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 at Coppell Middle School West […]Read more ›
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By Summer Crawford News Editor @summercrawfordd Waking up on Sunday mornings is supposed to be relaxing, a time of serenity. To workers and managers of the Coppell Independent School District Service Center, an education support center for members of the community, last Sunday was anything but peaceful. At approximately 8 a.m. on Jan. 4 when workers entering the building found […]Read more ›
By Michelle Pitcher Editor-in-Chief In light of the recent tragedy in Moore, Okla. and the severe weather that blew through North Texas yesterday afternoon, Coppell ISD wants to be sure all students and parents within the district understand the emergency measures that are in place. As per the law, each campus has an emergency preparedness plan and regularly holds drills. […]Read more ›
By Tuulia Koponen Staff Writer A night of recognition, baseball and fun for the Coppell Independent School District is about to commence at the Ranger’s Ballpark in Arlington. On Wed. May 29, the annual Coppell ISD Student & Teacher Appreciation Night will occur and is open to all staff, students, families and friends of the district. The game will […]Read more ›
By Jordan Bickham Staff Writer Coppell ISD is constantly evolving as times change. For many, these changes are understandable, but they can also be very confusing for a variety of reasons. “Why do things need to change?” and “How are things changing?” are some common questions asked by students and parents alike. Dr. Turner, Coppell ISD superintendent, answers these questions […]Read more ›