A Team of Memory Makers

Staff Scrapbook (Images and Captions)

Caption 1: (From left to right) Sophia Helsing and Kelyn Perales Garcia diligently continue to work on their assigned article for the yearbook, displaying much enthusiasm for the role they play on the yearbook staff. On the yearbook staff, one of the most enjoyable aspects about the team was the friendly cooperation by which everybody was able to work, which was displayed by the eagerness of the team to help another out when necessary and putting forth all efforts to ascertain the best outcome of a yearbook every buying student is bound to enjoy.

Caption 2: Juniors Sophia Helsing and Kelyn Perales Garcia inquire the help of SkyView's secondary yearbook adviser and computer teacher Mrs. Lobdell with an in-progress page of the yearbook. In order to make the best yearbook the staff could accomplish, the staff not only utilized their current talents and gifts to create wonderful pages, but they also learned a lot from a teacher who showed them the way when they came across setbacks or rough times.

Caption 3: Freshman David Chambless is hard at work on his currently assigned yearbook page, tending to every critical detail. One of the most critical components of finishing a well-done yearbook in time for the eager students looking to buy one was the staff working cooperatively and openly in their opinions, and with diligence as to make certain the yearbook got done in time in order to avoid the previous year's mistakes in a late delivery, and David most certainly demonstrated this aspect of the yearbook staff with eagerness to contribute whatever he can to the yearbook, particularly with his talent for writing captions to whatever picture was necessary.

Caption 4: A completed page of the yearbook, whose concept design was developed by Juniors Jeremiah House and Kay King, shows just how well accomplished the final product turned out to be within this year's conclusion. It was no surprise, and certainly no exception, that a room full of innovative students was more than enough to provide enough imaginative thought and design to provide SkyView Academy with an unforgettable yearbook that was certain to please everyone who had purchased one.

Caption 5: (From left to right) Merry Blomquist, 9, Naomi Roesick, 10, and Lily Schwarz, 10, collaborate together in order to finish final yearbook pages. Another special relationship shared among the yearbook staff was the manner by which everybody was willing to help each other when the necessity arose, which made creating the yearbook much more of an enjoyable experience in addition as well as a team-building effort.

By: Jeremiah House (pictured below)

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