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

On Nov. 5 and 6, the Cedar Park FFA chapter will host its second annual livestock jackpot show at the school barn. Lambs and goats will be showing on Saturday, and swine will show on Sunday. Students are welcome to attend either day’s shows and watch Cedar Park FFA members show their livestock animals.

‘Show’ing Off

Kacey Miller, Reporter November 4, 2022

This weekend, the Cedar Park FFA (CPFFA) chapter will be hosting its second annual livestock jackpot show at the school barn. The show will start at six a.m. both days, with lambs and goats showing on...

Kneeling down to keep them still for the picture, senior Lydia Vermillion hugs her FFA show lambs, Windsor and Royal. Vermillion has been a member of the FFA for two years and will be competing in FFA contests in both the fall and spring this year. “[My] lambs take up three to five hours of my day,” Vermillion said. “I am [also] an officer in [the Cedar Park FFA Chapter, which] includes going to officer meetings and regular meetings, and planning [those] meetings.”

No Time for That

Kacey Miller, Reporter October 25, 2022

His alarm clock goes off at five a.m., but it’s not until he first dives into the pool for swim practice that he wakes up completely. After morning practice, it’s time for school, where seven hours...

Stopping to smell the flowers, Estelle the guinea pig stands between two flower arrangements. English teacher Kim Vidrine has been bringing her guinea pig to school since the start of the last school year. [Having Estelle at school has] been a lot of fun for me, Vidrine said. I love having her here, and I like that she hears voices all day and sees people. A couple of weeks ago I posted [on Instagram] a book talk as if Estelle were doing it. I’m going to start using her Instagram page as a way to do book recommendations for followers.

For the Students, Of the Students, By the Students

Kacey Miller, Reporter October 11, 2022

Her morning begins like the average student, she wakes up, brushes her teeth and grabs her English homework from the night before. She puts on a flowery dress and red lipstick, packs up her guinea pig...

Holding out the ball, varsity quarterback and junior Ayden Arp hands the ball off to senior Tyree Nicholson. The team lost 7-24 to Round Rock on Sept. 9. “I think that once we get into district, it’ll be a whole different story,” Arp said. “We’ll have a lot more toughness when we have our district play.”

When the Going Gets Tough, the Toughness Gets Going

Kacey Miller, Reporter September 20, 2022

The blinding stadium lights streak across his vision as he joins the huddle with his team, warm bodies jumping up and down as they yell their pre-game chants. In these moments, it’s easy to forget the...

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