Faculty Spotlight: Shereah Taylor

It’s April 2019 and Shereah Taylor is going through withdrawal. No, not that kind. Nothing to do with what one might smoke, snort or swig. Rather, it’s that conflicted, kind of empty feeling that comes when a very long, but very rewarding project reaches an end. Taylor, associate professor and coordinator of TCC South’s Teacher […]

Ozone Action Days – What Are They?

Since the ozone forecast season started in March, the DFW Metroplex has experienced two Ozone Action Days. And as part of the City’s efforts to keep you informed those alerts were posted to the City of Southlake Facebook page. So what is Ozone Action Day? It’s a public notification from the Texas Commission on Environmental […]

Former Astronaut Speaks at TCC South During SER Community Day

The annual SER Community Day, held at TCC South in late March, was not without its problems, but it succeeded in its objective – to inspire young people to work hard and dream big. Buses bringing more than 1,000 middle and high students from 34 schools throughout North Texas ran late, throwing the entire program […]

Say Hello to Summer in Southlake’s June Youth Camps

Summer’s almost here, and we can’t wait to kick it off with some exciting camps for all ages and interests. Our campers will be flying drones, programming robots, designing video games, learning to paint and so much more. You definitely won’t want to miss out on all the fun! You can register online or in […]

City of Southlake and Carroll ISD Strong Partnership

City Council approved an Interlocal Agreement with the Carroll Independent School District (CISD) for the utilization of a fiber optic network at the April 16 City Council meeting. The ten-year agreement is for the shared usage of the existing CISD fiber infrastructure. The network runs underground from DPS North to The Marq Southlake. It is […]

TCC Foundation Receives $10,000 Donation from Professional Aviation Maintenance Association

TCC’s Professional Aviation Maintenance Association (PAMA) scholarship is now $10,000 larger thanks to generous community partners. On the morning of Jan. 14, Curt Landrum, past president of the DFW chapter of PAMA, and Molly Kuhn of Richardson Aviation presented the TCC Foundation with a check for $10,000 to go toward the PAMA Scholarship. This money […]