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G-R Yearbook By: Shawn Dugan

September 27, 2013
Northern-Sun Print
I interviewed Mr. McQuillen, the yearbook/business teacher, at Gladbrook-Reinbeck High School. He was “very, very happy with how the yearbook turned out last year, and the fact that the students made it all happen.” The yearbook class schedule had to change this year. There are a select few students that McQuillen asked to help out in the fall and winter since there will not be yearbook classes the first two trimesters. The schedule had to cut back on when the yearbook class was offered because of the changes in his duties as a teacher here at GRHS. McQuillen is now only in the high school building for three hours a day because he has to help with technology at the middle school. He enjoys be in charge of the yearbook though it “can be stressful at times.” “With the right group of kids and hard work,” he said, “ they will be able to finish the 90 page book in one trimester.” The yearbook will no longer be selling ads. Instead it came up with a new fundraiser to do. McQuillen says has been “pretty successful so far this year but we will see how it turns out.”
 
 

 

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