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Nutrislice Serves

Nutrislice Serves

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

May 7, 2019

Nutrislice, an app currently available in the App Store and Google Play Store, allows students to see the cafeteria menu before lunchtime in all Leander ISD schools. In February, the app introduced a pre-order option so students can order a deli sandwich in advance if they are too busy to wait in a long...

Livin’ on a Spare

Livin’ on a Spare

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

April 29, 2019

She's a die-hard baseball and football fan, but the sport she chooses to devote most of her energy and time to is bowling. After weeks of dedicated training and competing, junior Addy Bates was ranked second at State during the competition on March 30. "It's so amazing knowing that all of the hard...

Future Presidents, Governors, Politicians

Future Presidents, Governors, Politicians

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

February 15, 2019

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...

Iriyana’s Got Talent

Iriyana’s Got Talent

Addy Bates, Reporter

February 5, 2019

Four a.m. It is typically a time for sleeping, but for junior Iriyana Lipkin, 4 a.m. was once the end of a 10-hour rehearsal in preparation for "America’s Got Talent." On top of school work, being the digital content manager for The Wolfcast and making time to teach other kids how to dance, L...

Won’t Be Erased

Won’t Be Erased

Deana Trautz, Editor-in-Chief

January 22, 2019

Being stuck in the wrong body — it’s the “Freaky Friday” nightmare that freshman Evan Johnson has lived with for over 15 years. Johnson is

Project Lavender

Project Lavender

January 10, 2019

Click here to read about DECA seniors Nithila Ilangovan, Isabelle Thai and Kelsey Jones' Project Lavender.

Year Rewind

Year Rewind

Estefani Rios, Reporter

January 1, 2019

As the new year begins, many reflect on their experiences from the previous year. From the good to the bad, from the lows to the highs, 2018 was an eventful year for many. Below are five student reflections on their year and what they hope 2019 will bring.  

Talented Teens

Talented Teens

Kaley Johnson, Reporter

December 4, 2018

Nearing graduation, and soon to be thrown into the real world, students often strive to find something they excel at and enjoy doing when they are in high school. For freshman Katie Smith, it's writing her own music. For senior, Rich Daugherty it's starting up a small business. Students can also find...

Tired of Being Tired?

Tired of Being Tired?

Brody Bush, Reporter

November 29, 2018

Lack of sleep is a common problem among students and adults according to studies by the American Sleep Apnea Association (ASAA). They reported that 25 percent of adults report troubles sleeping 15 out of every 30 days. With high schoolers, the studies said that only 30 percent of students claim that they ge...

Next Stop, Hogwarts

Next Stop, Hogwarts

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

November 6, 2018

Magical wands. A sorting hat. Potions and brooms. The Harry Potter Club has it all, including members who are loyal to their Hogwarts house. By bringing to life the magic found in the book series, Harry Potter Club provides an exciting environment for any student. Consisting of every type of fan,...

Just Around the Corner

Just Around the Corner

Morgan Kasel, Reporter

October 25, 2018

Cedar Park is full of restaurants and drink places located on almost every street. Places like Milburn, Mr. Boba, Panera and Yaghi's are some of the ones that can often get crowded with groups of students who are relieved to be out of school and with their friends. Located right across the parking...

Time to Volunteer

Time to Volunteer

Estefani Rios, Reporter

October 22, 2018

Volunteer Season. The time when students join clubs and honor societies. The time when students are desperately looking for volunteer hours and opportunities. The time to help the community. Below are four options in which students can volunteer and contribute to the community. 1.Cedar Park Publi...

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