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New TK Football Coach Meets Middle and High School Students

Charlie Feller, sporting a black and orange TK Trojan shirt, shook hands Friday after school with TK high school and middle school studentsĀ  - 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.
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Nine TKHS BPA Students Advance to State

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 RapidsĀ March 17 to 19.
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TKHS Art Students Earn Honors

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.
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TKHS Alumni Playing at Cotton Bowl with WMU

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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Making Toys Has Special Meaning for Woods Student

Trevor Hodges is putting a little extra care and attention into every detail while making this year's rocking wooden toys in the TK woods classes. He knows exactly what these special toys mean to kids in the community.
"My little sister got one of these when we didn't really have a whole lot and I know how much she loved it," said Hodges."She was about 4."
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PBIS Fundraiser!

In our pursuit to continue to grow our Positive Behavior Program, we are starting a new fundraiser to support our building-wide incentives.
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TKHS Inducts Newest National Honor Society Members

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.
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