This Week on CPTV: The Crown Point Hot Dog Stand is getting a new owner, seniors share their future plans, and the spring sports teams gear up for their postseasons.
This Week on CPTV: Student Council will be hosing Dance Marathon, a look into why students still come to school despite being sick, and the softball team takes on the #1 team in the state.
This Week on CPTV: Over the weekend, area robotics team converge in CPHS fieldhouse for state qualifying meet, Green Machine expands recycling program to cafeteria, and the boys basketball team takes on Lowell for senior night.
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: CPHS Spanish students immerse themselves in culture over spring break, Green Machine does their part to save the planet at CPHS, and Ben Land is on a search to find out how well you know our school community.
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.
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: Riley Geoghegan gets us ready for Black Friday shopping, CPHS students donate blood for the annual Red Cross blood drive, and the girls basketball team went up against Hanover Central on Friday night hoping to start their season 4-0.
In this episode of CPTV, Crown City Records & Management gears up for their annual Foodstock benefit concert, Nick Sansone breaks out of his usual movie critic role to review the new Off-Broadway play The Library, & the softball team opens the season 10 and 0.