Coppell Student Media

YoungLives changes lives of teenage mothers

YoungLives changes lives of teenage mothers

Avery Davis, Staff Writer

March 28, 2016

Walking down the aisles at the grocery store, people are staring. Standing in line to buy food, someone looks you up and down, shakes their head and walks away.   Before leaving the store, someone accidentally bumps into you, doesn’t meet your eyes and hurries away mumbling an apology und...

Jain creates computer labs in India, attracts many people

Jain creates computer labs in India, attracts many people

Pranathi Chitta, Staff Writer

February 1, 2016

During the summer time, many students just want to relax. However, Coppell High School sophomore Pranjal Jain has come a long way by spending his summers giving back to his community in India.   When Jain visited his grandmother’s house in the summer of 2011, he got an idea that would significan...

Summer volunteer opportunities now available for teens

March 15, 2013

Corrina Taylor Staff Writer In the scorching summer heat the public library offers solace from the weather outside, with its air conditioning, cold soft drinks and abundance of books. During the summer the William T. Cozby library is commonly filled with people of all ages, due to the abundanc...

Coppell Nature Park restoration project

April 12, 2012

By Dyer Whitt Staff Writer On Saturday, April 21st, there will be a volunteer opportunity for anyone who is interested in restoring the Blackland Prairie at the Coppell Nature Park. The event will begin at 9 a.m. and end at noon; all are encouraged to come out and help shape up this once beautiful piece...

Volunteers experience true meaning of serving others

Volunteers experience true meaning of serving others

January 11, 2012

http://vimeo.com/34926334 By Caroline Carter & Madison Weaver Though many people participate in community service just to meet mandatory service hour requirements, some have a deeper reason for giving up hours in their day to serve others. At the North Texas Food Bank, over 500 volunteers come every week to show others how much they care. The North Texas Food Bank (NTFB) is a nonp...

Coppell faces present at the White Rock Marathon

December 14, 2010

Julia Kim Staff Writer Thousands lined up in Fair Park on Dec. 5, ready to run the Dallas White Rock Marathon. Three hours, 11 minutes and 22 seconds and 26.2 miles later junior Weston Sandfort crossed the finish line. Sandfort placed 19th overall, finishing before 1,614 other runners at a pace ...

Coppell Community Gardens serve up more than fresh veggies

December 3, 2010

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager Video coming soon The Coppell Community Gardens is one of Coppell’s most beautiful and unknown assets, up-kept by the few dozen of dedicated volunteers who wake each Saturday morning to prepare the fruits of their labor for pick-up by the Metrocrest Foodbank. Harvesting,...

New club PAWS to hold second meeting

November 1, 2010

Ashley Attanucci Web Manager This year many new clubs have been birthed, among them being a club called PAWS -Pets Are Worth Saving- created by junior Monse Gonzales. You may have seen the posters in the halls -this club is all about helping animals and pets. Members plan to hold fundraisers throughout the year to raise money to help sup...

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...

NHS community service opportunities

March 5, 2010

National Honor Society is offering many upcoming group hour opportunities. First and foremost, benefting CHS directly, is month trash pick-up at the school. The first Saturday of each month, NHS members are to meet at the high school to pick up trash outside around the school; check in with an officer...

SoupMobile serves up hope in Dallas

February 23, 2010

By Rebecca Fowler Staff Writer It’s so easy.  Walk down the streets of a major city, look at the towering buildings, peek inside storefront windows, rush to grab coffee before work, shoot a text to your boss, glance at a man asleep under the stairs. And continue on your way. It happens...