Today, we received our shipment of yearbooks! I have had the chance to go through it and I must say, I am REALLY proud of my team! Despite being only four members strong (with a few special guests who helped along the way), my team worked tirelessly to produce a phenomenal 120 page, full colour yearbook!
This year's theme was "Passport to Pius" and our focus was on all things journey related.
My journey as yearbook advisor ends this year, as I pass the torch to my colleague. It has been a memorable 4 years and I thank all of the dedicated students I have worked with along the way. I am proud of the four books we created together and I hope that all of the students who have purchased them will look back fondly and remember their years within these walls.
"A yearbook is...
a keepsake, a jewel,
the treasure trove of youth.
It transends distance and time,
dollars and dimes,
pride and duty
to a place where young lives began.
Burid in the future
is a discovery of your past;
a time when photographs and stories
A yearbook is ...
a heartbeat, a pulse,
the rhythm of our school.
It captures every giggle and sigh,
gasp and cry,
unties athletes and scholars,
leaders and followers
in a way that nothing else can.
Its body is your life
and the voice of the school,
its breath the moments frozen in time.
A yearbook is ...
an anchor, a link, the tie between the present and past.
It records people and places, names and faces, facts, notes, messages and quotes,
drawing a map of the places you've been.
Though life's course may change,
your history remains
and forever travels with you."
Who am I?
Hi! I'm Megan. 21st century learner and teacher. I am passionate about DI, assessment, student success and #edtech. My blog is where I share what is happening in my classes, my professional learning and sometimes things that are on the outer circle of education. Comments always welcome!