The Student Newspaper of The John Cooper School

The Dragon Tales

The Student Newspaper of The John Cooper School

The Dragon Tales

The Student Newspaper of The John Cooper School

The Dragon Tales

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Los Estudiantes Estadounidenses Deben Aprender Idiomas Extranjeros 
Los Estudiantes Estadounidenses Deben Aprender Idiomas Extranjeros 
By Jacob Bailey February 1, 2024

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You can enjoy Dragon Tales first printed copies in the Rock and Upper School.
This is Dragon Tales for the New School Year
By Annabelle Wu November 17, 2023

Thank you for taking the time to find and read this article, whether it’s digital or in print. By doing so, you have just encountered a new...

Kicking off the Year with Construction
Kicking off the Year with Construction
By Tahira King November 17, 2023

If you've found yourself walking by the Dunlap gym over the past couple of months, you've likely heard the clanging and banging of construction....

Rise Against Hunger
Rise Against Hunger
By Adithi Reddy November 17, 2023

On October 14th, Interact members went to The Woodlands High School to package food and ship it to places that need food supplies, such as...

All About Otters
All About Otters
By Konrad Sjoqvist November 17, 2023

Sea otters are not only adorable but play an incredibly vital role in maintaining the ecosystems they inhabit. Sea otters regulate their habitats...

Laura Targett: Costume Hero
Laura Targett: Costume Hero
By Leah Ruckman November 17, 2023

As the musical is approaching less than a month, I had the opportunity to talk to one of Cooper’s most valuable artistic assets. Laura Targett...

K/12 Fun
By Caroline Dylewski November 17, 2023

It's time once again for the Kindergartener/Senior Adoption Program, which is by far Cooper's most well-loved tradition. This October, the Class...

Mr. Tony Yarbrough
Pep Band Keeps the Pep Up!
By Leah Ruckman November 1, 2022

When thinking of Friday Night Lights, you may think of the football, the cheerleaders, and the fans. But even though you may hear them, many people forget about the band. During Friday-night home games, the band works hard to create energy and pep for the players and the fans through their musical performance. The truth is the Cooper community doesn’t really get to see much of the band, besides...

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Varsity Cheerleaders keep Cooper spirit strong
Fall Sports Recap
By Caroline Dylewski November 1, 2022

As the regular Fall Sports season comes to an end, a review of the incredible work our athletes and teams have put in over the past three months is certainly deserved.  Before the school year even began, our Cooper Dragons were hard at work getting ready for the season ahead. Camps, practices, workshops, and scrimmages were all well under way by August 18th.  Our Upper School teams were more than...

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Puppy— Konrad Sjoqvist
February 1, 2023

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Featured Archive: Enough About Students’ Social Lives. How Are Teachers Keeping Up?
Featured Archive: Enough About Students’ Social Lives. How Are Teachers Keeping Up?
Originally written in November 2022
By Annabelle Wu November 17, 2023

At the dawn of my junior year and newfound upperclassman status, several teachers have encouraged my classmates and me to check in on the younger...

Why History?
Why History?
By Susannah Keiser February 11, 2022

 We will all read something written hundreds of years before we were born throughout our high school careers. Whether it's Shakespeare, William...

Epilepsy Awareness
Epilepsy Awareness
By Emily Hamer November 2, 2021

We’ve all heard about it. We’ve all seen it play out, whether it was real or as a joke. However, there is still a lot of confusion and miseducation...

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