This week on CPTV: how has the COVID pandemic affected college students, Juniors are preparing for the upcoming SAT, and VEXT Robotic team wraps up their season.
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 city of Crown Point makes preparations for a new off the square attraction site, teacher couples test their knowledge on their relationships, and the Bulldogs do it again, beating Valpo in the final seconds of Saturday night’s game in CP.
This week on CPTV: Reece Grapenthien puts a wrap on the course selection process for the 2016-2017 school year, the Crown Point Community Foundation releases their annual scholarship application, and the girls swim and dive team sends 7 qualifiers to the state finals at the Natatorium in Indy.
This week on CPTV: CPHS reviews it’s current grading policy. Starbucks changes their cup and brews up a controversy . Johnny Supan brings you the latest in CP winter sports from our new sports studio.
This week on CPTV: Zim, Soup & Bone broadcast weekly on CPTVmedia’s new podcast station, Nick Sansone previews the spring play, & the boys basketball team breaks the streak vs. LC.
This week on CPTV, Indiana’s education funding formula causes concern in local communities, Nick Sansone gives us his take on Jennifer Anniston’s new film “Cake”, and the boys and girls basketball team both saw DAC action over the weekend.
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.
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.
In this episode, Shelby Kiger explores the controversial topic of PDA, students are reminded to remove the “R-Word” from our vernacular, and the boys swim and dive team end their year at the Natatorium in Indianapolis. Also, RoboDogs are featured in Club Hub Bub.