Turning 100

This year's yearbook is making history.

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Turning 100

On a shelf in the yearbook room, there are books dating back to the 1920s.

On a shelf in the yearbook room, there are books dating back to the 1920s.

Emma Conway

On a shelf in the yearbook room, there are books dating back to the 1920s.

Emma Conway

Emma Conway

On a shelf in the yearbook room, there are books dating back to the 1920s.

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Turning 100 is a big deal. For the last century, the Cannonrama has continued capturing commonalities between the students and staff at CFHS. In celebration, this year’s yearbook staff is going all out. After hearing from some of the editors and the yearbook adviser, Cindy DeRosier, it becomes apparent that everyone (not just the class of 2020) will want to purchase a copy of this highly anticipated book. 

Everyone should buy a yearbook because we all have times where we’d like to reflect and look back on things, even when it’s not the 100th year. Having a yearbook is the perfect way to do that.”

— Lily Park

For the editors and longtime Cannorama advisor, Cindy DeRosier, this book is huge. “I think the 100th edition is special because it shows that we have learned and grown as a school and as a community and that we can celebrate ourselves every year with a product that we are proud of,” DeRosier shared. The class of 2020 definitely lucked out having such a monumental edition their senior year. However, Junior Editor, Lily Park, stressed the importance of all students purchasing a book. She maintains, “Everyone should buy a yearbook because we all have times where we’d like to reflect and look back on things, even when it’s not the 100th year. Having a yearbook is the perfect way to do that.” 

Because the staff has been working tremendously hard, this book’s content and overall message is bound to knock some socks off. Playing upon the past throughout all 128 pages, the book will feature powerful photos and sincere summaries. Even though the editors didn’t want to disclose the theme, Senior Editor, Olivia Johnson, revealed several new elements which will set the 100th book apart: “Some new things (are) definitely the cover and the fact that we, as the editors, wanted everyone to be in the book, so there (are) a lot more pictures.” Keeping the entire student body in mind, the editors also decided to add a middle school section, where sixth, seventh, and eight graders’ sports and events will be more adequately covered. 

Some new things (are) definitely the cover and the fact that we, as the editors, wanted everyone to be in the book, so there (are) a lot more pictures.”

— Olivia Johnson

Even though students in grades 6-12 won’t receive their book until the end of May, there are a few important upcoming dates. January 2 is the last day that seniors can submit their senior photo, and school appropriate quote to DeRosier via email ([email protected]). Optional baby/younger senior photos should be given to DeRosier in the IMC to be scanned. Beyond the seniors, all students will want to order a $65 book before the end February, when prices will dramatically increase. Some may say the price for a copy of the Cannonrama is fairly steep. But, five, ten, 20 years from now, the memories within the 100th edition’s pages will be priceless.