Yearbook… Not all Fun and Games

Yearbooks

Jenn Ducett

Yearbooks

Jenn Ducett, Director of Jenn stuff

 

As one of the only classes here at Rocky that has a goal of creating a product that caters to the wants and needs of the entire student body, the yearbook is working hard to create an outstanding book to commemorate the 2016-2017 academic year.

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We try really hard to make sure that we highlight every part of the school, not just the ones that are seen with the naked eye”

— Helaina Perkins

“We try really hard to make sure that we highlight every part of the school, not just the ones that are seen with the naked eye,” said Helaina Perkins, junior. Perkins says that it is a privilege to be in the class, although it does take up a lot of hours. They create everything from scratch, every year and it’s all new, including the design, the theme, and the categories.

“It’s a $60,000 project and we have no budget from the school,” said Daniel Ibanez, the yearbook advisor. The product is sold at the end of the year for almost exactly the cost, accounting for the budget for the next year. The only source of profit is the senior pages.

It is classified as an elective class, which, according to Ibanez, is what makes the class very special. “We have a bunch of kids that are signing up for an elective class and it’s all internally motivating,” he said.  The yearbook staff  is dedicated to the students of RMHS, and the yearbook is dedicated to remembering the high school experience.

All seniors make sure to check out the superlatives for this years “most likely to”!

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