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District should change cancellation policies with the safety of the students in mind

District should change cancellation policies with the safety of the students in mind

Jakob Aggers, Ranger Review Editor

November 17, 2017


Filed under Community, Features, Opinion

As the school year continues on and it gets closer to winter, spirit increases and students look forward to Christmas Break as the semester winds down. But with this seasonal change, especially in Monument, Colorado, comes a drastic and abrupt change in weather. Snow falls more often and unpredictable an...

Palmer Ridge Field Hockey Prove Themselves to Kent Denver.

Palmer Ridge Field Hockey Prove Themselves to Kent Denver.

Kaitlyn Hutson, Ranger Review Reporter

November 17, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Features, Sports

Palmer Ridge Field Hockey is a combined team between Lewis Palmer and Palmer Ridge High School students. Girls field hockey was brought together in 2009. Freshmen, Sophomore, junior, and senior students make up the Palmer Ridge Field Hockey Team. When Palmer Ridge was brought to Monument Colorado th...

Spreading Love by Collecting Cans

Spreading Love by Collecting Cans

Kathryn Juhasz, Ranger Review Reporter

November 17, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Features

The Harvest of Love Food Drive, is a donation week that Lewis-Palmer's student council runs every year. Student council partners with the local non-profit organization, Tri-Lakes Cares, to help local families in need during the holiday season. Student council collected cans of food and money during t...

Never Fear, StuCo is Here!

Never Fear, StuCo is Here!

Olivia Peterson, Ranger Review Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under Features

Many of us love attending school dances, and appreciate the cool and fun events that go on in the school, but what many do not know is that Student Council is behind all that hard work, and they plan events they think the Student Body would enjoy. Student Council is filled with leaders with integrity an...

Build, Train, Compete, the Bearbotics Way

Build, Train, Compete, the Bearbotics Way

Brennan Lee, Ranger Review Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under Features

  Monday through Saturday, a team of critical thinkers and problem solvers meet to build and program robots to compete against others in a specific set of objectives. The team, based out of Palmer Ridge High School, is home to some Lewis-Palmer Rangers as well.   The “Bearbotic...

Snacks Providing Hope For Cancer Patients

Snacks Providing Hope For Cancer Patients

Natalie Burr, Ranger Review Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under Features

  On Thursday October 5, the Snacks For Survivors club had their first snack packing event. Everybody who attended this event packed snack bags that would later be sold. It was a big turn out and about 30 students attended for the sole purpose of helping others.   The goal of the ...

Rowdy Rangers Club boosts school spirit

Rowdy Rangers Club boosts school spirit

Ian Porter, Ranger Review Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Features, Profile, Reviews

Have the sporting events been fun? Well it could just be the Rowdy Rangers making the game a little bit more exciting. Rowdy Rangers is a club that cheers from the stands and gets everyone excited about sporting events. The Rowdy Rangers support the players so they will play better and know that t...

Students and teachers have mixed responses about the eclipse

Students and teachers have mixed responses about the eclipse

Jakob Aggers and Rebecca Crook

September 12, 2017


Filed under Community, Features, News, Opinion

On Monday, August 21, as we all know, a solar eclipse occurred in the U.S. This 2017 eclipse was significant because it stretched coast to coast- from Oregon all the way to South Carolina. The last time a solar eclipse ran from coast to coast was in 1918, almost 100 years until the next would occur. ...

“Split”

“Split”

Kenzie Snyder, Ranger Review Reporter

February 8, 2017


Filed under Features

The Film “Split” is an outstanding and exciting movie that will have you on the edge of your seat the whole time. The movie “Split” was released on the 20th of January 2017. On a movie critic site known as Rotten Tomatoes, the movie had received a 75%. The film is set in Philadelphia, starting of...

Is Hollywood running out of ideas for new movies?

Mekhi Ozuna, Ranger Review Reporter

February 8, 2017


Filed under Features

In the last couple years, Hollywood has been rumored to have run out of ideas for new movies, which is why they are mainly focusing on more movie sequels rather new movies. Hollywood has not run out of ideas they are simply scared that if they release something different than what people are used to ...


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