Prom is on the come up and it will be here before you know it. Here’s what you need to know to be prepared.

Timber Creek Class of 2019 Senior Prom will be held at the AT&T Stadium on Saturday, May 18, from 7-11 p.m. Click here for directions to the venue. The theme is “Starry Night.”

To buy a prom ticket, log into the Keller ISD Webstore using your student ID as your username and your last name as your password, which is case sensitive. Then, click the top button labeled “Items At My Student’s School.” Select “PROM” and buy your ticket. Currently, you can only buy one prom ticket per person. If you’re bringing a date who isn’t a senior or does not go to TCHS, you will have to wait until April to buy their ticket. Click here to buy a prom ticket.

The last day to buy a prom ticket at the discounted price of $85 is Monday, March 4. In order to qualify for this discount, you must have zero fines and seat time. Starting on Wednesday, March 6, regular priced prom tickets will be available for $100.

In order to receive a free or discounted prom ticket, students needed to sell Butter Braids or snack/candy boxes. If you sold 25 Butter Braids or two boxes of snacks and candy, you earned one free prom ticket. If you sold four boxes of snacks and candy, you earned two free prom tickets. Students eligible for a free prom ticket should complete the same steps above to buy their ticket, but will be exempt from paying the fee.

Another way to receive a free prom ticket is attending spirit nights for the senior class. When students take a photo at the restaurant of themselves and their guests and post it on Twitter with the hashtag, “#pix4promtix19,” they are entered into a raffle to win a free prom ticket. The more spirit nights you attend and the more people you bring, the higher chance you have of being picked to receive a free prom ticket. The next senior class spirit night is on Wednesday, March 6 at Piada in Alliance Town Center.

Concerning dress code, ladies and men are only asked to not wear something with an excessive amount of skin showing.

If you wish to reserve your dress so you won’t have a “twin” at prom, you can direct message a picture of it to the prom dress Instagram account, @tchsprom2019. If you only have a picture of the dress online, you must send a photo of the receipt to prove that you own it. If you have a photo of you wearing the dress, you do not have to provide a photo of the receipt. You may choose to be anonymous or not in the photo that will be publicly posted.

Starting on April 1, you can reserve a table at prom with up to 10 seats. The seats can be reserved for $10 per each individual. More information will be posted closer to the date.

When you arrive at the venue, you can park anywhere in the AT&T parking lot for free. Party busses and limousines can drop groups off at the door.

Text @c897g6 to 81010 to get updates and reminders about senior class events if you have not already.

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