The class of 2020 is gearing up for the rest of their senior year and with that comes senior pictures. While many students have already had their portraits taken, others still need to. No matter what part of the senior picture-taking process you are on, the yearbook has recently released some of the first information about sending in your picture.
The senior pictures must follow certain guidelines in order to be considered appropriate for the yearbook. They are as follows:
- High resolution
- Full color
- Follows school dress code
- No props
- Alternative backgrounds are acceptable
- Vertical picture
The seniors’ section of the yearbook is different from the other grades since they get to use their own photo from their photoshoots and also choose a quote to go under their portrait. By getting students to start sending in their pictures sooner rather than later, the yearbook staff is able to work on the senior pages in a timely manner.
“[The pictures and quotes] have different due dates. The quotes due dates will be after the pictures,” said senior yearbook editor Bailey Mougalian.
Senior pictures are due to the yearbook by December 15. You can send them by emailing them to email@example.com. If you have any questions regarding senior photos or the yearbook, ask the yearbook editors or Mrs. Cheryl Jolin.
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