This week on CPTV, new learning common rule raises student questions, the theatre department prepares for opening night of their fall show, and the girls basketball team kicks off their season with a big win.
This week on CPTV, Mayor David Uran visits the Dog Radio a day ahead of the election, CP teachers give their thoughts on educational funding in the state of Indiana, and we take a look at what social studies teacher Vince Lewis focuses on When the Bell Rings.
This week on CPTV, schools fight back against vaping companies who market to students, CPHS launches the new “I AM CP” campaign, and last week’s football game vs. Michigan City determined whether CP finished with a winning regular season record.
This week on CPTV: The Hunger Strike Music festival sounds off at the Courthouse, the National Honors Society unites student groups to provide gifts to area children, and the girls’ basketball team is off to a pretty impressive start.
This week on CPTV: CPHS History Teachers give opinions on growing threats from North Korea, a recent survey ignites discussion about CPHS food options, and the Swim and Dive Teams travel to Highland to take on the Trojans.
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: The YMCA breaks ground in an effort to offer more to the Southlake community, CPHS students participate in the annual Color Run, and it’s fall sports playoff season throughout the state
This week on CPTV, Ashley Reed looks into school lunch charging policies, numerous CPHS athletes participate in National Signing Day, and on the heels of the presidential election the theatre department opens their fall play aptly titled, “The Election”.
This week on CPTV: Hannah Morgan returns with a new installment of “That’s What She Said,” we meet three more new staff members in Carpool Karaoke, and the girls’ basketball team preps for their upcoming season.
This week on CPTV: violent threats from clowns pervade schools throughout the nation as well as locally in Northwest Indiana, the boys’ and girls’ soccer teams both claim sectional championships and CPTV’s Savannah Everson brings us some fall DIY tips.