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Wolfcast renovations bringing in new technology

Wolfcast renovations bringing in new technology

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
January 29, 2016
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In the past couple of weeks, The Wolfcast has been off air due to renovations. They plan on coming back around Feb. 5 with new technology and better communication. The renovations are supposed to be helping the cast with communication between each “team.” Broadcast teacher, Jim Tarvin, and The Wolfca...

Coffee for a cause

Coffee for a cause

Avery Deen, Reporter
January 12, 2016
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On Wednesday, Dec. 9 at the Roasters coffee shop, National Honor Society held a fundraiser raising money to aid victims of the Bastrop fires. There was also a performance by the GNP improv troupe, a branch of PNG which is no longer a school sponsored association. Prospective member freshman Olivia Cantrell ...

APES students dig in deep

APES students dig in deep

Collyn Burke, Reporter
January 8, 2016
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From growing lettuce to upcycling, there’s not much Doc. Mcpherson’s APES class doesn’t do. A recent addition to their environmental curriculum included a trip to a small hydroponics farm and homestead, located just an hour away. Hydroponics farms use fish to help grow and fertilize plants, allowing...

How to make it into honor societies

Avery Deen, Reporter
December 17, 2015
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As spring semester rolls around, some students may be wondering how they can get into the different honor societies on campus and what exactly is done in these organizations. In National Honor Society, or NHS, students will receive an invitation to apply if they are a current junior or senior with a 4...

Students sing their way to Regional Choir

Students sing their way to Regional Choir

Avery Deen, Reporter
December 17, 2015
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Choir excelled at the Regional Choir Auditions on Oct. 27.  With 21 students making regional choir and 13 advancing as Pre-Area Candidates, the men’s choir had twice as many advancing to Pre-Area as any other school in the region. While there were many qualifiers for the Region and Pre-Area cho...

FFA Students take on Centex and the future

FFA Students take on Centex and the future

Kerry Madden, Reporter
December 15, 2015
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No matter how they got to it,  from friends’ suggestions, to parents, or simply wanting to explore an interest further, FFA have found themselves involved in a school community and  immersed in something they could be passionate about. Freshmen to senior competitors have turned their months of pre...

Celebs showcase annual Holiday Show

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
December 11, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

The second year of the Holiday Show, hosted by the Celebrities, took place on Dec. 3 at 7 p.m.  This years show consisted of dances not only from the Celebrities, but from different school clubs and even some of the faculty. Some of the teachers volunteered for the faculty dance, including biology teacher A...

Timber Tech prepares for deployment of laptops

Timber Tech prepares for deployment of laptops

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
November 30, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

A new class known as Timber Tech was formed last school year in preparation for the deployment of the new Lenovo laptops that the freshmen will be given on Dec. 7-8. The class is designed as a help desk for freshmen who experience difficulties with their laptops, according to librarian Debby Barnes. ...

CP Band conquers State capturing first place

CP Band conquers State capturing first place

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
November 12, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, News

The silence echoes through the stadium as the students rapidly head to their positions. Their hearts pounding in their chests and their palms sweating but still palming their instruments. The drum majors lined up in front of the crowd, eyeing their peers. Finally, the drum majors raise their hands and...

CP students make Trunk or Treat a hit

CP students make Trunk or Treat a hit

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
November 10, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

The annual CP Trunk or Treat was held on Oct. 29 from 5-7 p.m. instead of the usual Sunday afternoon due to bad weather. Every year Trunk or Treat helps raise food or money for the community, and this year the money being raised went to a scholarship fund for former teacher, Nancy Celniker. The students an...

CPHS Presents: The Phantom of the Opera

CPHS Presents: The Phantom of the Opera

Collyn Burke, Reporter
November 9, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Entertainment

Cedar Park’s theatre department moves to its winter musical: “The Phantom of the Opera." The beloved Andrew Lloyd Webber musical will be a first for both the school, and for the award ceremony GAHSMTA, Great Austin High School Musical Theatre Awards. The show will be performed Jan. 14-17 by the elated...

PSAT Team learns the ropes of the ropes course after two months of preparation

PSAT Team learns the ropes of the ropes course after two months of preparation

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
November 4, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, News

After the PSAT was taken on Oct. 14, the PSAT team was rewarded with an event during school on Oct. 15 under the ropes course led by the LISD Ropes Course Facilitator, Greg Glover. According to math teacher and PSAT team leader Linda Ziemann, the course was meant to just let the students have a br...

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