Yearbook aims to generate a different reaction


Grace Farley

Senior web editor Rosie Colacino works on a poster advertising Echowan distribution day during her fifth hour class. Distribution day will be May 30 and 31 outside the auditorium. recipients must present student identification or a receipt.

While overseeing staffers make final preparations for the upcoming yearbook release, senior editor-in-chief Rafferty Kugler said she feels proud of how much the Echowan staff has come together.

“(I enjoyed) watching our staff progress and develop their skills with writing or taking photos and becoming more independent,” Kugler said.

The yearbook will be released May 30 and 31, making it the 90th edition at Park.

Sophomore Jacob Brown said he hopes it creates an impact for students.

“(The book) is something that everyone can look back on for years to come. The yearbook is for everybody,” Brown said.

According to adviser Julianne Herbert, she feels rewarded by how students started from nothing to create a yearbook.

“They have really come together as a group and have figured out their strengths and weaknesses,” Herbert said.

Kugler said she is excited to see the students’ reactions of the final product.

“This yearbook is a lot different from other yearbooks, so I am really excited for everyone to see. I feel that this yearbook represents our school really well,” Kugler said.