What a semester!
First of all, I would like to thank every single on of you guys for everything. Not just the work that you guys have put your blood, sweat, tears, time and thoughts into for months, but for also being amazing human being who I was blessed to share time with. With our time almost over, I am happy to say that I have made relationships that have impacted my life greatly.
I am proud of every single one of you guys. You have all gone above and beyond what I expected of the perfect team. At times, even though we struggled with some of out tasks, and at times we did fall off of track, we always found us killing the deadlines. You all have made me into a better person. I know how hard you all have worked, and I know that it is not an easy job. It is stressful, and we all have other courses, and things going on in our lives that we have to fight through. The fact that you guys still take time to put in the time to work on the yearbook out of class amazes me.
You are all dedicated hard workers who deserve the world. The page layouts are simply out of this planet. The creativeness and work that is shown on these pages are truly eye catching. The photos that are being taken are probably the best I have ever seen.
For young adults, to work on such a time and emotional consuming project, you guys are the best any editor in chief could possibly ask for. I know I have been away a lot, and I don’t show how much I appreciate the work you guys do much, but from the bottom of my heart, I thank every single one of you guys.
Yssa, Anthony, Michael, Chris, Justin, Tyler, Philip, Ashley, Bernadette, Gian Lucas, Franchesca, Sianna, Mya, Jessica, Debbie, Stephanie, Emilio, Katryna, Michelle, and the odd occasion of Ms.Navas.
This is the best possible team any person could ever ask for. You all have become an important part of my life. Memories have been made that I will never be able to forget. I was able to personally watch each one of you guys spring into the person you have become. None of us is the same person we were when we first stepped into the class.