This week on CPTV: Nick Sansone reviews the newly released thriller, Focus, Zim, Soup & Bone now broadcast weekly on CPTV Media’s new podcast station, and the boys basketball team celebrates their seniors during their regular season finale versus Lowell.
This week on CPTV, Indiana’s education funding formula causes concern in local communities, Nick Sansone gives us his take on Jennifer Anniston’s new film “Cake”, and the boys and girls basketball team both saw DAC action over the weekend.
In this episode, Raquelle Majors brings us her yearly holiday report of “Raquelle’s Bells,” film critic Nick Sansone reveals his top 5 holiday movie favs, and C.A.S.S. is featured in Club Hub Bub. Plus, news, weather, and sports.
Taking a page out of the MTV playbook, CPTV visits teachers’ abodes in our version of “Cribs,”, Special Needs teacher Liz Hanlon is presented with Inspiring Educator award, and the girls basketball team knocks out Portage.
Abbey Wellman looks into why students and teachers are no longer able to sell candy in school.…Nick Sansone reviews the film Mocking Jay … and Alexis Berdine finds out the different ways that CP students are spending their Thanksgiving.
Final preparations are being made for CPHS’s Theatre Department’s fall production, “Charlotte’s Web” , Nick Sansone reviews the film Interstellar … & CPTV sports brings us a preview of some of the winter sports currently underway.
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.
This week on CPTV, Tiffany Dewes talks about the upcoming ACT testing for all juniors, Racheal Bukowski brings the latest news on the record breaking swim team, and Becca Chromey introduces a new club at CPHS, Chess Club.
Eye of the Kiger explores how we value instructional time, Nick Sansone reviews the film Ride Along, new courses at CPHS are unveiled, Tobey Schmidt forecasts the weather, and Rachel Bukowski highlights all of the winter sports happenings.