Coppell Student Media

Shafer takes to sky in pursuit of pilot’s license

Shafer takes to sky in pursuit of pilot’s license

April 15, 2014

By Jay Carroll Business Staff By senior year a majority of students know what they plan to study in college, or at least have a good idea at what they want to do in life. However, not many people are considering the field that senior Sam Shafer is taking. Shafer has been working around airplanes sinc...

Winter weather strikes Coppell

Winter weather strikes Coppell

February 6, 2014

By Jay Carroll Business Staff Thursday morning students woke up to snow on the roads, minor car accidents and students sliding all over the road in their cars as the snow has continued to fall throughout the school day. Many students have been speculating about whether or not there will be early...

Juniors to finish last round of TAKS testing

April 10, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer In a little less than two weeks the junior class will be taking its last three tests for the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skill (TAKS). The juniors will be testing from April 23-25 taking the math, science and social study tests. The junior class is the last grade...

Young striding towards college career

Young striding towards college career

April 9, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer As kids, everyone played football in the front yard, basketball in a driveway and raced bikes around the neighborhood. While New Tech [email protected] senior Brantley Young used to partake in all of these activities, he also took a fond interest in running. “I started running at ag...

Coppell Farmers Market to open Saturday

April 4, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer For the 11th straight year the Coppell Farmers Market will be opening on Saturday April 6. Starting this Saturday the Farmers Market will be open every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. The opening of the Famers Market will be accompanied by over 30 vendors selling pro...

Coppell band continues Solo and Ensemble success

March 27, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer A record of 174 member of the Coppell Band have advanced to the Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest, which will be taking place on May 25 and 27 in Austin, TX. The new record breaks the previous record of 171 students. The number of students being sent from Coppel...

Movies provide spring break entertainment

March 6, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer With spring break just around the corner, many students will be going out of town, and even the country. However, there are still many students who will be spending the week long break at home. The students that will be staying home for a week will, at some point say,...

Proposed bond to be voted on in May

February 27, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer On Monday, May 11, the Coppell school board will vote on a new $79.5 million bond that will go towards a new elementary school, and even an expansion and updates to Coppell High School. The bond will also provide educational and technology updates for the entire district,...

Coppell lacrosse falls to Jesuit

Coppell lacrosse falls to Jesuit

February 23, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer After a very impressive 14-5 victory over Austin Bowie in the season opener, the Coppell Lacrosse team took a step back as they lost the first district game to rival Jesuit 13-6. The Cowboys came out flat, letting Jesuit score three unanswered goals. "It's early in the season," ...

Lariettes end busy week at Timber Creek HS

February 13, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer The Lariettes wake up early every morning to practice into first period as they learn new dance routines and improve other routines for the upcoming competition or performance. With the Lariettes performing their annual Lariette Showoff tonight in the Coppell gym. The...

Coppell Hockey nears playoffs

February 6, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer The Coppell Cowboys hockey team's record is a very impressive 14-3, and they are looking to improve upon that record as they will face-off with Denton County on Thursday Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m. at the Dr Pepper Star Center in Farmers Branch. After Denton County, the Cowboy...

AP exam registration available to students

January 30, 2013

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer Students who take Advanced Placement (AP) classes take them for a high GPA, the challenge, and college credit. However, in order to receive college credit for an AP classes whether it is AP United States History, AP Government, and even the freshmen course, AP Human Geography,...