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New principal says students teach him to ‘smile and be joyful’

Meet one of the newest additions to the Thornapple Kellogg team, new Page Elementary principal Gregg Bruno...

State grant will bolster student safety

As part of the Michigan State Police Competitive School Safety Program, Thornapple Kellogg Schools received a $135,045 grant to improve security measures at all buildings in the district...

Sophomore sensation Paige VanStee thrives on the diamond, court and classroom

Three-sport standout Paige VanStee shines on and off the field for Thornapple Kellogg...

‘A drive to prove myself’

Brittle bone disease has not stopped Thornapple Kellogg senior Kaleb Sydloski from taking part in band, swimming and tennis while in high school...

From butternut squash to candy cane beets, students dig into Michigan-fresh foods

Thornapple Kellogg Schools are now in their second year of the state-funded 10-Cent Grant program. The grant, as well as the middle school garden club, are giving students an opportunity to sample fresh foods from around the state...

25 years and counting

David Smith was recognized by the Michigan Association of School Boards with the President’s Award of Recognition for 25 years of service on the Thornapple Kellogg Board of Education...

‘That is why I am proud of America’

Eighth-grader Dylan LeClaire’s essay will be entered in the national competition after winning local, district and state competitions...

‘What Makes You Proud of America’

Dylan LeClaire’s essay will move on to national competition in July...

Lee Elementary makerspace shines brightly for EGR visitors

The makerspace room at Lee Elementary was the star of the show when visitors from East Grand Rapids Schools came to see how they might incorporate the model in their district...

Students get tastes of Michigan & healthy helping of history

Third-grade students at Lee Elementary celebrated Michigan’s 182nd birthday by taste-testing Michigan products as part of their history lesson...

Making it right to be real

Thornapple Kellogg High School recently kicked off a series of assemblies building on the Making it Cool to be Kind program...

‘Nobody can take our education away’

After completing her student teaching at Thornapple Kellogg, Erin Kraker is back, bringing her own style to the classroom...

Annual tradition fights discrimination with kindness

Buttons sold during the week will be used to fund the group’s next outreach event, a district-wide Martin Luther King Day poetry contest...

A family tradition: school, community, teaching

After making their way through the Thornapple Kellogg school system, Josh, Samuel and Rebecka Thaler are back teaching in their home district...

A Gift from Graduates

The Alumni Association’s 13 board members include graduates from the 1950s to 1980s, and, this year will award its first $500 student scholarship, thanks to an endowment that has grown to more than $17,000...

Double Duty

Retired Barry County officers have joined forces as a presence in the district, with student safety their number one priority...

‘What Makes You Proud of America’

Dylan LeClaire’s essay will move on to national competition in July...

Dear Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy

Editor's note: Following is Katie Marentette's letter to Leo Tolstoy, for which she won the state award for the Library of Congress Letters About Literature contest. My dad adores bookstores. He could spend hours nursing a cup of coffee and...
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