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Finding value through pain

Finding value through pain

Tanya Raghu, Enterprise Editor

December 14, 2017


Filed under Enterprise, Showcase

Growing up, if asked what she wanted to be, former Coppell resident Pam Cope did not say a doctor, teacher or astronaut. She said a wife and a mother.   When she made her vows to unconditionally love her husband, Randy Cope, she was sure to fulfill her promise.   Even if it mea...

Sophomores kick off first year of Habitat for Humanity Club with supply drive

Sophomores kick off first year of Habitat for Humanity Club with supply drive

Anthony Cesario, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


Filed under News

Through Dec. 15, the Habitat for Humanity Club at Coppell High School is holding a donation drive to provide supplies to people in need of a decent and affordable home.   Habitat for Humanity partners with people around the world to help them build or improve a house of their own. Its visi...

CISD implementing strategic design efforts to improve community involvement in education

CISD implementing strategic design efforts to improve community involvement in education

Anthony Cesario, Staff Writer

December 5, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

Coppell ISD has announced it is commencing a new set of strategic design efforts which will align visions for the future of the district. Feedback the district receives throughout the process will culminate in a board meeting in June in which the plans for education will come to fruition.   ...

Parker wins Teacher of the Year for charisma, inclusiveness

Parker wins Teacher of the Year for charisma, inclusiveness

Amelia Vanyo and Claire Clements

December 4, 2017


Filed under News

Coppell High School Physical Education and Outdoor Adventures teacher Bill Parker set the crystal ball on his desk. “Anytime you’re confused about your grades, ask the ball, that’s where they come from.”   Parker is engaging in the way he interacts with students, and his charisma as...

KCBY wins Best Newscast at Lone Star Emmy Awards

KCBY wins Best Newscast at Lone Star Emmy Awards

Anthony Cesario, Staff Writer

November 16, 2017


Filed under News, Showcase

The hard work of many aspiring journalists at Coppell High School has always been evident in the news broadcast program, KCBY. This week, however, the efforts of KCBY have been recognized statewide.   On Saturday, at the Lone Star Emmy Awards at the JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Reso...

Blurred circumstances: From campus to company, consequences for vaping cross loose lines

Blurred circumstances: From campus to company, consequences for vaping cross loose lines

Amelia Vanyo, Editor-In-Chief

November 9, 2017


Filed under Enterprise, News, Showcase

The thick, sweet fruity smell fills my head as I step into the bathroom. A girl swipes at the air and slyly pockets a silver device as the space in front of her becomes smudged and blurry.   The problem staring Coppell in the face: A look into roadblocks associated with reinforcement of rules ...

Election Day allows for Coppell residents voices to be heard

Election Day allows for Coppell residents voices to be heard

Claire Clements, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017


Filed under News

American citizens got the chance to have their voices be heard, on Tuesday as elections were held all across the country, whether for new leaders, such as Governors in states such as Virginia or New Jersey, to voting for constitutional amendments, such as Texas.   In Lakeside Elementary School, Mockingbird E...

Building confidence

Building confidence

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


Filed under News

Thanks to the self defense classes held at the police department, the women living in Coppell have felt more safe and secure for 16 years. Classes are held every fall and spring and the dates and vary from year to year. “It’s important for a woman to know how to defend herself or at the very least ...

Coppell Rewind: A flashback to iconic points of interest, historical establishments

Coppell Rewind: A flashback to iconic points of interest, historical establishments

Lili Lomas and Christine Zacuai

October 31, 2017


Filed under Enterprise, News

Coppell, Texas. A city now synonymous with oversized T-shirts and George Coffee + Provisions, was once a small farming community centered around today’s Grapevine Springs Park. Since the city’s humble beginnings in the early 1880s, it has seen tremendous growth in population, land and business y...

Honing in on honesty

Honing in on honesty

Nishant Medicharla, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017


Filed under News

The class sighs in frustration as its teacher removes yesterday's test scores from the grade book. Now, because one student cheated on the exam, the entire class is in a bind.   This scenario is coming up more often around Coppell High School. Teachers continue to report students for academic...

Choir students represent Coppell High School at All-State

Choir students represent Coppell High School at All-State

Claire Clements, Staff Writer

October 27, 2017


Filed under News

  Nearly 50 students from Coppell High School are representing the dedication and talent of the choir program at the Texas Music Educators Association All-State Choir Regional Auditions following their district auditions.   The district auditions were held on Sept. 23 at Creekview High S...

Board meeting discusses future of Coppell schools

Board meeting discusses future of Coppell schools

Claire Clements, Staff Writer

October 26, 2017


Filed under CISD Board Meetings, News

After conducting a community poll and forming a naming committee, the Coppell ISD Board of Trustees elected to table its decision for the naming of the district’s new ninth grade campus and middle school at Monday’s meeting at the Vonita White Administration Building.   Susie Kemp returns to the Board as she was sworn i...

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