After Months of Hard Work, the 2023 Yearbook is Completed


Sara Badalamente

Lakshya Jaiganesh, Ellise Baidel, Yuri KIm, and other members of the yearbook team prepare to submit the 2023 yearbook.

Annabella Mi, News Editor

Students might’ve seen kids holding phones in school and ask them to strike a pose or ask what makes them unique, and when they inquire what it’s for, they say: “The yearbook.” On March 13. this memorable book holding 80 pages that will carry readers  through Clague’s highlights of the school year was completed.

But behind the pages of the yearbook, is a driven team who worked diligently from the start of school to grueling months of creating and arranging spreads to capture the school year.

We’ve worked really hard since the beginning of the year,” Lakshya Jaiganesh, the Editor-in-Chief of the yearbook, expressed, “taking pictures, writing captions, and designing the yearbook.”

In addition to the team is the adviser, Sara-Beth Badalamente, who directed the yearbook club to where it is now. Badalamente advises yearbook and newspaper at Huron High School since joining in 2015 and has been a part of the Clague team for four years.

“This years group was really unique because when the current eighth graders started working together it was during the pandemic year and they have grown so much,” Badalamente commented, “and I couldn’t be prouder of them.”

The yearbook has always been a special book that students can read through, it has also been a special process for the members of the yearbook.

“I really enjoyed making the yearbook this year, and I’m sort of sad that we finished,” Jaiganesh added, “but also excited to see all of our work in a physical copy. I hope everyone will enjoy the content in the yearbook, just like I did.”

Yearbooks can still be pre-ordered by heading to