Parkland survivors will chronicle a painful, personal experience in the school’s yearbook

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(CNN)The durability of the trainees and personnel at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School is apparent. They’ve resumed classes, and their lives, on a school where 17 of their fellow trainees and instructors were eliminated in a mass shooting less than 2 months earlier.

Marjory Stoneman Douglas’ yearbook is called Aerie. In the 2018 edition, its personnel will weave an effective tale of the school neighborhood’s strength and willpower.
“We’re still here. We still have video games going on. We’re still making the yearbook. There’s still going to be senior prom,” yearbook consultant Sarah Lerner stated in an article for Walsworth Yearbooks , which will offer Aerie online for the very first time. “We’re a really strong neighborhood and we’re not letting this stop us.”

    Alex Blackwell, vice president of marketing and interactions for Walsworth Yearbooks, stated that every school with a shop on Walsworth’s site can offer its yearbook.

    Correction: This story has actually been upgraded to state that the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School yearbook will not be offered to the public– just to yearbook personnel at other schools. All earnings from its sale will go to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Victims Fund.

    Read more: https://www.cnn.com/2018/03/22/us/marjory-stoneman-yearbook-trnd/index.html

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