It is said that, “A picture is worth a thousand words.” How many people still flip through their high school yearbook and smile, laugh, or remember fun and crazy times as a teen?
Because this school year is a bit different than any other year due to the coronavirus and many students are schooling by internet, Sierra Frazier is requesting participation from the community in obtaining “cool” pictures for the 2020-2021 Yearbook. Frazier is the Craig County High School Art Teacher and Middle and High School Yearbook Adviser.
“To our Craig County Middle/High School Community, the yearbook staff needs your help,” she shared. “This year’s yearbook will be one for the history books. In 20, 30, 40 plus years, this will be the yearbook our students will want to pick up and show their children.”
The yearbook staff invites students and parents to submit photos for the yearbook. “If you’ve got great photos of school and community events or you and your friends just having fun, we would like for you to share them for the Yearbook,” Frazier noted.
She added that although it will be a unique challenge to capture, “the story of the year and the cool pics of the students in our school, we are excited to get started.”
Hopes are to also get a few “stories” to go along with photos, to complete the photos submitted.
“Our photographers can’t be everywhere! Help us get as many photos as possible to create a terrific book everyone will want to have,” Frazier noted. “That’s where you come in. Parents, students and members of our community can all be a part of the yearbook this year.”
Later in the year, they hope to have a site link where everyone can upload their photos before the end of the school year.
Individuals may upload photos by emailing photos to [email protected] or:
- LOGGING ONTO: jostens.com
- Enter Login ID: 415464330
- Browse to select the photo(s) you wish to upload, click on “Select My Images.”
- Enter information about the photo and provide contact information in case the staff needs additional information.
- Click “Upload Chosen Images.”
Frazier also invited businesses and parents to purchase a yearbook, which need to be created and purchased online by November 20 by logging into jostensadservice.com.
If any confusion presents itself, people are encouraged to email Frazier.
“We are calling all proud parents to celebrate your student’s journey with a yearbook ad,” Frazier shared. They can be made in three easy payments if one prefers.
Senior ads: Full Page: $150.00 – 1/2 Page: $100.00 – 1/4 Page: $50.00
She added, “Showcase your business in the book that never loses its appeal. Students and their families will flip through the pages of the yearbook hundreds of times and cherish it for a lifetime. In addition, proceeds from ad sales are a fundraiser for the yearbook program at our school. We appreciate your support.”
Business ads: Full Page Color: $100.00 – 1/2 Page Color: $75.00 – 1/4 Page Color: $50.00 – 1/8 Page Color: $25.00.
Choose to make this 2020-2021 school year special for our teenagers of Craig County.