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Class Pictures / Yearbook Class Pictures

D. Class Pictures / Yearbook Class Pictures

Throughout the year as you take special photos of the students in your class, think about e-mailing them to the class, or putting some on Shutterfly to share. These pictures can also be used in your class yearbook. Early on in the year, you may want to designate a parent in the class to be the class photographer.

Yearbook
Each year, it is the norm to create a class yearbook at the end of the school year, however, please keep the cost of the book to a minimum ($20.00 or less) so that it is affordable for all families. The money should come out of the class fund if there is enough at the end of the year. If not, then you may ask for voluntary contributions and adjust the expense to the amount received. If needed, perhaps a digital yearbook or photocopied book instead. If a yearbook is made for the class, every child is to receive a yearbook whether or not the parents have contributed to the classroom voluntary donation funds.

** Fifth grade classes will have a grade level yearbook and should not do an individual class yearbook.