November 4, 2021

Yearbook Staff Hard at Work

The yearbook staff is almost done with their first set of page spreads. This week they completed the second round of edits, and the final copy is due next Tuesday. Each staff member is now well-versed in the basics of Adobe InDesign and they are honing their interview, writing and design skills. The staff of 15 is working hard to make a yearbook that everyone will love. Using their talents and skills is just One Small Gesture the yearbook staff makes to document and preserve the history of CCS in book form for students to enjoy in years to come.

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