McIntosh yearbook again a Program of Excellence

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The 2020-2021 McIntosh High Legend Yearbook program has been recognized for the second year in a row as a Jostens National Program of Excellence.

This is the second time in a row the Legend has received this award. Until this year, they were the only school in the history of Fayette County to win it. Achieving this level of excellence for a yearbook is an achievement in itself, and the staff of the Legend had to deal with much more than just deadlines to produce the book as they produced it during the most challenging points of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Jostens, the yearbook publishing company that grants this award, does so in order to, “recognize schools that continually strive to create and deliver an exceptional yearbook to every student.”

The Legend staff is Natalie Spellman (Editor-in-Chief), Emma Ballantoni (Managing Editor), Grant White, Salma Najam, Carmella Niedzwiecki, Rebekah Bushmire, Sarah Gilley, Isabella Hickey, Dolly Thomas, London Whilby, Brady Dunn, Bonnie Moore, Kait Kruzan, Natalie Clark, and McKenzie Simon.

The 2020-2021 McIntosh High Legend Yearbook program has been recognized for the second year in a row as a Jostens National Program of Excellence.
Legend staff front: Salma Najam, Carmella Niedzwiecki, Rebekah Bushmire, Sarah Gilley, Isabella Hickey Legend staff back row: Dolly Thomas, London Whilby, Emma Ballantoni, Natalie Spellman, Brady Dunn. Not pictured: Grant White (Photo Editor), Bonnie Moore, Kait Kruzan, Natalie Clark and McKenzie Simon)