Coppell Student Media

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City sponsors Casino Night to raise playground funds

March 21, 2012

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer As the fundraising for the Kid Country playground renovation begins, the City of Coppell has spearheaded a Casino Night to get a head start on saving. This Saturday, March 24, a night of fun and games will begin at the Coppell Senior Center. Casino style games and...

Coppell under construction

January 26, 2012

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer Old Town Coppell has been standing since the beginning of Coppell itself. As the rest of the community upgraded and modernized, Old Town Coppell was one of the few things that remained constant.  It has survived for years, but now, this little piece of Old Coppell...

Kid Country renovation plan released

September 27, 2011

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer Anyone that has grown up in Coppell is familiar with Kid Country, the colossal, wooden playground off of Parkway. Built in 1992, the playground has stood strong over time, however, many people agree that it is time for an update. That's where the Kid Country 2012 Project comes in....

Kid Country 2012: let the fundraising begin

April 26, 2011

Mary Whitfill Features Editor The city of Coppell recently approved the plans to begin a redesign of Kid Country playgroud; one of the most iconic landmarks in Coppell. Now that the plans for ‘Kid Country 2012’ have been approved the city is looking to its residents to rack up the funds and raise...

Kid Country slides into reconstruction

March 11, 2011

by Divya Kumar News Editor The wooden castle-like structure, the maze-like tunnels, the wood chips and carvings that adorn the fence: all these are among the familiar aspects that most Coppellians can recognize as the well-loved Kid Kountry Park. Over the many years that the area has stood standing...

Outdoor Ed takes fishing field trip

April 20, 2010

Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer Outdoor Ed students on April 6 and 7 were able to leave school for a mini fishing field trip. As part of their Bows and Arrows unit, Bill Parker will be taking his classes on 2 separate trips to Andy Brown Park East (close to CHS, off of Parkway) for a half-day fishing...