Coppell Student Media

Late CISD school buses caused by more factors than meet the eye

Late CISD school buses caused by more factors than meet the eye

Sakshi Venkatraman, News Editor

February 22, 2016


Filed under Enterprise, News

With Coppell ISD’s reach growing larger by the year, the community is more dependent on school buses than ever before.   However, within the 2015-16 school year, CISD buses have gained notoriety among students, parents and faculty for their late arrival times and late pickup times. &n...

Suresh sisters present a new topic for healthcare

Suresh sisters present a new topic for healthcare

Kathryn Rudd, Staff Writer

February 19, 2016


Filed under Enterprise, News, Showcase

  School clubs are a great way to find your passions and give you a niche in the midst of the busy day to day student life. The Health Occupation Student Association (HOSA) has been providing an outlet for students who want to chase after their calling of going into the medical field. &nbs...

CHS Counselors ease the stress of a new semester (with Q&A)

CHS Counselors ease the stress of a new semester (with Q&A)

Briana Thomas, Staff Writer

February 9, 2016


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By Briana Thomas Staff Writer The dawn of a new semester has arrived. For students at Coppell High School, first semester grades are now locked in, finalized and set in stone. But future classes have yet to be decided. The overwhelming sensation of choosing classes for a new semester has managed...

Upadhyayula’s rewarding spelling career comes to an end

Upadhyayula’s rewarding spelling career comes to an end

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer

February 3, 2016


Filed under Enterprise, News, Showcase

Through the grueling hours of memorization, strenuous concentrating and stressful moments during competitions, the arduous, yet rewarding spelling career of Coppell Middle School West eighth grader Smrithi Upadhyayula has reached its end.   The fruits of Upadhyayula’s labor are not only ...

A chance to give back

A chance to give back

Riley Galloway, Staff Writer

February 3, 2016


Filed under Enterprise, News, Showcase

Twice each school year, Coppell High School Red Jackets hosts a blood drive with partner Carter BloodCare. This year blood drive is scheduled for Feb. 12. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the small gym.     Donating blood is the perfect way to give back. According to American Red Cross, every two seconds some...

The Challenger disaster: 30 years later

The Challenger disaster: 30 years later

Aisha Espinosa and Pranathi Chitta

January 28, 2016


Filed under Enterprise, News, Showcase

“ I remember it really really well because, one of my teachers, and he was also my assistant baseball coach, was the other finalist, along with Christa McAuliffe, to be the teacher on the space shuttle.

The helpful companion; wearable technology grows prevalent with students

The helpful companion; wearable technology grows prevalent with students

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer

January 22, 2016


Filed under Enterprise, News

Through football practice, the school day and sleeping, a smart tracker could become a student’s most helpful friend.   Other than tracking steps, calculating stairs climbed, keeping tabs on water intake and saving allotted calories, this gadget has typically becomes an important tool with mai...

Igniting a passion for math by taking a look from a different perspective

Igniting a passion for math by taking a look from a different perspective

Tanya Raghu, Staff Writer

January 16, 2016


Filed under Enterprise, News

  Even after following his calling to pursue a liberal arts degree, John Watkins found himself in the field of mathematics along with embracing his passion to teach.   After graduating from Baylor University, Watkins immediately started a career in teaching literature, history, theol...