Lphs traditions are loved by all students

Lphs traditions are loved by all students

Meaghan McGrath works on homework while wearing her decade day outfit.

McKenna Fish, Ranger Review Reporter

Every year Lewis-Palmer has many traditions for the students to participate in. Some of these include the homecoming game, powder puff, and spirit week.  The students appreciate the traditions carried on at school.

“I love homecoming week and I enjoy watching Powder Puff. It is funny to watch the boys cheerlead for the girls,” sophomore Catherine Witt said.

Some of the seniors’ favorite traditions are Senior Sunrise and clapping out the seniors at every assembly. They appreciate the rest of the school recognizing them and clapping.

“One of my favorite traditions is probably ranger Fridays because there is a lot of school spirit,” senior Spencer Shuman said.

This year homecoming week the spirit days were pajama day, fake an injury day, decade day, salad dressing day, and ranger day. There was also the legendary powder puff and the homecoming game.

Lewis-Palmer’s students were rowdy and excited for homecoming traditions and traditions still to come.