• Timber Creek High School 2024-2025

    From Student Handbook and Code of Conduct

    Vehicles on Campus

    A student has full responsibility for the security and content of his or her vehicle parked on district property and must make certain that it is locked and that the keys are not given to others. [See also the Student Code of Conduct.]

    Any vehicles parked on district property are under the jurisdiction of the district. School officials may search any vehicle any time there is reasonable suspicion to do so, with or without the permission of the student. If a vehicle subject to search is locked, the student will be asked to unlock the vehicle. If the student refuses, the student’s parent will be contacted. If a search is also refused by the student’s parent, the district will turn the matter over to law enforcement. The district may, in certain circumstances, contact law enforcement even if permission to search is granted.

    School rules and the authority of the district to administer discipline apply whenever the interest of the district is involved, on or off school grounds, in conjunction with or independent of classes and school-sponsored activities.

    The district has disciplinary authority over a student.

    The following discipline management techniques may be used alone, in combination, or as part of progressive interventions for behavior prohibited by the Student Code of Conduct or by campus or classroom rules:

    Withdrawal of privileges, such as participation in extracurricular activities, parking, eligibility for seeking and holding honorary offices, or membership in school-sponsored clubs and organizations.



    Any vehicles parked on Keller ISD school property are under the jurisdiction of the school.

    • The school reserves the right to search any vehicle if reasonable cause exists to do so.
      • Searches of vehicles may be conducted anytime there is reasonable cause to do so, with or without presence of the student.
      • A student has full responsibility for the security of his/her vehicle and must make certain it is locked and that the keys to the vehicles are not given to others.
      A student will be held responsible for any prohibited objects or substances such as alcohol, drugs, and weapons that are found in his/her car and will be subject to disciplinary action by Keller ISD, as well as referred for possible criminal prosecution.
      • Any student wishing to park a vehicle on a Keller ISD parking lot must request a parking permit prior to driving a car on campus.
      • A parking fee, determined by the Superintendent or designee, may be assessed. Parking permits may be issued throughout the year as long as space is available.
      • Sharing parking permits is not permitted.
      • A student must display a VALID driver’s license, proof of insurance and car make, model and license plate number to be able to purchase a parking permit.
      • Any student parked in a handicapped parking space, without a handicapped parking permit, in a striped area, or in any other space than designated for students and particular grade level, is subject to his/her vehicle being towed, ticket and may lose parking privileges.
      • Any type of reckless driving (excessive speeding, driving over curbs, etc.) on Timber Creek High School property at any time (school day/non-school day) will result in automatic suspension of driving privileges.
      • Timber Creek High School will NOT refund parking pass fees to students who have had their driving privileges suspended.
      • Lost or stolen hang/parking tags will have to be replaced at full cost.

      Students are expected to follow the expectations and if not, the following consequences will occur:

      1st Offense: Written Warning and/or Verbal Warning
      2nd Offense: Vehicle immobilized, $25.00 removal fee or other discipline may be implemented
      3rd Offense: Driving privileges will be revoked from KISD property. If vehicle is found to be on KISD property, vehicle will be towed off at owner’s expense.