There are few things that can capture the experiences and memories students and their friends have during the school year. One of these is the yearbook. DHS’ yearbook, The Charger, is always a favorite to students at the end of the year.
Mar. 16-20 marked the final production week for the yearbook staff. During this week, the journalism room can be found with staff members working late hours to complete the yearbook.
“Staying on task is always a challenge,” sophomore Kaylee Wasco said. “Also not everyone is there the whole time so if you need a managing editor is can be hard to coordinate. Also staying on task can be difficult because we have a lot of fun.”
One of the things students look forward to is seeing what the theme of the yearbook is each year. Last year, the yearbook went with the title “DHS Defined” across the cover. This book was organized in alphabetical order and opened with the idea of defining excellence.
By Lucas Shelton