If you purchased a yearbook, please take a moment to read the following from our yearbook editor Mrs. Alexander:
FIRST, before writing anything in your personal copy of the yearbook, please CHECK CAREFULLY that your book has no printing flaws such as blank/missing, upside-down or wrinkled pages. If you discover concerns in you book please bring it to the yearbook room before you write in the book. Once you have written in the book, IT’S YOURS TO KEEP!
THEN, write your name in the book so it can be easily identified and that is better protected against theft. When writing in other student's book remember it is their book as well. If you deface or mark up anyone's book in an inappropriate way it will be dealt with accordingly. Destruction of property is an office referral.
NEXT, our staff tried to make sure that we have created an inclusive yearbook with as few mistakes as possible. If you have any concerns about the book, or recommendations for next year, please put them in writing, suggest a way to solve the problem, and bring them to the yearbook room. Please realize this yearbook is created by students for students. We try to make it great, but it is not a professional publication.
FINALLY, as adviser, I want to thank the staff for what I feel is an amazing collection of memories. Remember this is a student publication. Although we have made every attempt to make this an accurate account of the year, some errors are bound to occur. It is my hope that, as a student, you will share with staff members what you like about the book.