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Editorial Team

Morgan Parisse,
Co Editor-in-Chief

"I'm excited to be editor-in-chief and lead a team that is award winning. I have wanted to be in this position since I saw my freshmen year editor-in-chief Nora, do the job. I can't wait to see what this team creates! My favorite thing about yearbook is the community and how we are family."

Jack Bunch,
Co Editor-in-Chief

"The most valuable thing I've learned from yearbook is time managment. It's important to balance productivity and fun in yearbook enviornment. This year, I'm excited to help lead the team and teach new students how to create something they're proud of."

Diego Vargas,
Senior Photo Editor

"My favorite thing about yearbook is the experience we all get. Everyone gets to learn how to use a camera, how to design a spread, and gets hand on experience with professional programs. I am so excited for all the events we are going to cover in our yearbook."

William Shen,
Senior Copy Editor

"Honestly, my favorite thing about yearbook is working with people, I think. Sounds kind of strange, coming from me, but I've met a lot of people through yearbook, or gotten to know them more closely."

Ian Gilmore,
Sports & Clubs Editor

"My favorite part of yearbook is the community. To me it's very different from most other groups in that age or grade really don't matter. That as well as a good balance of productivity and fun makes it somewhat unique in my mind."

Violet Vance,
Photo Editor

"My favorite thing about yearbook is that I get to meet new people and learn from new perspectives. Yearbook isn't like a traditional academic class; we get to learn new things but in fun, collaborative ways while growing bonds with one another and collectively working toward the goal of creating something really important for our school community!"

Ana Dowbusz,
Coverage Editor & Director of Fun

"The most valuable thing I've learned is how to improve my photography. I started yearbook thinking I was already a good photographer but there's so much I've learned and have yet to learn. I think it's valuable to be around other photographers and artists because I see a different point of view and get new tips!"

Sierra Jewell,
Social Media & Sports Editor

"The most valuable thing that I've learned from yearbook is understanding that everyone has a story, and it truly is an honor to be given the tools and abilities to tell the stories of your very own friends and students at DP."

Itzel Cruz Meza,
Co Business Manager

"My favorite thing about yearbook is knowing that the whole team gets to make something special together to share with our school community. The most valuable thing I've learned from yearbook is that we can achieve our common goals through teamwork, persistence, and dedication while also having fun."

Asher Tucknott,
Co Business Manager

"The most valuable thing that I have learned from yearbook is how to open up more to people and make new friends. The things I'm most excited for this upcoming year in yearbook is getting to go to sports games and taking photos."

Amelia Vander May,
Design Editor

"My favorite thing about yearbook is being in an enviornment where i can develop my leadership and journalism skills while having fun with friends. This year I'm most excited to try something new and different with our book, as well as meeting our new staff members and moving into the new media building."

Sienna Valentine,
Co Copy Editor

"The most valuable thing I've learned in yearbook is how to communicate with peers and adults in a professional setting. It's a good life skill to have so I'm glad I was able to learn that this year. My favorite thing about yearbook is getting to have working on the book while learning so many valuable life skills."

Brigid Finney,
Co Copy Editor

"The most valuable thing I have learned from yearbook is how to use the various formats of media. I have gotten familiar with a camera, learned a new genre of writing, and I will never be able to look at designs the same way. No matter if I am persuing a career in media or not, I will always be able to use these skills which will help in the future."

Gracie Weinbender,
Co Business Manager

"Yearbook has taught me so many valuable things, including communication skills and has been a great way to be more involved. This year in yearbook I'm so excited to take on a new responsibility as an editor and see our new book come to life."

Staff

Ameya Apte (9)

"I am most excited for creating the spreads."

Reagan Arnold (10)

"I am most excited just to get to meet new people and cover all the amazing stuff happening around our school."

Ben Casselman (9)

"I'm most excited for getting to create a finished yearbook that we have been working on all together."

Kassey Chacon (9)

"I am most excited for seeing the outcome of the book."

Kennedy Cross (10)

"I'm most excited for writing."

Natalie Demboski (10)

"I'm most excited for seeing finished spreads."

Ariana Diaz (10)

"I'm most excited for learning how to take good pictures and meeting new people."

Juliett Hernandez Mayo (9)

"I'm most excited that I get to experience something new."

Rama Kadi (11)

"I'm most excited for creating connections with people, taking photos and actually working on the yearbook."

Emily Kelley (11)

"I am most excited for improving in photography and documenting the school year with my friends."

Celia Louis (9)

"I am most excited for getting to talk to people."

David Magana (9)

"I am most excited for all the pictures."

Gus Miller (10)

"I'm most excited for taking pictures!"

Mariel Moreno Lopez (9)

"I'm excited to be in something amazing this year."

Charlize Newell (9)

"I'm most excited for seeing the yearbook come together."

Davis Osborne

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Ethan Perez (11)

"I am most excited to design pages in the book."

Noah Perez (11)

"I'm most excited for the opportunity for journalistic photography."

Carly Ridenour

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Abby Rivas (10)

"I am most excited for making and completing the yearbook."

Ava Valdez (9)

"I'm excited about meeting new people and being apart of something."

Eva Vigil Garcia (10)

"I'm most excited for meeting new people."

Owen Wood (9)

"I'm most excited to work with new people for a common goal and make new friends along the way!"