14Forty is originally the youth ministry at the Eagle Mountain International Church in Newark, TX, but it is also at Timber Creek for students who would like to join. The club has been around campus for a while now, meeting every Wednesday at 8 a.m. in S108.
During their meeting on Nov. 9, the Keller ISD Board of Trustees discussed and made some revisions to the proposed changes in the GPA/ranking system presented at a public assembly back in Sept.
With students voluntarily working from the first second of period until the last for an assignment that won’t even be counted as a grade, Jake Maddox has found an encouraging way to teach his classes how to effectively write essays.
To help prevent suicide in the school and the community, there will be a Suicide Awareness Program presented at Timber Creek on Sept. 25 in the Fine Arts Center, starting at 6:30 p.m.
Keller ISD is proposing a plan to implement major changes in their EIC policy, tweaking the ranking and grading systems beginning with the freshman class of 2018-19.
After impacting the lives of different grade levels from several states, Carol Hopson has decided to graduate alongside the Timber Creek Class of 2017, officially announcing her retirement.