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

Lacie Perry

Lacie Perry , Reporter

Lacie is a sophomore and first-year reporter. She enjoys writing about opinions on social standards, and beliefs. After school, she works at a dog kennel, training and showing German Shepherds. She plans on attending Baylor University and joining the military through civil service to write for the different branches. She loves caring for animals and helping her friends. You can always find her sitting on the ground somewhere reading a book.

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As winter approaches, Texans should start taking action on preparing their houses and families for another serious winter storm. Being caught in a storm without the necessary resources can be life threatening, and you must take the needed precautions to ensure everyone’s safety this winter.

Snowmageddon Survival Guide

Lacie Perry, Guest Reporter
December 21, 2021
Standing in front of his Cardinal Airplane, Freshman Alex Trebilco reminisces about the good times hes had in it. I really like the Cardinal, Trebilco said. Its really fast, it flies well, and shes always treated us good.

Young Wings

Lacie Perry, Reporter
March 26, 2020

Ally

February 12, 2020
Containing their excitement, color guard poses for the camera after winning first place.  Its exhilarating, senior Chloe Nettles said. Its not scary because I know my technique and when we nail our trick tosses and just knock it out of the park, the roars from supportive guards behind us and the audience in front of us push me harder.

Winning With Flying Colors

Lacie Perry, Reporter
February 5, 2020
In the summer of 2009, the 40th anniversary of the moon landing took place, and with it emerged a small population of people who believed it was fake. As the history of Apollo 11 recedes into the background of history, the belief that it was all staged grows stronger.

Outer Space Inhabitants

Lacie Perry, Reporter
January 21, 2020
Centering his target into his scope, Sophomore David Smithhart prepares to take his first shot of the round during marksmenship practice for JROTC. Every time I shoot I just feel really calm and repeat aim, shoot, reload in my head, Smithhart said. Its what helps me stay focused when I get jittery or nervous.

Taking Aim of What is in Range

Lacie Perry, Reporter
December 19, 2019
Raising her hand in oath, Barbara Sylvester speaks the words to officially join Key Club. I was really proud and happy, Sylvester said. I wasnt quite sure what to expect but once we really began the induction I felt really outside of my comfort zone, and I just felt super honored to be able to be an officer in Key Club and to get officially inducted.

The Key to Success

Lacie Perry, Reporter
December 4, 2019
My whole experience at the farm was substantial. I did enjoy all of the activities I took part in but most of them aim for the smaller, younger kids that visit. I recommend that everyone, at least once in their lives, experience the fun of the farm because it’s easily enjoyable for the whole family, and it radiates some really nice positive, laid back vibes.

Sweet Berry Farms Review

Lacie Perry, Reporter
November 4, 2019
I could have really believed that the actors were in an insane asylum, they were crawling around, being screamed at by the “doctors” and “tour guides,” and some even went so far as to actually cry, which they executed with amazing talent.

Theatre Haunted House Review

Lacie Perry, Reporter
October 30, 2019
In the summer of 2009, the 40th anniversary of the moon landing took place, and with it emerged a small population of people who believed it was fake. As the history of Apollo 11 recedes into the background of history, the belief that it was all staged grows stronger.

The Shadows Have Eyes

Lacie Perry, Reporter
October 3, 2019
Sophomore Ireland Weaver takes photos on Snapchat. Weaver says that the only reason she uses filters is so she can have fun with them herself.                           
“I think filters are like digital makeup,” Weaver said. “I put 
filters on my photos to make them pleasing to me, it’s not for 
anyone else.”

A Digital Mask

Lacie Perry, Reporter
September 10, 2019
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