Yearbook Distribution

Emily LaBatt, Columnist

Throughout this school year the yearbook staff has been hard at work interviewing, photographing, and designing, all with the purpose of putting together this year’s yearbook. The final product will be distributed to students at lunch on May 16, with the final date to order May 15. Far more work went into the yearbook than meets the eye. Senior Zoe Lockwood, yearbook editor, said, “Our yearbook team worked incredibly hard on implementing this year’s theme and designing pages that will be sure to please the reader.”

This is seventh grader Gabriel Knipper’s first year in yearbook. Knippers said that he especially enjoyed finishing his page design early and editing the yearbook. “This yearbook turned out really well, I think this was because of new changes like for example yearbook is now a class for middle schoolers and is integrated with high school. This allowed better communication and it allowed us to get things done quicker,” said Knippers. Lockwood also has high expectations for the yearbook. “I feel like this yearbook is bound to be successful with it having the largest amount of student coverage our yearbook has ever had. I couldn’t be prouder of the final product.”