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Fruit with Families is a great way to start the day.
Page students look over books for the Battle of the Books competition.
Page students cheer on their teachers at the Battle of the Buildings.
Families enjoy spending time together at Fruit with Families.
Page students enjoy hallway reading during reading month.
Students enjoy ice cream sundaes served in their handmade bowls.
Page students perform
Students conduct a science experiment using cranberries.
Page administrators enjoy beach day!
Page students perform
Students work on their blogs.
School is more fun with a good group of friends.
Page students work on a papier mache project in art class.
Page finalists take part in the Battle of the Books.
Battle of the Books champions crowned.
Page students enjoy slipper day!
Families enjoy Fruit with Families mornings.
Page students perform
Page students perform
Page students attend a music workshop.
State Rep. Julie Calley reads to Page students.
Page students perform
Page students perform
Every year, Page students create their own bowls then have an ice cream party using their bowls.

TK News

Principal Leaves Big "Princess" Shoes to Fill

Gelmi camped out on the roof of the school for one year's celebration of reading.

Page Elementary Principal Mike Gelmi announced recently he was leaving TK Schools for a position closer to home where he would be able to spend more time with his family. Everyone can understand that. Kids grow up so fast. But his leaving the district definitely leaves some very big "princess" shoes to fill. Gelmi leaves a legacy of wacky hats, socks, wigs, and especially reading month challenges he's happily shared with students year after year.

Page Principal Announces He's Leaving TK

Good morning Page Families,
I wanted to communicate with our Page Elementary families that I have accepted an elementary principal position at Central Elementary School in Grandville Public Schools for the 2019-2020 school year. It is a K-6 building with some opportunities to grow professionally and half the distance from my home near Zeeland.  I am really looking forward to the opportunity but also excited to be able to be home at different times to do things like coaching my boys baseball team etc., that just doesn't work currently with the commute.  The distance and family time is the biggest reason for my decision, but excited about a new opportunity to grow.

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