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Timber Teach Starts off Strong with a Large Staff

Timber Teach Starts off Strong with a Large Staff

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
September 28, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Each day of the week after Oct. 1, students will have the opportunity to sign up through their DEN portal to study in the Timber Teach section of the library. Timber Teach is a student led organization that was created last year with the central goal to project a stress free zone of innovated students...

Students succeed at State UIL Academics

Students succeed at State UIL Academics

Avery Deen, Reporter
June 1, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

On May 25, several students competed in UIL Academics on the State level. Cedar Park placed 11th overall and had four students place individually in varying events. Junior Morgan Grosch came in first in the Lincoln-Douglas debates, junior Lindsey Buggi placed second in headline writing for journalism...

NHS elects incoming senior officers

NHS elects incoming senior officers

Collyn Burke, Reporter
June 1, 2016
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As the year comes to an end at CP, a new day dawns, and a new era of seniority is reined in. Like many other organizations, the officers of Cedar Park’s National Honor Society have passed their torch to a new group of incoming seniors who look to make their own mark on the club, while carrying on its...

Academic UIL competitors advance to regionals

Academic UIL competitors advance to regionals

Kerry Madden, Reporter
April 26, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Top Stories

Competition. Not an unfamiliar term to the vast majority of the student body here at CP. Currently holding the State championship title in both football and marching band, our school’s sports and band programs are notorious for posing as intimidating competition when it comes to district play and beyond....

SkillsUSA wins awards in drafting

SkillsUSA wins awards in drafting

Jake Herrick, Reporter
April 18, 2016
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On Feb. 5-6, the students of Mr. O Maduneme and Mr. A. J. Jordan participated in the regional SkillsUSA competitions in individual events where students' technical skills were challenged in computer drafting in either architecture or engineering. Students had four hours to replicate a blueprint using ...

TimberTeach tutors students

TimberTeach tutors students

Avery Deen, Reporter
April 11, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

English teacher Chris Young and a group of student leaders have recently founded a new organization called TimberTeach. TimberTeach is a league of tutors that aim to provide aid to any student who needs it. “We believe it will create a better learning environment because it’s not just teachers...

Theatre takes on UIL One Act Play

Theatre takes on UIL One Act Play

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
April 6, 2016
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Theatre showcased their UIL One Act Play on March 21 with their performance of “Wit.” The original play won the Pulitzer prize in 1999 and is about an uncompromising professor of literature who is battling stage five ovarian cancer, played by senior Kerry Madden in the CP version. The UIL comp...

The Locker opens up a new resource for students in need

The Locker opens up a new resource for students in need

Avery Deen, Reporter
March 21, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Top Stories

A new branch of the Locker Project, or the Locker, has recently been started here at CPHS. The Locker is a student run program that started in Georgetown and has begun to spread, the aim of the Locker is to provide school supplies and necessities to students who may not have other ways of getting the...

Celebrities take home Grand Champion title on last competition

Celebrities take home Grand Champion title on last competition

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
February 24, 2016
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The Celebs kicked their way through the Belton competition on Feb. 20 and won overall grand champions as well as first place in soloists, line officers, social officers and more. Junior Claire Dunn was one of the soloist runner ups to the Celebs captain Mackenzie Lawrence, who took first place. “It ...

RoboLobos build into a new season

RoboLobos build into a new season

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
February 19, 2016
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Three years ago, Robotics was introduced and formed at CPHS. Now, the organization is known throughout the school and the club has around fifty members, all split into various groups. The Robotics team comes together to build a robot in what the team calls the “build season.”  Then, they will...

GSA and NPFH spread the love with Valentines for all

GSA and NPFH spread the love with Valentines for all

Avery Deen, Reporter
February 17, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

On Friday Feb. 12, the Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) and No Place For Hate (NPFH) clubs handed out valentines cards to students and staff around campus. “We wanted a new project to work on and thought that the valentines would be fun and could make people’s day,” said GSA president junior Cin...

Looking out from the stage; “Phantom of the Opera” from the cast perspective

Looking out from the stage; “Phantom of the Opera” from the cast perspective

Kerry Madden, Reporter
February 16, 2016
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This year’s spring musical, “The Phantom of the Opera,” was a showcase of the theatre department’s talent on stage and behind the scenes. The well known show was challenging for the cast and crew, but with dedicated students and rehearsal, the final product was one that the cast and crew were...

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