This year, because the 7th and 8th grades were moved to the high school campus, the yearbook will include those two grades with all their individual photos, group shots and some candid shots. The book will consist of a hard cover with 128 pages instead of the usual 112.
The cover will be very unique in keeping with the theme of “not the same old, same old.” With all the changes, it was though to be an appropriate idea to develop.
The cost has been kept low so as to be affordable to all students in grades 7-12. Currently, the price is $40, but after spring break the cost will increase to $45. If you wait until after May, the cost will be $50, so it is certainly profitable to make your purchase now.
Paying for a yearbook and getting your name on the list is important because only a certain number have been ordered.
Yearbooks may be purchased from any staff member including Laura Barrera, Vincent Cantu, Jenna Cordova, Amber Garcia, Josh Garcia, Michael Garcia, Kasandra Havens, Lacey Koonce, Megan Montemayor, Savanah Skrobarcek, Ricky Solis, Brittney Torfin, Allison Turner or Kriste Wise.
Cash or check may also be turned in at the high school office or given to Vivian Tucker, yearbook advisor. The class meets at 1:35-2:20 every day in room 2.
The staff also is busy selling ads for the yearbook. Increased printing costs in addition to the larger book make it necessary to sell as many ads as possible. Senior parents may also purchase space to congratulate their graduates with photos, poems, inspirational thoughts or other mementos.
Contact Jenna Cordova, the senior staffer in charge of this project. These orders must be planned and paid for by April 1 in case changes are needed for more or less pages.