Snap Over to Yearbook
May 16, 2012
Our 2011-2012 yearbook staff has worked diligently at giving us the best yearbook that they possibly can. With Lisa Smith as editor-in-charge and Cara Scott, assistant editor, yearbook is being run smoothly.
Yearbooks are a great investment to have memories of every high school year. Especially since Milton High School is such a memorable school. You can still purchase a year book in Mrs. Briggs’ room for $80 while she still has extras!
We asked Mrs. Briggs, yearbook sponsor about this past year and what’s to come next year.
Panther Print: Who is your most valuable staffer?
Leslie Briggs: Without a doubt, Lisa Smith, editor-in-charge. She developed the theme, assigned deadlines, and monitored everything.
PP: Most memorable moment?
LB: I always love the shenanigans on parent nights. My desk was overtaken with dinosaurs and little green Army men.
PP: Most difficult task?
LB: Getting everyone motivated to not procrastinate.
PP: Most experienced staffer?
LB: Lisa Smith, and Mari Kyle have both been on the staff for three years.
PP: Things that will be different next year?
LB: I am creating a new position for a student to monitor name spellings, proofing, and page progress.
PP: How do you feel this year turned out?
LB: Overall, I believe the third time is a charm. The book may not be perfect, but it is one that is “tight”! The overall effect is strong, and we are so proud of it.
PP: Anything you want to say about your staff?
LB: I love this group of talented, witty, charming peeps, with surprising abilities to shock and amaze me.
Thank you, Mrs. Briggs!