Ranger Review

Preston Collier maintains academic goals

Preston Collier maintains academic goals

Lily Ragsdale, Ranger Review Reporter

December 6, 2019

Preston Collier 10 is a sophomore who excels in school and hopes to use his intellect so that he can go to medical school for college in the future. “I multitask on the daily by being a ‘genius’ and playing hockey.  I enjoy both very much and I don’t think they get in the way of each other. ...

Student reflects on how anxiety affects her life

Student reflects on how anxiety affects her life

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

December 6, 2019

Gracelyn Hess 10 is a very positive person and a great friend. She is very involved in the school, and always brings a smile to whatever it is she does. However, even with all of this she has to deal with a great deal of anxiety. Gracelyn pushes through this though, and maintains a positive headspace,...

Art through the eyes of Moore

Art through the eyes of Moore

Lindsey Manor, Ranger Review Reporter

December 4, 2019

Mr. Moore is an art teacher at Lewis Palmer. He teaches photography, acrylic painting, drawing and studio art. “I like to go to galleries, I like to see movements the most. I like to see abstractions but I gravitate towards impressionism the most. Impressionists, rather then using a camera, interpret it thr...

Aviles battles through medical conditions

Aviles battles through medical conditions

Madison Maddox, Ranger Review Reporter

December 4, 2019

Emma Aviles is a sophomore at Lewis-Palmer High School that struggles juggling school, health and sports. Her medical issues get in the way of her living a “normal” life. “I want to be remembered for the person who was able to help a lot of people. I plan to become a doctor or therapist to hel...

The way I see it

The way I see it

Pia Lyhne, Ranger Review Reporter

December 4, 2019

Sophia Garza is a sophomore at Lewis Palmer High School and this is her first year in District 38. Garza came from the school of the deaf and blind. She has been blind her whole life, but that doesn’t stop her from doing what she loves.  “Music feels like an extension of my body. The piano feels lik...

Rhianna Lingle aspires to have career as violinist

Rhianna Lingle aspires to have career as violinist

Lilly Pike, Ranger Review Reporter

December 4, 2019

“I’ve been playing violin since I was four. I practice five hours a day. And yeah, I like music. It's kind of my life.  My parents always told me that I begged to start playing when I was two. My parents played classical music for me because they thought it would make me smarter. I've always ju...

Moffett reflects on school with volleyball

Moffett reflects on school with volleyball

Quinn Ferguson

December 4, 2019

Emily Moffett 9 is not “just the tall girl”, she wants to be known by her achievements on and off the volleyball court. “Volleyball is an outlet for me to feel better. It's like a distraction after a hard day and it feels good to put in hard work to get good results. I’d like to be remembe...

Student travels world for choir trip

Student travels world for choir trip

Holly Esposito, Team Leader

December 4, 2019

Annika Hankenson 12 shared an experience from her freshman year when she was nominated for the Voyager’s International Trip. She shared her journey through all the countries she performed in. “My freshman year I was in a regular choir class, and my choir teacher nominated me for the Voyager’s Int...

Temmer reflects on her time at Lewis-Palmer

Temmer reflects on her time at Lewis-Palmer

Samantha Wilkins, Ranger Review Reporter

December 4, 2019

Mrs. Temmer has been working here at Lewis Palmer for two years now. She works in the special education department as a case manager and a teacher. Temmer talks about her experiences working at Lewis Palmer and her love for teaching . She talks about her time in the military and what that was like.  ...

Griffen reflects on relationship with sister

Griffen reflects on relationship with sister

Conner Graves, Ranger Review Reporter

December 4, 2019

Emily Griffen 10 considers her sister to be the most important and influential person in her life. "Spontaneity. That is the one word I would use to describe my sister. She is always changing, and guiding me to do new things and test my boundaries. Her name is Sarah. She’s my best friend, and the...


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