Cooper City Takes Part In Burrowing Owl Release
BY BEATRICE DUPUY After Pioneer Middle School student Maxwell Earle discovered an injured Burrowing Owl in Rock Creek, he took it upon himself to inform the Wildlife Care Facility. On Dec. 9, 2010 the Wildlife Care Facility held a welcoming ceremony to release the Burrowing Owl back to the area it was... Read more
Underprivileged Children Benefit from CCHS’s Spirit of Giving
BY SYDNEY ALTMAN The season of giving has taken over Cooper City High School’s Student Government Association (SGA) as they organize their annual Adopt-a-Child event that donates gifts to underprivileged children. Adopt-a-Child was organized 21 years ago by Dr. Martha Craine.  She “adopted” three children from the Sexual Assault... Read more
CCHS’s Fashion Academy Chooses Fashion Show Hosts
BY JOSLYN TOMBACK Juniors Alex Erdellan, Maya Juchtman, Jeremy Rosenstein, and Marni Rosenstein, will be hosting the CCHS Fashion Academy Fashion Show. After holding two auditions, the final decision for these four hosts was made by members of the Fashion Academy. During the auditions, which ran from Nov. 15... Read more
Students Become Politically Active In After-School Clubs
BY TAYLOR MANDEL Cooper City High School (CCHS) students are prompting political awareness through political clubs being offered after school. CCHS has three different political clubs: JSA (Junior State of America), Young Legislators, and ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union). Although they are all represent different aspects of politics, all... Read more
CCHS’s Thespians Place First In One-Act Play Competition
BY RACHEL SHARPE On November 22nd and 23rd, the drama department at CCHS performed their One-Act Play at the District 13 Thespian One-Act Play Competition. Cooper City High School was one of fourteen schools that participated in the competition hosted at American Heritage High School. Despite competing against some... Read more
The Sound Of Pride Makes CCHS Proud At States
BY ALYSSA FISHER On November 20, 2010, The Sound of Pride marching band competed in the 13th Annual Florida Marching Band Championship (FMBC) in the Tropicana Dome in St. Petersburg, Florida and came in fourth place in their class. A sea of red, black, and white flags swayed vigorously... Read more
Young At Art Fashion Show Goes From Garbage To Glamour
BY KAYLA LOKEINSKY Local teen designers raided their recycling bins on Friday, November 19 for the Young at Art Children’s Museum fifth annual Global Stomp fashion show. This show allowed aspiring teens to design clothes made entirely out of recycled materials, not only to benefit the environment, but also to win big... Read more
CCHS Students Take The Lead In Learning About Government
BY RACHEL SHARPE The City of Cooper City and Cooper City High School have joined together to implement a new program, Leadership in Government, which gives students the opportunity to enhance their education about local, state and national government through interactive activities. Led by American Government teacher and Social... Read more
DECA Attends Leadership Training Conference In Orlando
BY DANIEL COWEN Students from Cooper City High School’s DECA chapter attended a Leadership Training Conference in Orlando, Florida to hone their leadership and presentation skills for upcoming DECA conferences. Distributive Clubs of America prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high... Read more
Students SNAP Into Fun
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  Key Club’s Division 24B will be hosting SNAP into Fun, a free Field Day/Carnival event for residents of Broward County with disabilities, on December 4, 2010 from 11am to 3pm, at Schott Communities located at 6591 S Flamingo Road Cooper City, Florida 33330. SNAP stands for... Read more