Federal Way students create a Zoom-inspired yearbook to commemorate their unusual year

Students at Truman Campus in Federal Way are remembering their highly unusual year that was overshadowed by coronavirus and remote learning with a creative twist.

FEDERAL WAY, Wash. — The end of the school year is a relief and important milestone for so many students who navigated the complications of the pandemic and remote learning. 

For high school seniors, the end of the year marks leaving the virtual classroom and entering the real world. At Truman Campus in Federal Way, students are remembering the highly unusual year with a creative twist on their most precious keepsake — the yearbook. 

The school’s Yearbook Committee was

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