Vernois Yearbook Announces 2019 Theme

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Vernois Yearbook Announces 2019 Theme

Olivia Downen, WP Student

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Over the summer, Mr. Jamey VanZandt , Vernois Advisor , Kenzie King, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief , ‘20, along with Kassidy Olsen, ‘20, and Kaylee Lemons, ‘21, chose the MV 2019 yearbook theme, “We Bleed Orange and Black.”

What can MV expect from the book?

“It’s going to be Ram Pride based and portray just what it means to be an MVTHS student,” states King.

VanZandt and King were at yearbook camp when they originally  came  up with the idea.

“[VanZandt] showed me the design he had and what he envisioned and I fell in love with the idea,” stated King.

On the back, MV’s mascot, the ram, jumps for action.

“It’s so unique, I’ve never seen a book that has so much detail on the back of the cover,” said King.

MV’s school colors, orange and black, cover the entirety of the book.

“There is tons of orange and black, we’re really trying to pep up school spirit with this theme,” said Grant Smith, Chief of Photography, ‘20.

“Our school takes a lot of pride in its color’s, we hear it in the cheers at games and we see it all over town– on posters and clothing,” said Emily Sinnett, ‘20,  Ad Design Manager.

In the 80’s, there were yearbook themes such as  “To be #1” and “Fast times” , which included a lot of orange and black.

Mr. VanZandt, stated, “it’s almost a throwback to the 80’s and 90’s themes.”

The 2019 yearbook will be filled with pictures from the 2018—2019 school year.

“I really want to bring photography into enforcing school spirit,” said Smith.

The yearbook staff includes people with all kinds of talents.

“I helped lay out ideas with Kenzie to decide what the best theme would be to show the school and the people who MV is,” said Victoria McGrath, People Pages Editor, ‘20.

If you want to join the yearbook staff, you can contact Kenzie King at [email protected] for more information.

“Please reach out to us, we’d love to have you. Just contact me and we can work something out,” stated King.