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State of the District: Hunt discloses upcoming policy, renovations, more (with video)

Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor April 2, 2019

Coppell Student Media had the opportunity to sit down with Coppell ISD Superintendent Brad Hunt in an interview discussing various district topics, including campus renovation, district policy, new...

Coppell High School requires students to wear their school ID on them or on their backpack. Before entering class, teachers are to insure their students have their lanyards with their own ID or get a temporary ID.

On the Spot: Campus cracks down on lanyard policy

Lili Lomas, Sports Editor January 29, 2018 Walking into school this morning, students were greeted by a blockade of administrators at the bottom of the main hallway.   Coppell High School associate principal...

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

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...

Graphic by Manu Garikipati.

Controversy on texas campuses as “Campus Carry” legalized

Thomas Rousseau, Staff Writer March 31, 2016

Guns have been a hot button topic at college campuses due to the shootings in Oregon and others in Texas still in recent memory. There are many proposals to solve this, but many claim that the gun-free...

Final Renaissance adds to end of year excitement

May 18, 2012

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer Every six weeks, students who excel in their classes get to rake in their rewards by having a Renaissance lunch.  Renaissance differentiates between those who get all...

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