Coppell Student Media

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Recommendation letters aid in celestial experience

Coppell High School students juniors Calen Halcom, Marcos Morales-Martinez, Matthew O'Quinn, Gregory Sabancuyan, Akash Vijay, Abigail Simon, Fiona Lopez and LeeAn Zhong were selected to participate in the High School Aerospace Scholars. Not pictured is junior Hannah George, who was also selected, and STEM teacher Pilar Castro-Zena. They will do a 16-week online interactive course of NASA activities related to space exploration, earth science, technology, mathematics and aeronautics.

Anika Arutla, Social Media Manager

January 22, 2020

Earth is a small insignificant factor in the equation of the universe and programs such as NASA spend many resources exploring the world outside this planet.  Every year, it brings in high school students from across the state to help in the age of new discovery through the Texas High School Aero...

Latest addition to school safety: NaviGate Prepared implements 3D floor plans

Coppell ISD is implementing a new safety plan, NaviGate Prepared, for schools throughout the district. NaviGate Prepared will make 3D floor plans of each classroom and allow first responders to have knowledge where certain furniture is around the room.

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018

Coppell ISD has increased its campus safety policies by adopting NaviGate Prepared, an app allowing administrators throughout the district to have access to floor plans in schools.   Last year, the District Safety and Security Design Committee in CISD, comprised of students, teachers and pare...

A love of learning: Mobley finds her place in classroom

Coppell High School senior Grace Mobley reads with kindergartners at Mockingbird Elementary on Tuesday. Mobley is part of the Ready, Set, Teach! program at CHS which allows students to go to elementary schools and teach children.

Anika Arutla, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018

Grace Mobley, a senior at Coppell High School, finds herself surrounded by children in a classroom five years from now.     “I always knew I was going to be a teacher because I didn’t think anything else was right for me,” Mobley said. “I always love to be with kids and I [am] ba...

Beal finds fulfillment through SPED program

Coppell High School student Nathaniel Umlas  learns Intensive Teacher training (ITT) cards with special needs teacher, Ed Beal, in the new education room D101. Beal moved his special needs classroom from C hall to D hall this school year for a more spacious and accessible learning room for students.

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...

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...

Exploring College Options to visit Dallas

April 5, 2013

By Mabry Culp Staff Writer Applying to college is an anxious and stressful process for all students. The program Exploring College Options is designed to alleviate the stress from students and parents by educating them on the basics of applying and how to spiff up their resumes. On Tuesday May 14th...

IB program creates concerns over junior class ranks

April 14, 2010

Rebecca Neumann Staff Writer Though many may not know it, a struggle over GPA and ranking is underway within the junior class. On one side, there are the IB students, who some believe have benefited from a rise in GPA because all of their classes are worth 6.0 credit. On the oth...

Make a Child Smile deadline fast approaching

December 9, 2009

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer The City of Coppell is again hosting the Make a Child Smile program that offers some extra help to Coppell families during the holidays. For its twentieth year, Make a Child Smile allows members of the community to help their neighbors by donating gifts for Coppel...

Rachel’s Challenge inspires students to start a reaction

October 1, 2009

By Divya Kumar News Editor On Oct. 1, a program called Rachel’s Challenge was presented to the students of Coppell High School in the large gym.  What seemingly began as just an average assembly for the school developed into a inspirational experience for the student body, followed by a standing ovation from juniors and seniors....