Yearbook senior picture deadline

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Camille Berko

The yearbook from last year contained 22 pages of senior photos. A variety of shots were submitted and placed in their respective alphabetical order.

Camille Berko, Managing Editor for Content

Senior pictures should be submitted to the Blue and Gold Yearbook by Dec. 1 unless the student opts to have their school ID picture used. They should choose their favorite picture, which must include their entire face. 

“It’s pretty simple,” yearbook co-editor-in-chief Jocelyn Jenson said. “They just need to remember to add their name, grade and email when submitting.”

If the deadline seems early, that’s because it is. In previous years, the deadline for photos has not been until the second semester, but this year the staff wants to get a head start on designing some of their pages. They’re aiming for a smooth year, but need everyone to be on the same page. 

If, for any reason, a student is unable to achieve the deadline, they should submit their picture as soon as possible after it’s passed. Some leeway will be granted in that regard. 

“I can see the creativity and spark in everyone on staff, we’re all excited to see how this year’s book turns out,” Jenson said.