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Senior Teacher of the Issue: Bearden applying experience, artistic beliefs to teaching style

Coppell High School Art I, Honors Art I and Sculpture II teacher David Bearden paints with his son, Oliver, during the Colorpalooza arts festival in Lewisville in April 2019. Bearden’s teaching experience and love for creating art impact his students and his classroom environment.

Shravya Mahesh, Entertainment Editor

May 15, 2020

Coppell High School Art I, Honors Art I and Sculpture II teacher David Bearden’s repertoire is not limited to paintings and sculptures. Strong artists, productive working environments and valuable life lessons are also important additions.  With 20 years of experience teaching and creating art, Bearden...

Sheppard, students form chemical bonds

Coppell High School IB Chemistry third period students get help on their test corrections from IB and Honors Chemistry teacher Susan Sheppard on Feb. 9. Students ask questions regarding their test and receive feedback and answers from Sheppard.

Nolan Sanders, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018

If one were to walk into Coppell High School chemistry teacher Susan Sheppard’s classroom, they might find goggle-wearing students eagerly collaborating over a sink amidst organized chaos. Sheppard is going on her 13th year of teaching, six of which have been spent at CHS. Previously, she has taught...

Bowden’s monstrous love for literature allows for connecting poetry with life

Coppell High School AP English IV and creative writing teacher Matthew Bowden poses with fun items in his classroom. Bowden was selected as teacher of the issue for the first time in his 19 years teaching at the high school.

Lina Pyon, Co-Social Media Manager

April 26, 2017

Green slime, posters of horror movies and figurines of Frankenstein are the first things that stand out in Matthew Bowden’s room. Bowden teaches GT/Ap English IV and Creative Writing, and has been teaching at Coppell High School for 19 years, adding more and more to his collection. “Ever sinc...

Redding retiring after 14 years of leadership

Redding retiring after 14 years of leadership

Lili Lomas, Student Life Editor

January 3, 2017

On Dec. 16, Coppell High School teacher, club sponsor and department head Shelly Redding closed the door to her small, hidden office in A hall, drove to her country home and took on her newest endeavor: retirement.   “I’ve never missed a year [of school], so when September comes around, and I...