Cedar Island Public High School 2019-20 Yearbook

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Cedar Island Public High School 2019-20 Yearbook

“Where knowledge takes root.”


Autographs


Yearbook Staff: Executive Editor: Zaira Yumiko Director of Photography: Eve Mitchell Staff Writers: Maja Larson CĂŠcile Rey-Noelle Ramona Parkington Staff Photographers: Riley Jude Murphy Mackenzie Joyce Graphic Designers: Violet Montello Claudia Kishi Yearbook Advisor: Mrs. Shannon Fisher


A Note from the Editor: This year has been a special one for all of us—not just for myself and my fellow seniors, but for every member of the Cedar Island High student body, and for everyone in the community that surrounds our beloved school. We have grown and reached new heights in all areas of academics and athletics, from earning the title of district champions in football to achieving some of the highest test scores in Cedar High history. I know that every member of this class, and the classes that follow, will go on to achieve great things. Each time I walk down the hall and see beautiful murals painted by our art students and hear wonderful music coming from the band room, I’m reminded of how lucky we are to have a community that supports our learning and continued successes in all realms. So, to my fellow seniors, all Cedar High students, and everyone who calls Cedar Island home— Go Foxes! -Zaira Yumiko Executive Editor


SENIORS

Marlee Ellis

Rosanna Fisher

Eve Mitchell

Piper Merriman

Kirsten Larson

Madelyn Montello

Maja Larson

Violet Montello

Congrats to our fantastic senior class! We are so proud of you!

Jayne Thomas

Zaira Yumiko


Marlee Evanna Grace Ellis “How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment without starting to improve the world.” -Anne Frank Voted “Most likely to quietly take over the world” by the senior class. Graduating with Honors Visual Arts Department Award Marching Band Member (Tenor Saxophone, Student Leadership Team) Concert Band Member (Clarinet) Jazz Band Member (Tenor Saxophone) Art Club Founding Member GSA Member Next year, Marlee will attend college to study elementary education.


Rosanna Maeve Fisher “In the end, we’ll all become stories.” -Margaret Atwood Voted “Most likely to win a Pulitzer Prize” by the senior class. Graduating with Honors English Department Award Marching Band Member (Flute) Concert Band Member (Flute) Next year, Rosanna will attend college to study English literature.


Kirsten Sari Larson “When the final bell rings, I might actually miss this place.” Voted “Most likely to be found studying in the library” by the senior class. Class Salutatorian Graduating with Honors Science Department Award Swim Team Captain Science Olympiad Team Member Next year, Kirsten will attend college to study marine biology.


Maja Florence Larson “Life is too short to be angry at one’s sisters.” -Jo March Voted “Most likely to become internet famous” by the senior class. Graduating with Honors History Department Award GSA President Yearbook Staff Writer Art Club Member Next year, Maja will attend college to study history.


Eve Amelia Mitchell “All it takes is faith and trust.” -Peter Pan Voted “Most likely to travel the world” by the senior class. Graduating with Honors Instrumental Music Department Award Yearbook Director of Photography Marching Band Member (Drumline, Student Leadership Team) Concert Band Member (Percussion) Jazz Band Member (Piano) Film Club Member Art Club Member GSA Member Next year, Eve will take a gap year and plans to attend college the following year to study fine art with a focus in photography.


Piper Jane Merriman “was released from her four year sentence.” Voted “Most friendly” by the senior class. Graduating with Honors Athletic Department Award Soccer Team Member Football Team Member Next year, Piper will play college football. She is currently undecided as to her major.


Madelyn Hailey Montello “I didn’t choose the twin life…” Voted “Most likely to invent the next iPhone” by the senior class. Class Valedictorian Graduating with Honors Technology Department Award Cheer Team Captain GSA Vice President Next year, Madelyn will attend college to study computer science.


Violet Sophia Montello “…the twin life chose me!” Voted “Most likely to be late to graduation” by the senior class. Vocal Music Department Award Yearbook Graphic Designer Art Club Member GSA Member Choir Member Jazz Band Member (Guitar) Next year, Violet will attend a conservatory to study vocal and instrumental music.


Jayne Diana Thomas “…there’s a million things I haven’t done! But just you wait. Just you wait.” -Hamilton Voted “Most likely to be on a reality show” by the senior class. Graduating with Honors Theatre Department Award Concert Band Member (Flute) Theatre Program Member Cheer Team Member Next year, Jayne will attend college to study musical theatre.


Zaira Joy Yumiko “Goodbye? Oh no, please. Can’t we just go back to page one and start all over again?” -Winnie the Pooh Voted “Most likely to be your boss” by the senior class. Graduating with Honors Yearbook Department Award Yearbook Executive Editor Art Club Founding Member Next year, Zaira will attend college to study journalism.


UNDERCLASSMEN

Clementine Arnold

Gwendolyn Carlisle

Lila Ellis

Mackenzie Joyce

Claudia Kishi.

Georgia McKenzie

Ramona Parkington

Cécile Rey-Noelle

Nicolette Sherman

Chloe Joyce

Riley Jude Murphy


STAFF DIRECTORY Mr. Marcus Arnold (Math) Ms. Joanne Bennett (English) Mrs. Jeanie Carlos (Science) Mrs. Paula Clarke (Vocal Music) Mrs. Lorianna Harlow (French) Mr. Mitchell Kishi (Instrumental Music) Mrs. Olive Park-Kishi (Visual Arts) Mrs. Angie Sanchez (Spanish) Mr. Robert Smith (Theatre) Mr. Andrew Solomon (History) Mrs. Monique Zuck (Physical Education) The yearbook staff and all of the staff and students of Cedar Island Public High School would like to thank our friends at the Cedar Island Gazette for their generous support of the publication of this yearbook. We appreciate you!



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