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Laura Bird

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter

Laura Bird is currently a senior at LPHS as a first year Ranger Review Reporter. She enjoys drawing and singing on her days off and is currently in the Lewis-Palmer Treble Voices. She enjoys reading, writing and loves Christmas. She is in DECA and HOSA this year and is an only child born in Colorado. She enjoys helping people and spending time with her two cats, Savannah and Jack.

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Forrest Webb IV believes that talking to people displays his positivity.  If people don’t come up and talk to me then I’ll go up and talk to them,  and I’ll ask them how their day is going, Webb said.

Webb stays positive to help others

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter
February 26, 2020
An anonymous student has always been interested in animals and is currently taking two college courses through the school to learn about them. “When youre really little you’re always like, ‘I want to be a firefighter or a doctor or a vet.’ I have always wanted to be a vet, and I just kind of never outgrew that that whole phase.

Student pursues a career in exotic medicine

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter
December 10, 2019
Choir members sing at the rescheduled concert.

Snow days affect two scheduled concerts

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter
December 2, 2019
Jaidyn Schortzman poses with her book Inception. Writing for me is kind of an escape into my own world where I control whats going on, and I know whats going to happen next,” Jaidyn Schortzman 12 said.

Teenager writes science fiction novel

Laura Bird, Ranger Review Reporter
October 17, 2019
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