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Feeling Empowered Behind the Screen Now Results in Punishment

Feeling Empowered Behind the Screen Now Results in Punishment

Deana Trautz, Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Cruel words used to be at the tip of our tongues, but nowadays they are at the tip of our thumbs. With one tap of a button, one can share, post, tweet or snap about anything they please. After the linking of cyberbullying to the suicide of 16-year-old David Molak in Texas, a new law has been put in...

Cross Country Dominates in District Meet

Cross Country Dominates in District Meet

Perry Jamail, Reporter

October 16, 2017


Filed under Clubs and Organizations, News, Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

Looking like bolts of lightning-fast green and black, multiple Cedar Park Cross Country teams finish in first place at the 2017 district meet. On Friday, Oct. 13, four Cedar Park teams won in district competitions. Boy’s freshman, junior varsity, and varsity teams all came away with first place wins ...

Cedar Park Challenge Coins Added for Staff Appreciation

Cedar Park Challenge Coins Added for Staff Appreciation

Perry Jamail, Reporter

October 13, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

The administrative team is implementing a new way to reward teachers and staff members for their much-appreciated hard work: Challenge Coins. In an email informing staff members of this upcoming system to show staff appreciation, Assistant Principal Phillip Pearce, who borrowed the idea from past sc...

P.A.C.K Hosts First Event “Anti-Field Day”

P.A.C.K Hosts First Event “Anti-Field Day”

Sydney Miner, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

The P.A.C.K, a club that was formed this year and stands for People Advocating Caring and Kindness, hosted its first event Wednesday called the "Anti-Field Day." The reason its called Anti-Field Day is because the event wasn't going to only consist of athletic activities like previous field days that...

Students And ACL Take Precautions For The Upcoming Festival

Students And ACL Take Precautions For The Upcoming Festival

Sydney Miner, Reporter

October 6, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

Following the tragic events of Las Vegas at the Route 91 Festival, the question has been raised about Austin’s upcoming music festival, Austin City Limits. While some people are worried about the upcoming festival, the ACL's Facebook released a statement the day after the shooting solacing the fans ...

After Much Anticipation, Homecoming Weekend is Here

After Much Anticipation, Homecoming Weekend is Here

Perry Jamail, Reporter

September 15, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

With new additions and improvements, student council is preparing for the 20th anniversary homecoming weekend. The annual homecoming football game and dance have been an ongoing tradition for the school ever since the opening in 1998. According to the 1999 Tracks yearbook, the school called the ...

2017 Homecoming Court

2017 Homecoming Court

Katelyn Gaus, Photographer

September 13, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

2017 Homecoming Court Senior Princesses: Alena Kellerman-Pitts, Kilee West, Ashwini Baht, Jessica Mick and Erika Anglin. Senior Princes: Mak Sexton, Bradly Lovell, Ishav Shukla, Vince Le and Karol Wojtyla. The Homecoming King and Queen will be announced at half-time at the game on Sept. 15 at Gupton....

This is Not a Drill

This is Not a Drill

Deana Trautz, Reporter

September 12, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

Though teachers are notified prior to most drills, Nurse Tara Frost must be prepared for anything that could happen. Whether it may be a bee sting or diabetic shock, she comes ready with a prepacked wagon containing supplies such as water jugs, emergency medicine, juice, first aid and an AED (defibrill...

Get In Line

Get In Line

Deana Trautz

September 8, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

Being landlocked, Cedar Park was not hit as hard by hurricane Harvey as coastal Texas cities. Due to flooding, the Motiva oil refinery located in Port Arthur, TX was forced to shut down. Though this refinery was only one of the handful shut down in the area, it is the largest in all of the U.S accor...

Preparations Start for Next Week Homecoming Festivities

Preparations Start for Next Week Homecoming Festivities

Perry Jamail, Reporter

September 8, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

In preparation for the highly-anticipated homecoming football game and dance, the week of Sept. 11 is officially the 2017 homecoming spirit week. Mickey Monday kicks off the event with people dressing up as Disney characters and then rolls onto Tourist Tuesday where students are encouraged to dress...

CP Makes Effort to Help Hurricane Victims

CP Makes Effort to Help Hurricane Victims

Perry Jamail, Reporter

September 1, 2017


Filed under News, Top Stories

With winds up to 130 miles per hour and unrelenting ‎rainfall for almost a week,  the category-4 Hurricane Harvey brought major flooding to heavily populated cities in Southeast Texas as well as the destruction of many Gulf Coast cities. Hurricane Harvey directed its path through the coastal cities of...

Seniors Head Downtown to Visit UT Museums on Final Field Trip

Avery Deen, Reporter

June 2, 2017


Filed under Most Recent, News

On May 23, students loaded up onto a yellow school bus as teachers stood at the front counting heads and attempting to call roll. Friends squeezed together two to a bench, claiming a row for their squad as everyone filled into place. Bound for the UT campus, the students rolled out on their last field trip. ...

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