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Coppell Student Media

The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

The official student news site of Coppell High School

Coppell Student Media

Many students have participated in the trend of “canceling” people, but they don’t recognize how detrimental “canceling” someone or being “canceled” can be. The Sidekick staff writer Anushree De explains the negative effects of cancel culture in school.

Let’s cancel “cancel culture”

Anushree De, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

Among the hushed whispers of school corridors, a familiar phrase passes through my ears: “They’re canceled.”  Canceled is a term that’s use has substantially increased in recent years, disseminated...

Operation Serve DFW members Jiya Patel, a junior at Coppell High School, and Meghana Chinta, a junior at Lewisville High School, discuss future club projects over coffee at Starbucks in Coppell. Operation Serve DFW is a volunteering organization started in June by Coppell High School junior Dilan Patel and Chinta.

Serving the community one operation at a time

Maya Palavali, Staff Writer November 2, 2021

Though June 5. of this year may have been a normal day to most, for a small group of students, it was a start for a volunteer organization that would change their lives.  Volunteering is not an...

Coppell residents Narisa and Nyra James play the xylophone in the music and movement area of the Biodiversity Education Center during EarthFest on Saturday. EarthFest is an annual family-friendly event hosted by the City of Coppell to provide a platform for environmental education.

EarthFest attracts Coppell’s environmentally conscious

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager April 28, 2021

The Biodiversity Education Center (BEC) is located in Wagon Wheel Park. On Saturday, Coppell residents can attend EarthFest at the BEC to learn about composting, recycling and environmental conservation.

EarthFest providing platform for environmental education

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager April 22, 2021

As preserving ecosystems becomes more of a concern, local activists are taking steps to educate community members on environmental conservation.  In this vein, the Coppell Nature Park is hosting EarthFest...

Coppell residents stretch to cool down today at Andy Brown Park East during the charity workout held by Get You In Shape Fitness. Donations go to the Taylor Storch Memorial Scholarship, which was founded by the family of the former Coppell Middle School East eighth grader Taylor Storch after her death in 2010.

“Purpose out of pain”: Charity workout honors Storch’s legacy

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager April 17, 2021

On Monday, the late Taylor Storch would have turned 25 years old. Instead, her life was cut short by a fatal skiing accident in 2010 before she had the chance to graduate middle school.  In her memory,...

Stonemeade Estates is covered in snow on Sunday. Coppell High School administrators are supporting students and faculty through the power outages caused by the freezing temperatures.

Administration providing off-campus support during power outages

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager February 19, 2021

For the past week, Coppell residents have been living with inconsistent power outages due to freezing temperatures. The Coppell High School administrative team is working to provide support to teachers...

Coppell ISD Trustee Leigh Walker discusses improving community engagement during the livestream of the CISD Board meeting on Monday. The meeting addressed the district’s focus on new communication and updates with the podcast.

District expanding community engagement with podcast, video series

Trisha Atluri, Advertising/Circulation Manager September 29, 2020

On Thursday, Coppell ISD launched the We Value podcast, available on all streaming services. New episodes will be released on the last Thursday of every month.  Each episode aims to share local examples...

From Sept. 7-9, the St. Ann Catholic Parish hosted its annual carnival right outside of the church on Samuel Blvd. Since 1993, families flock to the carnival every year to enjoy themselves on rides and eat a variety of food.

Despite rain, community enjoys annual St. Ann’s carnival

Sofia Guerrero, Student Life Editor September 12, 2018

The St. Ann Catholic Parish hosted its annual carnival this weekend, but this year was slightly different. Rain boots replaced sneakers and umbrellas made an appearance as well.   As they say,...

You can’t miss these DFW events this fall season

You can’t miss these DFW events this fall season

Tara Ansari, Staff Writer November 27, 2017

From chili festivals, concerts, ice skating, all the way to train exhibits; this DFW fall season is bringing many entertaining activities for its fellow citizens. Are you ready for the full force of holiday...

The Coppell Chamber of Commerce and Frost Bank hosted the eighth annual Taste of Coppell event last Sunday at the Four Points by Sheraton. Thirty-five restaurants and seven vendors participated in the event and the “Top Taste” award was given to  Fast and Furious (F&F) Express Japanese Grill.

New venue Four Points hotel hosts 8th annual Chamber Taste of Coppell event

Tanya Raghu, Enterprise Editor November 15, 2017

As food is a universal and unifying factor all over the world, it is no surprise that the Coppell Chamber of Commerce’s annual Taste of Coppell event continues to grow with restaurants and attendees...

The Coppell Chamber of Commerce will be hosting its 8th annual Taste of Coppell event this Sunday at the Four Points by Sheraton from 4-7 p.m. Local restaurants, event sponsors and businesses will be in attendance, including last year’s Golden Fork winner, Frost Cupcakery; tickets to the event cost $35.

Sample best food of city at Sunday’s 8th annual taste of coppell event

Tanya Raghu , Enterprise Editor November 11, 2017

Food ranging from all cultures, countries and tastes will be brought to Coppell at this Sunday’s 8th Taste of Coppell event from 4-7 p.m., hosted by the Coppell Chamber of Commerce.   Popular...

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