Supply and demand

Lorre-Kaye Leslie

Preparing the newly arrived yearbooks for distribution, senior Gabrielle McKessey removes an adhesive strip in order to place the spring supplement in the book. “Being done with book feels wonderful,” yearbook editor Kaylee Willner said. “We’ve put so much effort into the book all year and it’s a relief that it’s finally done. I can’t wait for people to see the book because I think they’ll enjoy seeing what we’ve done with it when they look back on the year.” Yearbooks will be distributed to seniors today during seventh period and will be available for all other students on Wednesday during power hour. The books will sell for $75 and students will have the option to buy additional signing pages and protective sleeves, each costing $2.