Coppell Student Media

  • Commitment form for third nine weeks is available today for those changing their commitments, due Dec. 9
  • Dec. 11 is an early dismissal day in CISD (Elementary: 12:30 p.m., Middle: 1 p.m., High: 1:40 p.m.)

“Dear Santa”: 28 years of letter writing tradition bonding all walks of life in education

Coppell High School seniors Samuel Madhanmohan and Yuvraj Thakur work with Cottonwood Creek Elementary kindergarten student Prosper to write letters to Santa during Kim Pearce’s second period AP English IV class. Kindergarteners and first graders came from Cottonwood Creek Elementary on Dec. 7 to write letters to santa with AP English students.
Christine Zacuai, Executive News Editor December 14, 2018

Despite the boisterous and lively clamor, Coppell High School senior Sam Madhanmohan remains quiet.     “It feels like just yesterday,” Madhanmohan said.   Remembering his first-ever...

Open enrollment brings new students to CISD

Open enrollment brings new students to CISD
September 25, 2011

By Kelly Stewart Opinions Editor CISD elementary schools are seeing some new faces this year with the help of Open Enrollment. A plan implemented by the board of directors to increase enrollment...

Improving the district through bonds: the CISD plan

May 15, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor Coppell Independent School District is looking to improve the condition of facilities and programs throughout the district through replacing air conditioning and heating...

Cottonwood Creek students visit high school for help with Santa letters

December 11, 2009

By Divya Kumar News Editor On Dec. 9, the Cottonwood Creek Elementary kindergarteners and first graders came up to Coppell High School for their annual visit. The elementary schoolers were presented...

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...

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