Senior Remington Killmar brings spirit, fun to LHS

Throughout his four years here, Remington Killmar has become a student loved by Lewiston High School. He’s known for everything from his dance moves at assemblies to his fun facts on the Bengal Update, and even running the flag at football games.
Killmar has been a part of the Gold Voices choir and a few clubs as well.
“I guess what I’m really involved with is the people,” Killmar said. “I can talk to anybody in this school.” Killmar believes that his involvement with the school has shown him what life truly is and how it is meant to be lived.
“If you don’t live life, then what’s the point?” he asked.
At LHS, Killmar’s love for trains is well known. He said he has been interested in trains ever since his dad gave him a model train set. The reason for his interest, he said, is that trains are major machinery in the U.S., and they have been a very big deal in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley.
Another interest that Killmar is known for is the Ghostbusters film series. Over the years, he wore a Ghostbusters costume to school several times to show his love for the franchise. He even appeared on the Bengal Update promoting the newest installment of the franchise, Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire.
“My favorite memory is walking through the doors of LHS and not knowing what is going to happen these next four years,” Killmar said.”And that is the best part of high school and life — not knowing what is going to happen, and making the best of it.”
One hardship that he faced in school was keeping up on his assignments. He encouraged other students to stay on top of their workload.
As for his classroom experience, Killmar found it difficult to pick a staff member who impacted him the most. But he found over the years that all of the staff want to help — a student just needs the gumption to ask for it.
In the weeks before graduation Killmar was still considering his options for the future.
“Since high school is ending, you get a bunch of options, and that’s something you get to look forward to,” he said.

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