According to the Environmental Protection Agency, 75% of American Waste is recyclable, while Americans only recycle 30% of the waste. Recycling helps reduce usage, refining, and extracting energy. While many Americans recycle, not many recycle right. There are many unknown rules and steps to recycle that people are not aware […]
On Feb. 12, 2021 from 10:30 A.M. to 10:30 P.M. at Panda Express, the Junior Class of 2022 will host a spirit night. The spirit night can be located at 9013 North Freeway Fort Worth, TX 76177. When ordering patrons are required to show this flyer for 20% of the […]
On May 13, 1985 Philadelphia became known as the city that bombed itself. MOVE, a radical black liberation group, was the target of this bombing. MOVE was founded by John Africa in 1972. The organization’s headquarters was located on 6221 Osage Avenue. The purpose of the organization was to work […]
Students are now able to change their form of learning for the final semester. Students are able to go from Online to In-Person, as well as from In-Person to Online as seen best fit by their family.
From Dec. 3-10, members of Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) competed in the District Career Development Conference (CDC) and five students will be representing Timber Creek at the State Career Development Conference from Feb. 8-16. DECA is an organization for Business and Marketing students looking to pursue a career […]
The College Board chose Timber Creek alumna Gracie Baker’s artwork to be featured in the 2020 AP Art and Design Digital Exhibit. The exhibit features 51 international high school artists and many different mediums of art. Over 62,000 portfolios were reviewed to select the artwork for the exhibit, making the […]
As college admissions deadlines approach, seniors are faced with a difficult decision. For those remaining in-state, here are some quick facts for Texas public universities that may make your decision a little simpler.