The Wolfpack

Leading The Way, Making a Difference

Leading The Way, Making a Difference

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

January 17, 2020

Service project after service project, the Timberwolves for the Environment club continues to take stands in important organizations in their community and world. After their most recent fundraiser of creating recycled bags and wreaths, as well as collecting different money donations, the club raise...

Would You Rather Do it or See it?

Would You Rather Do it or See it?

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

January 3, 2020

In their later years of school, students learn to dissect animals in their biology classes in order to get a closer look at how the body systems of different beings are structured and how they function. For example, when the students are dissecting a heart, they can feel the valves and see the differen...

A Journey’s Impact

A Journey’s Impact

Kieren Garner, Reporter

January 2, 2020

It is usual for high school students to want to spend their free time sleeping in, hanging out with friends, or maybe even binging Netflix. But there are the rare few who want to spend their free time helping others in a completely foreign place. Senior Faith Elliott recently started a project called Project F...

Hearts for the Homeless

Hearts for the Homeless

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

December 20, 2019

 The African American Heritage club started an item drive to help out the homeless. The drive hoped to raise one hundred pairs of socks, bars of soap and toothbrushes through the holiday season. The event was created in conjunction with the organization hearts for the homeless, which is a charit...

A Timberwolf Fall Semester in Review

A Timberwolf Fall Semester in Review

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

December 20, 2019

With new hallways, classrooms, locker rooms and trophies, this semester brought many changes and numerous achievements. With just some of the achievements being highlighted, Cedar Park topped many as they carried out different seasons.  Principal John Sloan commented on the many construction advances...

Application Aspirations

Application Aspirations

Emily Mahoney, Reporter

December 18, 2019

Each year of high school brings new challenges, but the feat of making final decisions on a future education path and career is unique to senior year. With application season coming to an end and deadlines closing in, students reflect upon their experiences from shortcomings in the process itself to how ap...

Dancing Through the Halls

Dancing Through the Halls

Ally JohnPress, Reporter

December 12, 2019

Bright lights, fancy outfits, ear-to-ear smiles all around. On Dec. 5, the celebrities hosted their annual holiday show.  Several organizations participated in the production, such as the Spanish Honor Society, PALS, theatre, choir, both the CPMS and CPHS dance classes and the CPMS Crimson Cadet...

Snapshots for Service

Snapshots for Service

Emily Mahoney, Reporter

December 11, 2019

While many students like to keep their weekends to themselves, on Nov. 9, photography club officers and members came together at Brushy Creek Park to take family portraits for people in the community. The club charged $50 for a 15 minute session and five edited photos. In the past, the club has focus...

Booked for a Lifetime

Booked for a Lifetime

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

December 9, 2019

CPHS Librarian Debby Barnes has been selected to be a reader for the TAYSHAS reading program. This is one of the reading programs created for high schools and is equivalent to the Bluebonnet reading program for elementary schools and the Lone Star reading program for middle schools.  “I think it...

Teacher Feature

Teacher Feature

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

November 29, 2019

There is no question about the importance of teachers in a school. Without them, the school could never run in the first place. They help improve skills in math, English, science and many other things in hopes of preparing us for a bright future, but there is a lot more to them that students don’t s...

Suburban Safari

Suburban Safari

Kieren Garner, Reporter

November 27, 2019

It’s not uncommon for the average household to have a dog or a cat, or even a fish. But senior Natalia Peck is the proud owner to thirty one animals, ranging from the average dog, to eight legged creatures and animals with no legs at all. According to Peck, animals have always been a love of hers, and ...

Fashion Forward

Fashion Forward

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 22, 2019

From high heels to bright lights and runways, the fashion industry has it all, including creative designers and models. After discussing it earlier this year, copresidents junior Reese Parker and senior Katherine Ng decided to create a fashion club where students with all levels of experience and in...

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