This week on CPTV: The CPHS Theatre Department prepares for their fall production of Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, Southlake Mall’s youth supervision policy changes the way many high schoolers are shopping, and the volleyball team travels to the IHSAA State Tournament.
This week on CPTV: Reece Grapenthien gets the CPHS vibe on the upcoming presidential election, we take a look at the CDC’s reported increase in youth sports injuries, and the boys basketball team knots up the undefeated home streak with the shot heard around the region.
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 CPTV: the Key Club hosts it annual Breakfast with Santa, Abbey Wellman and Reece Grapenthien help usher in the holiday season with some special features, and we’ll find out how the girls basketball team did on their first back to back of the season.
This week on CPTV: Student Union prepares for their annual talent show, Hannah Morgan tells us some popular gifts for the 2015 Holiday season, and the boys’ basketball team faces Penn in their home opener.
This week on CPTV: are we taking a stand or simply just lazy? Alexis Berdine talks with students and staff to gain insight on our culture’s current perspective of reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, the staff of CPTV wins big at the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters annual conference, the boys’ basketball team wins the early game on Saturday and the opportunity to play for the regional championship at night.
This week on CPTV: Zim, Soup & Bone broadcast weekly on CPTVmedia’s new podcast station, Nick Sansone previews the spring play, & the boys basketball team breaks the streak vs. LC.
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.
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.