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Key club kicks off a new year with a bang

Key club kicks off a new year with a bang

Collyn Burke, Reporter
November 2, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

Though it’s a common misconception, Key Club  was not designed for those enthusiastic about keys. Key Club is the student run high school division of Kiwanis, a community service organization. From canned goods collections to trips to Six Flags, CPHS’s Key Club, according to its member, has been...

Diabetes, allergies, and dragons. Oh my!

Avery Deen, Reporter
October 28, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Features

There is an abundance of clubs here at CP, we have everything from a knitting club to a lacrosse team and a film club to an automotive club. This year three new clubs have been added to the repertoire: the Dungeons & Dragons club, the food allergy support group, and the diabetes support group. ...

Who is WHO?

Who is WHO?

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
October 27, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

Multiple clubs and organizations at CP require community service hours, but some students have a hard time finding any hours, especially if they don’t have cars, according to English teacher Lauren Madrid. Madrid has created an organization called WHO, which stands for Wolves Helping Others. Ma...

Celebs shine with new uniforms at iDance

Celebs shine with new uniforms at iDance

Janet Nava, Reporter
October 26, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

The lights shined as the dancers glittered across the stage; iDance was in full swing on Oct. 7-8 at Leander High School. All five LISD high school dance teams participated in the showcase. “It’s so fun to dance with the other schools because we get to see what dancing teams are like compared to ...

“The Illusion” takes to the stage

Kerry Madden, Reporter
October 15, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

Who’s not inclined to love a good plot twist? Magic, mischievous comedy, and a multitude of love interests make for an interesting turn of events in the theatre department’s upcoming main stage production of “The Illusion.” Running Oct. 30-31, the show exudes the spirit of the Halloween sea...

Choir sings their way to Regionals

Choir sings their way to Regionals

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
October 9, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Features

She nervously tapped her fingers against her thigh as she waited for her number to be called. Surrounded by her peers, all silently mumbling their verses, she couldn’t help but feel anxious. Only a select few would make it to the Regional level and the thought caused a lump in her throat. Finally,...

Celebs dance on a dream at iDance

Celebs dance on a dream at iDance

Janet Nava, Reporter
October 1, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

The lights will shine as sparkly uniforms glint on stage and arms fly to the air, raising poms. The PAC will echo the sounds of loud music and dancing feet while kicking legs point to the sky. The stage will be a collective movement of bright colors. iDance is bringing all of the LISD dance teams tog...

Fundraising with a Twist

Fundraising with a Twist

Avery Deen, Reporter
September 21, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

On Sunday Oct. 4 from 3 to 5pm, color guard will be hosting a fundraiser at Painting with a Twist at 12129 Ranch Road 620 N. Painting with a Twist offers guided painting classes for all skill levels and ages. They have a calendar online that shows all the upcoming classes; you can reserve a seat online o...

Moore crowned the queen of slang

Moore crowned the queen of slang

Avery Deen, Reporter
June 5, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

This year’s Slang Bee, which is structured like your average spelling bee but with teenage slang words that teachers are expected to spell instead, took place in the cafeteria on May 5 from 7-8 p.m. and concluded with the victory of math teacher Angie Moore. “It was the fulfillment of a lifelong...

Celebs make time for Timeless Classics

Celebs make time for Timeless Classics

Janet Nava, Reporter
June 1, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Uncategorized

After three days of performances, the Cedar Park Celebrities Spring Show came to an end on May 2. The performances started on Apr. 30 and the theme was Timeless Classics. One of the sets was based on the famous eighties’ movie “Dirty Dancing,” and was the best routine according to junior Jessie...

Recently elected FFA officers prepare for 2016 school year

Recently elected FFA officers prepare for 2016 school year

Meital Abraham, Reporter
June 1, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations

FFA officer elections were held on April 15, with president, vice president, secretary, treasurer, reporter, sentinel and student adviser positions available. Next year's president will be junior Charlie Hoppe, VP will be sophomore Jacob Coers, secretary will be junior Connor Lowe, treasurer will be...

Mad Hatters take second at regionals

Mad Hatters take second at regionals

Meital Abraham, Reporter
May 14, 2015
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Uncategorized

The Mad Hatters, Cedar Park’s Destination Imagination Team 2, has been competing together for three years and placed second at regionals on March 7 at Hendrickson High School. Normally, second at regionals means advancing to Globals, however, two teams tied for first, so Cedar Park’s team didn’t...

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