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A leap of faith

A leap of faith

Rose Morrison, Ranger Review Reporter

November 1, 2019

Braylen Mitchell 11, a student at Lewis-Palmer, recently had to endure the challenge of moving between multiple cities, houses, and states in the course of a few months. During the processes of moving, she had to slowly leave her friends, family and the life she created in Kansas all behind her to s...

Student finds new home through lacrosse

Student finds new home through lacrosse

Madison Maddox, Ranger Review Reporter

November 1, 2019

Aaron Garcia 9 is a student at Lewis-Palmer High School who used to play for a youth lacrosse Rangers team and plans on playing for the school team in the spring. Aaron is the youngest child of 5. He lives in Monument, but works on family land in Penrose, Colorado, an agricultural town, where he te...

More than a hobby

More than a hobby

Lindsey Manor, Ranger Review Reporter

November 1, 2019

Andrew Eyer 11 has always had a passion for music. He recently decided to further his passion to the next step. A year ago he started a band. The band mainly focuses on the Indie Rock genre but is also heavily influenced by many classic rock bands.  “I just got some equipment and got some people together who ha...

Tom Chapman reflects on musical career

Tom Chapman reflects on musical career

Pia Lyhne, Ranger Review Reporter

November 1, 2019

Born and raised in Grand Junction, Colorado, Tom Chapman, Lewis-Palmer band director, has been playing trumpet since the sixth grade and has directed band for twelve years. He knew from his sophomore year in high school that he wanted to aspire to be like his high school director by teaching a band of ...

Perry fixes cars

Perry fixes cars

Tristan Clark, Ranger Review Reporter

November 1, 2019

Sean Perry loves cars. He is a freshman at Lewis-Palmer High School, and has been experienced with car maintenance and repair for many years, and has even recently used this skill as a job. According to Perry, he developed an interest in cars when he was 4. “I was with my grandma,” Perry said. “She...

Gregory addresses astronomy at science conventions

Gregory addresses astronomy at science conventions

Ashlynn Vrieze, Ranger Review Reporter

October 29, 2019

Along with her passion of teaching Earth Science, Astronomy, and Conceptual Chemistry at Lewis Palmer High School, Mrs. Gregory uses her free time to teach Astronomy at the Space Foundation and at the Colorado Association of Science Teachers (CAST).  “My main interest is Astronomy because unlike all the other sc...

Gregory Lewis’ Golf Journey

Gregory Lewis’ Golf Journey

Taryn Blatchford, Ranger Review Reporter

October 29, 2019

After being featured in the Gazette and being one of the top ten in the state, varsity golfer Gregory Lewis 10 already has a lot going for him. With 14 years of experience, he is passionate and dedicated to making this sport a long term career.  “I’ve been playing golf for about as long as I can remember,...

Student recovers from debilitating disorder

Student recovers from debilitating disorder

Lilly Pike, Ranger Review Reporter

October 29, 2019

Alyse Olsen 9, an active middle-schooler at Lewis-Palmer Middle School, played on the competitive girls basketball team. Over the winter break in 7th grade, her ability to continue an active role in sports came to a halt.  Olsen was diagnosed with an immune deficiency disorder, prohibiting her from...

We are Sources

We are Sources

Emelia Evory, Ranger Review Reporter

October 29, 2019

Carrie Ellis is a Spanish teacher at Lewis-Palmer, as well as a leader of Sources of Strength. Ellis got involved in the program when vice principal Bridget O’ Conner introduced the program to the school at the beginning of the 2017 school year.  “I volunteered to be an adult adviser the first year it came o...

Warren starts film club

Warren starts film club

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

October 17, 2019

Joel Warren 10, is starting Lewis-Palmer High School’s film club. Joel wants to start this club so that he can expose more students to different film genres. He also wants to open an opportunity for students interested in film to be able to meet with each other and collaborate. “The main reason I’m starting it is just...


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