Tate and Tennis: A Dynamic Duo

Tate and Tennis: A Dynamic Duo

By: Esha Soni If you wanted a soft serve, you should’ve gone to Peaches n Cream! Tate Treadwell’s experience on being a freshman and a tennis player. Tatum Treadwell, is on girls tennis team and she is about to kick ACE this season. Tate is a new freshman taking in the whole CPPHS experience. It’s […]

One Last Time

One Last Time

By: Jaquelle Quenan “So I guess when they hand us that diploma thing, we’ll be done here.” The time has finally come. After roaming the same halls, dealing with some of the same teachers, and seeing the same people, it’s the class of 2018’s senior year. It’s the last year confined within these walls of […]

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Final Weather Report

Final Weather Report

6/9-Partly cloudy. High of 78 6/10-Morning clouds with afternoon sun. High of 80 6/11-Very sunny. High of 9-freaking-4 6/12-Few clouds. High of 92 6/13-Look up your own dang weather!! It’s summer, now go home

Class of …

Class of …

Well, it’s that time.. It’s time to say goodbye to the class of 2017. Congratulations ! You have made it. On behalf of the rest of the CPP High School, we wish you the best of luck on closing this chapter and starting a new one in life. Sometimes life can get hard and get […]

Pride Month

Pride Month

Reported By: Jaedyne Filkins Gay Pride also known as Pride Month, is currently celebrated each year in the month of June to  honor the 1969 Stonewall riots in Manhattan. According to Google, “Gay pride or LGBT pride is the positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people to promote their […]

The End Of An Era

The End Of An Era

Reporting by Jacob Gross On June 23, Corning Painted Post High School will finally bid farewell to the remaining Vikings and Trojans. Four years ago, Corning West High and East High combined with the former morphing into the new middle school. Two seniors were selected to answer three questions- What their high school careers have […]

Wonder Woman Takes Over Theaters

Wonder Woman Takes Over Theaters

Reported by: Samuel Woodhouse   The superhero genre (and the film industry in general, for that matter) has always been one dominated mainly by men. That all changed last weekend, however, with the release of DC’s newest outing in their film franchise, Wonder Woman. The movie is the story of an Amazonian warrior princess who […]

Reaching Out for Help

Reaching Out for Help

Reported by:  Anna Smith Regardless of who’s asked, most students will agree that school can be demanding, hectic, and difficult. Between homework, extra curricular activities, and socializing with peers, it’s easy to neglect personal well-being. When this happens, a person may not be aware of it at first. For many, this is the unfortunate truth; […]

Regents Exams

Regents Exams

Reported by: Samuel Woodhouse   Regents exams are always a huge deal for students when they come around. Most classes revolve entirely around passing the corresponding Regents exam, so there’s high stakes and stress that usually go along with them. Freshman normally take the Biology and Algebra Regents, which introduces them to how the tests […]