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High School Resources

Yearbook Information

Yearbook Information - 2018-2019

You may order your yearbook online by clicking on the button below:

Order Here

The Marcus Whitman High School Yearbook ID code is:  11432618

OR

You may order your yearbook by picking up an order form from the high school office, Mrs. Bragg (Art), or from Mark Rowe (Art). Checks must be made payable to:  Marcus Whitman HS Yearbook Club. Cash orders can be accepted with a completed form. 

Important Senior Yearbook Due Dates

Senior Poll Sheet – Due Friday, October 5th
This is the Senior Survey of your classmates in different and various categories.

Senior Box Info Sheet – Due Friday, October 12th
This is you individual information that will appear next to your Senior Portrait and your Senior Candid photo.

Senior Baby Pic– Due Friday, October 19th
This image will appear on a separate page and can be emailed/dropped off to either

Mr. Rowe (mrowe@mwcsd.org)  

Senior Portrait and Senior Candid– Due Friday, October 26th
These images will appear in your individual senior box and can be emailed/dropped off to either

Mr. Rowe (mrowe@mwcsd.org)

 Specifications for the senior portrait:

  1. Overall size - 2”x 3” minimum (vertical pose). The portrait should be a head & shoulder pose. Portraits should have a medium grey background – NO OUTSIDE PHOTOS!!!. Outside shots can be used for the casual senior picture.
     
  2. Allow plenty of time
    We know things get crazy at the last minute. Plan ahead so that the yearbook staff receives the print before Oct. 20, 2017. Keep deadlines in mind and make appointments that give the photographer time to photograph & deliver the digital image/print on time. Only photos received by this deadline will be guaranteed a spot in the senior portrait section. These deadlines are established by the yearbook publisher and cannot be changed.

    If you are using an outside source it is your responsibility to check with the yearbook staff to make sure your portrait has been delivered.

What isn’t acceptable…

No props, including pets, cars, musical instruments, hands, mirrors, flowers.

No T-shirts, inappropriate emblems or slogans, no hats.

Faces can’t be obscured by clothing, sunglasses or other items.

No photos taken out of doors. Studio lighting provides the best reproducible image.

Images that are blurry, softened or low resolution; images that are of poor quality (this includes Polaroid-type prints, scanned images, copier prints) cannot be used.

The best reproduced images are digital. The yearbook format is produced digitally & digital images are required. If a print is submitted it will need to be scanned and scanned images are never as clear as digital.

Specifications that provide the best digital images:

  1. Save the image at high resolution – at least 300
     
  2. Size the image to 9w x 11h (picas). Other sizes will have to be cropped in order to fit the yearbook format and the result may not be what you want. It is better to have the image too large rather than too small.
     
  3. Once the photographer determines the balance of color the image should be saved to RGB mode. SAVE IMAGES AS JPEG file to a CD disk.

      ORDER YEARBOOKS ONLINE FROM 9/19/18 THROUGH 3/23/19 @ https://ybpay.lifetouch.com

Questions?   E-mail the YB advisor's:        

 Mark Rowe:      mrowe@mwcsd.org        phone: (585)554-6441 x1211 

 

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