Thornapple Kellogg Schools were well represented with 11 teams at the regional Odyssey of the Mind competition in Wayland last weekend. The district will again be well represented by six teams advancing to the state finals March 14 hosted at TK Schools.
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Philanthropy isn’t a word most fifth-graders use often. But it is a word they fully understand now and have practiced themselves with the help of the Circle of Giving project through the Barry Community Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council. “Philanthropy is giving people your time, talents and treasures to help other people,” said fifth-grader Collyn Genther.
How much does it cost to rent an apartment? Do I need a roommate? How much can I afford to spend on a new vehicle? Or maybe I just need a good used vehicle? How do I save money for the future?
Eight Thornapple Kellogg High School art students earned nine Scholastic Art awards. Samantha Barton earned gold in printmaking and silver in ceramics; Grace Densham - gold in sculpture; McKenzie Cooper - silver in photography; Abbie Numeric - silver in photography; Anna Timm - silver in printmaking; Julianna VanMeter - silver in painting; Audrey Johnson - honorable mention in photography; and Anna Miller - honorable mention in drawing/illustration.