Yearbook sales underway at DMS

Brendan Heilman and Ava Miller

Diesel Mason works on the yearbook website during yearbook class. (Brendan Heilman )

Yearbooks are good for looking back on the history of a particular year or for a particular person.

At Duncan Middle School, yearbooks are created and sold by the yearbook class. And yearbooks are currently for sale.

Yearbooks are $30 for a regular book, $35 for one with a name stamp and $40 for one with a name stamp and one icon. There are more prices and features on the yearbook website.

Yearbook students are working hard to get deadlines done, despite some setbacks that have interrupted and delayed deadlines.

We are getting at least three pages in by Friday,” Reece Imel, Clubs and Organizations editor for yearbook, said. “We usually use a website called MyHJYearbook, and we can view any page and edit our own pages.

“We plan to be done with pages in March. I have a team of four people. There are four teams, and each handles a subject.”

The yearbook team is hoping to get a lot of sales by this March.

For students who want to personalize their yearbooks, personalizations are due by January 31. Books can be ordered online. Books are expected to arrive in May.

On May 1, the price of the yearbook will go up to $35.

Students can purchase a yearbook by paying by cash or check, or by by ordering online, which helps make sure the purchaser get what they want.

To order online, go to the yearbook page and use the order number 17985 and then use credit card information.

Order forms are available in the yearbook classroom Room 256.

“We are working hard to finish our pages and meet our deadlines,” yearbook staffer Jackson Poage said.