Coppell Student Media

Summer jobs bring in extra cash

April 9, 2013

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer With summer right around the corner, high school students begin to look for summer jobs to keep them occupied and provide them with a little extra cash. Students are hoping to obtain jobs before all the college students return home in the next few weeks, and take...

CON: Excessive car costs wreck student schedules

October 30, 2012

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer Cars fill all the spaces in the school’s parking lot.  The cars range from older, used cars to brand new, top-of-the-line vehicles. Just like the wide variety of car types, the way students obtained their cars also varies quite a bit.  Some students had their...

Jobs provide students rewarding, beneficial experience

Jobs provide students rewarding, beneficial experience

September 26, 2012

By Christina Burke Featured Editor Senior Ally Rood seems to have found a pretty good balance between work and school. She has been employed at Market Street for a year and a half and works almost 40 hours per week. The four years students spend at high school are their last hurrah before being thr...

State of the Union to launch Obama campaign

State of the Union to launch Obama campaign

January 24, 2012

By Mary Whitfill Features Editor As President Barack Obama gears up for his election-year State of the Union Address, many are wondering if he will use the annual speech as a Launchpad for his 2012 presidential campaign. Last year’s State of the Union saw 43 million viewers, which makes it an...

A day in the life of students with and without jobs

May 21, 2010

By Melissa Brisco Staff Writer For high schoolers, there are many things that fight for their time and attention. For some students like senior Caroline Kaifes, the addition of an afternoon job is not an option, for others, like senior Ashley Faragher, an afternoon job is crucial. Each student...