Yearbook Club goes to Valparaiso University

Matthew Odegaard , Staff writer

On Oct. 5 the Bishop Noll yearbook club went to Valparaiso University for a field trip to work. They worked on the theme and design of the book there.

The club was able to meet with graphic designers and try to piece together what they hope is a masterpiece. Jennifer Floreck, head of the yearbook club said
Each year, [the yearbook] then has a different theme – “they are working on one for this year and we will announce it as soon as we have it finalized,.” said Mrs. Jennifer Florek, sponsor for the yearbook club.
Bishop Noll’s yearbook, The Marquette, dates back to the first yearbook Catholic Central had in 1935.

This year, the yearbook club has 15 students.
“ People should join the yearbook club because it’s really fun and you get to meet more people,” said senior Jackie Garcia.. “You also become better at taking pictures.”
The club meets on certain Mondays and those dates are posted in the Google Classroom (Code down below). Garcia also said if students have any pictures to send them to her to be featured in the yearbook.

Florek plans on having another field trip soon.
“ I hope to go to another one soon but it all depends on COVID,.” Garcia said.