Yearbooks distributed like never before

Yearbook Editors in Chiefs Rachel Delgado (12) and Sierra Uko (12) smile in amazement as they see the book for the first time on April 26.

Preston Ocello, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2018

“Things are Changing Like Never Before.” That’s the theme for the 2018 Tiger Paw yearbook. It is also the first spring-delivery book at OHS in 27 years. The 2018 yearbooks will be distributed Tuesday, May 1 in Gym B. Students who purchased the book will be invited to the yearbook distribution...

Yearbook walks through their spread gallery

Analyzing a yearbook spread on the wall, Kayleigh Tritschler (11) and David Cormack (11) point out the flaws on the page.

Mckenzie Knapp, editor in chief

October 27, 2017

Students in first block yearbook spent the beginning of their class period on Oct. 26 completing a yearbook spread gallery walk. The yearbook editors in chief, Sierra Uko (12) and Rachel Delgado (12), hung up printed copies of the yearbook spread drafts on the walls of the hallway outside Room 234....

Yearbook ties the knot

Taking a group selfie with a big smile on her face,  Rachel Delgado (12) shows off her new wedding ring with the rest of the yearbook staff.

Mckenzie Knapp, editor in chief

September 27, 2017

Students in first block yearbook class made their dedication to yearbook official in their traditional class wedding on Sept. 25. The staffers stood in a circle and took turns wrapping their ring fingers with a bundle of rainbow yarn while the Bruno Mars’s song, “Marry You”, played in the background....

Yearbook shoots for stars

Sierra Uko (12) and Rachel Delgado (12) announce their first shining star winners on Sept. 21.

Mckenzie Knapp, editor in chief

September 21, 2017

The 2017-2018 yearbook editors in chief, Sierra Uko (12) and Rachel Delgado (12) announced the first ever “Shooting Stars” winners during first block yearbook class on Sept. 21. The recipients were Iyanna Robinson (11), Katie Voorhees (12), and Emily Merritt (10). Yearbook staffers were given...

Yearbook receives international recognition

Elizabeth Hall, entertainment editor

April 7, 2016

Yearbook gained international recognition in Ideas That Fly by Herrf Jones, a yearbook production company. Herrf Jones aids high schools across the United States and Canada. Dan Mueller, the company’s representative for OHS, visits once or twice a month to help the yearbook staff, and last Thursday...

Students win awards at national journalism convention

Students pose for a picture at the National Journalism Convention in Orlando, FL.

Sierra Hunter, editor in chief

November 20, 2015

Eight Oakville High School students won awards during the write-off competitions at the National Journalism Convention in Orlando, FL. The convention lasted four days. Students attended various sessions to strengthen their journalism skills and compete in write-offs. Over 2,000 students competed in...

Tiger Paw video yearbook get national recognition

Tiger Paw video yearbook get national recognition

Kayla Polka, Reporter

March 2, 2012

The 2011 Tiger Paw DVD video yearbook supplement has been recognized as a pacemaker award finalist by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) in the digital yearbook category. The pacemaker award is the highest honor a school is able to receive through the NSPA. Oakville High School is one...

Newspaper, Yearbook, and Broadcast editors announced

Rachel Koenen, Reporter

May 6, 2011

For the 2011-2012 school year, there will be three new editor-in-chiefs for Broadcast Journalism, Newspaper and Yearbook. Ryan Hugerich (11) will be the line producer for Broadcast, Emily Maag(11) will be the E.I.C for Newspaper and Rachel Evans (11) will be E.I.C. for Yearbook. “I am really...

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