To encourage student collaboration, the sophomores in Chinese One have accepted the challenge of selecting one aspect of the Chinese culture in which they will specialize in in order to teach their classmates. Not surprisingly, many Cedar Park sophomores set higher standards for themselves and have taken a step further in professionalism as they take […]
Second grade students Jacob, Levi and Simon assisted Elementary Principal Adam Lynch as principals for the day. They handled their job duties with energy and enthusiasm, including emailing teachers, supervising recess, and making an important announcement over the intercom. Principal for the day privileges were a live item at the recent gala auction.
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Six Cedar Park elementary students went on a 10 day mission trip to Maipu, Chile as part of a team from Canyon Hills Community Church. Each day they presented puppet shows, music, drama, and lots of other fun activities at public schools. In the evenings, they repeated these programs in local plazas. This busy team also assisted local churches […]
In Life Science, we’ve investigated why the leaves change as fall comes into full swing. Through investigation outside the classroom, 7th graders have hypothesized WHY the leaves change. As the chlorophyll production decreases, the carotenoids (yellow and orange color) and the anthocyanins (red color) begin showing through. Eventually, the tree stops producing chlorophyll, and […]
Elementary ASB leaders are organizing our second annual Elementary Food Drive. Please bring non-perishable items to the 3 – 5th grade Elementary Christmas Concert on on December 3rd. Thank you for giving!
Mrs. Mahrer’s 2nd graders reanact the first Thanksgiving in a special presentation. Dressed as Pilgrims and Indians, the students brought the Thanksgiving expirence of the early American settlers to life.
The CPC Eagles Volleyball team ran their record to 15-1 with a victory over Bellevue Christian in the Nisqually League Tournament championship match on Saturday, November 2nd at Life Christian Academy in Tacoma. CPC entered the tournament as the #1 seed having won the regular season championship as well. The Eagles play for state seeding at […]
The World Language Department had their first annual International Potluck on October 31st, 2013. It was a great success! More than eighty-five families showed up, creating a crowd of over a hundred and fifty and an incredible number of international dishes. The dishes included Italian pasta, Japanese vegetarian sushi, Chinese fried rice and noodles, Norwegian […]
In time for holiday gift giving, the first annual CPCS showcasing work by student artists is published. The cover art, featured, was created by Misa, 10th grade. Original art by students in grades K - 6th is featured on each month’s page. Calendars will be available for $12 or two for $20. Proceeds benefit the Art Docent program.