Kings' Courier

An Open Letter to the Upcoming Juniors

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer

May 22, 2018


Filed under Student Life

To the Upcoming Juniors,   You’re officially upperclassmen now. How’s it feel? I know it may not seem like it now, but junior year is so much more different than any other you’ve experienced yet. You’re starting to take AP classes now, you’re taking dual credit classes, and you...

Saying Goodbye To Bauer

Saying Goodbye To Bauer

Gabe Eurit, Sophomore Writer

May 18, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Being a student at Lewis Cass has given me the opportunity of meeting people that have impacted my life. One person who has had an influence in my life is Mr. Bauer. After forty-one years of teaching, Mr. Bauer has decided to retire. The majority of Bauer’s years have been spent at Cass. He has been...

Goodbye For Now, My Best Friend

Goodbye For Now, My Best Friend

Ashli Key, Junior Writer

May 17, 2018


Filed under Student Life

“Time flies when you’re having fun.” That quote never seemed to be true until this year of high school. It seems as if yesterday Sophie Galloway, my best friend, and I were playing our first volleyball game together; however, Sophie graduates in two weeks. Sophie and I had an unbreakable bond. ...

Slang Translator

Jameson Price, Junior Editor

May 16, 2018


Filed under Student Life

This is my end of the school year translator for anyone who may not have understood anything that was being talked about.   Slang Phrase Translator   Lit - A term used to describe anything thought to be cool or radical.   Nugs - McDonald’s Chicken Nuggets. Only Mcdo...

Rosemary Todd Award Winner

Rosemary Todd Award Winner

Olivia Salyers, Senior Writer

May 15, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Last weekend, Lewis Cass had its annual award ceremony in the auditorium. High school awards were followed by the senior scholarship awards, and everyone knows how important paying for college is. While for many students, especially seniors, the second section of the award ceremony was ranked higher on t...

Michaela Pullen loves being an RA at Ball State

Michaela Pullen loves being an RA at Ball State

Brannyn Spencer, Junior Writer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Courier Top Feature, Student Life

So what is an RA? An RA is a resident advisor. Some of you may know her, but Michaela Pullen, our own alumnus, is an RA at Ball State University. Her freshman year, half way through, she decided that she wanted to be a room advisor. She wanted to grow as a leader on the Ball State campus and thought it...

Sorting Marbles

Sorting Marbles

Bodie St.Clair and Zach Fields, Sophomore Writers

May 11, 2018


Filed under Student Life

For the past two months in Principles of Engineering, Zach Fields and Bo St.Clair have been building a machine that has to sort a group of sixteen marbles in to their respective piles. The four different types of marbles that were given to us were glass, wood, nylon, and steel. All of the sorting has t...

Alexander for County Council

Alexander for County Council

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

     “Vote for Bryan Alexander for Howard County Council” came out of my mouth at least 100 times on Tuesday, election day. My job was to advertise Alexander as much as possible. Alexander had asked me and eleven other students to hand out flyers the day of his election. I said yes right away...

Noodle Arms

Noodle Arms

Kelsey Wise, Junior Writer

May 10, 2018


Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

As a junior I attended my first prom. At the beginning of the year, I wasn’t going to go to prom due to not having a reason to go. I thought that going to prom would make me feel socially awkward and that I wouldn’t have the confidence to dance in front of a bunch of people. I felt as though I w...

“The Time Traveler”

“The Time Traveler”

Bodie St.Clair, Sophomore Writer

May 9, 2018


Filed under Student Life

When a group of students, myself included, agreed to help Mr. Alexander, we had no idea what we were getting into. We talked to many people throughout the day. Many of them were nice and listened to us talk about why Mr. Alexander should have his or her vote. Others kindly denied our information and proc...

My Last Cass Prom

My Last Cass Prom

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer

May 8, 2018


Filed under Student Life

Prom has been one of my favorite things about school since my sophomore year. Everyone throws on their best outfit, and some find the sleekest car they know of, and they all head out for pictures at the prettiest place they can think of. After pictures it’s time for dinner at a nice restaurant. So...

College Visit

College Visit

Dixon Collins, Junior Writer

May 7, 2018


Filed under Student Life

     College is a huge step from high school for many students throughout the country. Many students try and visit a few colleges each year to get a college student’s perspective and see how well they enjoy the school. This past Friday I had the opportunity to visit Indiana Wesleyan in Marion, Ind...

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