Coppell Student Media

Beal finds fulfillment through SPED program

Beal finds fulfillment through SPED program

Christine Zacuai, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018

When facing new changes, some may find it difficult to adapt and carry on their regular routines. However, Special Education (SPED) teacher, Eddie Beal, has responded with flexibility and a positive outlook towards the recent special needs classroom relocation this school year.     With relo...

Making learning easy

Making learning easy

Pramika Kadari, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017

  An idea to help struggling students while also earning valuable business experience has developed into an expansive tutoring organization: EZ Tutor. EZ Tutor, a student run company, offers tutoring to families in Coppell and Irving for their school classes as well as standardized test prepar...

Deaf ASL substitute brings beneficial learning experience

Deaf ASL substitute brings beneficial learning experience

October 20, 2015

  https://vimeo.com/145424712 By Lili Lomas Staff Writer Only a few weeks into the school year, learners of American Sign Language (ASL) are getting a first hand experience with the hearing impaired world through their deaf substitute teacher.   Earlier this semester, ASL teacher Dawn Clyburn left s...

Arnold takes on new role as assistant principal

Arnold takes on new role as assistant principal

September 5, 2013

By Caroline Carter News Editor With the 2013-2014 school year in full swing, students of Coppell High School have seen many new faces of both students and faculty members. In the administrative department, Melissa Arnold, a new assistant principal, has been preparing for the year since the beginni...

Public library hosts Read to Rover

May 16, 2013

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...

Cost of college is a price worth paying

Cost of college is a price worth paying

December 14, 2012

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer It seems like every year, high school becomes more and more of a pre-college. Every class becomes a college-prep course and every sport is pushing its athletes towards college scholarships. As students, we have been hammered with the importance of college since...

CISD joins, leads new consortium of high-performance districts

December 4, 2012

By Thomas Hair Opinions Editor Over the decades, Coppell Independent School District has cultivated an identity as a model for districts trying to improve their growth management, student performance, and incorporation of more technology. Rapidly rising from humble beginnings as a small, rural distric...

Physics students launch rockets

November 29, 2012

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer For the past week, the Conceptual Physics classes have been constructing rockets as they begin their unit in applying basic rocketry principles with Newton's Laws. The students were able to launch their creations today. Students were given a rocket kit as well as...

Coppell ISD adapts to 21st century learning

Coppell ISD adapts to 21st century learning

February 2, 2012

By Christina Burke Staff Writer As the world continues to spiral into a more technological and communicative time period, its education systems are taking the liberty of transforming their students into 21st century learners. In the last 10 years or so, methods of education have changed dr...

Richards’ interior design class gains exquisite opportunity

November 4, 2011

By Christina Burke Staff Writer On Wednesday, CHS teacher Becky Richards was approached by Shalone Williams and Tami Martins. They asked if Richards' second period Interior Design class would be interested in taking part in executing a 21st century blended learning virtual classroom that is to be c...

Cramming replaces learning

March 5, 2010

We all do it. Instead of learning the material needed to be successful, we pull all-nighters, drink packs of red bull and take an unhealthy amount of five hour energy to cram the information we should be retaining. It's a dangerous game that almost every student is willing to play in order to make...