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Students plan to show “soup”erior generosity in canned food drive

January 23, 2013

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer If you're looking for a "souper" way to give back to the community, CHS will begin their annual canned food drive this week. The "Souper Bowl of Caring" fundraiser encourages students to bring in canned or other non-perishable food items to donate to local food shelters. ...

Second annual PSA expo to be held tomorrow

February 3, 2012

By Christina Burke Staff Writer Tomorrow, the Public Services Academy (PSA) at Coppell High School will be hosting their second annual health and education expo open to the public. In this expo, the freshman and sophomores of PSA will be presenting some of their work and service projects from this sch...

From the hard wood to the habitat the Cowboys help out those in need

The varsity basketball team took of Saturday practice to help out those in need.

December 16, 2011

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Photo courtesy of Sharon Mankin Over the past few years the Coppell varsity basketball team has not only been competing for a championship but they have also been participating in service projects all over the Metroplex. On Dec. 3, the boys varsity basketball team...

Kids for Kids club kicks off new events

October 19, 2011

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer One of the more popular clubs at CHS, the Kids for Kids club is planning some exciting new events and service ideas this year. This morning the club met in its traditional location, Coach Rushing's room in B Hall, to discuss the upcoming events. On the agenda currently...

HART dedicated to saving lives in Irving

October 25, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Video by Rumill Batts Did you know that five out of ten dogs and seven out of ten cats that are sent to shelters never find homes and are euthanized? Though there are over 3,500 shelters and hundreds more rescue groups in the U.S. that aim to save animals, 11,000...

Memories grow at Storch memorial

May 21, 2010

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer Video by Drake McWhorter After losing one of their most beloved students, Coppell Middle School East has built an on-campus memorial site for eighth grader Taylor Storch. An oak tree, known as Taylor's Tree, was planted in the center of a student-designed garde...

Poets on Shirts red v-necks have finally arrived

March 23, 2010

By Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer All Poets on Shirts T-shirts are now in! After a two-week wait the red American Apparel v-necks (If I shall stop one heart from breaking… I shall not live in vain –Emily Dickenson) have finally arrived. The beige and black T-shirts have been on campus at all l...

Cans for a cause: Food Pantry assists needy Coppell families

December 11, 2009

by Ashley Attanucci Staff Writer Coppell High School started its very own food pantry officially at the beginning of this school year and, after a rocky start of trying to get it started in years past, it has finally taken off. The Food Pantry, an idea by Assistant Principal Laura Stout, is located on...

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...