Copperas Cove Independent School District principals got the nod from several government entities Tuesday night as part of National Principals Month.
You hear it all the time — There’s nothing for the youth to do in Copperas Cove. But for students at Martin Walker Elementary School, there is not enough time to do everything offered.
Two weeks together. Three hours of practice. One amazing performance.
COPPERAS COVE — A single household can produce a sizable amount of recyclable trash. Multiply that by 8,000 students and 1,600 staff, and the total reusable refuse produced is thousands of pounds weekly.
S.C. Lee Junior High School seventh-grader Julie Royal, 13, already accepted Rachel’s Challenge, but she watched the presentation again with her dad, Sean Royal, on Sept. 15 at Lea Ledger auditorium.
Call it girl power. Call it female domination. But, the girls at Copperas Cove High School are in charge and calling the shots for the 2,000-plus student body.
Life could have turned out differently for one Copperas Cove High School senior with a physical disability.
Some students left the auditorium in tears, hugging each other or teachers after watching Rachel’s Challenge on Wednesday.
Hours before kickoff for games each Friday, Copperas Cove Bulldawg football players tackle a cause with easier contact.
It’s 7 o’clock in the morning on a Friday. It’s time to get up and go to school. Go to class. Eat some lunch and then head home. Saturday comes the following day. No school, no place to go, and no food. This is not the typical thought processes any child should have, said Charlotte Heinze, Copperas Cove High School’s Distributive Education Association Chapter adviser.
The smell of grease paint, with a hint of sawdust and the hum of a drill mixed with laughter, flooded the Fine Arts hallways like a theatrical tornado Sept. 7 at Copperas Cove High School.
While some students are still getting back into the routine of changing classes, 17-year-old Randy Stoneroad is getting used to a very different schedule.
Marching to the beat of a new school year, more than 400 musically talented students performed an energized 2014 Spirit Spectacular show at Bulldawg Stadium on Tuesday night.
Children clapped, stomped and cheered at the opportunity to open a good book as the new school year got underway at Clements/Parsons Elementary School.
The golden arches of chicken-nugget happy meals dotted the cafeteria Thursday as elementary students sat eating their noncampus lunch with grandparents. Although conversation might have been a little difficult for “Grandparents Day Recognition” in the noisy Hettie Halstead Elementary cafeteria, students were still able to give their grandparents handmade art saying thank you.
School is underway and so are the fundraising efforts of the local education foundation to ensure innovative teaching programs continue in the Copperas Cove Independent School District.
Three Copperas Cove Independent School District teachers are starting the new school year off with accolades.
Copperas Cove High School students who plan to become tomorrow’s business moguls went for the gold and came back with the silver.