CHS Student Council Honored

Adrian Lopez and Courtney Cooper

Ely Shepherd, H100 Staff

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As of this week, Wednesday and Thursday Student Council hosted the spring Carter Blood Drive; the last blood drive of the year. With only setting a sign-up table in the commons throughout the week, they achieved the goal of filling up the entire sheet. The table was full of students ready to donate their blood to the people in need.

The participants in the drive are all lifesavers, donating enough blood for more than one hundred lives to be saved by just giving at the most an hour of their time. Being recognized by many, Corsicana High School was awarded as the top 5A school in central Texas for giving so many others another chance at life, parents another day with their children, and the couples another forever lasting moment with their soulmates. Giving blood is giving life.

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Ely Shepherd, H100 Staff

Hello, my name is Ely Shepherd. I am 17 years old; I attend high school at Corsicana High School. Although it is my last year of high school, I am a part of the AV Tech class and The Newspaper. I enjoy writing and anything and everything that has to do with film or music. After high school, I plan on moving to Austin, TX to start a career in possibly either writing, acting, or film. College is not yet on my agenda, but when I figure it out, I will let you know. Have a nice day.

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Courtney Cooper, AVTech

My name is Courtney Cooper, I go to Corsicana High School. I play football for the Cana Tigers and my positions are tight end and defensive end.  In my free time I like to play the game fortnite and go over my girlfriend’s house. I love being in AV Tech because its so fun to do all the projects together w my class mates.

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CHS Student Council Honored