Augustine announces editorial staff for the Guidon newspaper, Indian Call yearbook


McKena McBride

Senior Alicia Feyerherm was given the role of Editor-in-Chief of the Guidon for the 2020-2021 school year.

Journalism instructor Jessica Augustine has announced the editorial staff for the Guidon newspaper and the Indian Call yearbook.

The 2020-2021 newspaper positions are as follows:

Editor-in-Chief – Alicia Feyerherm

Assistant/Online Editors – Caitlin Leiker, McKena McBride

Copy Editor – Emry Lundy

Design Editor – Alexis Pfannenstiel

Managing Editor – Nikka Vuong

Multimedia/Photography Editor – Allison Brooks

Sports Editor – Brenna Schwien

Entertainment Editors – Meg Taggart, Maysyn Tippy

Staff Members – Cade Becker, Alexandra Coveney, Kaleigh Dreiling, Rylie Fairbank, Cayden Sanders, Grant Tesluk

“It’s so fulfilling to see a new group of determined students stepping up to leadership roles,” Leiker said. “Seeing that means more to me than any single position I could hold.”

Also, the 2020-2021 yearbook positions are as follows:

Editors-in-Chief – Hope Shumacher, Fernando Zarate

Assistant Editors – Grace Desbien, Jersey Johnson, Aaliyah Neuberger

Copy Editor – McKena McBride

Design Editor – Alexis Pfannenstiel

Managing/Photography Editor – Leah Legleiter

Technology Editor – Brenna Schwien

Staff Members – Rylee Burd, Kaden Dinkel, Morgan Engel, Sophia Gross, Emily Kreutzer, Antoni Leiker, Cristina Leos, Maggi Lindenmeyer, Amedee Randle, Andrea Tinoco-Ramirez

Augustine said she hopes both publications can be produced as planned and will not be affected due to COVID-19. She also said she hopes that the Guidon online and print newspapers and the Indian Call yearbook can earn All-Kansas Awards, which are the top awards given by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association.

Finally, Augustine said she wants students in both publications to form a bond with each other, have fun and learn something from the classes.

“On both sides, we have a lot of experienced veterans that will provide good leadership, but I also think we brought in a lot of new faces from different areas of the school and different kinds of people that I think are going to bring some different perspectives to both staffs,” Augustine said.