Lewis-Palmer yearbook brings home top state win


Jordan Arnold brings home another yearbook award for Lewis-Palmer

Preslee Enget, Ranger Review Reporter

Last year’s 2013 yearbook, received the top 4A state All-Colorado award given by Colorado High School Press Association. On October 9 Lewis-Palmer’s yearbook members of the westwind yearbook and Ranger Review news staffs attended Journalism Day at Colorado State University to learn from professionals in the areas of scholastic journalism: reporting, photo journalism, design, and copy writing.

“It was our privilege to go up in front of all the schools there and receive the reward,” senior, Jordan Arnold, said.

“The goal for our next yearbook is to create a chronological record of the year, which specific is the trend. We also want to be recognized for the hard work that we put into the book. Now that we have been noticed and rewarded, we now know how to keep up the hard work,” Arnold said.

The Lewis-Palmer yearbook staff has won many awards in the past, but this marks the third consecutive top state journalism award they have won.

“I am proud of our yearbook members for putting so much work into last year’s book. They were a hard-working staff,” Arnold said.

Now shooting for the next All-Colorado award, the yearbook staff is currently putting hard work into the 2015 yearbook.

“We are putting a lot of time and effort into trying to make the book the best it can be. Hopefully our hard work will pay off, and we bring home the All-Colorado award again.” Arnold said.