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From The Seniors, To The Underclassmen

From The Seniors, To The Underclassmen

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

March 12, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Top Stories

As summer grows closer and seniors prepare to graduate, juniors start to wonder what’s in store for them during their next year. The SAT, ACT and other college preparation requirements can look overwhelming, but seniors have some tips and advice to make the process a little easier and a lot less st...

A Few Clicks is All it Takes

A Few Clicks is All it Takes

Kieren Garner, Reporter

March 11, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Top Stories

All dreams start somewhere, and for junior Jaelyn Gray, her dream is becoming a reality. Gray has started her own Instagram run business, KJTHRIFTING, where she goes and buys unique clothing items and then posts them on Instagram at better prices for people to buy, while also donating the clothes that...

STEAM Rolling into the Future of Education

STEAM Rolling into the Future of Education

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter

March 11, 2019


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Science, technology, engineering, art and math are now known by the acronym STEAM. While the concept of STEM is more commonly known, the integration of the “A” for art has become a prominent field of interest, such as at STEAM Night hosted by Deer Creek Elementary School PTA. On Feb. 7, elementa...

Solo Ensemble Competition Raises Over $9,000

Solo Ensemble Competition Raises Over $9,000

Estefani Rios, Reporter

March 7, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Top Stories

To raise money for the Stacy Kaye Danielson scholarship, the Celebrities dance team hosted the Stacy K. Danielson Solo Ensemble Competition (SEC) on Feb. 2. The Celebrities organization gained full control of the competition this year and renamed the competition in honor of their former dance director,...

The Pulsera Project

The Pulsera Project

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

March 5, 2019


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Indian activist Mahatma Gandhi once said, "you must be the change you wish to see in the world." By taking part in the Pulsera Project, the Spanish Honor Society is bringing a colorful change to countries in Central America, as well as to the local community.  "It gives them a sense of community,...

Staff Picks: Must Try Restaurants Around Austin

Staff Picks: Must Try Restaurants Around Austin

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter

February 19, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Staff, Top Stories

From its parks, lakes and hiking spots, to being the live music capital of the world, Austin is known for many things. Austin’s food trucks, vendors and restaurants also play an important role in making Austin special. Here are some restaurant suggestions around Austin that The Wolfpack staff recomme...

Future Presidents, Governors, Politicians

Future Presidents, Governors, Politicians

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

February 15, 2019


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

On Jan. 24 and 25, five students put their passions and knowledge to the test at the Texas Youth and Government state competition sponsored by the YMCA. Despite competitors not being ranked, junior Erin Barry received the "Outstanding Club Leader" award, sophomore Kate Schulle participated as part of...

There’s No Offseason for Drum Corps Performers

There’s No Offseason for Drum Corps Performers

Noah Hedges, Reporter

February 15, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Opinion, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Drum Corps is known as "marching band’s major league." Every fall, thousands of performers audition for different corps across the country in instruments of their choice. The audition process is long, and very challenging, but when the work finally pays off, applicants find themselves a home over the...

Lady Timberwolves Basketball Makes History Once Again

Lady Timberwolves Basketball Makes History Once Again

Callie Copeland, Reporter

February 8, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

“Pflugerville- 1st, Cedar Park- 2nd.” These words have been typed, written and taped all around the Lady Timberwolves’ locker room for weeks. In early September, the prediction of district standings was released, and sophomore guard Sarai Estupinan said that those predictions sparked the t...

Finding His Niche on Twitch

Finding His Niche on Twitch

Estefani Rios, Reporter

February 7, 2019


Filed under CPHS News, Features, Humans of CP, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Playing games on the internet for hundreds of people to view seemed like an absurd thing to do a few years ago. Now, with the rise of streaming and video sharing platforms like YouTube and Twitch, it is taken more seriously by outsiders.  Sophomore Tristan Gauny has streamed gaming content on Twitch since the fall of ...

Talk About Technotrash

Talk About Technotrash

Nithila Ilangovan, Reporter

February 7, 2019


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, CPHS News, Features, Recent Stories, Top Stories

From serving as a health hazard to contaminating the environment, there are many ways that technology can negatively impact the world if disposed of incorrectly. Environmental Issues with Technology (EIT) was initiated last year by senior officers Justin Nita, Adri Karmakar and Grant Lee in hopes of educa...

Kickin’ It With Killebrew

Kickin’ It With Killebrew

Callie Copeland, Reporter

January 31, 2019


Filed under Features, Humans of CP, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Every morning, as students strap on their backpacks, Officer Ray Killebrew puts on his badge. Originally from Inks Lake, Texas, Killebrew now works here as the full-time School Resource Officer after making what he said was one of his best career moves yet. “I really enjoy it over here,” Killebrew...

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