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Mixed signals about cell phone use in classrooms

January 25

Filed under Opinions

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer At the beginning of each school year, students go to their classes for the first time to meet their new teachers and receive a syllabus. At this time, students are told each teacher’s cell phone...

Earth Space Science classes gaze at the stars

January 23

Filed under News

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer Tonight, students from Earth Space Science (ESS) classes met up at the CHS student parking lot to socialize, eat hot dogs, burgers and tofu burgers. While the friends and food were fun, the students...

Students and teachers to observe MLK Day

January 16

Filed under News Blog

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer With semester exams ending on Friday, students will have an extra day to sleep in and decompress after a stressful week of studying and test taking. On Monday, Jan. 21, CISD will have a holiday...

Semester exams arrive next week

January 9

Filed under News Blog

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer This time rolls around twice every school year, it is filled with students cramming in as much studying as possible, drinking caffeine and stressing over the upcoming tests in each class on their...

Tips to stay healthy during cold and flu season

December 12

Filed under News

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer With Christmas break just around the corner, the winter sniffles and illnesses are already in full force at Coppell High School. It is important to stay healthy around this time of year, and...

St. Ann’s to hold annual Nativity scene

December 5

Filed under News Blog

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer Throughout the holiday season many churches will host nativity scenes, but St. Ann's Catholic Parish, located across the street from New Tech High will be hosting a live Nativity scene for the ...

Petition for Texas secession gains national attention

November 14

Filed under News Blog

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer After the reelection of President Barack Obama, many Americans have started petitions in their state to secede from the union, while many states have petitions, not as many have exploded as much...

Drowsy Chaperone, nears final weekend

October 31

Filed under News Blog

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer The Coppell Theater Department and crew have been working extremely hard for its fall production of "The Drowsy Chaperone." The play has been open to the public for public viewing for almost a we...

Old power plant imploded after 48 years

October 16

Filed under News Blog

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer The final tower of the 48 year old Lumiant power plant that once stood along Beltline Road in Coppell, was demolished early in the morning of Thursday, Oct. 4. The first tower of the old power...

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