Final Decisions

Final Decisions

Reported by Marian Cooper Spring is a taxing season for students. On top of studying and final exams, students have to make decisions that will shape the upcoming school year.  The last couple weeks of April, are extra stressful for the many seniors who have not yet committed to a college. The task of choosing between two […]

Speed ball

Speed ball

Reported by: Pearl Cooper As the weather warms up, gym classes are moving outside for the remainder of the school year. This gym unit, students had the opportunity to stay inside and play volleyball or basketball, or to go out to the turf and play speed ball. Speed ball is a game that combines ultimate […]

The Library’s Variety

The Library’s Variety

Reported by: Samuel Woodhouse   The school’s library is a hot spot among students of CPPHS. It is popular for its enjoyable atmosphere and variety of books to check out. Over the years that variety has grown to include a massive amount of different genres and styles of literature. In addition to novels with the […]

How to balance School & Social L...

How to balance School & Social Life

Maintaining a social life, while keeping your grades up in high school can be so hard. You want good grades, but you want to go out and have fun with friends or a boyfriend or girlfriend. We understand that you want to be able to go and do the fun things in life. Here are […]

Thrifting for Prom

Thrifting for Prom

Reported By: Jaedyne Filkins  Prom is like the grandest dance of all dances. CPP High School has Homecoming, Semi, and Prom. All the guys will get dress up, comb their hair, put on a tux, etc. The girls will do the very same, get their hair done, buy a new dress, a new pair of […]

Star Wars Celebration in Orlando

Star Wars Celebration in Orlando

Reported by: Samuel Woodhouse   Throughout all of last weekend ran Star Wars Celebration in Orlando, Florida. Star Wars fans from all over gathered to celebrate the franchise’s 40th anniversary. Notable guests who made appearances at the panel include Kathleen Kennedy (president of Lucasfilm), George Lucas (creator of Star Wars), Dave Filoni (director of animated […]

Spring Fest

Spring Fest

Reported by: Erin Tucker On Friday, April 21ST, the student council will be hosting the Spring festival during your lunch periods. During this time, students can engage in various activities such as the games “Rainbow run” and “Guess that Teacher”. Mrs. Hillman, English teacher at the high school and one of the teachers helping with […]

Easter Epidemic

Easter Epidemic

  Reported by: Ariana Gleason While most people focused on coloring easter eggs and eating delicious meals on Easter, the Department of Pigs’ Welfare at Harvard was more concerned with the random spike of people celebrating by eating ham this holiday. “Usually, 30% of people who celebrate Easter are vegetarians or vegans and don’t consume […]

Fun Fact of the Week: The World’...

Fun Fact of the Week: The World’s Largest Tree

Reported by: Anna Smith The General Sherman is a giant sequoia tree that has amazed tourists and natives for centuries. What’s so captivating about it? Measuring in at a volume of approximately 52,500 cubic feet, it is the world’s largest tree. However, this is not to say that it is the tallest tree in the […]

The Bird Bug

The Bird Bug

Reported by: Ariana Gleason Why didn’t the chicken cross the road? Because it had the flu! Last month the H7 strain of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza was found in a flock of 73,500 chickens in Lincoln County, Tennessee on a commercial chicken farm. This is an interesting case because it’s the first strain of HPAI […]