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I have a voice, I want to use it

Staff writer Anika Arutla talks about the history of voting and her excitement about voting. Political signs are lined along the road to Coppell Town Center for upcoming midterm election on Nov. 9.

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018

Change. That is what I think about when I think about voting. It is common misconception that one vote, among millions, is not worth anything - that it is a simple raindrop in the middle of the vast ocean.   Millions of those raindrops make up the ocean; similarly, my vote, even though it ...

Part 4: The search for the solution to CISD’s funding dilemma

Political signs are lined along the road to Coppell Town Center on Sunday, Nov. 4 for the upcoming mid-term election on Nov. 6. This election will determine which candidates will be elected at the local, state, and congressional level.

Akif Abidi, Staff Writer

November 3, 2018

This election season, public education funding has found a place among the most prominent topics in Texas. For the past several years, wealthy districts - such as Coppell ISD - have been trapped in a predicament between clashing financial state government laws, making funding and budgeting a ch...

On the Spot: Calling all eligible students to make their voice be heard (with video)

Coppell High School Red Jacket seniors Carter Kryzak, Anu Uppal, Maddie Brock and Pierce Woodall help students register to vote during A lunch at the main hallways on Tuesday. Voter registration is held for students 17 years and 10 months and older, who will be old enough to vote by midterm elections of Nov. 2.

Anthony Cesario, Entertainment Editor

September 27, 2018

For National Voter Registration Day on Tuesday, Coppell High School Red Jackets stood behind a table in the main hallway to register people to vote.   It is a requirement by the secretary of state in Texas that public school systems offer the opportunity for students to register to vote. The Re...

Midterms cause stress within students

Midterms cause stress within students

January 8, 2018

High school students gain a lot of stress during midterms due to the pressure of high grade expectations

Academies create study environment for midterms

January 11, 2013

By Shivani Burra Staff Writer With finals week approaching the CHS academies are trying to reduce stress of students and help them study better. On Monday morning  all academy and exploratory students are invited for breakfast on the first day of  finals week.  It will be from 7:45 to 8:10...

Bell schedule modified for next week’s exams

January 11, 2013

By: Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer   Next week signals the end of the third six weeks and the first semester resulting in the dreaded midterms or end of first semester exams taking place Wednesday through Friday. On Wednesday fourth period exams will be taken first followed by 48-minute class periods with the exception of third, which will be an hour and five minutes. Lunch w...

Exams after the break cause problems for teachers and students

January 7, 2011

Story By Henna Khan Video By Sierra Womack Up until the 2008-2009 school year, midterms were given before students took a two and a half week vacation from school, but ever since, what began as a nice break to end the semester has evolved into an awkward pause for students and teachers. Wed.,...

Tea Party Confuses and Confounds Political Predictions

September 17, 2010

Chris Cummins Staff Writer 9/15/10                                                                       The Tea Party made its presence in the midterms felt once again in Delaware, as the recalcitrant tide which begin a little more than...