Lincoln-Way North Hosts Special Ceremony to Unveil Yearbook
Friday, May 22, 2015

Lincoln-Way North High School this week hosted a special ceremony to unveil the schools seventh annual yearbook.

The theme to this years Paragon yearbook was limitless because it signifies how much students have grown together academically and socially as well as the students unlimited opportunities for success.

The yearbook students are some of the hardest working students in our building and they are also some of the kindest and funniest, said Kathryn Quas, yearbook advisor. Laughter is an important element to maintain in yearbook, when deadlines and hard work can be stressful.

I enjoyed working with this class and our finished product shows how much positive energy went into creating this years book, said Quas.

This was my first year as a part of the yearbook crew and I enjoyed every second of it, said Rachel Cheval. The colors are so vibrant and very appealing to the eyes. My favorite part about being on the yearbook staff is that we all made choices for each of our spreads and ultimately got to decide how the yearbook turned out.

I joined yearbook for the design aspect, and creating something with my name on it to contribute to the history of my school sounded great said student Olivia Lee who plans to major in Graphic Design at Carthage College in Wisconsin.

The yearbook staff includes Jack Alvarez and Emily Cheshire as managing editors; Val Cheshire, Molly Kilbride, Olivia Lee, Killeen Murphy, Symone Neely, and Jennie Valdez as Staff Writers; Rachel Cheval and Ailish Murphy as Design Editors; Sara Hennessy as Copy Editor; and Rachel Robertson as photo editor. Madison Brown and Natalie Makhamre graduated early and were also part of the yearbook team.