This week on CPTV: CPTV wins their first ever Crystal Pillar award, we bring you the finale of Nick’s Flix along with his summer movie preview, and we’ll take one last look at the CPHS news during the 2014-2015 school year.
This week on CPTV: Nick Sansone reviews the highly anticipated Avenger’s sequel, Age of Ultron, we put a wrap on prom weekend, and CP baseball, softball, tennis all come out winners over LaPorte last week.
In the season premier of the 2014-15 season, CPTV discovers Fall fun in Northwest Indiana and investigates changes made in the student fan section at athletic events. Nick Sansone returns with a Nick’s Flix review of the film Men, Women, and Children, Valerie Jones has the 5 day weather forecast, and Blake Bonin delivers CP sports highlights.
In this episode, former longtime CPHS band director and soon to be retired guidance counselor, Mrs. Peg Shafer, is honored with a musical tribute celebrating her 30 years in music educations, Shelby Kiger investigates students’ views on stereotyping, & CPTV sports covers tennis, softball, and track sectionals. Plus, weather and a Club Hub Bub featuring the returning of Top Dogs.
In this episode of CPTV, Nick Sansone grabs an interview with Comic/Writer/Producer Bobcat Goldthwait at the Chicago Critics Film Festival, Best Buddies spends Sunday morning walking to celebrate friendship, & the CPHS baseball community celebrates Coach Steve Strayer’s 500th win. Plus, weather and a wrap up of Foodstock.
In this episode, Shelby Kiger explores the controversial topic of PDA, students are reminded to remove the “R-Word” from our vernacular, and the boys swim and dive team end their year at the Natatorium in Indianapolis. Also, RoboDogs are featured in Club Hub Bub.
This week on CPTV, Valerie Jones updates us on the weather, the art students display their work at the Indiana University Northwest Art Show, Nick Sansone announces his Oscar picks, and Alexis Berdine announces some accomplishments of the sports teams.
Featured in this episode are students who collected food for those in need throughout the community, CPTV’s rolling out of a couple new segments, and the boys basketball team preparation for the start of their 2013-14 campaign.
In this episode, Ashlyn Steiner tells students how to earn C-notes and with it a chance to win prizes, film critic Nick Sansone reviews the highly anticipated bio-pic 12 Years a Slave, the Auto Shop Club is feature in our “Club Hub Bub” segment, and the girls’ basketball team retools their defense.
In this episode, Homecoming 2013 goes off with a few hitches, Nick Sansone reviews the film Gravity, and the football team rolls over LaPorte.