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TKHS to Host Informational Meeting Concerning Vaping

Vaping is a growing trend among teens and Thornapple Kellogg High School officials want to make sure parents understand exactly what it is and the possible dangers and concerns of this new drug. A special presentation for parents and students is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Oct. 24 in the high school auditorium.
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TK Students Show They Care

Just two days after students were reminded at the 9-11 ceremony about the value of service to others, a group of high school students took part in the United Way Day of Caring. Scattered throughout the village of Middleville, TKHS Student Council members pulled weeds and cleared landscaping beds in the village. They transplanted bushes, swept away dirt and debris and put a polished look on the downtown area.
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Students Vow to Never Forget 9-11

The Thornapple Kellogg middle and high school students gathered at the Middleville 9-11 Patriot Day ceremony were called "heroes," but challenged with two important tasks - to never forget the 9-11 events and to continue selfless acts of service to others.
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TK Crowns Homecoming King and Queen

Friday night's homecoming festivities included the introduction of the homecoming court and crowning of the king and queen. When senior Derrick Kim was announced as the homecoming king, he looked shocked and didn't exactly know what to do. A minute later, Madison Hess, leaped into his arms when she was named the homecoming queen. Other senior members of the court were Nathan Kinne and Shylin Robirds, and Dylan Podbevsek and Delaney Zoet. The junior representatives were Haley Bovee and Aiden Hannapel. Sophomore representatives were Brennan Lutz and Kylie Smith and the freshmen representatives were Jeffrey Walker and Chloe Powers. Congratulations to everyone for representing their classes and TKHS.
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TKHS Football Players Gear Up as Playground Buddies

Colson Brummel didn't remember Lee Elementary School being so small. "I kind of feel like a giant," said the TKHS junior as he walked down the hall where he once attended second and third grades. But that was a few years ago and now Brummel and his friends are coming back to their elementary school as role models for younger students. Members of the TKHS football team are volunteering time to be with Lee students on the playground, interact with them, and just show them good sportsmanship and good leadership.
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