Pirate Press

November 8, 2019

Band Parent Night

Band parent night was a success this year. All the students enjoyed the recognition with their family. Each student walked down the field with their parent/family. The Band Beau and Sweetheart of 2019 were announced and the winners were Senior - Kelby Adams and Junior - Karleopy Serrano. A big thank you to Mrs. Adams for helping Dr. Raatz put this wonderful night together.

2019 Homecoming Week

Big picture

Homecoming Court 2019

Dress up Days


Homecoming week is an exciting time filled with unique outfits for assigned dress up days. Students dressed from their PJ’s to their favorite movie star students did not disappoint with wacky wear for this year’s homecoming dress up week. On Monday, students just had to roll out of bed wearing their pajamas. On Tuesday, students dressed as their favorite historical or sports figure. On Wednesday, students dressed up as their future career choice. On Thursday, students got to go all out for Halloween and came to school in their costumes. While in costumes, the Elementary students gave an impromptu parade to the Secondary students. Last but not least, students went all out on Friday with mums and garters, ringing and brightening the hallways with that Pirate Pride Spirit. Homecoming came to an end, with both students and teachers dressing to impress and filled the school with pride. While the posters may already be torn down and the feathers and the glitter swept from the floor, Homecoming 2019 was one to remember.

Elementary Parade

With Halloween falling on the week of Homecoming our students were able to wear their Halloween costumes to school. The Elementary students gave the Secondary students a parade just before lunch. The students had a great time with the parade.

Door Decorating Competition

The Secondary Campus had a door decorating contest the week of homecoming. The winners of the door decorating competition will receive a morning donut party. The 2nd period classes worked during the week decorating their doors. The judging was held Thursday afternoon and winners were announced Friday morning. Congratulations to all the winning doors. Thank you to everyone who participated in this fun event.


The winners were:


High School

1st: King and Brunet

2nd: Vargas

3rd: Whittle


Middle School

1st: Meyer

2nd: Rubio

3rd: Moreno

Homecoming Spectacular

On October 29th, Center Point ISD held its tenth annual Homecoming Spectacular, with numerous games, activities and the traditional chili cook-off, the night was a huge success. More than a hundred community members enjoyed the festivities and display of school spirit during the pep rally. Some of the events held at the spectacular included a bean bag toss, Key Club’s cupcake walk, and Yearbooks photo-booth. Throughout the night more than $2,000 was raised between all the booths making the 2019 spectacular a great one for the books. The Elementary Chile Bean won the chili cook off.

Sports Review

Big picture

High School Football

Last Friday your CP Pirates spanked the Yellow Jackets of Sabinal in the 2019 Homecoming game. The score was 60-6. With our Seniors playing the final game of their careers at Pirate Stadium,it was great to end with a victory. Alex Valadez had a memorable last game-scoring three touchdowns. A 27 yard scamper on offense, a pick 6 on defense, and a 85 yard kickoff return to complete the trifecta. Kolton Kitchens had 3 TDs of his own, and 146 yards rushing. Cody Daily had 152 yards, and 1 touchdown. Alvaro Bustamante, and Jake Laque added 1 touchdown apiece with Bustamante gaining 46 yards, and Laque 65 yards respectively.

Defensively, the Pirates pilfered the Sabinal offense. The Jackets were held to136 yards passing, and negative 21 yards rushing. Seniors Trenton Cabaniss, Michael Haese, Nick Moehle, Fernando Fuentes, Kolby Vincent, Leo Martinez, Cody Daily, and Valadez led the attack. Laque, Christian Martinez, Bustamante, Sammy Bustamante, and Haiden Hass rounded out the defense.With the victory, the Pirates clinched a 4th straight playoff appearance. Our boys will finish the regular season with a visit to Junction.

Congrats to the boys and coaching staff for a great season. Thanks to all for your continued support

It's a great day to be a Pirate!

Middle School Volleyball

The 2019 Middle School Volleyball season came to an end on Monday, October 21st. The Lady Pirates took on Stacey. The A team recorded a victory with the scores of 25-23 and 26-24. Playing on this years teams were 7th graders: Blakely, Jasmine, Ariana, Maria, Daniela, Emma, Lexis, Monzerat, Jocelee, Marissa, Gracie and Lucy and 8th graders: Destiny and Stephanie. Coach Avant said the girls improved tremendously over the past 10 weeks. She looks forward to working with the girls next year and watching the 8th graders play at the high school level.



Middle School Football

Your Center Point Middle School Pirates competed well in a pair of physical contest with the Mason Punchers. The White team lost 14-12, while the Black team suffered a 27-6 defeat. Juan Alvarado stepped up big for the white team by filling in at center. Mauricio Gallegos and Jose Gallegos provided the scoring. Mauricio’s score coming in the 4th quarter on a 25 yard pass. The defense played very well including a stop of Mason at the end of the first half.

The Black team fought hard, but came up short. Jude Hueber played well, filling in at quarterback. Clayton Thomas scored the team’s TD on a kickoff return. Rene Rodriguez led the way up front on both sides of the ball. The Pirates should be proud of the effort of these young men. Go Pirates!!



Jr. High Pirates Closeout Football Season


The White and Black Pirate teams played Junction last night with both teams winning their final games of the season.


The White team was victorious over Junction with a final score of 27 - 0. The white team was paced by Jose Gallegos who converted on 3 out of 4 extra point attempts and two pass completions to Mason Burlew and Misael Valadez. Jose Gallegos scored 2 TDs, Maurico Gallegos, and Joseph Fuentes scored one each.


The Black team also won 28 - 6 with Jaren Cooper, Houston Willrich, and Clayton Thomas scoring for the Pirates. Clayton Thomas and Joel Lozano each recorded interceptions during the game. Jude Hueber, Houston Willrich, and Jaron Cooper recorded a two point conversion.


Coach King & Rubio are proud of the effort from the Pirates to close out a successful football season. A special thank you to the Jr. High Cheerleaders for their support throughout the year and to Mr. Flemma for announcing the games.

New Staff Member

Big picture
Ms. Bluemel is a new 5th grade teacher. She graduated from here in 2011 and attended college at Texas State University, University of North Florida, and Sam Houston State University. She has been teaching for two years. She loves being a teacher because her students make her days brighter. Her students are smart, talented, and extremely funny. Knowing that she might be making a difference in their lives is the icing on the cake. Outside of school, she enjoys Camp Gladiator workouts and hanging out with her four month old and three year old.

Freshman Field Trip

Applied Materials Fun

On Monday, November 4th the Freshman class went on a field trip to Applied Materials in Austin. The students loaded up onto the school bus at 7 am and headed to Austin. They were able to listen to different representatives at Applied Material explain what goes on at their business. Afterwards they were given a tour of the lab and warehouse, so they could get an idea of what goes on in both settings.They were able to dress and look the part of someone who works in the lab. Each student wore a coat, gloves, safety glasses, shoe covers and a hard hat.

Upcoming Events

vs. = home games

@ = away games


*Sat November 9th - Junior High Regionals @ Burnet High School

*Sat November 9th - State Cross Country Meet @ Round Rock


*Mon November 11th - Veteran’s Day Program

*Tues November 12th - Elementary Fall Picture Retakes


*Sat November 16th - Junior High Band Concert @ Burnet High School


*Tues November the 19th - HS Girls basketball vs. JC 5-6pm

*Thurs November 21st - Thanksgiving Meal w/ Parents in cafeteria

*Thurs November 21st - Ms boys basketball Home/Girls Away vs Harper

*Fri November 22nd - Girls basketball @ Pleasanton


*November 25th-29th - Thanksgiving Break

Big picture

State Cross Country Meet

Saturday, Nov. 9th, 8am

3300 E Palm Valley Blvd

Round Rock, TX

Vanessa Fernandez will be running at the State Cross Country Meet. Good Luck!! #lonerunner

2020 Yearbook

The yearbook staff is diligently working on the 2020 yearbook. The book is available for pre-order and will be published June 2020. With each book ordered online you will be given 4 pages to create yourself if you want to personalize your book. Senior Ads are available for purchase $50 whole page $25 1/2 page and $15 1/4 page. Contact Kathy Robertson for any questions.

Use the link below to order online.