Wolfpack Newspaper

The CPHS Journalism Handbook lists expectations, supplies and grading policies for staff members. Staff member and parents are expected to sign the required documents at the beginning of each school year.

Students in Newspaper Productions produce the school newspaper. Duties/assignments may include: advanced writing, interviewing, in-depth research for news stories and features, photography, photo editing, page layout and design, ad sales, ad design and meeting deadlines. Objectives include: management and production of the school newspaper, using editorial judgment and journalistic integrity, as well as working within time constraints and budget limitations.

2018 -2019 Editor-in-chief- Deana T.

Reporters: Addy B., Callie C., Noah H., Nithila I., Jalen G., Justin B., Jordan D., Morgan K., Estefani R., Kaley J., Kieren G.

The Wolfpack officially became a distinguished site through School Newspapers Online, the organization that hosts online school news sites across the country. We are currently ranked #1 in the country and will continue to write in-depth features over our awesome CP students to stay in the Top 5. In order to become distinguished, we had to earn six badges, from social media engagement where we had to have a certain amount of traffic to our site and post on social media every day for 4 weeks in a row, to site design excellence, to multimedia, which included starting a podcast. The staff, especially our editor-in-chief Deana Trautz, worked so hard for this accomplishment. Congratulations to all of them!

Virtual Open House video:

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