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Three Page students dress up as Star Wars Storm Troopers for the walk-a-thon.
Students were encouraged to dress as their favorite Disney character for the Disney-themed walk-a-thon.
Page art teacher Kathy Bailey welcomes students back to school.
Students loved the bubble machine at the Walk-a-Thon.
Special person day is a great day for everyone.
Students watch as Dr. Courts inflates a pigs' lung.
Page students get a closer look at some welding tools during the career fair.
Friends have fun during the walk-a-thon.
TK Trojan mascot gives high-fives to students during the Walk-a-Thon.
Parents joined in the walk-a-thon on a picture-perfect day.
Page students enjoy their ice cream sundaes.
TK Elementary principals pose in their Disney
This group of Page students enjoyed their ice cream sundaes.
Friends have a great time at the walk-a-thon.
A representative from Middleville Tool and Die shows students his engineering work done on his computer.
A younger Page students looks up to older students at homecoming.

TK News

Students Eat Out of Their Own Dishes

Page fifth grade students enjoy an ice cream sundae served up in their own handmade bowls.

Thornapple Kellogg fifth-grader Shannon Szukala filled his hand-made ceramic bowl with scoops of ice cream, covered with toppings, sprinkles and whipped cream.

Students Explore Careers at Annual Career Fair

Dr. Jayne Courts lets students examine a pig's lungs during the career fair.

A nurse, a judge, a hair stylist, a welder - what do you want to be when you grow up? It's a question young people are asked again and again, but many have no idea what their future holds. Page fifth-graders got the opportunity to hear directly from professionals in more than a dozen fields. The career fair has been offered at TK Schools for more than 20 years.

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