Lewis Cass High School, Walton, Indiana,

Kings' Courier

Economics and Business

Brady Hammond, Senior Writer
August 18, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Even though school has just recently started, my classmates and I are taking on a project in our economics class. The project plan is to create a business by working together in a group of four students. Each student has one of these roles: Opportunity Analysis, Organization Planning, Market Planning, and...

The Meaning Behind the Name

Luke Hammond, Senior Writer
August 18, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Jumping into the new forms of marching shows, the Lewis Cass Marching Kings are introducing to the competition Vincent, a different and more challenging show that the Marching Kings have ever done. This new show will take the audience into the life of Vincent Van Gogh and portray the struggles and r...

Champions Together

Champions Together

McKayla Ramsey, Senior Writer
August 17, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

"Let me win. But if I cannot win, let me be brave in the attempt." This is the Special Olympics motto and I can say from personal witness that even if these amazing competitors don’t win, they are the bravest people I know. Champions Together is a partnership with the Indiana Special Olympics and th...

To My Sister

To My Sister

August 15, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

You left today. You’ll be home in a few weeks, but it won’t be the same. Today was the last time we will live together. Next summer you will be staying in an apartment instead of at home. A few years from now you’ll be starting a new job in the real world, and I will be starting college. We will...

Why Community Service Is A Great Thing

Why Community Service Is A Great Thing

Caleb Johnson, Sophomore Writer
August 15, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Whether you’re a nervous freshman or a relaxed senior, high school is a great time to try new things - this includes volunteering. Some people think that doing community service doesn’t benefit them because it doesn’t pay as a job would. Even though most volunteering options are for free, they offe...

A City to Remember

A City to Remember

Drew Cornell, Senior Writer
August 9, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

In the first week of summer my family takes a trip somewhere in the United States, and we have visited quite a few locations. This summer we took a trip to St. Louis, but we have visited places like California in the past. Visiting California, my family had one of the most fun times of their lives. ...

Family Vacation

Family Vacation

Morgan Miller, Senior Writer
August 8, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Have you ever been to The Badlands? How about Devil’s Tower? Custer State Park? A year ago I would’ve said no to these questions, but now I can say yes to all of them. This summer my family went on vacation to South Dakota and Colorado. Even though my family is insane and can drive me crazy sometimes,...

Demoralizing the Dog

Demoralizing the Dog

Carl Jay, Sophomore Writer
August 8, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

A few months ago my older sister Maddie bought a golden-doodle puppy. Very quickly she realized that Oliver is an extremely headstrong and blatantly disobedient, unless, of course, you have a dog treat, stick, or other toy. Oliver doesn’t seem to enjoy being cleaned although he seems to love getti...

Caring but Crazy

Caring but Crazy

McKayla Thompson, Sophomore writer
August 8, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

  We all have that one teacher that drives us absolutely insane. Maybe it’s not actually that way, but it might be that you actually drive them insane. Either way this teacher jokes with you all the time and might make fun of you along the way. All your talks and laughs make you enjoy their classes an...

A Walk Down the Hall

A Walk Down the Hall

Josie Woolever, Junior Writer
August 7, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

For the first time in four years, I haven’t been completely intimidated by the seniors, I haven’t had to worry about being in an upperclassman’s way, and I haven’t felt like one of the smallest kids in the hall. (Yes, I’m still short but these junior high kids are tiny.) Since I am an upper...

HGS- Senator for a Week

HGS- Senator for a Week

Holly Widner, Senior Writer
August 4, 2017
Filed under Courier Top First Person Feature, Student Life

Over the summer, I had the opportunity to attend Hoosier Girls’ State at Trine University. Which brings together 500 of the top students in the state for a week to construct their own, well, state. Each girl lives in a city divided into precincts. After that, three to four cities make up a county wh...

Last First Day

Last First Day

McKayla Ramsey, Senior Writer
August 4, 2017
Filed under Student Life

Excited seniors, back to school pictures, and a few tears shed (from the parents of course), all parts of a senior’s last first day. Seniors stormed the hallway without the true realization that we were the oldest students roaming the halls maybe it will hit us eventually or maybe we won’t realize it...

Lewis Cass High School, Walton, Indiana,
Student Life