This week on CPTV: as CPHS implements new safety protocols we take a look at the effectiveness of Anonymous Tiplines, Lake Michigan’s rising water level forces closures at Indiana’s first national park, and the pressure is on as the winter sports teams near their respective postseasons.
This week on CPTV, Mental Health awareness creates positive spaces across the nation, CP teachers and students discuss the possibility of President Donald J. Trump’s impeachment, and the Community of CP shows cheer for the Holiday Season in full swing.
This week on CPTV, we get some local perspective on climate change, the holidays officially kick off in CP this Friday, and the girls’ basketball team plays two at Merrillville.
This week on CPTV, are we in danger of losing our freedom of press…again, the FCCLA hosts their annual Thanksgiving food drive, and last week’s national signing day has Dog’s signing letters of intent to schools all over the state.
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: 2017 CPHS grad Melvin Craig files his candidacy to run for a seat on the City Council, CPTV’s Armando Bracco takes a look at school security and whether students feel safe throughout the Region, and there’s plenty to celebrate in CP sports as the winter teams head to their postseasons.
This Week on CPTV: Crown Point High School’s first radio station goes live today, a jolly visitor roams the halls asking what everyone wants for Christmas, and the girls and boys basketball teams dominate the weekend.
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: Contractors are onsite 7 days a week, quickly attempting to wrap up work on a new, off the square attraction site, new graduation pathway requirements for the class of 2023 can actually benefit some students starting this year, and we’ll get you caught up on all things CP sports after the completion of all fall sports and the start of winter sports season.
This week on CPTV: Indiana legislators have a bill on the floor that could change the look of some high school graduation ceremonies, an awards show speech sparks the possibility of another 2020 celebrity presidential run and a full wrap up of all the winter sports teams in their respective postseasons.