This week on CPTV: E-learning days are starting to pop up in area schools, 2014 CP grad Kara Biernat is in South Korea reporting on the Olympics, and the wrestling team prepares for the upcoming state tournament.
This week on CPTV: New signs around CPHS spark discussion over dress code, CP sophomore Elizabeth Gonzalez is announced as the winner of the Power of Children award, and we get a preview of the Boys’ Basketball Season.
This week on CPTV: The Crown Point Community Foundation hosted their annual Volunteer Fair this past weekend, in a world of rapidly changing culture we get student perspectives on the use of vulgar language in school, and the Dog’s shooting falls flat against Merrillville in the sectional championship.
This week on CPTV……we learn how to make our own Shamrock Shake at home…and the basketball team ends their season losing to Merrillville.
This week on CPTV: The city of Crown Point makes preparations for a new off the square attraction site, teacher couples test their knowledge on their relationships, and the Bulldogs do it again, beating Valpo in the final seconds of Saturday night’s game in CP.
This week on CPTV: The city of Crown Point makes preparations for a new off the square attraction site, Peyton Belcher brings us coverage and reaction of the presidential inauguration and we’ll get you caught up on all things CP sports as all winter sports teams were in action over the weekend.
This week on CPTV: The stray dogs prepare for their upcoming improv show, CPHS social worker Jamie Monday wants CPHS female students to develop strong self-esteem, and the varsity boys’ and girls’ basketball teams play back to back at Michigan City last Friday.
This week on CPTV: Ashley Reed asks CP students how they plan to spend their holiday break, our new segment Bulldog Bites presents a quick tutorial on making holiday sugar cookies, and the boys’ basketball team remains undefeated while defeating Pike High School for their 20th straight home win.
This week on CPTV: the Crown Point Alumni association hosts their first ever “breakfast with a princess,” Radio and TV students explore career and college opportunities in Chicago, and the boys and girls basketball teams have both gotten their seasons off to fast starts.
This week on CPTV: Weather forecaster Mitch Bolda gives us his predictions for winter in the region, we see what a local eatery has to offer CP students, and in sports, we premiere a new segment with a preview of the boys’ basketball season.