As students leave Timber Creek High School, everything they had imagined their future would be starts to become a reality. This is what happened for Timber Creek alum Jeremiah Miller.
Many viewers of the marching show only see the final product on the field, but the amount of tasks that happen behind the scenes is tremendous. From an online music pass-off program, an app used for learning drill, an intricate sound system and a whole staff of people hired for a number of different reasons, all of the behind-the-scenes action that goes into an eight-minute performance is quite time consuming.
Since the beginning of summer, the cross country athletes have been waking up for morning practices, before the sun even rises, just in preparation for their early season. Junior Braden Lange is very familiar with these intense practices, and also just what it takes to fully commit yourself to distance running.
Since middle school, students have had the opportunity to rent a locker from school. But during the 2016-17 school year, incoming freshmen were barely a part of the 40 out of about 3,000 students to even take the time to purchase one. Those that acquired a locker, ended up not even using it by the end of the first semester.