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The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

A portion of the debate team’s flier advertising their duct tape fundraiser. Debate team captain Delaney McClure said she hopes the fundraiser will raise the necessary funds to aid next year’s team with their expenses as the formerly debate class-exclusive team transitions into a club. “It costs money to do certain things that clubs have,” McClure said. “I just wanted to make sure that [the debate team] is all set up for next year and start doing fundraisers so we can get to that position as a club.” (Photo Courtesy of @debate_cphs on Instagram)

Duct Taping for Debate

Jaden Kolenbrander May 22, 2023

The debate team’s first-ever fundraiser will put teachers in a sticky situation.  Organized by junior and communications director Shika Menon with senior and debate captain Delaney McClure, the fundraiser...

Cedar Park’s Got Talent

Cedar Park’s Got Talent

Caleb Taylor, Reporter April 27, 2023

Cedar Park Tonight is back tonight for one night only. Students and teachers from all different organizations will come together in the Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. for the annual show, with a new...

Posing around the front office Timberwolf, the district champion UIL team celebrates their team and individual wins. The district UIL Academics competition took place on March 24, 25 and 30 and Cedar Park has 25 students advancing to Regionals on April 21-22 at the University of Texas at San Antonio. “I had a lot of fun and I’m excited to continue onto Region,” senior Ashley Chikkala said.

UIL Academics: District Destroyers

Iliana V Tangarova, Reporter April 10, 2023

For the second year in a row, the UIL Academics team are 25-5A district champions. "I'm very happy and pleased with the success that we've had the past two years," AP United States History teacher and...

Preppin’ for Prom

Anthony Luparello, Reporter April 5, 2023

The shine of the shoes across the length of the dance floor, makeup of perfect proportions, alongside flashing lights across the stage, there’s a lot more that goes into a prom than one would expect.  Every...

Soundwave poses for a picture after performing in the Legislative Prayer Breakfast for Texas politicians. Multiple audience members, such as State Rep. Terry Wilson, approached the students afterwards or requested to take photos with the singers. “[A woman] told us that it reminded her of singing when she was younger,” Ferguson said. “She said she sang the same song, but a different version and that it was one of her Dad’s favorites. She was really proud and really liked the performance.” (Photo Courtesy of Kyra Cox)

Soundwave Sings Their Way To The Capitol

Ava Callaway, Reporter March 10, 2023

On Feb. 23, the choir went from the PAC stage with an audience of family and peers to singing for hundreds of politicians in downtown Austin. The choir ensemble Soundwave, which consists of the girls'...

No Mo’ Polo

Caleb Taylor and Katie Whitmarsh February 16, 2023

After the recent district decision to demote water polo’s status from an official UIL sport to an unsponsored club, many students have taken to social media, the Wolfcast and even district school board...

Junior Kaelyn Benz holds her show goat and sets up a profile view for the judges at the FFA Jackpot event on Nov. 7. In competitions like the FFA Jackpot and the Greater Leander FFA Show, students animals will be separated and will compete against other animals in the same class. “This allows the judge to see every angle of the sheep and how they’re built,” Benz said.

The Greatest Livestock Show

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter January 19, 2023

This year, FFA has been working with their animals and preparing for different shows and events as usual. Starting today and running through Saturday, is one of their bigger events, the Greater Leander...

A woodworking vendor shows off his creations at the annual Project Graduation Holiday Bazaar on Dec. 10. “We’ve been doing this since 2012, and so some of the vendors have actually reached out to us,” Project Graduation president Paula Hufford said. “A lot of them have been here year after year, [but] some of them are new. Some of them are [current] students or previous students, so theyre familiar with the event, and now they’ve started their own little businesses.”

A “Bazaar” Fundraiser

Caleb Taylor, Reporter December 13, 2022

Project Graduation. While it may sound like a government experiment on 18-year-olds, it’s actually a fun-filled evening, historically at Main Event, for the whole senior class. This year’s committee...

From left to right, seniors Lucas Tenrreiro, Jonah Jordan, Clayton Yeoman, junior Rylan Stedman, seniors Julian Rabago, Mikail Sadic, Patrick Riordan, and junior Luke Barsun stand posing together under streetlights.  This group has known each other for a few years and celebrated another Halloween together. “The way we celebrated Halloween this year didn’t really differ from previous years.” Sadic said. “We kind of did the same things we always do, except that some people couldn’t call off of work, so we had a slightly smaller group than usual.” (Photo Courtesy of Mikail Sadic)

Halloween’s Alive

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter November 8, 2022

After a few years of Halloween being interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, it seems that the spooky holiday may be back to normal. In 2020, the U.S. went into a lockdown period, and for around a year,...

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. (Photo Courtesy of Hayden Green)

‘Show’ing Off

Kacey Miller, Reporter November 4, 2022

This weekend, the Cedar Park FFA chapter will be hosting its second annual livestock jackpot show at the school barn. The show will start at 6 a.m. both days, with lambs and goats showing on Saturday and...

A little girl throws a bean bag at last year’s No Place For Hate booth at Trunk or Treat. This year, the event will run Oct. 26 from 6-8 p.m. in the front parking lot and is open to anyone in the community. “This year, I’m really looking forward to seeing all of the kids, the community, and all of the fun costumes,” Kirkland said. “I really love this event because I get to see everyone’s interests and creativity through their costumes, and it helps me connect with the community too.” (Photo Courtesy of The Wolfcast)

A True Communi-Treat

Iliana Tangarova, Reporter October 26, 2022

The wrinkling of candy wrappers can be heard as sweets are passed out to kids dressed up in Halloween costumes. Clubs and organizations gather around the parking lot and deck out their cars in spooky decorations,...

More than 50 students, all donned in red T shirts, pose for a group picture at the front grounds of the school, holding various signs and symbols. These students all engaged in a silent, peaceful protest regarding the Roe v. Wade and abortion situation as of now. “It felt kind of empowering,” senior Aleksae Watson said. “Because they were all there for the same thing. We all are aware that what’s going on isn’t right. I’d say it’s not appropriate. We all deserve our rights and our freedoms and it’s just being stripped from us.”

A Loud Silence

Ruchi Sankolli, Assistant Editor May 23, 2022

On a sunny afternoon on May 12, more than 50 high school students marched towards the front of the school, donned in bright red T-shirts and holding bright, bold signs. These students are one of the many...

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