Both the Timber Creek Falcons and their starting quarterback Jacob Porter were crowned victorious in their 2021 Homecoming game, with the team toppling West Mesquite High School 40-35 and Porter crowned Homecoming King.
Homecoming week festivities continued on Thursday afternoon as the underclassmen and staff members for Timber Creek’s 2021 Homecoming Court were crowned at the Sept. 16, 2021 Pep Rally.
Timber Creek’s Parent Teacher Student Association continued their Homecoming tradition of providing mums and garters for some special students at TCHS.
The 2021 Super Sweet Homecoming Parade wrapped around Timberland Road with floats filled with candies and sweets. The carnival took place shortly after with TCFM Dj-ing and club organized booths for everyone to enjoy and participate in.
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.
From dances to parades, carnivals and theme days, here’s Everything You Need to Know About Timber Creek Homecoming for 2021.
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.
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.