Yearbook deadlines are coming up, October 22 is the date to keep an eye for

As the year progresses, deadlines are closer than they may first appear

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Yearbook deadlines are coming up, October 22 is the date to keep an eye for

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It’s the beginning of a new year, and the yearbook class has already begun work on the new 2020 edition of the Mead High yearbook. It will have all the features of previous years, including a section for senior pictures, quotes, and recognition pages.

But when do students need to submit these to the yearbook? And how much will yearbooks cost? 

Senior photos are due on October 22nd, but the Yearbook staff is asking for them as soon as possible, so that they can check names and spelling. For the senior quotes, a spreadsheet will be sent out to the seniors in the next few months, in which one can add a quote if they wish.

October 22nd is also the early bird deadline for recognition pages, where you will get a discounted price. The recognition pages come in ⅛, ¼, ½, and full page sizes, costing $95, $125, $195, or $335 respectively, or $70, $100, $170, and $315 if you order before October 22nd.

The absolute final deadline to order a recognition page is November 19th.

The full yearbook can currently be ordered for $70, but that price will raise to $85 by the end of the year.

Either way, now is the time to turn in your photos and orders, and  pre-order while you’re at it.