This Week on CPTV: a recent scandal involving celebrities has made students question the admission process, the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade draws thousands to the CP square, and the spring musical comes to a close.
This week on CPTV: Armando Bracco explores the idea of arming teachers as a way to protect schools, wings painted on the learning commons’ windows are a step to a bigger project, and the track and field teams competed over the weekend at the Hoosier State Relays qualifier.
This week on CPTV: school shootings and violence are a cause of concern for many students, a number of fairs will take place at CPHS over the next few weeks, and the CP hockey club faces off against their rival Lake Central for the Roper Cup.
This week on CPTV: New signs around CPHS spark discussion over dress code, CP sophomore Elizabeth Gonzalez is announced as the winner of the Power of Children award, and we get a preview of the Boys’ Basketball Season.
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.
Alexis Berdine looks into post-secondary schooling options and gets the CP take on what’s the best way to prepare for your career …CPTV premiers a new segment entitled “Tea with Teachers,”… & CPTV sports covers national college signing week at CPHS.
Final preparations are being made for CPHS’s Theatre Department’s fall production, “Charlotte’s Web” , Nick Sansone reviews the film Interstellar … & CPTV sports brings us a preview of some of the winter sports currently underway.