Coppell High School seniors Jenny Kim, Sami Shaik and Masrur Reza promote their club, Coppell Be The Change, during B lunch by the horseshoe by selling sweatshirts to raise funds on Tuesday. The funds are used towards community work and signup sheets for volunteering at the animal shelter are also available. Photo by Hannah Tucker.
Coppell High School junior Tori Kennedy and senior Alex Cotter (left to right) record data from an experiential trial being done this morning during Holly Anderson's third period AP environmental science class. Anderson's classes are learning about natural selection and how over time there can be an addition of new species and the extinction of others. Photo by Megan Winkle.
I didn't even know it was supposed to snow, I was supposed to have a game, and I really didn't expect it until third period, when people started looking out the windows and saying 'look it's snowing!' I looked outside and there was really only a couple of flurries. I was excited because I hadn't seen it snow this year, but I was also like 'it's not going to stick.' When I got out of first period at the end of the day, it was sticking to the road. My mom texted me and said I had to be careful driving home because there had already been a lot of accidents. After the intersection of Cowboy Dr and Parkway, there was a patch of ice that I saw. I was giving the car in front of me a lot of time, and the car in front of me bumped into the car in front of him. I got really freaked out because I was really close and I saw the patch of ice they had slid on, and so I put of my brakes so I wouldn't slide on it. I braked harder and I stopped, and the car behind me didn't have enough time to stop and bumped me in the back. I pulled into Town Hall, and there was no damage to my car, but I was still really freaked out. I didn't think it was going to ice at all, but the conditions ended up being pretty bad just from a little bit of snow and the freezing weather. -Coppell High School senior Rachel Kruse Snow covers the outside of Coppell High School on Friday afternoon. The first snow in two years brought excitement within the high school, but bitter cold to the streets of Coppell. Photo by Meara Isenberg.
Coppell High School sophomores gather in Chemistry teacher Chris Stricker’s classroom for their added eighth period this afternoon on the B Day of the test run of the block schedule. In this temporary eighth period, added due to the block schedule, freshmen and sophomores learned about coding and gained inspiration for future careers. Photo by Hannah Tucker.
Coppell High School students, with English or Fine Arts as their third period class attended A lunch, the first lunch out of four with the block schedule today in the cafeteria. With four lunches as opposed to the usual three, there were less students in each lunch period and the lunch lines were more efficient. Photo by Hannah Tucker.
During Reagan Richmond's third period this morning, Coppell High School sophomores Connie Lee, De Health and Reese Gardner sit in the pit while working on a project to prepare for their exam on Thursday. Students are making a video to explain math problems in Richmond's algebra 2 class. Photo by Bren Fletchner.