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Wilcox homebound for retirement after 24 years of helping sick students

Wilcox homebound for retirement after 24 years of helping sick students

January 28, 2013

By Natalie Gilbert Staff Writer Heavy workloads and extra curricular activities makes school hard on even the healthiest of students, but the level of difficulty for students who have disabilities or diseases is taken up a notch. This is where Betsy Wilcox comes into play. Wilcox is an empl...

Public Service Academy under new leadership

New PSA lead Debra Johnson poses in her new classroom. Photo by Rinu Daniel.

September 24, 2012

By Elizabeth Sims Staff Writer The Academies at CHS received an unexpected new leader for the 2012-13 school year. Debra Johnson became the Public Service Academy (PSA) lead after the former lead, Brenda Brinkman, left Coppell High School to become the assistant director for New Tech High at Coppell. “I...

Teachers do their homework for 2012-2013

Teachers do their homework for 2012-2013

September 11, 2012

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer Coppell High School math teacher Ginger Smith acted like many students over the summer, as she hung out with her friends and cleared everything school from her brain.             “Taking a break over the summer to clear my brain is the best thing I did...

Burke foresees a great year for CSM

Burke foresees a great year for CSM

August 28, 2012

By Christina Burke Features Editor Hey Sidekick readers, Welcome back to Coppell Student Media! My name is Christina Burke, I am a second year staffer and I am excited to serve as this year's features editor. After three months summer's fun filled adventures, I am ecstatic to be back at CHS...

Alabama tornadoes hit close to home

May 13, 2011

Erin Blatney Staff Writer Video by Jordan Hagan When current University of Alabama student and Coppell High School 2007 graduate Morgan Lenoir was taking shelter in the basement of a friend’s house, she had no idea that when she emerged, the town she called home would be hardly recognizable. “I...

Are you gonna eat that?

May 26, 2010

Do you know the nutritional value of a hamburger from a fast food restaurant? Do you care? In a city such as Coppell where there is an array of fast food restaurants, questions like these are reasonable to ask any teen or resident. Whether or not it’s reasonable to think they’d have an answer...

Are soldiers hereos?

January 12, 2010

Staff Writer Paige Wilson A solider is seen as someone who deserves respect, someone who has given all and asks for nothing in return. A person who sacrifices their life for ours and we even jump to the word hero. Before the holidays, all of the My Advisory Period classes got together and wrote...