Yearbook class to focus on alternative storytelling, coverage strategy

Robert Moore, Reporter

Alternative story telling and coverage are this afternoon’s yearbook class’s high points.

“There are a lot of different ways to tell a story, so wee want students to fidn a way that will best tell a story, cover the most students, and layer a story to show a new viewpoint,” said Newspaper Instructor Sarah Nichols.

Yearbook Instructor Sarah Nichols gives the keynote presentation on the morning of June 22nd. The 22nd marks the second day of the 2015 MediaNow Camp. Photo by Robert Moore.
Future writing, a style nopt usually used in most yearbooks, and Question and Answer will also be covered and discussed.

“What they’re saying is that i need to try to fidn wats to get the students interested in the yearbook,” said student Bailey Glass.