Yearbook newest theme, kept secret

YEARBOOK CLUB MEMBERS and sophomores Adeline Simpson, Phillip Cheng, and Elle Vanoverbeghe work on their pages during a yearbook club meeting. The club meets every Tuesday and Thursday in room 120. (courtesy of Sophia Shupert)

CHS yearbook club welcomed a new sponsor this year math teacher Dr. Fratrik who has taken on her new role without hesitation, much organization, and a renewed sense of Falcon tradition. Fratrik follows in the footsteps of Mr. Graninger who sponsored the yearbook for the past few years.

Yearbook club decided to keep the Falcon “Talon” yearbook theme a secret this year, dropping hints periodically through a variety of events; certainly a twist from years’ past.

“I think we’re going to release the theme in the new year. I’m super excited about this year’s theme [and] I hope the school will be as excited with the theme as we are,” Fratrik said.

The club recently finished working on the fall spread, a portion that includes fall sports, various activities and clubs.  They have now moved into the winter spread.

According to Shupert, this year has been really fun working, interacting with everyone, and she is so excited to see the finished product at the end of the year.

Yearbook club is always looking for new members to help out, so any students interested in joining can talk to Fratrick on room 120 or in the math office located next door.