As deadlines come and go, seniors apply for college, gather letters of recommendation, and request their transcripts. The deadline to request transcripts before winter break is Wednesday, Dec. 18 at 3 p.m.
On Thursday, Nov. 21 HOSA held their annual fall blood drive in conjunction with Carter BloodCare in the Small Gym. Over 119 students registered to donate blood, 80 of them being first time donors.
The deadline for completion of seat time for the fall semester is Dec. 6. Students who do not complete their seat time hours by this date may have to repeat the course they missed to earn credit for it.
Kayla Olson, author of young adult novels This Splintering Silence and The Sandcastle Empire, will come to visit advanced creative writing students on Friday, Nov. 15 during fourth period to speak about her writing process and answer questions.
Members living in the Keller Independent School District (KISD) were encouraged to vote on the 2019 KISD Bond. While the election could’ve gone either way, the 2019 KISD Bond ultimately passed with 53.46% of the votes.
The 2019-2020 yearbook will be comprised of over 400 full color pages including beautiful photos and fantastic stories. Here is everything you need to know about this history book:
Through Oct. 31, students may preorder their yearbooks for only $65 at YearbookForever.com. Beginning Nov. 1 and through the beginning of January, the cost of the books will increase to $85.
Have a frozen treat and support speech and debate on Wednesday, Oct. 30 at Andy’s Frozen Custard at the 5100 N Tarrant Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76244 location.
To learn more about the 2019 KISD Bond Proposal, Timber Creek Talon reporters sat down with Keller ISD Superintendent Dr. Rick Westfall on Oct. 10, and asked about how the bond would affect students in KISD, as well as the nearby community as a whole.