The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

The student newspaper and broadcast of Cedar Park High School

The Wolfpack

Kaydence Wilkinson

Kaydence Wilkinson, Reporter

Kaydence is a junior and first year reporter. She began her newspaper career at the age of zero when she was on the front page of Austin American-Statesman along with the rest of her quintuplet siblings after her birth. She is co-founder of the Pickleball Club and enjoys reading Brandon Sanderson, watching K dramas and running... away from people trying to make her run. After she graduates, Kaydence hopes to attend Brigham Young University where she will miss Torchy’s Tacos, but enjoy the cooler temperatures of Utah.

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Carefully balancing one piece of paper over another, junior Ryder Wilkinson builds a paper tower with his team at the Architecture Club’s second meeting. Ryder said he was interested in architecture in the past, but the Architecture Club allowed him to get back into it and learn new things. “I [won] one of the competitions, the first one that we had,” Wilkinson said. “[In the second competition] we lost [because] we could not build a tall enough tower that could withstand the blow of a powerful fan, [but] I still had fun because I was with my friends.”

Building A Legacy

Kaydence Wilkinson, Reporter
February 21, 2024

The Biggest Win of All

Kaydence Wilkinson, Reporter
January 29, 2024
Researching todays stock market and looking for trends, junior Mason Crews competes with his twin brother Owen Crews in the DECA Stock Market Game. According to Mason, working as a team makes it easier to spot trends that would negatively affect their value. “There’s been a few times where I found something I thought would work and then Owen found some sort of trend or something that makes it look like [a stock] is going to go up,” Mason said. “Then we don’t [buy] it and the next day it goes up 40%. Or I research the stocks for the day and I don’t find anything but Owen finds something that’s going to go up 40% the next day.”

[Photo] Out of Stock

Kassidy Wilkinson, Reporter
January 17, 2024
Young Spanish III, AP IV, and AP V teacher and AP grader Kris Campos stands on some rocks at a historic site in France. Campos’ grandparents spoke German, so she took a few German classes in elementary school but did not learn much of the language past that. In high school, however, Campos began learning French and continued to learn more in college. “I had an aunt in France [who] worked in the fashion world, and she was gorgeous,” Campos said. “I wanted to understand what she was saying, so when I went to college I took French. And I loved it. I took French one, two, three, four, and then I did my junior year abroad in France, and studying abroad was absolutely life-changing. France was [my] first life-changing experience because I had never been out of the country before, [and] I met people from all over the world.”

Grader Than Ever

Kaydence Wilkinson, Reporter
December 17, 2023
As part of Ben Rector’s Old Friends Acoustic Tour from 2023 to 2024, Rector made a stop in Sandy, Utah on Oct. 7. Performing in the concert were Ben Rector, Jordy Searcy, and Austin Goodloe. The concert took place in the outdoor Sandy Amphitheater with three musical instruments: the keyboard, guitar, and bass.

Extraordinary Magic

Kaydence Wilkinson, Reporter
October 18, 2023
With the SAT, ACT, and PSAT around the corner, students like senior Frances Tran purchase workbooks to help them study. When she was studying for the SAT, Tran practiced reading on Monday, writing on Tuesday, math on Wednesday, and when she felt she had studied a topic enough, she moved on.“[In order to study] during the summer, I bought these Panda Books,” Tran said. “You can buy them on Amazon, and you can get them in specified subjects. I thought those were really good for helping you study because they teach you specific types of problems that the SAT is going to have. I also use Khan Academy to do the full practice tests.”

ACT Now

Kaydence Wilkinson, Reporter
October 17, 2023
Starting the early morning practice, new swim and dive coach Kyla Gargiulo informs her student-athletes of their next set, giving them tips to help along the way. Gargiulo looks forward to keeping the swim team competitive and improving throughout the year. “The thing I love most about coaching is getting to be a part of the sport that I fell in love with,” Gargiulo said. “[I also love getting to] help the current team achieve and surpass their goals while having fun.”  Photo by Kaydence Wilkinson

Rookies of the Year

Kaydence Wilkinson, Reporter
September 15, 2023
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