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Students attend National Western Stock Show

Students attend National Western Stock Show

Holly Esposito, Ranger Review Reporter

February 6, 2019

On Thursday, January 24th, social studies teacher Ms. Lucido took her AP Human Geography class to the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado. Founded in 1906, the National Western Stock Show is Colorado’s largest western trade show with over 650,000 visitors each year. AP Human Geograp...

Reggie Dabbs speaks during Value Up assembly

Reggie Dabbs speaks during Value Up assembly

Emily Hoffman, Ranger Review Reporter

February 6, 2019

Lewis-Palmer High School holds a Value Up assembly each year in which a guest speaker is invited. At last year’s assembly, the public speaker Mike Donahue made some students cry and other students laugh. However, this year’s speaker made many students do both throughout the entire assembly. On  Janua...

Thirkell uses Emergenetics in the classroom

Thirkell uses Emergenetics in the classroom

Sophia Artley, Editor

February 6, 2019

Kathy Thirkell, a math teacher, works hard to make sure her students learn. Recently she has added a modern, personality based, scientific program to her classroom in the hopes of aiding her students - Emergenetics. “Emergenetics is a science that talks about the genetics you have and the experience...

Boys basketball crushes rivals at home

Boys basketball crushes rivals at home

Shelby Patton, Ranger Review Reporters

February 6, 2019

On January 16th, 2019, The boys varsity basketball team challenged Palmer Ridge at Lewis-Palmer High School at 7pm. At the end of the game, the score was 69-38 with Lewis-Palmer taking the win and adding another game to their undefeated year. “I am nervous because we took an ‘L’ to them last year,”...

HOSA hosts blood drive

HOSA hosts blood drive

Sophia Artley, Editor

February 6, 2019

On Thursday, January 24th, Lewis-Palmer’s HOSA chapter hosted a blood drive. Faculty members, juniors and seniors aged 16 or holder were able to participate. While the number of expected participants was originally relatively low, the final number of participants doubled the expected amount. Under ...

Jones uses truck as statement of patriotism

Jones uses truck as statement of patriotism

Jakob Aggers, Editor in Chief

February 4, 2019

Austin Jones 11 drives a blue and white 1989 Ford F-150 which can commonly be seen at the school parking lot. With 38 inch tires and an eight inch lift, the truck towers above the other students’ cars. “I own the biggest truck in the school parking lot. Honestly, It’s probably the biggest truck...

Arneson faces adversity as a student athlete

Arneson faces adversity as a student athlete

Jakob Aggers, Editor in Chief

February 4, 2019

During the off-season from football, Kai Arneson 11 continues to practice and workout in anticipation for his upcoming senior season and possible college football career. He practices in Denver with professional coaches in order to improve his skills. “My aspiration for college is definitely to play D1 football,...

High-school graduation, dependent on the SAT

High-school graduation, dependent on the SAT

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

February 4, 2019

Colorado is ranked the 30th in the country for education, due to students college readiness, graduation rates and schools’ quality overall; therefore, it would be crazy if Colorado had some of the highest expectations for our High-Schooler’s Scholastic Aptitude Tests (SAT), right? The SAT is used for col...

2018: a year of empowerment for women

2018: a year of empowerment for women

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

February 4, 2019

The year 2018 started out with the formulation of the Time’s Up Movement formulated on January 1st. Time’s Up was founded by Hollywood celebrities in response to Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment allegations and other sexual misconduct cases. According to Hero Profile, the time’s up m...

Grading the Graders.

Grading the Graders.

December 11, 2018

Ranger Review Reporter  Dillon Crump In all schools, the teacher grades their students based on several different things. Usually it's on materials such as tests and homework, every once in awhile grading based on some participation points.   This system seems to work, judging that sc...


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