After looking through nearly 500 submissions, the judges for the tenth anniversary of the Keller ISD Film Festival have chosen the finalist entries in each category and age group. The winners will be announced at the Film Festival Gala on Saturday, April 27 in the Fine Arts Center.
Students in the class of 2020 are urged to sign up for their Remind 101, which will give important information about senior year. Read here for instructions.
In celebration of April being National Library Month, the History Club will host their third Annual History Club Book Drive. The book drive will begin on Monday, April 1, and last through Friday, April 19.
The theatre department is presenting ‘Treasure Island,’ which will be bringing the children’s story to the stage Friday, April 5 through Sunday, April 7 in the auditorium.
Falcon Theatre’s UIL One Act Play, The Lost Boy by Ronald Gabriel Paolillo, placed fourth at the District UIL One Act Play Competition last Friday, March 22, earning them the title of alternate show to Bi-District.
Students, parents and teachers are all invited to sign up and participate in The Big Event to help pick up litter looming around the school grounds. The event will take place on Saturday, March 30, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Students constantly crave information. Whether it’s about a club, sport, or STAAR testing, the need for information always leads to one place: the Timber Creek Talon.
Chamber Choir earned their place as Grand Champions at their first competition, the North Texas Madrigal Festival, on March 8, 2019. Not only was it a prestigious honor to have won first place among the 38 participating choirs, but this is the first year Timber Creek has had a Chamber Choir.
The softball team will be going up against Southlake Carroll on Friday, March 29. Hoping to make it into playoffs for the sixth consecutive year, while the team lost starters with the 2018 class athletes graduating, they have made up for it with their new varsity members, as the underclassmen refuse to give up.