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LPSD 38 Election Concludes

LPSD 38 Election Concludes

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Communities, News

After an arduous campaign season, District 38 residents elected Mark Pfoff, Matthew Clawson, Sherri Hawkins and Sarah Sampayo to the open school board positions. Four vacancies were available to candidates out of five total board positions, and therefore the 2015 campaign  generated more public intere...

Can D-38 afford the snow day?

Can D-38 afford the snow day?

Gabrielle Broeker, Ranger Review Reporter

November 22, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, News

As the state of Colorado has transitioned from fall to winter, parents, students, and staff of a variety of school districts are checking their weather and school websites more often as they experience the change in weather. The Lewis-Palmer school district has already been given three snow days sole...

Varsity football’s last seasonal home game

Varsity football’s last seasonal home game

Ryan Sacatelli, Ranger Review Reporter

November 6, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, News, Sport

The Lewis-Palmer High School’s varsity football team had a season record of 7-1 but, the Rangers weren't done yet, gearing up for their last home football game for the conference season against the Thunder of Discovery Canyon Campus (DCC) The last home game began with parent’s night: a time for each...

The election for the future of District 38

The election for the future of District 38

Aric Bearce, Ranger Review Reporter

November 4, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, News

Signs are stacked among our neighborhoods, around our schools and just about everywhere in Monument. These signs are promoting the candidates vying for a spot in the District 38 school board whether they are new or have already been on the school board. The school board election happens every year, a...

Empty bowl dinner improving the community one step at a time

Empty bowl dinner improving the community one step at a time

Macee Trottner, Ranger Review Reporter

October 19, 2015


Filed under 2015-2016, Communities, News

The Empty Bowl Dinner took place in the commons of Lewis-Palmer High School on Wednesday October 7, from 5:00 to 7:00 PM. This was a silent auction and meal that helped raise not only awareness for hunger throughout the local community and globally, but helps raise money to help the cause as well. ...

Advanced Placement tests are coming up for Lewis-Palmer students

Advanced Placement tests are coming up for Lewis-Palmer students

Owen Zielinski, Ranger Review Reporter

May 6, 2015


Filed under 2014-2015, News

  AP tests are classified as college level courses offered at the high school level. Each course operates much the same as a regular class, except harder, with the main difference being that AP students take a nation-wide, three hour test in May that, if passed, qualifies the student to receive...

Language Immersion camp in Minnesota attracts Colorado students

Language Immersion camp in Minnesota attracts Colorado students

Elizabeth Beagle, Ranger Review Reporter

April 6, 2015


Filed under News, Student Life

Hit by the chills and snow of Minnesota, Lewis-Palmer language students arrived on March 19 in Minneapolis and later rode a bus to Bemidji, MN. Though it was twelve hour of travelling, the students were excited to attend the Concordia Language Immersion Camps. “The trips to and from the camp were...

Pacemaker for Yearbook

Pacemaker for Yearbook

Skyler Gallegos, Ranger Review Reporter

March 16, 2015


Filed under 2014-2015, News

This year Lewis-Palmer’s Yearbook has been a clear trendsetter among high schools across America. In fact, at the National Journalism Convention in the fall at Washington D.C., Yearbook won 5th place in Best in Show. Even more exciting, last year’s yearbook won a nomination for the Pacemaker, one...

Are our class lessons old news?

Are our class lessons old news?

Chloé Walker, Ranger Review Editor-in-Chief

March 12, 2015


Filed under News, Student Life

Tattered, torn, water damaged and frayed bar codes are scanned as the old textbooks are checked back into the library after yet another year of continued use. Lewis-Palmer’s current textbooks have been cycled in and out of the backpack of students for nearly a decade now without having been updated...

Snowy weather forces school district into a longer schedule

Snowy weather forces school district into a longer schedule

Elizabeth Beagle, Ranger Review Reporter

March 12, 2015


Filed under News, Student Life

With ten two-hour delayed starts and two Snow Days, the Lewis-Palmer school district has no other choice but to increase the time spent at school or face an extended school year. Each year, 1,056 school instruction hours are required by the Colorado Department of Education. With the district running...


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