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Carter anticipates new year as news editor

Carter anticipates new year as news editor

By Caroline Carter News Editor Hello there! I am Caroline Carter, a 17-year-old writer who loves sarcasm, 80s music, sticky notes, traveling and shoes. For the 2013-2014 school year, I will be serving as the news editor for The Sidekick and Coppell Student Media, and I  am thrilled about this opportunity. After being a staff writer for two years, I […]

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Red Ribbon Week dress up days announced

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer After much preparation, the Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) club began its final steps in finalizing plans for Red Ribbon Week including the announcement of the dress up days for the week. From patriotic day to tie dye day, it is sure to be a fun week for students to participate in. Mon.: Real Heros […]

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Carter anticipates another great year

Carter anticipates another great year

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer After a relaxing summer, I am happy to be back writing for The Sidekick. Having not spent much time writing this summer, I am eager to be back reporting on the events at Coppell High School. Last year I wrote for a variety sections including Entertainment, News and even the occasional Sports feature. As a […]

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Earthfest promotes “greener” community

Earthfest promotes “greener” community

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer In honor of Earth Day, the city of Coppell is holding several events to encourage community members to keep Coppell clean. For the first time, EcoCoppell has put their mark on Earthfest, a community event that teaches residents how to live a “greener” life. Though often overlooked, Earth Day is a worldwide holiday dedicated to […]

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Big Miracle splashes into theaters

By Caroline Carter Staff Writer Big Miracle, an inspirational story based off of true events, hits theaters today. Starring Drew Barrymore and John Krasinski, the story of three whales trapped under the Arctic ice is sure to be great movie for the whole family. When Adam Carlson (Krasinski) reports for a local news station about the trapped whales, an immense […]

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