At first the question: what is a yearbook?
A yearbook reports on lots of events at school happening during a single school year. It sums up school routine, highlights of sport, competitions, cultural events, and students' travels. Everything is documented, whether the "Chaostag", the last school day of the school leavers, new or retired teachers. Our school's yearbook is published once a year, usually at the beginning of the new school year.
The year book is thought to be an interesting possibility for students, teachers, families and all the others to look back on the past and remember school life.
The yearbook has been published since 1994.The editorial team is led by Mrs. Pannike and Mrs. Schade. The editorial staff consisting of students is responsible for writing the articles, collecting numerous photos and the arrangement of the yearbook from the beginning. Each student, who's interested, is able to join in.
The ediorial staff of the year 2007/2008 consists of Mrs. Pannike, [...]. We receive further support by some freelancers and talented students, who enrich our yearbook by impressive drawings.
Editorial meetings take place by agreement. Of course they happen more often at the end of the school year than at the beginning. At the end of a stressful school year and after the delivery of the new yearbook's rough draft there is a party at the printing office.