Yearbook staff back in class

Charlize Ucciferri – Mustangs Ahead

Members of the 2020-21 LRHS Student Government Association (SGA) distributed yearbooks last year

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – A class again this year, the LRHS yearbook staff is starting to work on the 2021-2022 yearbook.

Due to COVID-19, last year’s yearbook was a produced by a volunteer student club rather than a credited class.

Yearbook staff member junior Kaitlyn Case said, “Yearbook being a club made making the yearbook extremely difficult because not everyone had the same free time to meet as a group. However, with yearbook being a class this school year, designing the yearbook will be much easier because we will all be able to collaborate together.”

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Some Mustangs on staff have been participating in yearbook production since middle school.

Junior Eden Gibbs said, “I’m so glad to be a part of the yearbook staff. I have been taking yearbook since eight grade and I love being able to document the school year and taking pictures of my classmates.”

There is no set date or price for this schools year’s yearbook, but students should expect the price to be around $75.