Yes. There’s Only Fifty Yearbooks Left

Yearbooks are running out fast and now is your chance to get one.


Lola Howard, Staffer

A lot of things happened this year, so remember them. “It’s a really good way to look back at what happened and everyone likes to see themselves in the yearbook and see the pictures that we got,” senior editor Emily Wise said.

The yearbook has a new theme of Yes All That, “we choose the theme Yes All That because we really wanted to focus on all the changes that are happening Smoky this year,” “We acknowledged that a lot of people were mad about the resource centers, we focused on that but we didn’t say it in a negative light but more like this is the situation and were handling it.”  Wise said.

“Yearbook is a lot different for me than most of the student body, my reason for buying a yearbook is that I personally put so much work into it and I see the yearbook as a themed project not oh my gosh that’s my class picture.”


Yearbooks are now $80 and are available at bookkeeping. If you have any questions about the publication, talk to the Editor and Chief Wise or Mrs. Carrie Faust the yearbook advisor in room 219.