Ranger Review

Thirkell uses Emergenetics in the classroom

Thirkell explains a homework problem in AP Calculus. Students in her class saw 5 to 20 percent increased performance on their tests after participating in the Emergenetics program.

Sophia Artley, Editor

February 6, 2019

Kathy Thirkell, a math teacher, works hard to make sure her students learn. Recently she has added a modern, personality based, scientific program to her classroom in the hopes of aiding her students - Emergenetics. “Emergenetics is a science that talks about the genetics you have and the experience...

Strive for the best, do even better

Ryals runs with her lacrosse stick towards the goal line.

Pilar Agostine, Ranger Review Reporter

October 24, 2018

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...

Bergmann dances onto the Poms team

Mallory Bergmann ,9, is on the Lewis-Palmer Poms team.

Sophie Artley, Ranger Review Reporter

December 10, 2015

This year, Lewis-Palmer High School’s Poms Dance team has danced their way to state competition this year. The dancers perform during halftime at football games and at school assemblies. Each year, new freshmen pile into the halls of Lewis-Palmer, and many take part in the activities offered at...

Rodeo Ranger Wins Big

Emma Grothe rides in the flags portion of the competition

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...

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