On Thursday, Nov. 7, high school art students in Keller ISD participated in the third annual KISD Art Contest. Timber Creek was the overall champion in the competition.
In October of 2019, junior Jaycie Lavin earned her third degree black belt in American Karate. Although a huge accomplishment on its own, martial arts means much more to Lavin than rankings or material accomplishments.
Timber Creek’s social studies educators have worked tirelessly to ensure that their students are equipped with the knowledge and tools to leave this world better than they found it. They deserve to be celebrated for their work because without them, so many students would not know what it’s like to want to change the world.
Marching band members are no strangers to hard work. They practice hours every week in preparation for their competition season, and the dedication of these athletes and musicians is truly admirable. As a way to showcase their talent and diligence, an annual Marching Expo is held at Keller ISD stadium.
Less than one percent of high school seniors qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, but that didn’t stop senior Miriam Wamsley’s from studying her hardest for the PSAT.