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Yearbooks are here

Derek Warner and Yearbook advisor Mike DeCicco sort yearbooks to get ready for distribution day. Photo by Sara Tate.

As the school year is nearing its end, that means the yearbook is finished and it’s almost time to get yours! After a long year of hard work, the yearbook team is excited to put out the 2021-2022 yearbook. 

The students in the yearbook class put a lot of time and effort into this year’s book and they talk about the distribution days and when kids can expect to get their yearbook.

Chief Editor Dayanara Moreno says, “Typically in prior years it’s always been seniors first and then every other grade on the following Monday. For sure seniors will get theirs on the 27th of May and underclassmen will for sure get theirs on the 31st of May” 

Araya Reed, Design Editor is ready for the craziness to commence. “I think the upcoming distribution is going to be a little hectic and overwhelming, but I think we’ll get through it.”

Yearbook advisor Mike DeCicco reflected on teaching his first yearbook class at Bear River.

“They’ve had really good books here and there are expectations and I think these guys came through, especially Dayanara as the editor,” DeCicco said. “he was a great leader and I think we have a really good book this year.”

Moreno said being Chief Editor was really rewarding it was for her

“I started yearbook three years ago and I joined because Ms. Levinson told me that I could thrive in the yearbook class,” Moreno said. really enjoy writing and as editor-in-chief it was really nice to see my theme play out the way it did.” 

Reed had lots of memorable moments this year.

“My favorite part about yearbook was being able to design everything. I’m a pretty picky person, so I was excited I got to make it how I wanted it to be,” Reed explained.

Reed added, ”I really loved the time we got to smash through piñatas because we finished the yearbook.”

Kirsten Briscoe liked all the work and fun that went into the yearbook.

“I thought it was fun,” Briscoe said. “I enjoyed going in every morning. I liked pulling people out of classes and interviewing them and taking pictures of them.” 

DeCicco thoroughly enjoyed getting to be part of yearbook.

“I really loved watching the enthusiasm they had for each other and the project,” DeCicco esplained. “They worked really hard and it was just this really positive experience.”

The team is more than happy to share the yearbook with Bruins and have plans for distribution days.

Moreno explained their plan. “We’re going in the yearbook room and we’re going to organize every book by alphabetical order and by grade a few weeks before.” Moreno said. “We’re going to start handing them out at lunch”

Tell your friends about the yearbook and don’t forget seniors can get theirs on May 27 and underclassmen on May 31.


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