Kendra Baker photosStudents and staff who worked on this year's Cider Mill, Middlebrook and Wilton High School yearbooks presented their final products at the June 9 Board of Education meeting. Cider Mill Fifth graders Alex L. and Alex U. and Yearbook Committee Co-Chair Carolyn Lyon, of the Cider Mill PTA, shared this year\u2019s Cider Mill yearbook. Alex and Alex said they helped select the pictures and content that went into the 96-page, PTA-funded yearbook, titled \u201cMoving Forward.\u201d Middlebrook Middlebrook\u2019s 2016 yearbook was presented by social studies teacher and yearbook club adviser Will Mathews and his \u201cmost dedicated and enthusiastic\u201d yearbook club member, yellow team sixth grader Ryan Giancola. \u201cYearbook club is a great chance for kids to have the experience of doing something that the school really needs,\u201d said Ryan. \u201cKids look forward to it every year. During the last three half-days that we have, most of the time, the kids spend time signing yearbooks.\u201d With so little people in so little time, Ryan said, it\u2019s \u201camazing\u201d how good the yearbook \u00a0came out. Ryan said he loved helping put together this year\u2019s yearbook\u00a0\u2014 especially taking pictures for it \u2014 and wants to do it again. Wilton High School Joined by art teacher and yearbook adviser Rusty Hurd, Wilton High School yearbook editors Aqueelah Muhammad, Katie Kandie and Alida Schefers presented this year\u2019s technology-themed Wilton High School yearbook. \u201cThis is the book everyone\u2019s going to keep when they grow up and look back on their time in high school,\u201d said Alida, \u201cso when selecting a theme for this year, we wanted to reflect the current students.\u201d The front cover of the book is decorated with symbols from social media commonly used by students, such as Twitter and Instagram. Aqueelah, Katie and Alida said meeting deadlines was the hardest part about putting together the yearbook, which also includes a two-page spread of retiring teachers. \u201cWe went through old yearbooks and found old pictures of these retiring teachers and put them [in the book],\u201d said Alida. \u201cThey each have a little blurb saying how they impacted the community and how we\u2019re glad they were here and we\u2019ll miss them when they\u2019re gone.\u201d The $80 Wilton High School yearbooks were distributed to seniors on June 6 and underclassmen on June 7.