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: Weather forecaster Mitch Bolda gives us his predictions for winter in the region, we see what a local eatery has to offer CP students, and in sports, we premiere a new segment with a preview of the boys’ basketball 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.
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.
In this episode, Tobey Schmidt explores holiday happenings in Crown Point, Brianna Rhodes investigates the new Naviance web based student program, and Club Hub Bub, featuring members of the National Art Honor Society. Also, a holiday edition of “Would You Rather, ” weather, and a full rundown of winter sports.
In this episode, “Eye of The Kiger” explores CPHS’s new drug testing policy, new segment entitled “Raquelle’s Bells” tests various theories regarding holiday music & lyrics, Megan Fernandez brings us the weather, and Rachel Reitan gives us a rundown of CP sports.