Announcements now televised with CTV Today
BY ALYSSA FISHER After years of listening to the morning announcements over the intercom, CCHS officially entered the 21st century on Friday, September 3, 2010 as the students watched them on television for the first time. The TV Production Adviser, Alfredo Pichardo, has taken on the job of creating... Read more
Teachers and students protest Senate bill 6
BY ARIEL SMILOWITZ On April 15, Governor Charlie Crist vetoed the highly controversial Senate Bill 6 (SB 6), drawing a collective cheer from teachers and students around the state of Florida. The bill, sponsored by Republican Senator John Thrasher, would have mandated that a teacher’s pay would be determined... Read more
Fleischer retires after 39 years
BY MICHAEL LLERENA At the end of this school year, First Aid teacher and athletic trainer Robert Fleischer will be retiring after having served on the Cooper City High School faculty since the school’s inception in 1971. “I’ll miss the people most of all; the students and the faculty,”... Read more
Caring for Kim: CCHS students help raise money for  classmate Kim Berkowitz’s cancer treatment
BY MICHAEL LLERENA Over the last two months, Cooper City High School students and faculty have been involved in raising funds for the aid of sophomore Kimberly Berkowitz, who has Hodgkin’s Lymphoma disease. Berkowitz discovered the illness when her boyfriend, junior Justin Orellana, noticed a lump on her throat.... Read more