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Mead deserves yearbook honor

I am responding to the article about Mead High School’s yearbook (‘Mead High School yearbook wins ‘Pulitzer’ of annuals – the Pacemaker national award’).

I am amazed at all the hard work the yearbook staff goes through in order to make sure every single student is included. They work tirelessly and I always see at least one, if not more, yearbook staff students at any school event. These students work so hard to make sure everyone feels that they belong to our high school. From the six schools I’ve been to, none of their yearbooks can compare to that of Mead High School.

In all the effort these dedicated students have, it reflects outwardly and they make our school a better place. I’m thankful to them and the wonderful people they are. They deserve the Pacemaker national award because of their committed team and outstanding work.

Eli Ordaz


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