Ranger Review

College Admissions Trigger Anxiety

College Admissions Trigger Anxiety

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

March 31, 2016

The beginning months of the spring semester generally signal a lull in the college-related stress which seniors face. Application deadlines have passed and most scholarships are just beginning to open their applications for the upcoming year. When March arrives, though, the anxiety levels of many gra...

Book Drive Creates Mixed Response

Book Drive Creates Mixed Response

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

March 9, 2016

A new program is underway this month: Lewis-Palmer High School’s first book drive. To end March 16, the goal of the book drive is to collect gently used books for donation to Denver Children’s Hospital. However, Student Council’s plans have generated mixed responses among the Ranger student popul...

A Different Kind of Competition

A Different Kind of Competition

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

February 18, 2016

Wednesday, February 17 saw Rangers filing into the Lecture Hall at Lewis-Palmer High School to participate in an altogether unusual kind of competition. Over one hundred and ten Lewis-Palmer students came to put their math skills to the test in the first round of the annual American Mathematics Competiti...

Fighting for Success

Fighting for Success

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

February 16, 2016

Although many students are only now slipping back into the school routine, a group of dedicated Lewis-Palmer athletes have been in high gear for weeks. The wrestling team’s continued drive was put to the test on January 27, when they faced off against Discovery Canyon - a duel which opened with a b...

ThesCon a Showstopper Once Again

ThesCon a Showstopper Once Again

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

December 16, 2015

For the 51st year in a row, the Colorado Thespian Convention proved an enormous success, thanks in part to members of Lewis-Palmer High School’s drama department. Rangers involved in all areas of the dramatic arts from acting to set design and technical crew spent an enthusiastic three days at the...

LPSD 38 Election Concludes

LPSD 38 Election Concludes

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

December 2, 2015

After an arduous campaign season, District 38 residents elected Mark Pfoff, Matthew Clawson, Sherri Hawkins and Sarah Sampayo to the open school board positions. Four vacancies were available to candidates out of five total board positions, and therefore the 2015 campaign  generated more public intere...

Rodeo Ranger Wins Big

Rodeo Ranger Wins Big

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

October 21, 2015

The Lewis-Palmer High School Rangers have a champion in their midst. Emma Grothe, 12, earned high marks this season in her last summer of high school horseback riding competitions. Grothe, who has been competing with her horse, Moon, since age 8, was awarded Champion of Champions at the El Paso Count...

Spanish Club Defeated by German Rivals

Spanish Club Defeated by German Rivals

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

October 21, 2015

The soccer ball sailed over the goalie’s head for the last time and both teams let out a cry. Two lines of players, one clothed in black, the other in red, high-fived and exchanged congratulations. Both teams then gathered for a few group pictures, chatting in three languages. Lewis-Palmer High School’s Spanish Club a...

Long-Awaited Win for Ranger Tennis

Long-Awaited Win for Ranger Tennis

Catherine Best, Ranger Review Reporter

October 14, 2015

The Lewis-Palmer High School varsity men’s tennis team gathered to watch the final showdown of the evening, encouraging Ben Rowland, 10, and Wesley Stuart, 9, as they played their second set. When the ball finally ceased its flying, coach Paul Kardel joined the assembled Rangers to congratulate them o...


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