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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

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Although it looks like a lot of rides, this is only a third of the available rides at Kalahari. Here you can see single, double and quad rides right next to people playing basketball in the pool. There are many options at Kalahari, and you should definitely try it before any other waterpark.

[Photo] Water You Doing

Ty Cathey, Reporter
March 8, 2022
Welding a chunk of metal, sophomore Mason Kasel works on a new project while wearing his safety gear for his 
Agricultural Mechanics class. Safety is important in the workshop, and welders weld behind a shower curtain like a light shield. “The best part of my job is when you get a student whos been struggling and then they have an ‘ah-ha’ moment and have this look on their face and you can see the light bulb above the head,” Russell said. “There’s a lot of kids who’ve never had tools at home so this is a whole new experience for them.”

[Photo] Weld Done

Ty Cathey, Reporter
February 15, 2022
Officer Ott poses next to the overflowing Blue Santa toy donation bin. Blue Santa also takes monetary donations to help families in need. We will buy gift cards with the donations they can go to families with small kids and you can buy formula or baby food or whatever they may need, Officer Ott said. Most peoples donations are geared toward younger kids, but we want to include thirteen-fourteen- and fifteen-year-olds.

[Photo] Santa’s Little Helpers

Ty Cathey, Reporter
December 10, 2021
Standing among the clothing racks, the Leander ISD PTA Clothes Closet staff poses for a picture on Oct. 14. Judy Buckner, an experienced community service member who has been helping the Clothes Closet for the past 15 years, said she likes helping students in need. “People do all these things that help people far, far away and that’s great, everyone needs help, but people don’t realize what the need is right here in the community,” Buckner said. “You don’t have to spend all the money on postage to help people, you’ve got people in your own neighborhood who need help.” 

[Photo] Dress for Less

Ty Cathey, Reporter
November 3, 2021
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