In September of 2019, senior Allison Souimaniphanh applied for the Coca-Cola Scholar Foundation scholarship and when the results came in December, emotions soared high.
Tuesday, Jan. 21 marks a comeback for spirit nights for the Class of 2020. Falcons are encouraged to eat out at Bottlecap Alley on 148 S. Main Street, from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. in support of the senior class.
Timber Creek’s science department stands out among all other courses due to the genuine dedication to their subject, and the student body is very passionate about their appreciation for this subject and group of educators.
The stories of Junji Ito have been around since the 1990’s, though only recently has mainstream media have begun to recognize the man behind the amazing horror mangaka.
Starting on Oct. 28 and going all the way through Nov. 22, students can donate money to their English classes to go towards to Hope For The Holidays fundraiser.
Plug in your controllers, because there’s a new club on campus. The new e-sports club is for anyone that likes to play and compete in video game tournaments.
1994, a year filled to the brim with movies such as Pulp Fiction and The Lion King, was not as amazing for a family in Utah. Nor were the two years afterward, with various supernatural sightings popping up from time to time.
The entirety of the 2018-2019 school year, Timber Creek advisors were on a mission to find words that truly describe the school and the students. The search resulted in five words describing the Falcon Family: passionate, intentional, inclusive, kind, and overall, a family.