The Wolfpack

Shred For a Buck

Wrestling Booster Club President Jason Malmquist directs cars to the paper shredder and supervises the event. Malmquist considers the paper shredding fundraiser to be beneficial to both the wrestlers and the team, as personal connections are strengthened. “Other sports tend to do things a lot as a team,” Malmquist said. “In wrestling, we do have a team, such as team scoring. But this gives them a chance to bond, spend some time together, and it’s always fun to do something like this together. We think it’s important that the wrestlers are the ones raising the money. When they are here themselves, they actually have to come out and do something, and we think that [it’s] great that they put in [effort]for their own team.”

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

October 19, 2020

The CPHS Wrestling Booster Club discovered a new fundraising tactic: shredding paper. On Oct. 17, the booster club held its annual Shred Day from 10 a.m to 1 p.m. in the CPHS parking lot.  Attendees could safely shred their important documents during the event with help from the wrestlers who unl...

Spring Break Extends Due to COVID-19

This is a 3-D rendering of what COVID-19 looks like under a microscope. The spikes along the viruses membrane are what allows it to attach to cells.

Isaiah Prophet, Reporter

March 27, 2020

A current topic of conversation in daily life and in the news is the COVID-19 or Coronavirus. Since its discovery in Wuhan, China back in late 2019, it has caused massive shut downs in the economy, widespread panic in people around the globe, according to BBC. Coronaviruses were first identified du...

Winning With Flying Colors

Containing their excitement, color guard poses for the camera after winning first place.

Lacie Perry, Reporter

February 5, 2020

All eyes are on the flags being rippled musically through the air, bright colors being reflected off of the poles from the sun. Synchronized moves come from each performer who engulfs themselves in their dancing motions, relating to the music which is booming from the speakers.  Varsity wint...

Crafts For Lives

A few birds nests that Debby Barne's Crochet group had made. Barnes had started a crochet group in order to help the displaced wildlife in Australia.

Ruchi Sankolli, Reporter

January 20, 2020

In October of 2019, the continent of Australia broke out in a series of wildfires. Less than a month into the new year, and these wildfires are still raging over many major cities. Trees have been burned to ashes, animals have been displaced and families have been forced to evacuate.  According...

Dance to Your Own Beat

Spreading her arms out wide, senior Celebrity Kari Malone performs in the gym at a pep rally. The Celebrities are hosting the upcoming silent disco this Saturday.

Ally JohnPress, Reporter

January 8, 2020

Blasting music, tasty food and friends all around - the combination for the perfect school dance. But there’s a catch. Everyone has headphones and it’s completely quiet. This Saturday, from 8 to 11 p.m., the Celebrities are hosting the school’s first silent disco.  The silent disco is one of many fundraisers f...

Choir Students Advance To Area

Choir students perform at the Fall concert on Oct. 8. Senior Lindsay Dove will be advancing to the State competition in January.

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

December 16, 2019

At this year’s All-State Choir Pre-Area Audition, many choir students competed for the chance to make it to the area audition in January. Nine students were selected to advance this year making CPHS the school with the most students moving forward in the region in terms of 6A schools.  The com...

FFA Advances to Area

Senior quiz team members hold a second place banner after their district LDE competition on Nov. 11. Competitions grow bonds junior senior quiz team member Skye Lindholm commented.

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

December 10, 2019

The big white barn down Cypress Creek road may be a big part of an FFA members life, but there is more to the club than what meets the eye. Every year, members in the Future Farmers of America organization represent their chapter in a series of competitions.  On Monday, Nov. 11, Cedar Park FFA competed ...

Making Strides By Leaps And Bounds

The 2019-2020 Celebrities line up on the football sidelines after their halftime performance on Sept. 27. First year auditionee, freshman Emerald Charity Cox was able to earn a spot on the 2020-2021 Celebrities team. She said that throughout the four days of the process, her feelings varied. 
“My feelings definitely changed as each day came and went,” Cox said. “I was feeling excited on Monday, but on Thursday I was feeling a lot more nervous, [but] I was still feeling confident.”

Estefani Rios, Editor-in-Chief

November 23, 2019

From Monday to Wednesday, two hours each day, hopeful dancers learned the audition routine for the Celebrities and Emeralds dance team. Six hours of practice leading up to the four hour audition day this Thursday.  This year, 65 dancers auditioned. Out of those who auditioned, 36 made it on the ...

Students Not Soldiers

Ireland Weaver, Reporter

November 20, 2019

Many students living in the aftermath of columbine, sandy hook, parkland, and too many more mass shootings,  know the fear of “what if it happens to us?” Sophomores Lacie Perry and Jordan Reyes-Miller said they think about the threat of mass shooting a lot due to the many recent mass shootings....

All Girls Considered

Amelia Kaza, Reporter

November 20, 2019

 It is a podcast club called All Girls Considered. The podcast focuses on women in business, and its purpose is to help young women feel empowered.    “All girls considered seeks to create a safe space for girls to tell their stories and explore the power of storytelling through the c...

T-Wolves End Regular Season With a Bang

The T-Wolves hoist the district  champions trophy after officially clinching the outright title. The Wolves

Justin Ballou, Reporter

November 11, 2019

The real season begins now as Cedar Park heads to playoffs.

Celebrities Help Pets of The Community

A dog and his owner discuss the vaccine process during the Celebrities Pet Clinic on Nov. 6. The dance team, with help from parent volunteers, held their annual clinic at Cedar Park this year and served pet owners from all over the community.“My favorite part about helping out was seeing the Celebrities in action as they pretty much ran the whole event,” volunteer and parent Kelly Richardson said. “Dr. and Mrs. Tarlton even commented about how helpful and professional our girls were, and they work with lots of organizations to do these clinics.”

Ava Caldwell, Reporter

November 8, 2019

From dogs lined up on the sidewalk barking, to cats meowing in kennels, the Celebrities attracted all types of pet owners to the high school during their annual pet clinic on Nov.6, where both dancers and parents offered people from around the community discounted vaccines for their animals. Sophomore ...

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