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Brooke Kobact 11 ready for duty as a Police Explorer.

Student shares representation as a Police Explorer

Bryanna-Marie Garcia, Ranger Review Reporter March 18, 2021

Brooke Kobact 11 is a junior at Lewis-Palmer High School. She is a part of a Police Explorer Program in Castle Rock, Colorado. She shares her experiences and lessons of being a young explorer. And shares...

One of Mrs. Kavanaugh’s, a math teacher at LPHS, hives. “I have two and a half acres, Kavanaugh said. “But in Colorado Springs there’s no limit. You can have them in a very small yard.”

Kavanaugh benefits environment through beekeeping

Annie Elizandro, Ranger Review reporter March 10, 2021

Mrs. Kavanaugh, a math teacher at Lewis-Palmer High School, has been a teacher for over ten years. In her free time, Kavanaugh is a beekeeper. She has been doing this for four years and she keeps five...

Sam Sarver 10, skating against against a Dallas Stars defensman with a crowd of 300 people for a USHL tournament.

Sam Sarver talks about a New Season with a New Hockey Team

Elliot Bauer, Ranger Review Reporter February 10, 2021

Sam Sarver 10 is a Sophomore at Lewis-Palmer High School. He has made the decision to play for Lewis Palmer’s High School Hockey Team for the 2020-2021 season. This is Sarver’s first year playing high...

Rosen Shares her Exciting Equestrian Experience

Rosen Shares her Exciting Equestrian Experience

Lily Ragsdale, Ranger Review Reporter December 9, 2020

  Amanda Rosen 10 is an Equestrian Rider for Hunter Run Farms.  She has been riding for almost 5 years. After several injuries and difficult shows, she is still riding to this day. With Covid-19...

Filla's Cross Country Experience in 2020

Filla’s Cross Country Experience in 2020

Lily Ragsdale, Ranger Review Reporter December 9, 2020

“Cross country looked different this year but the team made the most of it. We had to wear our masks the entire time at the meets unless we were running. It was really frustrating too, we had to wait...

Alexandra Meszaros 10, danced at a Starpower dance competition with two of the dance teams at her studio. “It was an interesting experience because it was one of the more advanced dances I had done with another group besides mine; but besides that it was very pretty, very graceful, and there was a lot of meaning put into it,” Meszaros said.

Meszaros uses dance as a way to cope

Samantha Copeland, Ranger Review Reporter November 16, 2020

Alexandra Meszaros 10, has been dancing at the Sundance Studio since she was 3 years old. Meszaros was put into dance by her mother who always said she loved doing it. “My mom has always told me that...

Atnip has made many African flower animals, all of which include the hippo, elephant, giraffe, and turtle that she is holding.

Atnip crochets for entertainment

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter October 28, 2020

Breanna Atnip 10 has been crocheting since 2015. It is one of her favorite hobbies to do, and she has made many stuffed animals throughout doing it. Crocheting is working with a yarn and a hook to create...

Hong, Fiocchi, and O’Connell all feel pressured and stressed to be successful, not only balancing schoolwork but extracurricular activities as well. “It's been pretty stressful.”, Hong said.

Balancing school work and extracurricular activites

Samantha Copeland, Ranger Review Reporter October 12, 2020

  There is no surprise that this year is different and many are struggling with the changes we are forced to make. Students participating in the hybrid program here at LP are bound to deal with...

Jack Markowitz 11 is singing out in the play, Jack: A Moral Musical Tale where he played Jack Horner, a positive, young boy, who always has a bright outlook on life.

Markowitz Pursues Theatre Passion

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter October 6, 2020

Jack Markowitz 11 spent four years at the Colorado Springs Conservatory, which is an after school program aiming to teach kids about music and theatre. In high school Markowitz chose not to continue with...

Brennan returns a serve in a practice match with his mother. “‘Be aggressive’ That’s probably the best advice she’s [his mother] given me,” Brennan said. “Now I am definitely a very aggressive tennis player.”

Sport resumes for JV tennis player

Emma Gamanho, Ranger Review Reporter October 5, 2020

For Josh Brennan 11, his athletic career has not been put on pause despite the current pandemic. As a junior varsity tennis player, his season began mid August and and lasted for about 3-4 weeks. With...

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