Remembering the YearSunday, July 29, 2012 By Brittany Hamer
Teens love getting their yearbooks, which allow them to look back at the past year of school and remember. “I think that yearbooks are for remembering people from high school when you are like eighty years old, “says Brittany Zimmerman. The yearbooks show everything from the start of school to the end of it. The whole year is summed up in one book that everyone can keep and show to their kids and grandkids. At Arrowhead high school they get their books in August. “I wish we got our yearbooks at the end of the year instead of the beginning of the next year,” says Emily Lentz. In order to have pictures from everything throughout the year the yearbook committee asks people to send in picture with names. The committee then goes and assembles the pictures into pages and does boarders for all of the school picture pages. They also include the team pictures for sports and a staff picture. “I don’t like how they come in August, but I understand that in order to get all the spring events and sports printed in it, they need the extra time to make all the copies,” says Hailey Jett.