Meet and Greet: Electives

Houston Fuller, Reporter

With the retirement of Jim Tarvin, the Broadcast program got a new teacher.

garcia_anthonyAnthony Garcia

Garcia previously worked at a news station in Waco before becoming a fellow Timberwolf. This is his first time teaching at a school, and he is ambitious about the future of the program. One of the first big changes he made to the program was re-branding from CPHS-TV to CPHS News.

Q: What do you like about CPHS so far?
A: I’m impressed with the students and how responsible and involved they are.

Q: What was your favorite class in High School?
A: Yearbook. Loved the opportunity to write a history book for my school.

Q: Favorite music artist right now?
A: I’m a big fan of Chance the Rappers new mixtape.

Q: What would your role be in a zombie apocalypse?
A: Dead.


ringstaff_katherineKatherine Ringstaff

Q: What do you like about CPHS so far?
A: I like how genuinely nice the students are.

Q: Favorite class in High School?
A: English.

Q: Favorite music artist right now?
A: Pretty much any country artist.


Chris Oliver

This is Oliver’s first year teaching. Prior to this, he worked out of Austin with South West Security as the financial officer then at Apple teaching adults about technology.

Q:  If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
A: I think the ability to read minds would be amazing because it would be kind of cool to know what people are thinking because we are kind of a mystery.

Q: What would be your Starbucks order?
A: I know it’s kind of boring but I would get plain black coffee.