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Book Purchases

The price of the book is currently set at $60, and, based on the final length of the book, the price may increase up to $85 later in the year. Purchases are through this website: https://westsidehighschool.store.creatorstudiopro.com/

Panel Photos

LifeTouch has scheduled 2 more days for Westside panel photos:
Monday November 16th from 7:30am to 3:30pm in the Warrior Room near the Attendance Office for in-person learner retakes
Wednesday December 9th 12pm – 4pm for extended campus learners

Students who are not able to or are not comfortable with coming to school on these days will be able to take a portrait photo of themselves and submit it from home. There will be instructions on how to take an appropriate photo to be run in the yearbook. The Shield Yearbook staff has the right to refuse any photo for any reason.

Senior Portraits

Senior portraits will be due by the end of the day Sunday, December 18, 2020. Photos will have the following requirements: Photos must contain only head and shoulders with no props, backgrounds must not be distracting, it must be in full color, and there must be no watermarks. The picture must be digitally submitted to: [email protected] from an OUTSIDE EMAIL (a non @http://westside66.net/ email) with a resolution of at least 300 DPI, and must be in JPEG format. The Shield Yearbook staff has the right to refuse any photo for any reason. Graduating juniors will not be allowed to submit a photo for the senior section.

Graduation Ads

Graduation advertisements may be purchased at https://ads.creatorstudiopro.com/9134046. Purchasers will need to upload photos and design ads themselves, and must be paid for and submitted by February 19. Graduating juniors are allowed to purchase a senior ad.

The pricing is as follows:

$170 – full page

$90 – half page

$45 – quarter page

$15 – 1/8 page

$10 – love line (text only with 200 character limit, no photos)

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