Coppell Student Media

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TangoTab hopes to break world record with sandwiches

TangoTab hopes to break world record with sandwiches

Sruthi Boppuri, Staff Writer

February 24, 2016

Ever wanted to hold a world record? How about breaking a world record by making sandwiches?   On Saturday, from 8:45 a.m. to 12 p.m., people from across the Metroplex are welcome to participate in breaking the world record for the number of people making sandwiches simultaneously, hosted by T...

CHS clubs are getting into full swing

September 12, 2012

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer As students are getting back into the swing of school, extracurricular clubs are also getting back into the school year.  This week marks numerous first-of-the-year club meetings in order to attract attention and to get things organized for the rest of the year.  Many...

Japan relief efforts: how you can help

March 21, 2011

Ashleigh Heaton Editor-in-Chief Over the break, Japan was devastated by a 8.9 earthquake and tsunami in the Sendai area. Since the event, Japan has felt the effects all over its country, as far as Tokyo: lost power, destroyed homes and the fragile state of a nuclear power plant are only a few of...

Red Cross club given ultimate gift

December 15, 2010

Story by Lexus DeLoach Video by Matt French With the holidays happening all around, the season for giving is also abundant. Gift giving and holiday cheer are celebrated and cherished. This generous holiday attitude was displayed nowhere more than in the $16,000 donation given to the Red Cross club...

Seniors provide relief with”Poets on Shirts’ Fundraiser

April 15, 2010

Video Credit Aleya Noor By: Renee Rohani Business Manager With senior year nearing its end, some senior friends decided they didn’t want to leave Coppell High School without leaving their mark. Seniors Suwetha Amsavelu, Satvika Ananth, Daphne Chen, Jessie King and Chris Nguyen came up ...

Click here for good karma

January 29, 2010

 by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer People around the world face suffering each day. Sometimes it takes a natural disaster to put the harsh realities of the lives of some into perspective for us. While the earthquake that devastated Haiti on Jan. 12 dispersed Haitian families, the disaster united...

Red Cross Club to sell baked goods for earthquake victims

January 26, 2010

By Loren Hughes Staff Writer From Jan. 25 to Jan. 29, the CHS Red Cross Club will be selling baked goods after school in order to raise money for Haiti, to go towards the aid of their earthquake victims. The Red Cross Club will be taking the money earned to the Dallas chapter of the Red Cross,...

Mobile help for Haiti

January 15, 2010

By Julia Kim Staff Writer Tuesday, Jan. 12. A day most will forget; a day most Haitians will never forget. Relief efforts have expanded in multiple ways just three days after a magnitude 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti. Typical aid comes in forms of monetary donations to the American Red Cross and item...

Sponsors of Special Olympics, Red Cross clubs change hands

September 9, 2009

By Loren Hughes Staff Writer This year, some changes have been made with clubs and organizations due to new incoming sponsors. Last year, Ms. Jen Roe was the sponsor of the Special Olympics organization and due to her departure, Ms. Arresha Robinson is now the sponsor. Robinson is an Athletics, Peer ...