The custodial staff at Timber Creek is a department that has been for too long overlooked, and senior Emma Dovers decided that it was time to change that, so on Monday April 29, senior Emma Dovers and a few members of HOSA surprised the custodial staff with customized gift baskets.
Operation Unity, the new diversity club on campus, offers support and encouragement to various ethnicities, cultures, races, sexual orientations, and religious beliefs.
From Wednesday, April 24 to Sunday, April 28, 28 students from the Talon, TCTV and Yearbook traveled to Anaheim, CA to attend the National High School Journalism Convention. At the convention, students had the opportunity to attend several different sessions and enter competitions involving their journalistic interests.
In a span of nine months, the yearbook staff took 122,852 pictures to document the entire school year. See which ones the staff picked as their favorites.
Students constantly crave information. Whether it’s about a club, sport, or STAAR testing, the need for information always leads to one place: the Timber Creek Talon.
Lauren Graham was named the Junior Volunteer of the Year by Cook Children’s Medical Center, located in downtown Fort Worth, through the junior volunteer summer program during the summer of 2018.
Two months after his acceptance to the University of Illinois, Elliston officially signed the letter of intent declaring that he is now a member of the men’s wheelchair basketball team.
Former Falcon Angelique Dockendorf, has moved on and is now working to obtain her PhD degree from Baylor University. Dockendorf graduated from Timber Creek as the valedictorian in the class of 2015 and graduated from Baylor with the class of 2018 and discovered her true passion, despite it clashing the path she had already chosen.
Misty Copeland is a ballet dancer at the American Ballet theatre in New york City, who recently became the company’s first African-American woman to be promoted to principal dancer in its 75 year history. She also became the American Ballet Theatre’s first African-American soloist in two decades, and has inspired many young girls and boys in her important work.