Sponsor: Jason Theodorakos Room: Library Meeting Times: Before school on Late Start days
ACT COUNTS! provides ongoing support to all students taking the ACT. The goal of ACT COUNTS! is to make college more attainable and affordable for all students at Timberland! This group meets quarterly to prepare students and practice for the ACT. Please contact Dr. Theodorakos to get involved.
Sponsor: Mr. Hancock Room: 253 Meeting Times: First Monday of each month during Green Den Time
Students watch different types of anime and play anime-themed games and video games.
Sponsor: Crystal Wing Room: 214 or VIRTUAL (214artclub) Meeting Times: 2nd and 4th Monday of each month during Green Den Time and 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month after school
We make art and help others enjoy art. It is up to the students in the art club to determine the projects they would like to work on for the year.
The following ensembles are available for our Timberland students to be a part of: Marching Wolves, Symphonic Band, Concert Band, Jazz Band, Pep Band, Percussion, Solos and Ensembles, Color Guard & Winter Guard.
Sponsor: Warren Honore Room: 158 Meeting Times: Once a month on Wednesday during Blue Den Time
To form a community where minority students can get together and discuss topics pertaining to them, alongside the majority of students. Also to help educate all students on the black experience and how they can change the world we live in for the benefit of everyone; not just the majority. This club will allow students the opportunity to develop facilitation skills and organize activities to engage the student body in learning more about those oppressed or targeted.
This group creates the regular school news broadcasts shown in Pack Time! If interested in joining, please talk with your counselor about adding the class at semester, or next year!
Follow us on Twitter @Broadcast_THS
Sponsor: Paige Abert Room: 215 Meeting Times: 2nd and 3rd Tuesdays of each month during Green Den Time
The intent of Captain’s Council is to have a process in developing leaders within our athletic programs and allow student-athletes to grow in their leadership skills here in the Timberland Community. Student athletes will better their leadership skills, develop positive characteristics and confidence, and prepare themselves for after high school; both as athletes and in life. Members of Captain’s Council are nominated by coaches. Please speak to your coach if you are interested.
The mission of CHADS Ambassadors is to help develop a culture where all students feel safe, supported and included in the high school environment. The objectives of this organization include increasing awareness, understanding and acceptance of mental health issues; teaching how to identify, manage and recover from distress by learning and using healthy coping skills; encouraging distressed peers to reach out to trusted adults.