will take on Wisconsin in the Cotton Bowl at 1 p.m. Jan. 2. The game will be televised on ESPN.

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