Yearbooks are here

Students see buying a yearbook as an investment in memories

Yearbooks are here

It’s about that time of year again when students get excited about the upcoming summer, but even more excited about all the memories that have been made this year.

That’s right, it’s time to talk about our school yearbook.

Many students don’t buy yearbooks because they feel that their pictures won’t make it into the book and they have low expectations.

Student Makel Simmons thinks this yearbook will be special, even though he doesn’t plan to spend the $60 for one.

“I think it’s going to be good,” Simmons said. “I liked all the other ones.”

On the other hand, Taylor Bausserman feels bittersweet about the book.

“The past yearbooks have been filled with pictures of the same people over and over,” she said. “I would like to see some variety.”

The Yearbook Committee would like everyone to know that there will be new features in this year’s yearbook,  including signatures from seniors at Cross Creek and pictures that students sent in from the snow days when we were out of school for a few days in February.

There will be a yearbook signing party Friday, May 9, for those who have purchased yearbooks. It will take place during seventh period.

Yearbooks can still be purchased through members of the yearbook committee or from Ms. Ward on the 500 Hall.