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Trunk-or-Treat was Not a Trick

Trunk-or-Treat was Not a Trick

Anjali Sundaram, Reporter
November 3, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Dressed in jerseys, tight leggings and outrageous costumes: kids, parents and students filtered into the parking lot of CP. Kids ran around the lot, playing games and collecting candy from the different booths or “trunks” put on by various clubs and organizations. Trunk-or-Treat is a long standi...

Theatre Presents Haunted InFESTation

Theatre Presents Haunted InFESTation

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
November 3, 2016
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

This past weekend, theater debuted their very first Haunted InFESTation, Cedar Park High School’s very own haunted house featuring the actors from the upcoming production of “Cabaret." The haunted house was open to horror enthusiasts of all ages on Oct. 21-22 and alongside the main event, a walk-through ...

6 Tips to Make Voting Easier

6 Tips to Make Voting Easier

Jordy Peterson, Reporter
October 14, 2016
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

If you're 18, then you can vote for the next President in the upcoming election. Since it’s your first time, you may not know exactly what to do. Here are some tips to help you be more confident in the voting process. The last day to register for Texas voting was Oct. 11. You cannot vote if you di...

National English Honor Society Creates Writing Circles for Students

National English Honor Society Creates Writing Circles for Students

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief
October 14, 2016
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories

NEHS has decided to create writing circles for students in need. The writing circles will be a way for students struggling with essay issues to come in and see a tutor. It also opens hour opportunities for NEHS members. The writing circle will be held every first and third Tuesday of every month during...

‘Unless’ Rocks The Students Of CP

‘Unless’ Rocks The Students Of CP

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
October 13, 2016
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The students that have been paying attention to their surroundings the past few weeks have probably noticed an influx of brightly colored rocks peeking out from under bushes and beneath trees. The painted rocks are hidden throughout the courtyard of the school, each bearing the word ‘Unless.’ The r...

“Starry Night” Themed Homecoming Dance Stood Out From Previous Years

“Starry Night” Themed Homecoming Dance Stood Out From Previous Years

Jordy Peterson, Reporter
September 21, 2016
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Cedar Park students attended the “Starry Night” themed homecoming dance on Sept.17. Organized by Student Council, this year’s dance was held outside in the courtyard, instead of inside the cafeteria. Student Council knew that an outdoor dance would have its challenges, but they managed to pull it off...

Pre-AP Pre Cal Begins OnRamps, New Curriculum

Pre-AP Pre Cal Begins OnRamps, New Curriculum

Avery Deen, Reporter
September 2, 2016
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

This year, there are some major changes occurring in the math department; the class that was previously Pre-AP pre calculus is now an OnRamps class. OnRamps is a University of Texas program that links advanced high school classes with college ones. It is a dual enrollment type course, meaning that the s...

Lenovo Laptop Distribution for All Students

Lenovo Laptop Distribution for All Students

Emilee Guernsey, Editor
September 1, 2016
Filed under Most Recent, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The Lenovo laptops are officially being distributed to all grade levels in the next two weeks. Freshmen will be able to receive their laptops on Sept. 8 through Sept. 13, sophomores should already have theirs from the previous year and juniors and seniors can receive their laptops now. By Sept. 13, every...

New school technology bringing concerns

New school technology bringing concerns

James Shepard, guest contributor
April 6, 2016
Filed under News

The 21st Century, the technological era, the age of cutting edge science and discovery, are we in the future, or stuck in the past? We, as a school, are taking steps towards a more electronic oriented time period, but at the same time there are certain problems holding us back. All across the coun...

LISD students have a COOL Week

LISD students have a COOL Week

Collyn Burke, Reporter
February 29, 2016
Filed under News

The idea of being an adult is terrifying. This notion fluttered through my head as I sat packed in the early morning commute on my way to the first day of my COOL Week assignment. A million thoughts popped up in my over caffeinated head, what would they expect out of me? Would they like me? How badly...

Five fun ways to spend the day of love

Five fun ways to spend the day of love

Collyn Burke, Reporter
January 29, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion

Looking for a fun unique way to celebrate the day of love? Whether you’re celebrating with your significant other, or just some fine friends, these fun Austin experiences are sure to make the day of love one to remember. The Blanton 200 E Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Austin, TX 78701 Open from...

New Year’s resolutions; one month down eleven to go

New Year’s resolutions; one month down eleven to go

Kerry Madden, Reporter
January 28, 2016
Filed under News

To set New Year's resolutions or not to set New Year's resolutions, that is the question. Setting goals or making promises has been a tradition to humankind since Babylonian and Roman times. Here at Cedar Park, students have been navigating the first month of the new year, some with and some without...

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