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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

Junior Abby Williams on the set of The One Act Play That Goes Wrong posing next to senior Noa Avigdor, juniors Evan Schmitt and Seth Loudenslager, and sophomore Ben Akers. “I still think that ‘The One Act Play That Goes Wrong’ has to be my favorite,” Williams said. “Its the show where I discovered my love for comedy and comedic acting, and where I found out that I have really good comedic timing, if I do say so myself. I got a round of applause in the middle of the show for a moment that I am very proud of.”

A Seasons Sensation

Mia Morneault, Reporter April 11, 2024

Captain of her troupe, a first year Seasons Choir member and an actor destined from the start, junior Abby Williams stands center stage in a world full of opportunity. Williams had an unorthodox way...

Posing with their “Featured Yearbook” banner, signifying that the 2022-2023 yearbook is used as an example for other yearbook classes, the yearbook team smiles at the camera. Yearbooks have been on sale for $80 all school year, with 90 left in stock. “Im really happy with this book,” content editor and senior James Sanderson said. “I think other people are going to be happy with it; all our pages look really cute. Issues are a thing, but we have them every single year and we dont let them get in the way. We work on a very, very tight schedule and theres no pushing deadlines back. It’s a lot of fun, though. It is such an amazing staff and a very engaging team. Its very fulfilling work.” Photo courtesy of Paige Hert

The Staff Behind the Spreads

Kacey Miller, Editor-in-Chief April 10, 2024

He rings the classroom doorbell as he stands outside its door, the muffled sounds of a bustling yearbook room seeping through the door’s window. The door is opened by someone rushing by and he enters,...

Standing for a group photo, Rho Kappa volunteers group together to run the Women’s History Month gallery walk in the library. “The members’ involvement was really nice to see,” Rho Kappa Vice President James Sanderson said. “I liked seeing our Rho Kappa members actively participate in community events, especially with something as important as women’s history. Photo courtesy of Jennifer Fortenberry

Walking Through Time

Jane Yermakov, Reporter April 9, 2024

To celebrate Women’s History Month, librarian Keri Burns teamed up with Rho Kappa, the social studies honor society to host a gallery walk in the library. Held on March 27-28, the gallery walk showcased...

Holding a bucket of materials in one hand and a roll of tape in another, anatomy and biology teacher Tyler Terry prepares for a lab. Terry said his proudest moments are when his students are happy to see him. “When I take my wife to a football game or something and a bunch of students want to say hi to me or they like to smile and wave and it just makes me feel good that the students are really kind and supportive of me,” Terry said. “[I’m also] proud when I see students perform really well in their extracurriculars because I can see how hard they’re working in my classes, [so] when I see that they’re also working so hard in other things. Like they’re winning band competitions or they’re getting awards for their theater productions, or I see them put on their choir shows, that’s like, wow, you guys are incredible.”

A Very Spleen-did Person

Kassidy Wilkinson, Reporter April 4, 2024

Known to his students as some form of Mister Brother Professor Tyler Kent Terry the First, anatomy and biology teacher, Tyler Terry, is currently fulfilling his dream.  Terry didn’t always know what...

YouTube TV can be accessed on an array of devices without having to pay for a separate account.

Youtube on Televison?

Jonathan Levinsky, Reporter April 4, 2024

As media and entertainment become increasingly digitized, so is the demand for efficiency. That’s where fully digital products such as Youtube TV come in and fully dominate the tv market. YouTube, the...

Robotics team 14361 holding their trophy after winning the UIL 5A State FTC competition on March 21 in Belton. “It felt amazing since we finally saw all of our hard work pay off,” junior Luyang Chen said. “Every single person on the team was overjoyed. For many, it was probably one of the best moments of the season.” Photo courtesy of Arav Neroth

Robolobos Go Loco

Caroline Howard, Reporter April 3, 2024

Anticipation fills the room in Belton as they patiently wait for the scores to be revealed on March 21. Robotics team 14361 bursts out into screams and hugs as the realization hit that they had just won...

Walking through the tunnel created by the cheerleaders and Celebrities, senior Frances Tran smiles as the soccer team is sent off during DEN for their playoff game against Rouse tonight. Tran said the wins against Smithson Valley and Alamo Heights gave the team a morale boost to take on the Raiders tonight. “I know we were not 100% confident in those games,” Tran said. “But, Rouse is a big opponent for sure. We’re definitely going into tonight with a lot of morale [because of the previous wins].”

Crosstown Showdown

Alyssa Fox, Reporter April 2, 2024

Screams float through the air as hugs and celebrations take over the field. The gold ball trophy comes out and the girls take a sigh of relief as another soccer powerhouse in the state falls at the hands...

Released March 8, 2024, Kung Fu Panda was produced by DreamWorks Animation and is a sequel to Kung Fu Panda 3. It was directed by Mike Mitchell, with Po voiced by Jack Black and Zhen by Nora Lum (more commonly known as Awkwafina). Graphic by Jane Yermakov

With a Side of Dumplings

Jane Yermakov, Reporter April 2, 2024

The “Kung Fu Panda” trilogy (or former trilogy), in my eyes, was untouchable by the critics and opinions of others. The stories carried bright and funny animation that delighted my child self, and...

Senior Ash Foster poses next to her project she built for to attend the San Antonio Ag Mech show. Her purple planter built for her mom earned herself a blue ribbon. “I think it was really fun to learn how to paint,” Foster said. “We used spray paint primer and then two coats of paint and I thought that was really fun. We had to clean the entire thing. We had to wire wheel it and there was still splatter after and I spent like 3 hours cleaning. I had to put a hazmat suit on with a respirator. I absolutely loved it. I feel like Im in Monsters Inc right now. All the projects were all black and the only way you could see mine was because it was purple.”

Blue Ribbon Season

Heidi Williams, Reporter April 1, 2024

The sounds of sparks flying and metal hitting the floors is a daily occurrence in the welding classroom. Students scamper around, asking for help or even showing off their projects as they prepare for...

Pictured above is Olivia Rodrigo performing “the grudge” at her “GUTS” Tour. I left this concert feeling grateful, nostalgic and just overall so happy that I had gotten to be a part of such an unforgettable experience.

Grateful All the Time

Julia Seiden, Reporter March 21, 2024

As the wax begins to drip down the purple candles that spell out “GUTS” and the lights gradually dim, the letters become disfigured and a rush of adrenaline can be felt throughout the entire theater....

DEN, a 35-minute-long free period students are given, is used in many ways for a variety of purposes. Students use this time to work on homework, make up missed tests and sometimes catch up with friends. Lots of students use DEN to run “errands,” as well, whether that means picking up an assignment from a teacher, visiting with a student teacher or asking the librarian about a tech issue. Students can no longer leave their designated classroom during DEN, even to go to the restroom.

DEN-tention for the Win

Kacey Miller, Editor-in-Chief March 20, 2024

Students are now expected to remain in their DEN classes for the entirety of the free period after a new protocol was announced Feb. 23 by Associate Principal Tereasa Back. The rule requires teachers...

To combat the growing price on fast food, my family uses fast food apps. There are five apps we use the most: QuikTrip, Sonic, Chick-fil-A, McDonalds and Whataburger.

Apps for Frugal Foodies

Kassidy Wilkinson, Reporter March 15, 2024

It’s a classic scene in my family. All seven of us kids lined up behind the cashier, eager to tell them our order. Once our whole pack of nine has had a turn, the cashier reads back our order. Four chicken...

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