With the passage of House Bill 5, teachers within the Copperas Cove Independent School District should now be able to focus on what they were employed to do. House Bill 5, signed into law Monday by Texas Governor Rick Perry, is aimed at improving school education by expanding curriculum options, reducing standardized testing and enhancing...
The move into the new Copperas Cove City Hall is complete and signs are going up. City offices moved into this building on Main Street recently and everything is done except for two interior signs, said City Manager Andrea Gardner. “The move went very smooth and staff is very excited about the new offices, she said. “There were no issues.”
The Copperas Cove Independent School District Board of Trustees will meet tonight to consider a proposed 3 percent midpoint employee pay increase for 2013-2014, which will cost the district a little more than $46 million and is a $1.4 million increase from last school year.
Jessica Vick leaves the stage after picking up her diploma during the Copperas Cove High School graduation at the Bell County Exposition Center Friday. The largest class in CCHS history – 478 graduates – walked across the stage.
During the Copperas Cove High School graduation on Friday, 478 seniors walked across the stage at Bell County Exposition Center as family and friends watched to celebrate this accomplishment.
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