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CHS blood drive success

CHS blood drive success

Stephanie Gross Sports Writer Blood. The very word makes many people think of different things. For one, some people might get sick to their stomach just thinking about it, but for the students of Coppell High School, they think of saving lives. On Friday, the Public Service Academy partnered with Carter Blood Care to host a campus blood drive. The […]

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Blood drive a success at CHS

Blood drive a success at CHS

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer With 1,100 donors needed daily, donating blood is an easy way to make a difference in the world. Through Carter BloodCare, students were given the opportunity to donate more than just their time. Many students chose to donate blood during the day. For students that were 16, a parent consent form had to be brought […]

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Photo Gallery: Keep calm and give often

Photo Gallery: Keep calm and give often

Carter Blood Care returns to Coppell High School for the annual blood drive. A great number of Coppell students volunteered this October 4th to give back and give blood. Photos by Rachel Bush.

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Upcoming blood drive promotes students giving back

Upcoming blood drive promotes students giving back

By Christina Burke Features Editor There are plenty of happy and healthy students at Coppell High School. Some people are not as fortunate to draw the luck with good health, and there is a way the students of CHS can help with that. Next Thursday, October 4th, CHS will be holding a blood drive hosted by Carter BloodCare, an organization […]

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Public Services Academy gives back to community

Public Services Academy gives back to community

By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer The cafeterias this past Saturday were filled with swarm of expo guests exploring the various attractions at the expo with the Public Service Academy students standing out in their matching red shirts.  Not only did these crowds of people fill both cafeterias, but they were also inside the lecture hall, the Commons, the large gym […]

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