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  • Freshman center principal Cody Koontz announced and recognized at Monday CISD Board Meeting.

  • George Coffee + Provisions set to open this spring in Old Town Coppell.

  • CISD plans to switch from Dallas ISD to Durham school busses, effective Aug. 1.

DECA district competition offers glimpse into business world, emphasizes sociability

DECA district competition offers glimpse into business world, emphasizes sociability

Kelly Wei, Staff Writer
January 23
Filed under News

1/24/17: Tournament scores and results have been released. 44 out of 48 CHS DECA competitors will be moving on to state, successfully surpassing the team's initial goal of 90 percent advancement.   Alahari, Swapnika Ammaresh, Lekhitha Atluri, Maurya Bayanmunkh, Sarah B...

2017 CHS Science Fair results released, include over 60 underclassmen winners

2017 CHS Science Fair results released, include over 60 underclassmen winners

Sakshi Venkatraman, Executive News Editor
January 23
Filed under News

On Thursday, hundreds of freshman and sophomore science students entered their triboards in the annual Coppell High School Science Fair. Of those who entered, 64 projects were selected as either first, second or third place winners and will be moving on to the 2017 Beal Bank Dallas Regional S...

Women’s March on Austin brings tens of thousands of advocates to state Capitol (with video)

Women’s March on Austin brings tens of thousands of advocates to state Capitol (with video)

Meara Isenberg, Editor-in-Chief
January 23
Filed under News, Showcase

AUSTIN - A flood of signs poured through South Congress Avenue on Saturday morning, held by approximately 50,000 demonstrators during the Women’s March on Austin. The sea of women’s rights and civil rights advocates chanted “this is what democracy looks like” as they marched back towards the C...

BPA regional competition yields fun for participants, recognition for CHS

BPA regional competition yields fun for participants, recognition for CHS

Akila Muthukumar, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under News, Showcase

Coppell High School students in the Business Professionals of America club have been preparing for competition since early October by creating presentations, learning to use new softwares, taking practice tests and rehearsing presentations with team members. On Saturday January 14, Coppell High School stu...

New Life Safety Park to host Grand Opening in Old Town

New Life Safety Park to host Grand Opening in Old Town

Tara Ansari, Staff writer
January 19
Filed under News

The vision to provide for the health, safety and quality of life of fellow citizens of Coppell has been created with the newly facilitated Coppell Life Safety Park.   This park includes a controlled and safe learning environment and hands-on learning experiences to teach safety procedures to childr...

Presidential Inauguration at CHS: What you need to know

Presidential Inauguration at CHS: What you need to know

Meara Isenberg, Editor-in-Chief
January 19
Filed under News, Showcase

Tomorrow, at approximately 10:30 a.m. Central Standard Time, the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, will be projected on televisions and devices across the nation. Coppell High School, however, is treating the screening of President-Elect Trump’s big day with th...

Imposters in the newsroom: Fake news sweeps nation, confuses readers

Imposters in the newsroom: Fake news sweeps nation, confuses readers

Amelia Vanyo, Staff Writer
January 17
Filed under News

Scrolling through one’s timeline on Twitter or Facebook, one might come across news article after news article. One might click on one and read about it. One might then go and talk about it with friends. News is a big part of people’s lives; it is interlaced with their daily conversations and g...

Town Hall meeting addresses unanswered questions regarding freshman center, new middle school

Town Hall meeting addresses unanswered questions regarding freshman center, new middle school

Meara Isenberg, Editor-in-Chief
January 12
Filed under News, Showcase

On Tuesday evening, the seats in the Coppell Middle School West auditorium were filled with inquisitive parents, waiting to hear about the future of their students at the new middle school and ninth grade center. The town hall meeting touched on areas from construction to curriculum, and left the...

City Council meeting blurs fence between community, city (with video)

City Council meeting blurs fence between community, city (with video)

Emma Cummins, Executive Editorial Page Editor
January 11
Filed under Coppell City Council Meetings, News, Showcase

The voice of public was alive and well last night at the Coppell City Council meeting.   The Council was set to consider approval of the existing eight foot high chain link fence with barbed wire at at Coppell Middle School North. This is a contentious issue and several concerned citizens came...

North Texas experiences first snowfall of season Friday

North Texas experiences first snowfall of season Friday

Sakshi Venkatraman, Executive News Editor
January 9
Filed under News

On Friday, Coppell was struck with its first taste of wintery weather since March 2015.   The brief snowfall, which Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport recorded at approximately one-tenth of an inch, was enough to cause several traffic incidences in the DFW area, including one just outside the parking lot of Coppell High School. ...

Block schedule pilot wraps up on cold winter day (part 3 of 3)

Block schedule pilot wraps up on cold winter day (part 3 of 3)

Amelia Vanyo, Staff Writer
January 7
Filed under News

Coppell High School finished it’s last day on the block schedule pilot with a positive outlook for the next year. Not only were students, teachers and administration encouraged by the schedule's overall success, but parents expressed appreciation of the schedule as well. “I actually talked to a c...

Campus warms up to pilot schedule after slow morning commute (part 2 of 3)

Campus warms up to pilot schedule after slow morning commute (part 2 of 3)

Amelia Vanyo, Staff Writer
January 6
Filed under News

The modified block schedule pilot entered it’s second day on Thursday and students and staff settled in to the changes. “I like it because if I get into a good pattern, I will focus and I will have longer to get work done,” sophomore Nick Kader said. However, as day two began at Coppell Hig...

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