By Ashley Han
Many eager seniors gathered to the south gym to receive their last high school yearbook. After waiting in long lines, students sat and stood in circles to flip through the yearbook together.
Senior Darryl Leung is excited to finally see all the senior portraits and get signatures from her friends and classmates.
“If you look back at [the yearbook] fifty years from now, you’re going to remember [the signatures], and that’s probably the only thing you’re going to remember about these people,” Leung said.
Not only were seniors pleased with the yearbook, but students working on the yearbook were relieved and satisfied with the outcome.
“I think just working as a team to get things done is really good because sometimes we were pressed for time and deadlines, but in the end we got it together and that was really good,” senior Maya Lindeman said.
According to Lindeman, the theme of this year’s yearbook is “more focused on the unlimited potential that a person has [while] the past themes were more as a group.”
This yearbook was different from the past because yearbook students had to work with about 22 students, the smallest class they have ever had.
“We kind of just pulled it together; everybody had three or four spreads going at one time. I think it turned out pretty well,” junior Megan Ewens said.