Ranger Review

Pausing the moment

Pausing the moment

Lauren Manney, Ranger Review Editor

January 21, 2014


Filed under Opinion

It’s safe to say that high schools everywhere have one thing in common; their students can’t wait.  Whether this anticipation is for summer, their varsity moment, graduation or even a school dance, it seems that everyone is in a hurry to fast forward time. Older generations are constantly reminding...

Safe2tell is causing too much bullying

Safe2tell is causing too much bullying

Cheyanne Winkler, Ranger Review Reporter

December 19, 2013


Filed under 2013-2014, Opinion

Creating Safe2tell was something that provided young people a way to report any threatening behaviors or activities endangering them or someone they know, in a way that keeps them safe and anonymous. When It first came out, that is what it was used for; it was. People called in about real things;...

PDA is becoming a bigger problem at Lewis-Palmer High School

PDA is becoming a bigger problem at Lewis-Palmer High School

Jourdan Valentine, Ranger Review Sports Editor

December 18, 2013


Filed under 2013-2014, Opinion

At Lewis-Palmer High School there is a rule in the student hand book that states there can be no PDA on school grounds. PDA stands for public display of affection. This can be anything from passionately kissing to touching each other in inappropriate ways. Lewis-Palmer has never been very strict with...

What people have made Christmas to be

What people have made Christmas to be

Mary Jane NIckel, Ranger Review Reporter

December 12, 2013


Filed under 2013-2014, Opinion

Every year the holiday season comes around and with it comes thankfulness, laughter and fun times with family and friends. Even though the holiday season is supposed to be inspiring and stress free, people can often lose sight of the true meaning of Christmas and what it means to celebrate the holiday. The...

Snow days are hectic for students.

Snow days are hectic for students.

Savannah Vail, editor

December 10, 2013


Filed under 2013-2014, Opinion

Last week on Thursday, December 2, a freezing cold front moved into Colorado. School was out for Thursday and Friday due to freezing wind and icy roads. This has caused teachers and students to scramble for the upcoming finals week.    Finals are starting on the 16th of this month. Teachers are crammi...

Some pressure should be taken off of LP students regarding final exams

Some pressure should be taken off of LP students regarding final exams

Madison Rorex, Ranger review reporter

December 10, 2013


Filed under 2013-2014, Opinion

As the long-anticipated Winter Break nears, students at Lewis-Palmer High School prepare to take final exams. Students do everything in their power to ensure an exceptional grade on each one, unable to focus specifically on subjects that one struggles in without neglecting to study for others. A...


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