Yearbooks arrive just in time for seniors’ last day of school


Kate Lende

Julie Waldron, Gabe Holmes and Robert Durgan gather around the newly released yearbook during the senior BBQ on June 3.

Kate Lende, Advisor

The 2022 yearbook, “Keeping up with the Rangers,” was delivered just as seniors completed graduation practice on June 3.  Advisor Kate Lende rushed to distribute yearbooks to seniors at the BBQ in the courtyard before the class of 2022 scattered to the winds.  This year’s book arrived later than normal due to production delays at the Walsworth yearbook plant, but students seemed to agree that it was worth the wait.  “It’s very well laid-out and the pictures really capture what it’s like being in our school,” said junior Anna Gasparakis.  All 160 copies of the yearbook sold out this year, Lende said.  “Next year, be sure to reserve your copy early so you don’t miss out!” she said.

Senior Connor Younker signs a friend’s yearbook during the senior BBQ June 3. (Kate Lende)
Kinley Hoeme and Elizabeth Wellbrook look over their yearbooks during the senior BBQ in the courtyard, June 3. (Kate Lende)