2016-2017 Yearbooks Are In!

Last year’s seniors Kyle Hollinden and Luis Lopez sing “Let’s Fly a Kite” together in last year’s fall musical Mary Poppins.

“We enter high school with a blank slate. A plain, white canvas that we would get all to ourselves for the next four years. All of our canvases are different, but are tied together by one detail: the streak of black and gold.” It’s hard to put your school years into words. Especially your high school years. However, that is what the yearbook is here for: capturing your memories. The 2016-2017 yearbook is all about a blank canvas, and the colorful memories that have painted it, and continue to paint it throughout our lives.Titled “Etc.”, this yearbook highlights those things in life that cannot be described by words.

The 2016-2017 yearbook, “Etc.”, is one photography-heavy yearbook that you don’t want to miss! All of the yearbooks were delivered to students currently enrolled in JHS during homeroom on September 6. All other yearbooks are available for pick up as well. Seniors who recently graduated can pick up their yearbooks in the main office during school hours. 

Senior Geordon Terwiske pins his opponent down during a wrestling match last winter.

DIDN’T BUY A YEARBOOK? That’s alright! Extra 2016-2017 yearbooks are currently on sale for $55! However, books are limited! First come, first serve!

NOW IS YOUR CHANCE! Current 2017-2018 yearbooks are on sale for $45 now until September 15th (instead of the original deadline of September 1st). That is $10 off the original price! Students received order forms in the middle of August, however they can purchase the books online as well.

ANY QUESTIONS? For further questions, stop by Mr. Erlod’s room, room 304!