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Rafting on the Tippecanoe River

At the end of the trip, we learned about river otters as we passed around the fur of one.

Katelyn Schreckenghaust, Junior Writer

September 21, 2018

Field trips can be great ways to take a break from just sitting in a classroom--a great learning opportunity while still being a lot of fun. Some trips end up being very interesting and a really cool experience for all the students. Mr. Ullom’s AP Biology class and Mrs. Densborn’s AP Environmental S...

Exploring the New Polytechnic Academy

Exploring the New Polytechnic Academy

McKayla Thompson, Junior Writer

September 17, 2018

Galveston Elementary is now renamed to Lewis Cass Polytechnic Academy. This academy’s purpose will be to create classes that allow students the opportunity to work towards their future careers. Stephanie Barker, the assistant at the Polytech Academy, said, “They focus on three different areas: manuf...

Hoosier Girls State 2018

Hoosier Girls State 2018

Megan Dishon, Senior Editor

August 15, 2018

“And up next running for Superintendent of Public Instruction is Megan Dishon.” As those words were announced from the stage, I look up with fear in my eyes. My hands are sweating while I walking up to the podium as graceful as my ungraceful self can in my navy blue dress and heels. I took a deep ...

Kings’ Courier staff finishes an outstanding year

Kings' Courier staff finishes an outstanding year

June 4, 2018

The Kings' Courier staff 2017-18: Top Row: Dixon Collins, Gabe Eurit, Drew Cornell, Hayden Vest. 2nd Row: Megan Dishon, Caleb Johnson, Mack Appleton, Brannyn Spencer, Westin Miller, Lexi Jackson, Ashli Key. 3rd Row: Marisol Karmel, Josephine Woolever, Morgan Miller, Kelsey Smith, McKayla Thompson, Holly Wi...

Blazing Horseshoes

Blazing Horseshoes

Jordan Henry, Freshman

April 20, 2018

  Blazing horseshoes is the spring play of 2018. Sound familiar? If your parents let you watch Blazing Saddles, you’re probably thinking oh no. A combination of breaking the fourth wall, inappropriate and insulting humor, and unpredictableness makes it a movie to remember. Although the storyline i...

Autism Awareness Month

Autism Awareness Month

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

April 18, 2018

April has arrived and everyone is talking about all the upcomings of the month: spring flowers, warm weather, if the heat gets to Indiana, and spring cleaning. As much as these things sound fun and interesting, this month is a special month for my family. It maybe the month of my mom’s birthday an...

Foreign Family

Foreign Family

Kaleb Lewellen, Sophomore Writer

February 23, 2018

Many people enjoy traveling. Whether it be to another town, another state, and even another country, traveling is a popular past time. The difference between them all being the amount of time spent there. Many people can’t even imagine not living with their family for more than a week. When being a ...

A Lesson Learned from Champions Together

A Lesson Learned from Champions Together

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

February 1, 2018

~I’ve seen better days, but I’ve also seen worse. I don’t have everything I want, but I do have all I need. I woke up with some aches and pains, but I woke up. My life may not be perfect, but I am blessed.~   We all have flaws, we all have needs, and we all have imperfections. Looking ...

Starting from Square One

Starting from Square One

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer

January 11, 2018

“Your dad bought another house,” said my mother. My facial expression went from a smile to a frown in a split second. I knew we weren’t moving; we would never get rid of our house because my dad has way too much junk to move. After the thoughts went crazy in my head, I came to the conclusion we had...

Being in a play, a great experience

Being in a play, a great experience

Alexis Darland, Junior Writer

November 21, 2017

I wasn’t too sure about joining drama. However, I learned I enjoyed it quite a bit. This play was fun to practice and perform. My character allowed me to do multiple things and expressions, and it was amazing performing with Josey Frey and Jordan Henry. My favorite part of the play is when Josey ...

Getting Creative with Writing at IUK

Cheesy smile because of winning the $250 renewable scholarship at IUK!

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

November 20, 2017

As being a junior in high school, it’s strange to think that college is right around the corner. This is the year that you have to think about your credits and see if you meet all of the requirements in order to graduate high school. This is also the year where we are “supposed” to be finding sc...

Launch Into Leadership

Our Lewis Cass FCCLA Officers posing for a

Megan Dishon, Junior Writer

October 2, 2017

Being in FCCLA does a lot for teenagers today. This shows how to be a true leader with a twist.  The twist is not only we learn skills we will need throughout the future, but also crazy field trips and opportunities that make joining the club worth it! This year’s “Launching into Leadership” is a huge su...

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