As the semester draws to an end and winter break quickly approaches, National Honor Society (NHS) concludes its annual Hope for the Holidays fundraiser with the collection of $10,450 in donations.
The homeless population in Tarrant County is up by five percent this year with over 2,000 people living on the streets, but if senior Hannah Blaschke has anything to say about it, many of them will be warm through efforts of a blanket for the homeless drive.
Anatomy and Physiology teacher, Mr. Daniel Ward, attempts to address this trouble in society by taking an in depth look at the effects of breathing on stress and anxiety levels through his recently published book, “Exhaling Anxiety: Managing Stress at Any Age.”
Opening the curtains of the past is a daring take by the cast and crew of the Addams Family, for they are creating a fully black and white production.
College is a milestone for any student to reach and is one of the biggest life decisions they will make. To help decrease the stress of the choice, Timber Creek has opened its campus for colleges to come and answer any questions students may have about their campus and programs.
Riding with pride is Timber Creek’s Rodeo Club, a family of equestrians. Rodeo Club is for people interested in rodeo and horses, to learn and be around like minded people.
Returning for the fourth year is the National Honor Society (NHS) sponsored drive, Hope for the Holidays; a drive that raises money to buy presents for underprivileged families in the school and community during the holiday season.