Team of Memory Makers
The yearbook for the school year of 2012-2013 at SkyView Academy didn't quite make the cut for several students of the secondary school full of expectations for an impressive product. As a result of such, the yearbook development team for the year of 2013-2014 needed to thoroughly formulate a plan to make amends for last year's bust, a plan that could carry the potential to utterly annihilate any remaining regrets for the previous year's setbacks. One student who was on board with this plan was a high school junior student named Jeremiah House. Having bought the yearbook from before, Jeremiah believed he could make significant contributions to the coming yearbook of an approaching school year. Because the Lifetouch system, the program in charge of constructing SkyView Academy's yearbook, is largely a web-based, digital system, Jeremiah believed he could use his talents with computers to become a valuable member of the new team in charge of providing SkyView with its new yearbook. Before joining the yearbook team, Jeremiah possessed some previous experience with similar programs that involved the use of image manipulation and graphical arrangements to create objects such as cards, posters, or even mock magazines. He, along with many other gifted team members, committedly dedicated a lot of time and effort to make a final product that'd many people would be impressed with, all starting with the deciding choice of a theme for which to decide the main yearbook style. Believing memories to be an important aspect in anyone's life, he openly supported the proposed theme of "Echoes of Yesterday." He said "I think we should do Echoes of Yesterday because we must not forget the importance of our past in our current lives," clearly emphasizing his enthusiasm for his role to play in developing the yearbook. That wasn't to say there weren't any hardships throughout the course of time spent in making the yearbook. Conflicted with dissenting opinions among the team, setbacks regarding the deadlines to meet, along with a somewhat faulty yearbook system, everyone faced ordeal after ordeal trying to cope and continue to develop the yearbook in time. However, despite such misgivings, everyone's cooperation and manner by which they covered each other by using their strengths to help each other's weaknesses, as well their teacher, Mrs. Lobdell's essential guidance became some of the primary components in turning up a very satisfactory result of a project. Ultimately, not one of the students could've felt more accomplished with a very impressive outcome of the half-year-long project they worked so hard and dedicatingly on. Having gotten a project done in time, as well as it appearing to be quite impressive in its looks, the yearbook of 2013-2014 was something that everybody undoubtedly took enormous pride in. Now that their roles had been fulfilled, all that could remain was to let time work its magic, and allow their yearbook to serve as a very manifestation of pleasurable memories from SkyView's very first junior year, one through which everybody could look back to and laugh, cry, and relive the special moments they spent so preciously within that one year of their lives.