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Memories to remember

posted Jan 20, 2015, 11:33 AM by Unknown user

You’ve seen the posters and heard the announcements. It’s time for yearbook sales once again. The theme this year for the yearbook is “Making H15tory.” According to sophomore Tabitha Stuhlsatz, the whole class participated in coming up with the theme.

The yearbook class has been working all year to collect pictures, come up with stories and get the yearbook ready for students to buy. You can purchase the yearbook Feb. 16-20 during both first and second lunch. If you missed sales this past week but don’t want to wait until February, you can still purchase one from the yearbook adviser, Connie Pauly, anytime she is in her room. The cost of the yearbook is $30.

“People should buy a yearbook so they can remember all the memories and the things that happened throughout the year,” sophomore Michelle Willson said.

Features that have been added or changed this year include more pictures and a new students page, and senior quotes are back once again.

You will be able to pick up the yearbooks at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year, said senior Derek Patton.






Yearbook staff

Selling yearbooks

Feb. 16-20 during first and second lunch

High school commons area

To preserve memories

As the yearbook deadline approaches, sophomore Michelle Willson works to get her own deadlines met.