Operation Unity, the new diversity club on campus, offers support and encouragement to various ethnicities, cultures, races, sexual orientations, and religious beliefs.
Keller ISD’s annual Chad Powell Special Olympics Track Meet and the 2nd Annual Walk, Run, Push Special Needs Fun Run and 5K will take place Wednesday, March 27. Volunteers for the event are still needed and service hours can be earned.
The prestigious Westminster Choir of Princeton, New Jersey stopped by Timber Creek this past Wednesday, Jan. 16 to perform for the Varsity and Chamber Choirs. Being one of the top choir colleges in America, this campus visit was the chance of a lifetime for aspiring musicians.
The goal of the Art & Literature Magazine is to share Timber Creek’s various identities through creative art and writing. We hope to shine a light on any of those who may be hiding in the shadows or wearing a mask to cover up who they truly are.
To many people, creative writing appears to be nothing more than an extension of academic writing – an activity people despise and gain absolutely no joy from. But for others, creative writing is just as important as the air they breathe.
Remember that week in elementary school where we learned all about cup stacking? Trey Griffith, a freshman at Timber Creek, is the fastest cup stacker in the entire state of Texas and has competed in competitions worldwide.
Submissions for the Fall 2018 Art and Literature Magazine will be open from Oct. 16 – Nov. 16 and are open to all Timber Creek students. We hope to include a variety of literary and artistic pieces, anything from short stories, poems, song lyrics, drawings, paintings, sculptures, digital art, photography and so much more.