Yearbook is a great opportunity to grow and develop in multiple categories as an individual. By expressing and letting out your inner creative sides, you can put your talents to work and let them be shown when the book is being completed. The amount of energy, dedication, and hard work that it takes to put together a yearbook causes a group of people to really being one with each other. Throughout this semester, my classmates and I have grown to become a big family. No matter how crazy our family may seem, we all stillimg_3642 deeply care for each other even threw all the hate that we’ve received. Each of us have our different abilities and strengths and we used throughout the different categories we were put in such as; photography, journalism, creative, and people/project management. By all of us doing our jobs, it comes together creating a yearbook that we can continuously look at and be proud of for the rest of our lives. Oh, how rude of me.. I never introduced myself. Hi, I’m Debbie. I’m a member of creative, one of the important roles in making the yearbook. Throughout my blog, you’ll get to know the the 4 major roles needed to make a yearbook and what exactly it is they consist of. It’s safe to say that no yearbook class has ever been like ours, and I believe that it will forever remain that way, but hey what do I know? Maybe every class will have a Struan too… 😉

“Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.” -Arthur Ashe


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