Texas has sued 15 school districts across the state who have mandated masks in the classroom. This follows Governor Greg Abbott’s threat to sue after his ban on local mask mandates in May. Currently 108 districts are defying the order.
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This year’s Video Music Awards (VMA’s) were held on Sept. 12, hosted by Doja Cat on MTV. The numerous outfits on the carpet however were nearly just as talked about as the awards. It may not be the Met Gala, but opinions can surface throughout the media judged off of initial presentation and execution. This years standards were even higher coming out of the pandemic.
On Sept. 21, 2021, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Kendra Scott will be hosting a giveback benefit event in support of Timber Creek Sky Dancers. The event will take place in Southlake Town Square, 321 Grand Ave West, Southlake, TX 76092. Click here to RSVP.
Submissions are now open for the Fall 2021 edition of FLIGHT, Timber Creek’s Art and Literary Magazine. This season’s theme is “Entwined: Together We Bloom.”
Homecoming nominations were released here on Friday, Sept. 10. Voting for Homecoming Court will be on Tuesday, Sept. 14, and Wednesday, Sept. 15 on the Talon during all lunches. Read below to meet your senior court and why they’re running.
longside head coach Allison Neeley and new assistant coach Susan Pattison, are three new officers for the season. Junior, Aiden Smith is this year’s secretary, junior, Lara Anderson as vice president, while senior Jules Elliott is this year’s president.
Cailey Li is a senior at Timber Creek High and was selected to be a student leader of Bank of America. Li was chosen along with 300 other students across America; she was one of the three chosen form the Dallas Worth Area. The Bank of America Student Leadership program connects students with community organizations and gives them an opportunity to show their leadership skills and expand their experience.
Shovani Shrestha and Courtni Culbertson are co-founders of the Storytellers Archive, a student led organization dedicated to promoting literacy in the community.
Just like anything else, style and fashion have stood the test of time. Decades upon decades of fashion have influenced future times, sometimes even going as far as to bring back older styles. Senior Ethan Hyatt takes some of these past influences to heart, which shows through his outfits.
During a time when it’s difficult to connect to one another due to the pandemic, finding different ways to keep in touch and interact with others can be uplifting. For Melissa Taylor’s class, communicating to other classes across the courtyard via sticky notes was one way to connect with students.