Teresa Williams, an upper level Spanish teacher, had made it a goal of her’s to start a Spanish National Honor Society for her students. After years for trying, Timber Creek’s Spanish National Honor Society (SHH) organization formed.
The custodial staff at Timber Creek is a department that has been for too long overlooked, and senior Emma Dovers decided that it was time to change that, so on Monday April 29, senior Emma Dovers and a few members of HOSA surprised the custodial staff with customized gift baskets.
Traditionally, letterman jackets are awarded to students who excelled in a sport or club. Now, Career and Technical Education (CTE) students have an opportunity to receive one.
In recent years, the Remind company has been a provider to students and teachers of a free way for teachers to send students messages through text by using a code. However, Remind has now lost the aid of one of their carrier partnerships, Verizon Wireless. Many students and teachers have expressed their dismay at the change in policy, taking to social media platforms with the hashtag #ReverseTheFee.
In the time that Head Girls Soccer Coach, Michael King, has created the Rex King Memorial Soccer Tournament, a tournament in honor of the late Rex King, he has been able to acquire $72,020 in donations for the Community Hospice of Texas.
It’s one thing to hear the name called and recognize the familiar catch phrase of a fan favorite movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, from Marvel Studios. But when you hear the call, it takes the meaning of “I am Groot,” to a whole new level.
In each year that passes, the Marching Band increases in their level of skill, and continues to develop their prowess in music, which means it is up to the students to manage their time wisely and overcome the pressure that is put upon them to succeed.