Yearbook runs picture day

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Yearbook runs picture day

Dressed as Batman, Natalie Preston, senior and Co yearbook Editor-in Chief, hands out tickets to organize students before they take their pictures.

Dressed as Batman, Natalie Preston, senior and Co yearbook Editor-in Chief, hands out tickets to organize students before they take their pictures.

Gian Cortez

Dressed as Batman, Natalie Preston, senior and Co yearbook Editor-in Chief, hands out tickets to organize students before they take their pictures.

Gian Cortez

Gian Cortez

Dressed as Batman, Natalie Preston, senior and Co yearbook Editor-in Chief, hands out tickets to organize students before they take their pictures.

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Yearbook staff donned a variety of costumes for Picture Day in the gym. As lines of students stretched out past the door, the staff explained how they are working to create a permanent fixture in the lives of students.  

“I like getting to know that I’m leaving a mark somewhere that people will see in years,” sophomore Elise “Birdie” Frierson said.  

However, she does not always enjoy the stress that comes from covering the majority of the year.  

“[My least favorite part is] having to stress out about…covering all these different events,” Frierson said.   

Although Picture Day is stressful, Frierson enjoys running it.  

“I get to choose what classes I go to and I get to dress up, so that’s awesome,” Frierson said. 

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Dressed as Pink Ladies from the movie, “Grease”, yearbook editors Courtney Chalmers and Lauren Rose, juniors, help to run picture day in the gym.

Staff members also talked about what made them join yearbook.  

“My favorite thing about yearbook is that it’s more of a family environment than a classroom,” senior Romello Walters said. “I’ve been in there pretty much all four years. We get down to work but we have so much fun.” 

The social aspect of Yearbook isn’t the only thing attracting students, though it is certainly a part of it.  

“[I’m looking forward to] getting to see everyone come together for a new and different looking book than last year’s book.,” senior Natalie Preston said.  

Preston is also one of the Co-Editors-In-Chief for this year’s yearbook.  

“[My favorite thing is] getting to give the school something that [each grade] gets to look back on… for years to come, they’ll always have it,” Preston said.

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