Timber Creek High School students will have a “straight eight” alignment on their 2014-15 school year schedules, the district announced Friday.

Each student schedule will include 9 periods, made up of 8 instructional periods and a lunch. The “straight eight” alignment will have students attending the same periods each day Monday through Friday. All periods, including lunch periods, will be 45 minutes long.

Click here to view the modified 2014-15 High School Bell Schedule. (PDF Link)

Previously, the district released a modified block schedule that had students attending some classes for around 90 minutes on Wednesday and Thursday.

“We will be releasing an eight-period schedule that does not include the Wednesday-Thursday modified block,” the district said in a news post on their website. “Despite a successful test run on a smaller sample earlier this summer, software could not produce the complex model that included the two-day modified block on such a large scale and meet our standards.”

The district said students and parents will be able to access their schedules at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23 via the Home Access Center. However, the district cautioned that those schedules were still tentative as conflicts and adjustments will be made.

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By Timber Creek Talon

The Timber Creek Talon is the student news service for Timber Creek High School in Keller Independent School District.