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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...

Top Five Girl Scout Cookies

Top Five Girl Scout Cookies

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
January 25, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories, Weekly List

  Girl Scout Cookie season is upon us in full force. Whether your little sister is selling or you’re scouring every Wal-Mart for those delicious treats, everyone is enjoying these honored treats. Everyone has a personal favorite when it comes to Girl Scout Cookies, but some are definitely fan-fav...

HOSA Club Earns Recognition

HOSA Club Earns Recognition

Jordy Peterson, Reporter
January 24, 2017
Filed under Clubs and Organizations, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

What exactly is HOSA? HOSA stands for Health Occupation Students of America. It’s a club for students who are interested in going into the medical field in the future. Club members learn all about the many professions in health care and how to pursue their ideal career. “[People should tak...

Divided Feelings Over “Split” Movie

Divided Feelings Over “Split” Movie

Avery Deen, Reporter
January 23, 2017
Filed under Media Monday, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Reviews, Top Stories

So you’ve probably heard of “Split” by now. In fact, most people seem pretty tired of hearing about it. Ads for the new horror thriller have played countless times on youtube and television for the last few weeks, driving many who despise the genre to hate hearing “twenty-three personalities l...

Lessons Learned in 2016

Lessons Learned in 2016

Victoria Sananikone, Reporter
January 19, 2017
Filed under Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

2016: a year of numerous ups and downs that flew by faster than we could blink. Another 365 days of our lives has passed, another trip around the sun, sparking ideas for New Year’s resolutions. This past year consisted of days that have taught some people valuable lessons or have left others feeling dis...

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...

Cheer Places 24th in State at Competition

Cheer Places 24th in State at Competition

Emilee Guernsey, Editor-in-chief
January 19, 2017
Filed under Most Recent, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

The cheerleaders made their way to Arlington, Texas to compete in their annual cheer competition on Jan. 9-10. This was only the second year that UIL recognized cheer as a sport and the second time that CP has performed. Advancing from last year, the cheer team placed 24th out of 122 teams, beating ...

Man Seeks Women: The Bachelor is Back

Man Seeks Women: The Bachelor is Back

Carlie Morgan, Reporter
January 17, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Media Monday, Most Recent, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The backbone of modern society returned to TV this winter. That’s right, ABC’s “The Bachelor” is back with a brand new cast of quirky girls fighting over the affections of one slightly above par male. This season, that slightly above average male is Nick Viall, who has previously starred in t...

Recap of the 2016 College Football Season

Recap of the 2016 College Football Season

Nick Hedges, Reporter
January 13, 2017
Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

This past Monday, the 2016 college football season drew to a close as Clemson scored with one second left to stun Alabama and win the national championship 35-31. The Tigers prevented the Tide from finishing an undefeated season as Deshaun Watson led his team back, thrashing through the mighty Alabama defe...

$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...

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...

Humans of CP- Ms. Sue

Humans of CP- Ms. Sue

Houston Fuller, Reporter
January 3, 2017
Filed under Humans of CP, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Our cafeteria staff works hard everyday to make sure that students have food to eat at lunch time. Ms. Sue, a dedicated lunch lady, told us what she loves about being at CPHS. “I love the children, and teachers, the cooks, the cashiers, everything. I’ve been working for 26 years. Seven here, and...

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