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Tiffany Teubert (12), Addison Fortin (12), and Mae Novakoski (12) are three members of the senior class at Marian Central. Tiffany and Addie are members of the girls’ soccer team at Marian.  Both were two of the sophomores on the state runner-up soccer team in 2016. They are current senior leaders for the team as they try to get to state once again. Mae has been a successful player on the volleyball team and was pulled up to varsity as a sophomore when the Hurricanes won it all.  She has been a senior captain for the girls’ team this past season. All three of these ladies work hard in their sports, but they also work hard in another classroom, Publications, as they strive to create a strong yearbook and newspaper at Marian.

Publications is a class where students work on the yearbook and write articles to cover school events. The class had a 26 member staff last year; however, after graduating so many seniors, the current class is comprised of 10 students. Tiffany, Addie, and Mae are all a part of a small staff that keeps the ship moving, and they do a great job as first-year members of the course.

Tiffany Teubert enjoys many aspects of the Publications course,” I joined Publications because my older sister had been in the class, and she really loved it. I also thought it would be fun to take pictures and find out more about what other clubs and sports at Marian are all about.” Tiffany’s favorite part was the yearbook.  Every staff member has their own page, and each student is given a chance to make their own spread. She also enjoyed writing articles because it made her writing better. Tiffany has only been in the class for one year, but she has made a lot of memories, “The class Christmas party was my favorite memory. All the food and presents served as a nice break from all of the hard work.” In the end, Tiffany will miss several things about the course,”I’m going to miss being able to jump from clubs or sports taking pictures and getting quotes. I will also miss Mrs. Wildham and Miss Gallagher who taught me so much throughout the year, and they always there for a good giggle.” Not only did the teachers make Tiffany laugh, but she did the same for them.

Next is Addie Fortin who joined Publications for a similar reason that her classmate Tiffany joined. Addie said,” I joined Publications because my older sister Kailin was in it, and she told me how much of a fun class it was. I also wanted to be involved in the yearbook to take pictures.” Addie enjoys the yearbook over the newspaper because she can use the pictures that she takes to create a page for the whole school can see. Addie said, out of all the memories, her she had a favorite, ”My favorite memory from this class was the summer yearbook camp that we had before school where we took a bunch of pictures of ourselves and each other.” Addie is not planning on taking a future publication class in college, but she said she will miss sitting around in a class where everyone gets along and is able to have fun while creating something the entire school will soon enjoy.

Lastly is Mae Novakoski. Mae joined Publications because she has always loved writing, and one of her favorite things is being the creative eye behind a photo. She thought nothing would be better than having the opportunity to do two things that she is really passionate about for a class.  Mae definitely had a favorite part of the class, ”My favorite part of the class would have to be yearbook because I love being able to take credit for all the super fun pictures in the yearbook on the pages I was assigned. The thought of looking back at my senior yearbook and knowing that I was a part of the whole process is really special.” Her favorite class memory was the class Christmas party, ”It was fun to celebrate our success with the yearbook and participating in a gift exchange with one another.” While in college, Mae will not continue a publications-type class, but she would like to join a writing club. Mae said she will miss the class overall,”I will miss most is the fact that Publications never felt like all my other everyday classes. Pubs never felt like work; we all love what we do and Ms. Gallagher and Mrs. Widhalm never failed at making each one of us laugh and enjoy our work.”

With a small staff, each of the staff members completed five spreads with a total of ten pages. While Tiffany, Addie, and Mae will all be going to college for a variety of majors, the impact of their hard work will not be forgotten and can be seen for years to come as a legacy of Marian Central.

 

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