• Jewelry, clothings, and gifts, oh my!

    Jewelry, clothings, and gifts, oh my!

    By Jessica Jun Staff Writer @jesse_jun16   On Nov. 15, Project Graduation is holding its 20th annual Holiday House craft show from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at Coppell High School.   Each year, over 100 vendors with different, unique items purchase a booth to sell their merchandise at the Holiday House show.   “I’m […]

  • InvenTeam, Disruptive Innovation low on funds for MIT trip

    By Shannon Morgan Staff Writer @shannonlacyy A compilation of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Math [STEM] program’s best and brightest students can be found on a team known as Disruptive Innovation. Recently, the team has realized that they are facing an issue– they need to raise $10,000 to travel to EurekaFest at Massachusetts Institute of […]

  • Prom on the horizon with new location, day

    By Shannon Morgan Staff Writer @shannonlacyy Coppell High School is expanding its horizons for its annual prom by changing the day and location, and seniors are a little unsure on how everything is going to play out. The new day for prom, April 10, is a Friday. Usually held on a Saturday, this will be […]

  • Lariettes head upstage to experience Broadway in New York City

    Shannon Morgan staff writer @shannonlacyy Traveling all the way to New York City, Coppell High School’s Lariette drill team spent four days this past weekend honing their dance skills, sightseeing around the city and coming closer together as a team. “We took a dance class on Saturday morning from a guy from the cast of […]

  • Parents to learn skills on how to discipline children with love, logic

    Parents to learn skills on how to discipline children with love, logic

    By Sloane Samberson Staff Writer The terrible twos, puberty, teenage rebellion. Some of the most difficult years in a child’s life that parents have to deal with. But it does not have to be awful, there are ways to cope. On Monday from 7-8:30 p.m., author of Love and Logic, Dr. Charles Fay will be […]