Twenty-eight brand new teachers are beginning their careers in Copperas Cove Independent School District this year.
Butterflies fluttered in the stomachs of many freshmen walking in small groups through the hallways of Copperas Cove High School’s “Dawg House” orientation Aug. 14.
What began like most school days April 20, 1999, for Rachel Joy Scott and 12 of her classmates and a teacher, would end in one of the worst school tragedies in U.S. history.
Kaylyn Kirkpatrick’s life seems like a blur to most people as the Student Council vice president, junior class president, theater participant, choir singer, and member of the debate team, Youth Activities Council and Link Crew, simultaneously juggles her extracurricular responsibilities. Yet, this honor student with a 4.65 GPA who is ranked fourth in her class of 593 students, appears to handle it with ease.
Carter BloodCare joined forces with Copperas Cove High School and GC Services to impact the community, one donor at a time. “Summertime is our lowest blood supply month, and there is a rise in demand,” said Vickie Carpenter, Carter BloodCare manager of recruitment operations. “We have a great partnership with both Copperas Cove High and GC Services and have a great understanding of how important donating blood is.”
LAMPASAS — On Saturday, Jill Carroll, executive director of the Lampasas Chamber of Commerce, welcomed folks to Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8539 and the 20th annual Indian Artifacts Show.
Daniel Hawbecker, Copperas Cove water superintendent, was recognized as the first Noon Exchange Club of Copperas Cove’s Employee of the Quarter on Aug. 8.
FRIDAY, AUG. 15
TEMPLE — It’s not unusual for a Baptist preacher to preach to his congregation and encourage young and old alike to remain upon the straight and narrow path.
The University Interscholastic League, which oversees bands, football teams and other student groups and individuals across Texas, establishes guidelines for the kinds of activities allowed during the summer months.
FRIDAY, AUG. 8
Friends, family and faculty gathered Wednesday at Copperas Cove High School to catch a sneak peak of what the 2014-2015 Copperettes have in store during their “Show Off” showcase.
The start of school is just around the corner. But it is something Jeremiah Anderson has been waiting for, for more than a year.
When you think of the word “geek,” what is the first thing that comes to mind?
As the Copperas Cove Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program drew to a close, library staff and more than 140 program participants took some time away from reading to treat themselves to pizza.