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  • Students that failed classes last semester will be getting a letter in the mail that requires them to come to school in person
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Girard’s return to district reunites old partnership

Coppell High School assistant principal Brandon Girard dances on the senior bridge before school with English III teacher Sean Smith and honors chemistry teacher Courtney Crosby on Oct. 16. Girard returned to Coppell ISD after four years in Brookings, SD.
Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager October 23, 2020

After returning to Coppell ISD from four years in Brookings, SD, Coppell High School assistant principal Brandon Girard felt like he was coming home. Girard is not new to an administrative position...

Porter’s route to high school campus stems from love of languages

Coppell High School assistant principal Zane Porter greets students before school on Aug. 28 in the main hallway. Porter became one of the assistant principals for CHS in May after teaching at New Tech High @ Coppell for four years. Photo by Nandini Muresh
Akhila Gunturu, CHS9 Editor September 30, 2020

As a sophomore at Lake Havasu High School in Arizona, Coppell High School assistant principal Zane Porter began his literary journey by reading The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck in his honors English...

Q&A: Classroom to office: Vaughn returns to Coppell as assistant principal

CHS9 assistant principal Chase Vaughn visits with freshmen Sam Ko and Pranav Swarna while on bus duty after school on Oct. 26. Vaughn has returned to Coppell ISD, and has worked at Coppell Middle School North in 2008 and Coppell High School in 2010 as a teacher and coach.
Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor October 30, 2018

Before working at Coppell Middle School North in 2008 and Coppell High School in 2010 as a social studies teacher and coach, CHS9 administrator Chase Vaughn worked in three other districts: Lago Vista,...

One step at a time: Osbornes combat Crohn’s through upcoming school walk

Coppell High School assistant principal Cindi Osborne with son Ryne Osborne, who has Crohn’s disease, a rare illness that affects the digestive tract, in her office in Student Services South during eighth period on Sept. 12. A CHS team to participate in the Crohn’s and Colitis Fort Worth Takes Steps walk has been organized by Instructional Coach Derryl Lee to raise money and awareness for the illness. The walk will be held on Sept. 29 in Trinity Park in Fort Worth.
Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor September 20, 2018

After staying in the hospital during August with her son Ryne Osborne, who has been diagnosed with a rare illness, Coppell High School assistant principal Cindi Osborne returned to CHS in September with...

Getting to know Ms. Thomas

September 4, 2014

This year, Coppell High School students are experiencing an immense amount of change, both in the classroom and throughout the campus. Part of that change is new 11th grade assistant principal Jamila Thomas....

Kayla Brown

Kayla Brown
January 25, 2013

For Kayla Brown, assistant principal for students 10th-12th grade, last names F-K, this is her first year at CHS. Although she is new to CHS, she is not new to jobs in education. This is Brown’s 9th...

Michael Williams

Michael Williams
January 23, 2013

The friendly face of Michael Williams is well known through the halls of Coppell High School. Williams serves as one of CHS’ six assistant principals. He is in charge of freshmen with last names L-Z...

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