Yearbook staff submits first deadline tonight


EJ Boersma

GATHER ROUND Working with the yearbook staff, Ms. Sarah-Anne Lanman, publications adviser, teaches InDesign features to better their skills.

Reena Alsakaji

Gathered in room N155, the Paragon staff works on concluding their first official deadline for the yearbook, Oct.11. The first deadline involves the general foundation of the book—headline colors, the People section and the overall theme. This 2021-2022 yearbook will involve a time-related theme, integrating different timestamps to represent key events throughout the year. Though this year has posed some challenges for the staff, such as training a large number of new staffers, the Paragon community has gotten closer with the entire staff in the journalism lab. 

“It’s definitely been the biggest thing I’ve done in high school,” Riley Ramirez, senior and editor-in-chief, said. “And the best decision I’ve ever made in high school. I wouldn’t be who I am without being on staff and Ms. Lanman in my life and just everyone on (staff)—all people we’ve met.”