Ranger Review

Grass turf terrors

Grass turf terrors

Macee Trottner, Editor

December 11, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

Michaela Adams 12 is a female rugby player who plays for the Palmer Terrors, a high school rugby team for boys and girls that is sponsored by District 11 and Palmer High School. She has been playing rugby for a year a half and was inspired to begin playing by her dad, who played in college, and her ...

Cyberpatriot performs well this year

Cyberpatriot performs well this year

Carter Caines, Ranger Review Reporter

November 29, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Profile

Cyberpatriot is a Lewis-Palmer club that involves cyber security for competitions. The Cyberpatriot team has done well in recent years and the team anticipates another good year. Brogan Bewley 11, is a member of the Cyberpatriot club. “ But we usually do pretty well, our top groups will perform l...

Sugar glider pets bring joy

Sugar glider pets bring joy

Maddie Weidner, Ranger Review Reporter

November 27, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

Marina Gustafson 10 owns a total of seven sugar gliders as pets. According to ActiveWild.com, Sugar gliders are marsupials that are native to Australia. They are part of the Petauridae family, which is a species of opossum. “They are incredibly high maintenance. Out of all my animals, I have to be the mo...

Gifted with an amazing voice

Gifted with an amazing voice

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

Singing is something that means more to Ella McRae 10, then what it means to everyone else. She has been singing ever since she can remember and she can not imagine life without singing. McRae is apart of the Treble Voices choir at Lewis-Palmer High School. The Treble Voices is a soprano and alto c...

Lassoed by a ranger

Lassoed by a ranger

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

November 16, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

“Rodeo is a western style event, it started back when there were big ranchers in the 1800’s and they would say to each other, ‘I bet I can rope the calf faster than you can.’ Eventually, the girls started to want to do an event and they said, ‘We have all these old barrels sitting around, let...

Strive for the best, do even better

Strive for the best, do even better

Pilar Agostine, Ranger Review Reporter

October 24, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

Serah Ryals 9 plays lacrosse for Team 180 Sports, which is a club girls team designed for advanced and highly focused athletes.  As stated by the Team 180 website, “Our primary objective is to enable each athlete to become the best lacrosse player she can be, behind a philosophy of strong team d...

Swanson teaches a new class, Socratic Seminar.

Swanson teaches a new class, Socratic Seminar.

Madeline Bane, Ranger Review Reporter

October 24, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

New classes and programs are added to the school course book each year. The Social Studies department began the year with a new course, Socratic Seminar, taught by Mrs. Kim Swanson. Students in the class read about current controversial topics and discuss them with the class. Swanson thinks that o...

Inside Lewis-Palmer’s Beauty and the Beast

Inside Lewis-Palmer’s Beauty and the Beast

Madison Squibb, Ranger Review Reporter

October 22, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

  Putting on a musical can be quite a job, however Jordan Clark, the drama teacher here at Lewis-Palmer High school, has the passion and tools to make musicals great. This year’s Beauty and the Beast will be Mr. Clark's fifth musical put on at LP. Oklahoma, Urinetown, Thoroughly Modern Millie and The Adams F...

Dog agility establishes emotional connections

Dog agility establishes emotional connections

Gabriel Farrell, Ranger Review Reporter

October 17, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

Dog agility is a competitive activity in which a handler directs a dog through an obstacle course in a race for both time and accuracy. Ally Garten 9 is a professional dog agility trainer who often participates in competitions on the national level. “I'm on the world team and going to Switzerland t...

We’re Not in Switzerland Anymore

We’re Not in Switzerland Anymore

Pilar Agostine, Ranger Review Reporter

October 9, 2018


Filed under 2018-2019, Profile

For the average LPHS student the United States and all it has to offer is hardly taken into account, but for exchange student Sam Wirz 11 America is quite a large place filled with opportunities, and more fast food than he could’ve ever imagined. Wirz’s home country Switzerland is small. So small, that accor...


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