Ranger Review

Book bakes as a hobby

Book bakes as a hobby

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

March 13, 2020

Amelia Book 9 has a passion for baking. When she gets older, she wants to run a bakery. For now, however, she enjoys making cookies and giving them out to teachers and friends. (Possibly change/add more) Her favorite things to bake are cookies. She enjoys them especially because it’s the same r...

Morrison copes with brother and father leaving

Morrison copes with brother and father leaving

Lily Ragsdale, Ranger Review Reporter

March 3, 2020

With Rose Morrison’s father being deployed and her brother going off to college, she faces finding ways to cope with their leaving. “My dad is leaving again, but I've gotten used to the fact that he’s leaving because he often goes on TDY’s (a business trip for Air Force Academy).  He'll be go...

Strom prepares for upcoming track season

Strom prepares for upcoming track season

Remy Hilfers and Jakob Aggers

February 24, 2020

Hanna Strom 9 has an aspiration for running. She participated in cross country during the fall season of the 2019 school year, and she plans on competing in track and field during the spring season.  She enjoys running, despite its innate hardships. Strom believes that her efforts to maintain her ...

Bane goes on expeditions through Boy Scouts

Bane goes on expeditions through Boy Scouts

Quinn Ferguson, Ranger Review Reporter

February 20, 2020

Bandt Bane 10 participates in Boy Scouts through the Gleneagle Troop 194. He has gone on many wildlife trips during his time in Boy Scouts. One in particular was a trip to the Boundary Waters in between Minnesota and Canada.  “The Boundary Waters trip was really cool because it was kind of out in the...

Dungeons and Dragons helps Gray reconnect with friends

Dungeons and Dragons helps Gray reconnect with friends

Joe Brandon, Ranger Review Reporter

February 12, 2020

Every Monday and Wednesday in the study hall pod, Matthew Gray can be seen leading a campaign of Dungeons and Dragons, a tabletop role-play game, with his party. Telling the story as it unfolds, Gray uses detailed descriptions and the roll of dice to help the players. Using his previous experiences ...

Schwartz brings style to Lewis-Palmer

Schwartz brings style to Lewis-Palmer

Marlee Mikesell, Team Leader

February 12, 2020

Like history, fashion tends to repeat itself. Scrunchies, one of the most notable trends from the 80’s came back, and several other clothing staples have come back too. For Caitlin Schwartz 11,  style reveals a lot about her personality.  “I love how clothes from past times are coming back. It's been...

Reichard twins differ in personalities, despite having identical DNA

Reichard twins differ in personalities, despite having identical DNA

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter

February 10, 2020

Caleb and Benjamin Reichard 11 are one of many sets of twins here at Lewis-Palmer. “How we articulate things and talk and present ourselves is very similar, but our personalities are very different,” Benjamin said.  Like many other sets of identical twins, the brothers are very different people,...

Kinser utilizes writing to process life’s challenges

Kinser utilizes writing to process life’s challenges

Riley Smith, Ranger Review Reporter

February 10, 2020

Jaelyn Kinser 10 is a short-story writer and artist who focuses her works on fantasy writing, while also integrating other genres. She enjoys writing, and has written many short-stories.  “I think from reading books like Hush Hush, The Red Pyramid, and Narnia as well. I take aspects from those and try to pu...

Eli Cook involves himself in extracurricular activities

Eli Cook involves himself in extracurricular activities

Holly Esposito, Team Leader

February 10, 2020

Eli Cook 11 is among the hundreds of other students at Lewis-Palmer who participate in many activities, inside and outside of school. Cook is a member of Lewis-Palmer’s Varsity Cross Country team and Track team. “I have run cross country for two years. What I enjoy most about cross country is ...

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...

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