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Police cracking down on drunk drivers in Coppell

Dec. 19, On-campus school officer Ricky Jimenez explains to junior Kyle Ash how wearing the fatal vision googles impairs your vision and how standardized field sobriety test works in science teacher Susan Shepperd's forensic science class. Photo by Rowan Khazendar.

January 9, 2013

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor While the rest of us were celebrating with our families during the 2012 holiday season, the Coppell and Carrollton police departments teamed up to ensure that drivers hadn't been getting too festive. The two cities entered a partnership campaign that would all...

Problems with drugs, alcohol and controversy surrounding Crimestoppers affect Coppell

February 25, 2011

Coleman Armes Staff Writer Recently drug and alcohol issues have attracted extra attention due to Crimestoppers and Coppell Crime Commission partnership. The recent problems with these issues have brought out many opinions about the problem and how it can be stopped. CHS Principal Brad Hunt has not shied away from facing these problems. He rea...

Principal Hunt does not shy away from current problems in recent newsletter

February 7, 2011

Coleman Armes Staff Writer It seems that recently much of the talk at Coppell High School has been about drugs, alcohol and students' recent struggles with these. Principal Hunt did not try to hide this, but, instead, addressed it head-on in his recent February newsletter. In the newsletter, Hunt...

Teen Leadership experiences faux intoxication

May 26, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer As drug and alcohol abuse grows rampant among teenagers, Coppell High School’s freshmen Teen Leadership/Health classes take initiative to give students a first-hand experience on what drunk driving is like. On May 5, freshmen Teen Leadership/ Health classes took a step out into the hall and into the shoes of a drunk driver ...

SADD prepares for Red Ribbon Week

October 20, 2009

In preparation for the upcoming Red Ribbon week, SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) have begun preparing themes and decorations to place around the school in order to raise awareness about drunken decisions while driving. The themes for next week involve: Friends Don't Let Friends Do Drugs...