Everything You Need to Know About 2018 Prom

The 2018 Timber Creek Prom is scheduled for Saturday, May 19, at the Gaylord Texan, 1501 Gaylord Trail, from 7 p.m. to midnight.

Prom Tickets

Tickets will cost $100 per person. If bought on the Keller ISD web store, students will pay an additional $3 service fee. In order to get tickets for free or a discounted price, students may attend #PIX4PROMTIX events, or sell more pretzel boxes. Seniors may get boxes from the Senior Class Advisor, Emily Boehringer in room M106. The last day to buy prom tickets online is April 15. Tickets can be purchased at intouch.kellerisd.net

Tuesday April 17 will be the only day to purchase prom tickets with check or cash. Sales will begin at 8:00 a.m. in the school store and end at 8:30 a.m. After that time, students may purchase tickets during lunch in the school store and in M106 during fourth and fifth period until 4:00 p.m. Checks must have the student’s school ID number in the memo.

Seniors may also be entered in a drawing to win a free prom ticket. If seniors have perfect attendance for the fifth six weeks, they will be entered into the drawing five times. Click here to for more information.

Previously, online ticket sales were open from Feb. 5 to Feb. 16, but according to a Remind 101 text sent from Boehringer, sales will begin again in March and April. If seniors would like to join the Remind 101 message thread, text @d9kba7 to 81010.

If a senior has seat time, it must be made up before prom. Seat time can be made up with Boehringer. See her in M106 for more details.

All Timber Creek seniors are welcome at prom. If a student wants to bring a guest, he/she has to be under 21 years old. If a senior is bringing a guest from another high school, they must get a permission slip signed by their school’s principal and principal, Mr. Donnie Bartlett. Permission slips can be found in the front office or in Boehringer’s room, M106.

Attached is the prom guest request form. Students can pick these up outside of Boehringer’s room M106 or in the AP office with Courtney Bradshaw. They are due to Bradshaw by March 30.

Prom Guest Request Form 2018

Dress Code, Fashion and Theme

The theme for the prom will be Moonlit Masquerade. Seniors may dress coordinating to the theme as long as they remain in dress code.

There will be a dress code for the prom. The Gaylord asks that shoes are kept on at all times, so students may want to bring an extra pair of shoes to dance in. There is a student run prom Instagram @timbercreekprom18 that seniors may look at to ensure that their dress is unique for others’. In the past, there has been confusion on the dress code for prom.

The code is the same as last year’s and is as follows:

-Dresses and slits should be no shorter/higher than mid thigh.

-Open backed dresses are allowed but not farther down than the small of one’s back.

-Plunging necklines need to be covered with a nude backing.

If seniors are unsure, the may check that their dress follows the dress code with Boehringer in room M106.

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