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The Fall Delivery

The last four years of yearbooks.

The last four years of yearbooks.

Onyx Carroll

The last four years of yearbooks.

Onyx Carroll

Onyx Carroll

The last four years of yearbooks.

Onyx Carroll, Contributor

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Some say that prom is the best night of a student’s life. Students spend the day getting ready. They make dinner reservations, come up with creative ways to arrive at prom and, of course, they take pictures.

Prom, like many other spring activities, is something that students want to remember. However, if the yearbook had nothing from the spring. There would be no pictures to document this magical night.

The problem is, what needs to happen and what people want to happen can conflict. Students and parents are accustomed to the tradition of receiving their yearbook in May.

Sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in tradition. Tradition can be a good thing and sometimes it’s a tradition for a reason. Tradition can a good and a bad thing and in this case it’s bad. The yearbook coming out in the spring without all of the spring sports and events would cause the yearbook to not be the best it can be.

The yearbook being released in the spring, like most want, won’t help the yearbook students learn what they need to know. Mainly because they would have to have it all finished by March. Having a fall delivery surprisingly helps the yearbook students out. Having it come out in the fall actually helps them learn more about the yearbook class and what to do. Although there would still be a class they just wouldn’t have as much work to do in the spring and there wouldn’t be as much time in the fall to teach skills. They would be rushing to meet deadlines.

Additionally, without spring activities and events, the yearbook would be missing a large chunk of the school year. The yearbook wouldn’t even be the yearbook if it didn’t have anything from the spring. There would be a huge chunk ultimately missing from the yearbook, which would be very disappointing for everyone.

A fall delivery book is the best way to ensure that all students and activities are fully represented and documented.

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One Response to “The Fall Delivery”

  1. Michelle Armstrong on December 5th, 2018 8:40 am

    I love this article! You make some very good points–I like having a “complete” yearbook!!

    I love that you want to be an English teacher, too! I now know who to call on when a student needs a paper peer edited:)

    Keep up the great writing!! Super proud of you!

    Come by the JSC–I have a Buzz Buck for you:)
    Mrs. Armstrong

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