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TimberTeach Rolls out New Program

TimberTeach Rolls out New Program

Avery Deen, Reporter
March 3, 2017
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

In an attempt to increase their student outreach, the TimberTeach program has decided to rebrand themselves and create a new system in which the student teachers can go directly to the students in need of aid. This new roll out will be happening after spring break and tutors will be ready and availa...

Students Advance to Internationals in DECA

Students Advance to Internationals in DECA

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
March 1, 2017
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, News, Top Stories

On Feb. 24-26, DECA students traveled to San Antonio to compete in the state DECA competition. Four out of the 15 students qualified for Internationals, otherwise known as ICDC. Seniors Brittany Ballou and Avery Daniel are advancing to Internationals for Fashion Merchandising and senior Sagar Kan...

The Curtain Rises for Theater Students

The Curtain Rises for Theater Students

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
January 30, 2017
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

CPHS's award winning UIL plays and acclaimed musicals are not the only productions taking the stage this year as students in theatre classes are putting on an in-cass show giving them a practical experience into what it takes to be in theater. "Our in class productions are little shows each individual...

PNG Marches Into The Spotlight

PNG Marches Into The Spotlight

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
January 27, 2017
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Features, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

After a year of absence, CPHS’s own Penguin National Guard has returned to the stage to bring laughter to the school once again. The improv troupe, composed of comedically gifted individuals performed their comeback show this past Friday, Jan. 20, which consisted of multiple comedic games which not only t...

Team 5052 Builds their way to Steamworks Competitions

Team 5052 Builds their way to Steamworks Competitions

Avery Deen, Reporter
January 19, 2017
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

For robotics Team 5052, build season is the most hectic, insane, and arguably, most important time of the year. Heralding the start of the robotics competition season, it begins a seven week period of long hours spent trying to build a bot to tackle the task presented by competition head, FIRST, whi...

Students Offer Tips to Battle Allergy Season

Cheryl Cruz, CPHS News Reporter
January 12, 2017
Filed under CPHS News, Most Recent, News

With cedar at an all time high making allergies worse than ever, many of the CPHS students are looking for relief. More than 30 million people around the world, and over 30% of the population suffer from pollen related allergies. Cedar pollen has always peaked in the first few weeks of January but t...

$500, the Year Without Sweets

$500, the Year Without Sweets

Jordy Peterson, Reporter
January 11, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Most Recent, News, Opinion, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Hi, my name is Jordy Peterson, and I used to be a sugar addict. Growing up, I had a sweet tooth. I could inhale an entire batch of warm snickerdoodle cookies in one sitting, while spraying canned whipping cream straight into my mouth. A favorite pastime of mine was licking cake batter off the spatu...

Students Have Mixed Reaction to New Cedar Park Flag

Celeste Ritzheimer, CPHS News Reporter
January 11, 2017
Filed under CPHS News, Most Recent, News

The City of Cedar Park is getting mixed reaction after recently adopting a new flag and CPHS News spoke to student about their thoughts. Out of 250 design submissions, Catherine Van Arnam’s was chosen as the very first flag of Cedar Park.  The flag was unveiled in early December and the mixed resp...

DEN Schedule Change to Follow CTE Requirements

DEN Schedule Change to Follow CTE Requirements

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief
January 4, 2017
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

As the second semester begins, the students in the hallways have begun to murmur about the new DEN schedule and the changes being made. An entire new school calendar is being released, and every day students’ home DENs will be different. The reason for these changes is because of a conflict with the a...

CP Celebrities Celebrate the Holiday Season

CP Celebrities Celebrate the Holiday Season

Jordy Peterson, Reporter
December 7, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

With lights glaring and smiles gleaming, the CPHS Celebrities performed their Holiday show on Thursday, Dec. 1. Attendees brought toys to donate to the Blue Santa, a nonprofit organization that provides gifts for families in need during the holiday season. Other school organizations had their chance ...

2016 Election Recap

2016 Election Recap

Avery Deen, Reporter
November 29, 2016
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

On Nov. 8 the votes were tallied and the new President elect of the United States was chosen. Republican candidate Donald Trump won the electoral college with 290 votes to Democrat Hillary Clinton’s 232. Popular vote wise however, Trump did have less at 60,530,867 to Clinton’s 61,329,657, accordi...

NEHS Pops Up Community Libraries

NEHS Pops Up Community Libraries

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
November 7, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

This year National English Honor Society, officers are making their members do something a little different for service hours. They plan on building and creating libraries and displaying them around the community and the school. Historian, senior Luke Williamson talks about the crucial role that libraries pla...

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