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20 Years of Cedar Park

Perry Jamail, Reporter

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In celebration of 20 years since Cedar Park High School first opened its doors for students in 1998, a pep rally was held last Friday, on June 1st.

During the rally several notable staff members and alumni spoke about how far the school has come since 1998. A video was shown that included several teachers who have been teaching at the school since the opening, as well as the first principal of the school Ron Lafevers and the current principal John Sloan.

“The 20th anniversary was a lot of fun,” Sloan said. “I really hope that our current students take from [the 20th anniversary event] and see the pride and history of Cedar Park and carry that forward and think about what they want their legacy to be when they leave.”

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