SGA And Spanish Club Create A Holiday Fiesta For Abused Children
BY MELANIE SMITH Spanish Club, the Student Government Association (SGA), faculty and students at CCHS made the holidays brighter for children at the Broward County Sexual Assault Treatment Center by giving them piñatas, gifts, and a holiday party during the month December. For the past ten years, Debra Mensinger,... Read more
Wind Ensemble And Symphonic Band Stage Winter Concert
BY KARINA BLODNIEKS On Friday, December 13th, the Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band of Cooper City High School played their Winter Concert at 7:30 in the CCHS auditorium. The band put in many hours, in and out of school, to make this concert possible. Described by Band Director Christopher... Read more
Key Club’s Blood Drive Collects Over 100 Pints
BY LOUIS DENNIN Cooper City High School had its biannual Blood Drive on November 15, 2013. The event was hosted by Key Club in order to collect blood from donors at the school for patients who desperately need it. The collected blood goes to “OneBlood,” an organized blood center... Read more
CCHS Transitions To New Main Building
BY KYRA BACON After a year of construction, the new 3900 building was presented to Cooper City High School students on November 4th, 2013. Although the initial plan was to move in a week before, the Certificate of Occupancy, which was needed to allow students into the building, was... Read more
Posnack Jewish Community Center Hosts Anti-Bullying Seminar
BY SARAH SHARPE The David Posnack Jewish Community Center in Davie and Baptist Health South Florida sponsored “Banishing Bullying: Be Part of the Solution” on Sunday, September 29th. This presentation featured a one-hour discussion with a panel of experts and a private screening of the “48 Hours” special Bullying:... Read more
Cooper City High Welcomes New School Resource Officer
BY JACQUELINE QUINONES Deputy E. Rivera has taken over as School Resource Officer for Cooper City High School replacing former school resource officer Deputy Robinson. Rivera, a former New York City policeman and correctional officer, moved to Florida in 2002 with his wife and two daughters.  He went from... Read more
New Film Club Gives Movie Buffs A Place To Explore Their Passion
BY KATIE LERNER A new film club was started at and it meets on the last Wednesday of every month in room 120, offering students who enjoy watching and discussing movies a place to explore their interest. Over the summer, senior Alexandra Silver proposed an idea for film club... Read more
Sound Of Pride Receives Superior At First Competition
BY LOUIS DENNIN Cooper City High School’s Sound of Pride Marching Band and Color Guard attended their first competition of the year on October 5, 2013 at Flanagan High School, where they presented their show “Motive to Masterpiece” for friends, family, other bands and various judges. The band received... Read more
Cooper City High Adopts Professional Study Days
BY DANIELLE ONAFRAYCHUK The 2013-2014 school year has brought many changes to Cooper City High School. Among these changes is the addition of Professional Study Days (PSDs).  These new early release days were enacted to allow teachers time to edit their curriculum and collaborate with other teachers on their... Read more
Vista View Park Creates Recreation Out Of Refuse
BY RACHEL HAAS Broward County citizens are discovering new, challenging methods of working out thanks to the recent additions at Vista View Park.  Once a landfill, Vista View has now been transformed into a recreational park packed with an abundance of activities for the public to enjoy. The park’s... Read more