Dear Titan Community:
We are sure you are all aware of the challenges we’re facing at school this year, but our 2021 Yearbook Staff is hard at work creating a book like no other before it. The 2020 Yearbook that ended with a spring of remote learning and a graduation parade was different and historic, but it doesn’t compare to the 2021 Titan Yearbook.
Your Yearbook Staff is hard at work creating a yearbook with more student body input than any yearbook before. Each Wednesday since the middle of October our student body has participated in surveys to help us build our content. This book will include many Titan sourced Halloween pictures, hunting pictures, holiday pictures, snow pictures, and many more surprises in the works. We have been conducting interviews for student spotlights. We already have more students represented in our content than years past, and it is only December!
The yearbook staff hopes you will consider purchasing a 2021 Titan Yearbook for your student. With shortened shopping hours, COVID restrictions, and mail deliver delays, there is no better time to purchase a yearbook as a Christmas gift than right now. You don’t have to leave your home, and you don’t have to worry about delivery. Simply provide them a Christmas card stating that a 2021 Titan Yearbook has been reserved for them. This is a wonderful solution for grandparents, aunts, and uncles who are searching for gift ideas.
Simply go to www.jostensyearbooks.com, select our school name and make your purchase with a credit card. You can also call Jostens toll-free at 877-767-5217 and a friendly operator will assist you. If needed, you can ask them how to pay by check. You can also email Mrs. Snyder at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a book, and she will mail out an invoice for payment in the coming months.
If you have already purchased, THANK YOU! Our group is gathering information on everyone and everything we can to feature in this year’s edition. Again, this is a book like no other to remember a school year like never before…and hopefully never again, right?
We hope your holiday is safe and full of simple pleasures.
The 2021 Titan Yearbook Staff