Kings' Courier

AP English students honored during Awards Program

AP English students honored during Awards Program

May 22, 2019


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AP English Awards were earned by the students listed below. The top two juniors in Language and Composition and the top two seniors in Literature and Composition in four categories (grammar, literature, essay, and vocabulary) were recognized at the Awards Program as well as the juniors and seniors who ...

Review of the May Concert

Review of the May Concert

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

May 22, 2019


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The Lewis Cass High School Band performed the May concert this past Friday. Not only was this the last concert for the seniors, but this was also the last concert at Lewis Cass for Mr. Muth, the high school band director. Mr. Muth has accepted a new job at Westfield, so his last day at Lewis Cass will...

A day filled with fun

A day filled with fun

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

May 20, 2019


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This summer my sister Savannah will be getting married. This weekend my sister Madeline her maid of honor threw her a bridal shower in preparation. Savannah and her fiance Thomas will honeymoon in Italy. So with a theme centered around an italian garden, smells of fresh lilacs and tart lemons filled o...

First Year Experience

First Year Experience

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

May 19, 2019


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Lewis Cass High School was lucky enough to receive quite a few new teachers this year who we all turned out to love. My very first story that I published this school year was a feature on a new teacher of ours: Mr. Carlton. Little did I know he would later on in the year be my track and field coach at ...

Farvel America

Farvel America

Bella Panmei, Sophomore Writer

May 16, 2019


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Towards the beginning of the year, I had written an article about our new foreign exchange student, whom many will know as Benji, from Denmark. He had compared the differences he had seen, done, and heard from here to his home in Denmark. Benji had also stated the things we lack here but are in Denmark...

A Surprise in my Genius Hour

A Surprise in my Genius Hour

Lauren Hileman, Junior Writer

May 15, 2019


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As many know, Mr. Wilson does a Genius Hour every once in awhile over a subject from a specific time person. The time period was from 1972 to now. I decided with the time period including my life time and since I knew some things, I picked my mom’s life for the last Genius Hour. As a result, I lea...

Preparing for the tests

Preparing for the tests

Carl Jay, Junior Writer

May 10, 2019


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As my junior year rolls to a close, and finals and AP tests fly at me faster than a baseball out of Nolan Ryan’s hand, I came to the conclusion that I have made it through several testing seasons and have words of advice for the up-and-coming sixth seventh and eighth graders who will be taking thei...

One Last Playlist

One Last Playlist

Annie Daily, Senior Writer

May 7, 2019


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In the past I have come up with playlists. Readers get to listen to some new music, and I get to share what I’ve been loving and sometimes find new music. I’ve really enjoyed making these in the past and the feedback has been great. I thought I would create one last playlist for the fun of it. Thi...

Spring Play Review

Spring Play Review

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

May 1, 2019


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The members of the Lewis Cass Drama Department presented their spring play this past weekend. My sister and I watched the performance on Saturday night, and we really enjoyed it. The play was very entertaining and contained lots of humor throughout it. The setting of the play took place in 1948 in the ...

Traditions become Legendary: History of Lewis Cass Kings

Traditions become Legendary: History of Lewis Cass Kings

Megan Dishon and McKayla Thompson

April 26, 2019


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The school we know now as Lewis Cass began as five different townships: Washington, Tipton, Miami, Deer Creek, and Jackson. As we interviewed Donna Percy and Betty Davis, members of the graduating class of 1964, we learned how the foundation of Lewis Cass was created. Most students and community mem...

Career Fair

Career Fair

Brannyn Spencer, Senior Editor

April 24, 2019


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This past Thursday our school hosted a career fair. Many local businesses had representatives here giving out information. My favorite booths included four health care representatives: Kelly Carden, Sally Young, Dustie Reed, and Michelle Nicholson. Carden is a nurse practitioner at Logansport Memorial hospital...

Every 15 Minutes

Every 15 Minutes

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

April 19, 2019


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In America somebody dies every 15 minutes due to distracted driving. On April 15, 2019, a mock car crash took place at Western High School; this mock car crash was a part of the “Every 15 Minutes Program” and was put together to teach an important lesson. This two-day program mainly focuses on high ...

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