Ranger Review

Q&A with Justin Daigle, renowned yearbook advisor

Q&A with Justin Daigle, renowned yearbook advisor

Rebecca Crook, Jakob Aggers, and Kathryn Juhasz

July 10, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

Justin Daigle is the Yearbook advisor for Brighton high school in  He also works as the English Department chair and Avid Coordinator at Brighton in addition to teaching journalism classes. He’s worked there for 14 years. At Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp 2018, our staff got a chance to ask Daigl...

Rowdy Rangers Club boosts school spirit

Rowdy Rangers Club boosts school spirit

Ian Porter, Ranger Review Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Features, Profile, Reviews

Have the sporting events been fun? Well it could just be the Rowdy Rangers making the game a little bit more exciting. Rowdy Rangers is a club that cheers from the stands and gets everyone excited about sporting events. The Rowdy Rangers support the players so they will play better and know that t...

Melanie Peterson

Melanie Peterson

Lauren Kim, Ranger Review Reporter

March 24, 2017


Filed under 2016-2017, Profile

  Melanie Peterson 12, is close to finishing her senior year at Lewis-Palmer High School. She plans on serving the Air Force for over 4 years to get a Ph.D. Peterson has already taken ASVAB, Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery. The ASVAB is a timed multi-aptitude test developed and main...

Nicolas Pacitto- The Musical Freshman

Nicolas Pacitto- The Musical Freshman

Shane Bassett, Ranger Review Reporter

March 21, 2017


Filed under Profile

Nic Pacitto is a well rounded freshman student that currently attends LPHS. He was both born and raised in Colorado Springs along-side his brother Antonio Pacitto. Pacitto is a hard working student that does everything he can to the best of his abilities.   “I try to take all the hard classes becau...

Creating an art since his youth

Creating an art since his youth

Macee Trottner, Ranger Review Reporter

March 17, 2017


Filed under Profile

Students at Lewis-Palmer High School have the opportunity to take part in a wide variety of diverse clubs and activities at the school. One student, Max McCutcheon, 12, is the vice president of drama club and is involved in all of the school plays and musicals. McCutcheon has been acting ever since he ...

Scott moves up to varsity

Scott moves up to varsity

Macee Trottner, Ranger Review Reporter

December 8, 2016


Filed under Features, Profile

Lewis-Palmer High School’s varsity boys basketball team has played four games this season so far. The 2016-2017 team has a variety of seniors, juniors, and sophomores. One player, Joel Scott 10, is playing for the first time with an official spot on the varsity team. Last year, Scott played limite...

Making an impact on varsity football

Making an impact on varsity football

Jakob Aggers, Ranger Review Reporter

November 12, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Profile, Sports

With a record of 9-1, Lewis-Palmer Varsity football is rolling into the playoffs that are just a few short games around the corner. Throughout the season Kyle Watts Jr. 12 has been an impact player and is looking forward to the playoffs ahead of him. Watts has been an effective player, making big...

An Inside View From Ryan Hunt

An Inside View From Ryan Hunt

Elizabeth Beagle, Editor

May 3, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Profile

Painting his nails, playing with Bratz dolls and dressing up were some of Ryan Hunt’s, 12, favorite childhood activities. As a six year old, Hunt only saw these activities as things that made him happy; however, he always knew that he was not like many other boys. As time has progressed, Hunt has c...

Dj of legends

Dj of legends

Tristyn Park, Ranger Review Reporter

March 17, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Profile

High schools are infested with restless teenage minds and gossip is magnetized to our culture. Dramatic stories travel from person to person as if there is a telegraph around the school. Mostly students are terrorized by rumors, however, teachers are not safe from gossip either.   Korrena ...

De Expresses her Passion for Teaching in her Curriculum

De Expresses her Passion for Teaching in her Curriculum

Lacey Nonnast, Ranger Review Reporter

March 15, 2016


Filed under 2015-2016, Profile

The teaching staff at Lewis-Palmer High School aims to make their courses and curriculum unique and beneficial to a student’s success. Of the many teachers, Korrena De, a science teacher, is one teacher whose creative, fun and educational environment has been teaching students for ten years. In ...


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