This week on CPTV: Local region businesses continue to struggle as the coronavirus pandemic continues, President Joe Biden approaches his tenth day in office, and the pressure is on as the winter sports teams near their respective postseasons.
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: 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: Reece Grapenthien puts a wrap on the course selection process for the 2016-2017 school year, the Crown Point Community Foundation releases their annual scholarship application, and the girls swim and dive team sends 7 qualifiers to the state finals at the Natatorium in Indy.
This week on on CPTV: a new CPHS student group helps build the Field of Dreams in Gary, Indiana, CPTV reporter Hannah Morgan gives us her perspective on the new Star Wars’ monopoly game slip-up, and a busy weekend of CP sports includes the wrestling team’s 14th consecutive sectional championship.
This week on CPTV: the Academic Decathlon team wins its first state championship in school history, Nick Sansone gives us his annual Oscar predictions, & last week’s shocking announcement Anne Equihua is stepping down as head coach of the girls basketball program.
This week on CPTV, CP choir students traveled to Munster for the annual Indiana State School Music Association choral competition, Alexis Berdine talks with school safety personal to learn about the new safety badge system being implemented at CPHS, and the wrestling team dominates at regionals.