Last chance for yearbooks


Morgan Hykin

Students can check to see if they have purchased a yearbook on the lists outside of E107.

Liz Schasel, Editor-in-chief

The last opportunity to buy a yearbook is 9 a.m. Friday, Jan. 31. Students who haven’t purchased one can pay the $75 fee online or by bringing a check made payable to ‘LHS’ to E107 tomorrow morning.

“We can’t plan on any extras, and we’re not specifically ordering any extras, so there’s a good chance you won’t get one if you don’t get one reserved,” yearbook adviser Mary Woodruff said.

The yearbook staff has strayed from the norm this year and will be implementing a plexiglass cover for the book.

“We’ve invested quite a bit of money into doing some really fun and cool stuff with the book,” Woodruff said. “It’s going to be very different this year.”

As of yesterday, Woodruff estimates they have sold about 850 copies.

“If you think about the fact that there are roughly 1150 kids here, of the 300 that haven’t bought one yet, 90 percent of those who are going to buy one will buy it tonight and tomorrow morning,” Woodruff said.

Woodruff attributes the last minute influx of purchases to human nature and the natural inclination to save things to the last minute.

“That’s the same all across the country, it’s not just this school.” Woodruff said. “It’s what we [people] do.”

Yearbooks will be distributed on Tuesday, May 20 during all lunches. Students can check to see if they have purchased a book on the lists outside of E107.

“Don’t be left out!” Woodruff said.