The yearbook students are an energetic group who desire to produce materials that promote positive school spirit and culture. The students work to ensure quality production of the school's yearbook as well as creating posters, promotional materials, and videos to submit for the morning announcements.
The students go above and beyond in their commitment to the yearbook and to each other.
This is demonstrated in their willingness to stay after school for the extra hours it takes to produce products the whole school will be excited about.
These students continuously work in such a way to promote positive school culture, something needed in today's world, and their influence is seen in a myriad of ways, thus making a lasting impression on their fellow students.
The students maintain a strong presence in the school. They work to be a presence at a variety of functions throughout the school year so that all aspects of the school are able to be equally featured throughout the yearbook.
Students make it a priority to take pictures at events such as awards ceremonies, honor society inductions, concerts, dances, sporting events and other events.
This commitment shines through in the final production of the yearbook. This iPad will allow a consistent piece of tech to be used for photos, instead of borrowing other teachers materials or using personal electronics. This central device will also allow each student to have access to the photos.
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