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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

Dressed as a cow, PALs member and junior Lynnea Bergman smiles at her friends with a face covered in whipped cream. The annual trunk or treat took place on Oct. 26 during which the PALs pie in the face activity was very popular, according to Bergman. “We were doing a pie in the face and cakewalk to get the kids to have fun,” Bergman said. “Some of the kids in the PALs [program were at the trunk or treat] and they got to pie us in the face. [My favorite memory] so far is probably getting pied in the face by a four year old. He went so hard and it was very funny.” Photo courtesy of Lilly Adams, used with permission

Every Trick or Treat in the Book

Kassidy Wilkinson, Reporter October 27, 2023

From two-feet-tall construction workers to a seven-foot-tall banana, the parking lot turned into another world during the annual trunk or treat last night. Giant pizzas walked hand-in-hand with burgers...

A little girl throws a bean bag at last year’s No Place For Hate booth at Trunk or Treat. This year, the event will run Oct. 26 from 6-8 p.m. in the front parking lot and is open to anyone in the community. “This year, I’m really looking forward to seeing all of the kids, the community, and all of the fun costumes,” Kirkland said. “I really love this event because I get to see everyone’s interests and creativity through their costumes, and it helps me connect with the community too.” (Photo Courtesy of The Wolfcast)

A True Communi-Treat

Iliana Tangarova, Reporter October 26, 2022

The wrinkling of candy wrappers can be heard as sweets are passed out to kids dressed up in Halloween costumes. Clubs and organizations gather around the parking lot and deck out their cars in spooky decorations,...

The show choir, a class that mixes theatrical dance with singing, gathers together for a photo. This class, and others, are filled with new faces like freshmen Alexandra Moll and Charlotte Griffin who said they were ready and excited for their first year in a high school choir. “The choir community is so supportive, everyone is incredibly nice and enjoyable to be around, Moll said. I am most excited for the end of the year beach trip. To spend time with my friends during that time sounds like so much fun.” (Photo Courtesy of Madison Horton)

More Than Just a Voice

Cyrus Van Sickle, Reporter October 3, 2022

Choir. The program that goes roller skating, sings Christmas carols on Riverwalk boats, performs student-written plays and still manages to be a nationally recognized high school choir. Although singing...

Helping out Jess Gilles, an instructor for Hopeful Hearts, freshman MJ Kelly poses with horse Hercules on Oct. 20. Kelly rode on Hercules and practiced their trotting and right diagonal. Hercules is a really chill horse, but once you get him going he can go really fast and do some incredible things, Kelly said. Hes also super sweet, so he works well with kids.

Time to Volunteer

Estefani Rios, Reporter October 22, 2018

Volunteer Season. The time when students join clubs and honor societies. The time when students are desperately looking for volunteer hours and opportunities. The time to help the community. Below are...

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