The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

As winter approaches, Texans should start taking action on preparing their houses and families for another serious winter storm. Being caught in a storm without the necessary resources can be life threatening, and you must take the needed precautions to ensure everyone’s safety this winter.

Snowmageddon Survival Guide

Lacie Perry, Guest Reporter December 21, 2021

With the approaching year of 2022 comes the coldest months of the winter, and with that, the new dreaded fear of electrical, heat and water loss. Last year, for the first time in recent Texas history,...

While Die Hard isnt your typical Christmas movie, it is set during the Holidays and is iconic and thrilling. If you havent seen this movie yet, I would consider it a must-see, and Christmas season is the perfect time to watch it.

Winter Weather Hits

Hank Barna, Reporter December 15, 2021

As the air gets colder, the leaves die and the snow (possibly) starts to fall, you can probably expect to spend some more time inside in your heated home under a blanket. With that extra time inside, here...

This year, for Class of 2025, only core classes are utilized to calculate weighted GPA. According to LISD, the official weighted GPA includes up to eight semesters in English/language arts,  mathematics, science, social studies and four semesters in languages other than English (LOTE).

The First Hurdle

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief December 13, 2021

With the favorite time of the year comes the not-so-favorite revelation of each student's grade point average and class rank. Those poor souls who thought it was “just a number,” are in for a real...

Striking a pose, Celebrities lieutenant and senior Ava Caldwell performs her squad routine at the holiday show on Dec. 2. Caldwells team performed a high energy jazz routine to an All I Want For Christmas remix.  “Leading up to the show, I was pretty nervous because I have a lot more dances and responsibilities as an officer during the show,” Caldwell said. “The holiday show is my favorite with the music, the groups featured and the styles of dance we typically get to do. This year was even more exciting because I had the chance of choreographing something for my squad as an officer.

Let it Glow

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief December 3, 2021

Decked out in their sparkly sweaters, elegant dresses and holiday-themed outfits, the Celebrities and other organizations danced along to festive music at the annual holiday show yesterday. The performance...

Holding up their T-Wolf signs, volleyball girls and Wolves for Wishes ambassador, senior Ana-Kate Partridge, pose for a picture at the volleyball bake sale on Oct. 19. This was the clubs first fundraiser, and they raised a total of $1,750 for the Make A Wish Foundation. I was shocked at how much money [we] raised from the bake sale, Partridge said. Just knowing that we raised that much money and that [the team] was willing to do this made me really excited, and I was so grateful that all these people [donated].

Wolves For Wishes

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief December 1, 2021

Wearing Timberwolf green shirts with a dazzling “Wolves for Wishes” script and globe depicted across the chest, volleyball girls and supporters of the Make A Wish Foundation sit together at the volleyball...

Sophomore Isa Conde De Frankenberg celebrates her bronze medal as she stands on the podium Friday afternoon with first place winner, senior Cameron McConnell from Canyon Randall, and second place winner, sophomore Allie Love from Colleyville Heritage.

Taking Home the Bronze

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2021

At State, sophomore Isa Conde De Frankenberg places third with a time of 17:26.3 minutes for the 5K.  “It feels really amazing to be able to even qualify for State and have a chance to be able to...

Running at the State Championships, Isa Conde De Frankenberg places third with a time of 17:26.3 minutes. Conde De Frankenberg advanced to State as an individual, and the varsity boys team competed as well, placing seventh. “I was really excited to come here for a second year in a row, and it was a little disappointing that the girls team didn’t make it, but I just had to keep training hard and be prepared for State, Conde De Frankenberg said. I was really excited, but also really nervous because there’s such amazing runners out here and it’s a really big competition. I definitely wanted a faster time or a better place, but overall, I’m just happy that I even got here and was able to place in the top three.”

A Date With State

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief November 5, 2021

This morning at Old Settlers Park in Round Rock, the fastest long distance runners in Texas kicked up mud and raced their limits for the State Championship. With hundreds of competitors, only the toughest...

Defending the goal from her opponents, varsity team captain and senior Shelby Hayes moves her way down the court  during varsitys open practice. Hoopfest, a fundraiser held for girls basketball on Oct. 23, consisted of open practices, a free throw competition and barbecue plates. It is honestly incredible how much money we raised from Hoopfest, and I would like to thank all the people in the community who donated and helped support our program,” Hayes said. This would not have been possible without you.

Hoops, They Did It Again

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief October 25, 2021

Sprinting down the court, varsity girls’ basketball practices their motion offense, zone defense and shooting drills before Hoopfest. Held on Oct. 23 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hoopfest was a fundraising...

At the Honda Stage, my friends and I saw Surfaces and Polo G perform. This stage is one of the larger stages, and I was up near the barricade so I felt all the vibrations through my body. I definitely got dehydrated, but they passed out boxed water to the crowd, which helped me not feel like I was about to pass out.

A Lost Phone, Breakup & Overpriced Food

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief October 15, 2021

The lovely smells of weed and drunk adults wafted through the sweaty crowds at Zilker Park on the first weekend in October. What might have been pleasant for others was certainly not for me. Yes, watching...

The 20-year rule influences each decades’ runway looks and popular outfits. This rule delegates the time it takes for a trend to die and then be reborn decades later. “For our generation, we have such a cool opportunity with social media, streaming platforms and stores to explore new music, movies and clothes to curate our own unique likes and styles, senior Ava Caldwell said.

Fashion Forward

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief October 4, 2021

As the classic baggy mom jeans, platform shoes and babydoll dresses weave their way back into closets, the rise of the 90s and 2000s fashions peak yet again.  Whether the comeback of low-rise jeans...

Running with a ball clutched in his arm, Kason Fuller, a member of the nonprofit organization Cheyanna’s Champions 4 Children (CC4C), participates in the varsity football teams after school practice. Fuller, who was diagnosed with PANDAS when he was five, is an outdoor enthusiast with a newfound interest for football. Me and my dad usually practice football outside,” Fuller said. “We usually catch the ball, but sometimes we act out players.

Never Give Up

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief September 17, 2021

Standing at just 4 foot tall, first grader Kason Fuller only reaches most of the team’s jersey numbers, but the 7-year-old’s enthusiasm dominates the Timberwolf practice field. Fuller was diagnosed...

Riding the pink animal crackers was definitely one of my favorite parts of the Museum of Ice Cream. I loved the incorporation of cotton candy, the funky mirror and the “Scoop-A-Scoop” game where you whack mini ice cream cones. I also really enjoyed the flavor options and definitely recommend Birthday Cake.

Sundae Funday

Ally JohnPress, Editor-in-Chief August 25, 2021

Here’s the scoop: rainbow sprinkles, bright neon lights, multicolored floating objects, fruits and candies sprinkled all around and a multitude of ice cream flavors. A world of fantasy and uniqueness...

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