Students have been busy signing each other’s directories since their release on May 14, but the Metea Valley directory staff are still working hard on the senior supplement, which will be sent to seniors over the course of the year. ‘summer.
In order for the directory to be published before school leaves, directory staff must complete their coverage before spring break. In order to capture the events of the senior season, the directory staff creates a senior supplement.
“[The supplement] will include graduation, prom, some senior brunches, senior superlatives and senior assassins, âsaid editor Ellie Cast. It will also include a music page for all students that includes bands that were not in the original yearbook pages, and a senior page with photos of seniors who were not in the original yearbook.
The supplement comes at the end of a full year of capturing memories from school.
âWe’re actually starting to cover and put things in the book like from mid-September to the end of September, and we’re submitting it in mid-March,â editor-in-chief Gabby Morin said.
This year, the theme of the Yearbook was Enlightenment, which was created to honor the tenth year of opening the school.
Some sections of the directory are more difficult to cover than others. For sports like Rugby and Ultimate Frisbee, which are not just at Metea, it is difficult for staff to go out and cover these sports. It takes them longer to create these pages and more staff have to work on them. Because of some of the events that took place later in the year, the directory staff did not have enough time to add many pages on these events.
Directory staff bonded quickly as they logged in during the directory creation. “We are all like one family, we are all here to encourage each other,” said Madi Satinover, editor and public affairs member.
Students can still buy the directory. If a student wishes to join the class, they can contact Directory Advisor Kristen DiGiorgio-Kadich.