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October 26, 2023

    Shianne Bell

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    Rhea Choudhary
    CHS9 freshman council Shianne Bell hopes to unite students at CHS9. Bell is one of six 2023-24 Student Council executive officers.

    Coppell High School freshman Shianne Bell is the 2023-24 Student Council executive officer. Bell hopes to bring a welcoming atmosphere into CHS9. “I believe in the unity of students, and hope to gain a greater understanding among students”.

    Why did you run for an executive officer position? 

    I thought it would be a great way to get involved with the people I don’t get to talk to at school, and understand what they are going through and see if they need help with anything.

    What is your favorite part about being a student council officer?

    Getting to know the board and spending time with them. They are all so fun and help out with everything, plus we are getting more involved by planning, and decorating the halls with one another.

    What are some challenges you faced while running for office?

    The challenge I faced is thinking of ideas to make the school a better place. I believe the school should be more united, I thought of new activities, and socials that would bring the school together. 

    What have you learned from this role?

    I’m looking to learn to be a mature person, and learn more responsibilities as I move forward in life. 

    How do you want to be remembered as an executive officer? 

    I want people to remember me by my hardships, kindness towards others, and how I like Dr Pepper.



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    Rhea Choudhary is a junior at Coppell High School; she first took a step in D115 in order to pursue photography for The Sidekick. Despite her initial intentions, she is now a second year member, returning as a staff writer. At first, thought she wasn't the best fit for writing, but after deciding to give it a shot, she soon realized that she let her fear keep her from finding what she truly enjoys doing!  As an avid show binger, Rhea’s top three shows include Gossip Girl, Gilmore Girls and One Tree Hill, as she can go on for hours talking about any of them. She also loves watching classic Hindi movies (with lots of iconic songs and actors in them), along with consistently enjoying listening to her 24-hour Bollywood music playlist, on a loop. Her favorite food is drunken noodles and sushi, along with loving any sweets that contain milk chocolate or caramel. As a member of HOSA, Rhea hopes to pursue a future career in medicine, specifically to become an oncologist. Rhea has completed her Bharatanatyam arangetram, a solo debut/graduation, and is still a dedicated dancer. As an only child that keeps the volume in her house very high at all times, Rhea’s number one friend is Teddy Graham, her mini goldendoodle. Feel free to reach Rhea at [email protected] or follow her on X @rhea_choud.

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