Coppell Student Media

Arndt’s passion for art integrates into teaching career

Arndt’s passion for art integrates into teaching career

Lili Lomas, Staff Writer

January 26, 2016


Filed under Student Life

Babe’s Chicken Dinner House in Frisco is home to not only famous, family style country food but also artwork by Coppell High School’s Special Education teacher Deb Arndt.   Arndt was always recognized as a girl for her talent in painting. In high school, she showcased her paintings in...

Public library hosts Read to Rover

May 16, 2013


Filed under News Blog

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer On May 18, the William T. Cozby Public Library will host Read to Rover, a reading program for elementary school students. Unlike many reading programs, Read to Rover involves children reading to specially trained dogs. The program's goal is to strengthen the literacy s...

Chiesta! provides fun, animal friendly event for animal lovers of Coppell

April 10, 2013


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By Caroline Carter Staff Writer There is a reason why dogs are called a man's best friend. They are lovable, playful and always ready for an adventure. On April 20, the Chihuahua Rescue and Transport will be holding a Chiesta! at Andy Brown Park East. It is the perfect event for all animal lovers,...

D Magazine searches for cutest dog in Dallas

January 25, 2013


Filed under Entertainment Blog, News Blog

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Earlier this year, D Magazine asked its readers to submit photos of their dogs in order for their beloved pets to be entered into a contest. After receiving 100s of reader submissions, D Magazine has complied a group of 32 furry friends that will compete for the title of...

Coppell Dog Park plans speeding forward

October 4, 2012


Filed under News Blog

By Tina Huang Staff Writer   Man's best friend may be getting their own park in Coppell. In the past year, a movement to push the City of Coppell to make a dog park has been charging forward with Coppell resident Tracy Allard at its head. Although Coppell has heard of citizen interest...