Wednesday, August 24, 2022

Yearbook Distribution Moving Forward!

Distribution will continue for all students and families after school from 4:30 - 5:15 pm, in Room 3009, Wednesdays and Fridays.  


If you are student who ALREADY graduated, you can still pick the book up during these times (just check a day in advance via text) or text Mr. Kelemen (214-587-7424) to arrange an alternate time. Please READ through all the instructions below!  


Before school each day, from 8:45 - 8:55 am.  If you have early release, please come by immediately after 3rd period.  You can text Mr. Kelemen (214-587-7424) before you leave to make sure he's there.


Please follow the instructions below, when picking up yearbooks.  No yearbooks will be given out during the school day. Text Mr. Kelemen (214-587-7424), leaving your full name, if you have any other questions, or need to arrange another pick up time!  Please read #3, in the instructions, if you are needing to pick up a book for someone else.

Instructions for pick up!

1.  Please click on this link, to see if you purchased a book.  If you think you have purchased a book but don't see your name, bring a copy of the receipt from Friesens, our publisher.  One should have been emailed to you immediately after your purchase was completed.  If you haven't purchased a yearbook, go online and purchase one now while they are still available.  Past yearbooks are also available at a reduced cost, while they last.  Here is the link to the yearbook store - YEARBOOK STORE.

2.  Once you arrive, you must scan the QR code below (or you can find it in the column to the left), in order to pick it up.  (Or click on the link if your camera isn't working!)

https://forms.gle/HrHyWMUmAa7GSFHd6


3. Only the student who purchased the book, or a member of the family, can pick up the yearbook.  If you need to have a friend pick the book up for you, you the purchaser MUST email me (kelemen.woodrow@gmail.com), prior to picking up the book, granting permission for someone else to pick it up.  

Include this phrase in the email:   

I, (insert your name), give permission for (insert their full name), to pick up the yearbook on my behalf!

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