Coppell Student Media

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Theater department says action to Take One program

October 27, 2009

By Allie Perison Editor in Chief This year the theater department has opened the curtains on a new program aimed at attracting more freshman participation called Take One. “There needed to be a class where freshmen could congregate together,” Take One instructor Bruce Hermans said. “In the p...

Teacher aide graduates from ‘school of rock’ to CHS

October 27, 2009

By Divya Kumar News Editor When people think of rock stars, the image that often comes to mind is of a lazy, hardcore musician, without a care in the world. When one looks at Brian Rohloff, a history teacher aide and 1998 Coppell High School graduate, the image of rock star does not seem to fit. Rohloff...

Rice brothers shore up the lines

October 27, 2009

by Caitlin Conner Staff Writer For the Coppell Cowboys, every Friday night is a chance to compete for a playoff spot. For brothers Tanner and Sam Rice, it’s a chance to win bragging rights for the next week. Tanner, a junior defensive end, and Sam, a sophomore offensive guard, are the only...

Former CHS student gets crowds pumped as OU mascot

October 26, 2009

Six feet tall, 185 pounds of stampeding fury, Boomer and Sooner have been entertaining fans at school and athletic events since the University of Oklahoma first opened its doors, which was ‘sooner’ than any other university in Oklahoma. CHS 2005 graduate Skyler Fike recently joined the OU tradition. “A...

Dallas Cowboys practice at Buddy Echols Field

October 14, 2009

By Andy Tabor Staff Writer The Dallas Cowboys used the Coppell Cowboys football stadium for Wednesday's practice.  With rain drenching both Cowboy practice fields, Coppell was the best choice for Dallas to use. "Coppell has always been hospitable to the Dallas Cowboys," Public Relations Director Ri...

A Day in the Life of a Senior Image and video hosting by TinyPic

October 5, 2009

Story by Natalie Hill Video by Natalie Hill and Blake Manfre Senioritis is beginning to set in its earliest form as CHS is approaching its second six-week grading period. With college applications underway and an easy work load on campus, senior are realizing that they have a little authority in...

Ready, Set, Teach! students get prepared

October 5, 2009

by Caitlin Conner Staff Writer From their Ron Clark posters hanging in the hallways to the Rachel’s Challenge program they introduced to Coppell High School, Ready, Set Teach! always seems to be involved in something. Throughout the year, students become teachers at various CISD elementary...

Man on the Street: Getting school’s opinions

October 2, 2009

By Chris Nguyen Features Editor                                As a journalist, I get the opportunity to say aloud my opinion on a regular basis out in the public, whether it is on the Web or in the print issues.                 However, many students...

WalkAbout for Autism Image and video hosting by TinyPic

October 2, 2009

Staff Writer Paige Wilson On Sept. 26 the Brent Woodall Foundation hosted their 5th annual WalkAbout for Autism at Andy Brown East. Adults and kids gathered to walk and raise money for the foundation. The Brent Woodall Foundation was created in 2003 by Tracy Pierce Bender. The foundation was dedica...

J Macklin’s thrives in Coppell Image and video hosting by TinyPic

October 2, 2009

Rebecca Neumann Staff Writer Video by Tara Henry, KCBY  Ever wished you could find a place to eat late at night in Coppell? Well now you’re in luck, because a new restaurant has opened that is made specifically for you.                 Todd and Holly Kerr, who own the new...

Larry-Lariette homecoming tradition continues Image and video hosting by TinyPic

October 2, 2009

By Amanda Peck Video by Olivia Scott and Molly Hofehler Being a member of Lariettes for three years guarantees many memories and unforgettable experiences. For me and my friends, the most anticipated event and one talked about long afterwards is the “Larry- Lariette” dance performed at the homecoming...

Debate puts in the hours, reaps reward Image and video hosting by TinyPic

October 2, 2009

by Blake Seitz Sports Editor Back in the narrow recesses of H hall is a classroom, set up traditionally except for several rows of metal shelves along the back wall. On these shelves are blue plastic crates roughly the size of moving boxes, each weighing around 40 pounds and each filled to the...