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Combination of figure skating, Lariettes making Kate twice as Strong (with video)

Coppell High School sophomore figure skater Kate Strong grabs a hold of the blade of her skate as she practices the biellmann pose during figure skating practice on Feb. 2 at the Dr. Pepper Star Center in Farmers Branch. Strong has been figure skating since she was eight years old and is also a CHS Lariette.

Lili Lomas

February 12, 2018

While practicing the arching Biellmann spin, Coppell High School sophomore Kate Strong grasps the blade of one figure skate behind her head as she finds balance on the thin blade of her other skate. This graceful movement symbolizes her life as an athlete as she works to maintain balance between two...

On the Spot: CHS students bundle up for historic cold week

Coppell High School students dress appropriately for today's weather with a high of 36 degrees and a low of 22. According to WFAA Channel 8, it has been 22 years since DFW has been this cold.

Gracie Blackwell, Business Manager

January 17, 2018

It has been 22 years since North Texas has faced a week of weather this cold.   Since winter break ended, it is common that you will see many Coppell High School students in the hallways and classrooms with puffy winter jackets, hats and gloves.   On Monday night, Coppell ISD tweeted a st...

Stress-free holiday season recipes for your sweet, warm, savory desires

Stress-free holiday season recipes for your sweet, warm, savory desires

Anthony Cesario, Staff Writer

November 28, 2017

The holiday season should be a relaxing time to spend with family and friends. What it should not be is stressful, so this holiday season, give yourself a break by making these three easy winter recipes. Each one contains ten ingredients or less, and is taste-tester approved.   Bubbles (Apple Fritters) These light and crispy a...

Olympic opening ceremony continues to impress viewers

Athletes from Russia march during the Opening Ceremony for the Winter Olympics at Fisht Olympic Stadium in Sochi, Russia, Friday, Feb. 7, 2014. (Brian Cassella/Chicago Tribune/MCT)

February 11, 2014

By Pranathi Chitta Staff Writer Most Olympic opening ceremonies occur the same way; announcing the participating countries, lighting the torch and a special performance from the host country. But there was something astounding about the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics. There was not a moment where I could...

Frigid conditions extend winter break for local travelers

On Sunday, the airport in St. Louis was coated in snow, making it hard for senior Kayleigh Smith and her family to get home. Photo courtesy Kayleigh Smith.

January 9, 2014

By Christina Burke Managing Editor Senior Kayleigh Smith and her family did not anticipate on spending their Sunday night trekking through snow to the nearest restaurant, but with the arrival of a surprise snow storm in Missouri, they did not have much of a choice. Winter break was all fun and games ...

CHS early release returns to 11:30 am

December 18, 2012

By Will Thomas Staff Writer After a few years of an extended "half-day" released at 2:30 pm, CHS will be released at 11:30 on Friday, Dec. 21. Students will attend all seven classes, each with 22 minute periods and six minute passing periods. The initial reason we had the 2:30 release was a student...

Tips to stay healthy during cold and flu season

December 12, 2012

By Jay Carroll Staff Writer With Christmas break just around the corner, the winter sniffles and illnesses are already in full force at Coppell High School. It is important to stay healthy around this time of year, and it may seem hard as you are crammed together next to people sneezing and coughing...

Winter weekend brings students closer together

Winter weekend brings students closer together

February 21, 2012

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Video by John Mark Gosser Lifting their hands and singing songs of praise, hundreds of Coppell High School students gathered at VRBC or Valley Ranch Baptist Church for the 11th annual Winter Weekend retreat. The retreat, which was st...

Welcome, Winter

January 31, 2011

Beth Anne Carroll Staff Writer It is finally time to dig out the winter clothing, CHS. With January now in the rear view mirror, winter weather is just now making its way to Texas with a big introduction. Temperatures at or below freezing are predicted for the rest of this week and there is a chance...

Christmas break getting you off track?

December 10, 2010

Chase Porter Staff Writer Here are just a few tips for countering those procrastinating thoughts when it gets close to the holiday break. First, try your hardest to stay focused at school. I know this is a hard task for most of us at school anyways but the best thing to do is get your work done...

December is here!

December 2, 2010

Today marks the first day of December, an eventful, festive season as people everywhere prepare for Christmas, Hanukkah, and a variety of other winter celebrations. Lots of wonderful holiday events will be happening around Coppell, such as: The annual Madrgal Feast. This holiday themed choir production...