Advice Column – Internet Safety

Advice Column – Internet Safety

Internet safety is something we are taught about each year, right along with bullying.Internet safety is such an important things because so many people can get hurt whether its directly or indirectly. The internet is so controversial because it can be a great thing yet dangerous. Some great things the internet can be used for […]

“Kong: Skull Island” Sets...

“Kong: Skull Island” Sets the Stage for More Movies in the “MonsterVerse”

Reported by: Sam Woodhouse   Kong: Skull Island released on March 10 and was both a critical and financial success, dethroning Logan at the box office on its opening weekend. The film has received praise from fans and critics for being a fun and exciting monster movie with great performances from John C. Reilly, Samuel […]

Job Applications

Job Applications

Reported by: Ariana Gleason Spring is finally here, and teens all over the nation are searching for the perfect summer job. But how do you get a job as a teen under 18? Well, the first step for 14-17 year olds is getting working papers. They’re separated into two categories: 14-15 and 16-17. For 14 […]

Driver’s Education Course

Driver’s Education Course

Reported by: Anna Smith   Many teenagers regard getting a driver’s license as the threshold into adulthood. What better way to prepare for this momentous occasion than to sign up for a Driver’s Education course? Taking place over the summer, the district offers student drivers the opportunity to enhance and expand upon their knowledge of […]

Spring is finally here!

Spring is finally here!

Reported by: Amya Birch Winter’s over and the start of a new season is here. With the snow slowly melting and the flowers slowly growing everyone is getting ready for spring sports such as …. Lacrosse, softball, boy and girl tennis, outdoor track, and baseball. Also, The CPPHS Drama Club presents “Les Miserables” – Performances: […]

Teen Book Fest

Teen Book Fest

Reported by: Erin Tucker There will be a Teen book fest at Nazareth college on Saturday, May 20th 2017 from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. At this Book Fest, there are different lectures students can listen too, and at the end of the lecture, students will have the opportunity to meet with certain authors such […]

Student Spotlight

Student Spotlight

Reported by: Ariana Gleason Nicholas Rayeski is a sophomore at the high school. He’s actively involved in Choristers singing the Bass 2 part, and drama club, where he works backstage. For the upcoming musical Les Mis, he’s the stage right captain in tech crew. Along this topic, his favorite part about high school so far […]

CPP gets Crowned

CPP gets Crowned

Reported by Jacob Gross On the afternoon of Friday, March 17, students from across the country joined together at the 93rd Columbia Scholastic Press Association Spring Convention at Columbia University in New York City for the Crown Awards ceremony. The Crowns are presented to scholastic publications that are the best in the country, be it […]

National Honor Society

National Honor Society

Reported by: Pearl Cooper Applications are open for National Honor Society. National Honor Society is an organization that focuses on scholarship, leadership, service, and character. Juniors with a cumulative GPA of 88% above are eligible to apply. Applications are due by March 27, 2017. Joining National Honor Society is a good way for juniors to […]

Girls Lacrosse Helmets

Girls Lacrosse Helmets

Reported by: Erin Tucker In the girls spring season of lacrosse, 2017 is the first year due to safety issues that the girls lacrosse team will be wearing helmets. Kendra Heath, a member of the girls lacrosse team said, “it helps protect us from concussions, so if someone whips the ball and hits you in […]