Senior Salutes

Rachel Smith, A&E Editor

The time for the yearbook tradition of senior salutes has once again arrived. Salutes consist of a childhood picture (preferably in color) of the senior student and a short message of 100 words or less honoring the student and his or her high school achievements. Salutes can be created by parents, family members, and friends, but the student may not have more than five in the yearbook, and each family member or friend may only submit one salute. Each costs $35. Payment is due to the bookkeeper or can be mailed to the yearbook class at the school’s address. Photos can be mailed to the school, emailed to, or put on a flashdrive and brought to Mr. Hosford in room 516. The deadline is Nov. 25; submissions past that date cannot be guaranteed placement in the yearbook.