By: Maddy Burbank
The Yearbook Club is where students join to help design their yearbook. Students should join because it is a great way to get involved with your class and design your yearbook the way you want it.
“Students should be the ones to choose how their yearbook is made, not a staff member.” said senior and class president, Isaac Santos.
The Yearbook Club is technically a senior club since it is going to be the seniors yearbook, but it is open to all grades. They will not refuse to have someone in their club just because they are not a senior. What they expect from students who plan to join is to give ideas, and no idea is a bad idea.
“It is important to have a yearbook because it's a memory that you go back on and remember the times that you had with friends,” Santos said.
The club seems like a great thing that helps you interact with other students and design pages in the yearbook that will be kept forever. Imagine being able to look back at your book and think, “Wow, I did that.” It would be great right?
If I were you, I would consider joining. It's such a great thing that our school put together. They are always open to accepting new people into the club.
The meetings are held every Wednesday after school in the LMC. They discuss everything from the cover of the yearbook to even the superlatives. If you are interested in joining, you can speak to and/or contact Mrs. Griffin. She is located in the LMC. (Library Media Center)
If you have any questions you can contact either Isaac at email@example.com or Mrs. Griffin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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