Student Council will host a sock drive that begins on Tuesday, Jan. 8 and will end on Thursday, Jan. 31. Students who wish to donate must bring new or gently used socks to the collection box outside of the library.
In January of 2019, all Keller ISD high schools will be issuing badges to their students to display while on campus. This is everything you need to know about how the program will work at Timber Creek.
On Nov. 29, Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA), a club for students interested in medical professions, hosted a blood drive with Carter BloodCare, and collected a total of 83 units of blood from 83 students.
Timber Creek is looking for students to participate in University Interscholastic League (UIL) Ready Writing. Ready Writing is a writing event in which students are given two hours to write an expository essay.
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.”
The topic of college can be stressful to any high school student. In order to ease students of those stresses, representatives from the following colleges will set up in the cafeteria to aid students in their search for their perfect school.