CAFÉ MENU: ON A BUN (A rotation of our signature sandwiches all served on a bun including): • Hot Subs • Meatball Subs • Honey Sriracha Chicken Subs • Italian Sausage Sandwich • Philly Cheese Steak
DAILY: Big Daddy’s Pizza • Chicken Sandwiches (Regular and Spicy) • Variety of Wraps (Turkey, Ham, Spicy Chicken, Chicken or Veggie) • Variety of Fruit and Veggies
TODAY: An Irrational Pi Day:
For those who don’t know, “Pi Day” is an annual celebration of the mathematical constant pi and it is celebrated all over the world. It is observed on March 14th since 3, 1, and 4 are the first three significant digits of pi. Hope you get to celebrate by eating some sort of pie today! After all, it’s an “irrational” day!
The Kenston Foundation Scholarships are DUE TOMORROW, Friday, March 15! Bring to Guidance and make sure you sign up for an interview. And, there must be 3 (THREE) copies of the ENTIRE application.
The Kenston Athletic Boosters Scholarship is due in Guidance tomorrow Friday, March 15th and that must have (2) TWO copies of the complete application.
Music education $1,000 Scholarship. Seniors pursuing a major in music education with minimum 2.0 GPA and in need of financial aid should apply. Deadline March 15, 2019.
The Bainbridge Women’s Scholarship is due in Guidance on Monday, March 18.
The Kenston Community Ed Scholarship is due Tuesday, March 19 at 4 p.m. at the KCE Office (Gardiner Center)!
Don’t miss these deadlines!
There’s a poster contest for all grades with the first place $150, 2nd place $75 and 3rd place $50. Posters must deliver a clear and positive message about the theme: “Homes for Heroes. Details and contest entry form are in Guidance. Deadline is April 30, 2019, at 5:00 p.m.
Posters will be judged on creativity, artistry, originality and ability to communicate a clear and positive message.
TODAY: Sign Up for College Classes!
Would you like to participate in college classes? Did you know you can take them right here at KHS during the school day? Don’t miss your opportunity and sign up for CCP classes today. Any student interested in taking CCP classes next year must pick up a packet from Mrs. Hanzak in Guidance. Even if you are still undecided, you must complete the form so you have the option to participate. All forms are due NEXT Friday, March 22nd BEFORE SPRING BREAK to Guidance! April 1st is the final deadline. (See below for more information.)
COLLEGE CREDIT PLUS—Deadline Approaching:
CCP Intent paperwork is due next Friday, March 22 for students who want to participate in CCP next year (2019-2020), both at the colleges AND any of the CCP courses here at KHS. Without this paperwork submitted for state funding, the students would have to pay for the course including textbooks.
College Credit Plus
For students considering taking part in College Credit Plus (CCP) next year (which is a program in which students can take college courses to earn college and high school credit concurrently), we wanted to make you aware of upcoming deadlines for required form submissions. These deadlines also apply to students planning on taking the Kent CCP courses being offered at KHS next year (College Writing I & II; Calculus I & III):
These three forms are due in the Guidance Office no later than Friday, March 22nd in order to participate in CCP for the 2019-20 school year:
1. Intent to Participate Form
2. Info Session Participation Verification Form (to be completed after viewing this video if you did not attend CCP Night on 2/7)
3. Parent Agreement Form
* In addition to the above forms, students also have to apply to the college of their choice and follow the college’s CCP application deadlines and instructions. Please be aware that most colleges require students to apply by May 1st to participate in CCP for Fall 2019.
If your student is planning to take the CCP Calculus I or III course at KHS next year, please be sure you’ve viewed this document with important instructions (this is for students who have completed Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, and Precalculus).
If your student is planning to take the CCP College Writing I and/or II course(s), please view this document with important instructions.
Please contact your child’s guidance counselor with any questions. Dial 440-543-9821. Counselors are by student last name:
(A-G) Ray Kimpton x2120; (H-O) Jessica Kardamis x2110; (P-Z) Katie Detwiler x2130
TODAY: AfterProm Fashion Show Tickets:
This year’s theme is Kenston Koachella – Sr. vs. Jr. Fashion
Show~down featuring the Kenston Sparklettes. Tickets are $6 Presale / $8 at the door. All proceeds benefit Kenston
After Prom. Tickets can be purchased @ KHS Office, during KHS Lunch Blocks on Thursday, March 14th & Friday, March 15th, @ KMS Bomber Hanger, from any of the participants or via online (link below). All proceeds benefit Kenston After Prom.
On Friday, March 15, beginning at 7:00 p.m., the KHS auditorium will be rocking with the annual Kenston Fashion Show.
This popular family-friendly event is a fund-raiser for After Prom and features Kenston juniors and seniors showing off
their creative choreography as they dance to great music. Juniors will be in casual-wear and seniors will strut their stuff in
tuxes and formal dresses. Prom His/Her Package raffle tickets will be available for purchase ($10 each) through Intermission. Drawing to be held after Intermission.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts will be available by the dozen ($10) to take home after the Fashion Show and/or at Intermission- $1 each.
** To purchase any of the above online via Credit Card, visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/kenston-after-prom-18933007786 (fees apply)
ATTENTION PARTICIPANTS: Those participating need to turn in their APPROVED music to be downloaded to MRS. WIRTHWEIN in room A-203 ASAP!
TODAY: BOMBER HANGAR: Kenston Spirit Wear on Sale:
The Bomber Hangar will be traveling to KHS for several events during the next two weeks. The retail store at KMS will be closed during this time.
Thursday, March 14 @ KHS Cafeteria during lunch periods, 10:30 am – 1:00 pm.
Friday, March 15 @ KHS Fashion Show benefiting After Prom, open at 6:30 pm until end of the event
Sunday, March 17 @ the Bainbridge Civic and Bainbridge Women’s Clubs’ Pancake Breakfast, 8:40 am – 1:00 pm
Wed., March 20 @ Winter Athletic Awards Night, open at 6:30 until end of event.
Stay up-to-date on events and specials through Facebook (The Bomber Hangar) and Twitter (@Bomber_Hangar).
As always, please contact any of The Bomber Hangar representatives for personal shopping appointments if needed.
Christine Riscili (KHS & KMS) 717-991-0973
Hannah Grunwald (KIS) 216-906-5963
Nicole Sommers (TES) (440) 487-4036
See the PTO link on the homepage for all the dates or follow on Twitter–@Bomber_Hangar; or on Facebook—The Bomber Hangar. https://kenstonlocal.org/pto/bomberhangar/. The Bomber Hangar is managed by the PTO Council and benefits Kenston students, staff and community organizations through gift certificates and product donations. It also helps fund two annual PTO scholarships given to high school seniors through the Kenston Foundation.
SATURDAY: FREE Figure Skating Event with Kenston Skaters!
The Chagrin Valley Figure Skating Club will be hosting the Cleveland Invitational Figure Skating Championship this weekend Saturday, March 16th at The Pond Ice Arena. Come see amazing figure skaters from various states including Kenston’s own Viktoria Pozwick and Maegen Manning perform in multiple skating events. Admission is free. For more info, contact The Pond: 440) 543-3884
SATURDAY: Job Fair @ Punderson State Park:
Students will want to check out the job fair on Saturday, March 16th 11am to 2pm at the lovely Punderson Manor in Newbury. There are lots of positions available with employee perks! Location: Punderson State Park – 11755 Kinsman Road – Newbury, OH 44065
The fair will be held in the parlor. Positions Available Include: Banquet Server, Banquet Set Up, Dining Room Host, Dining Room Server, Housekeeper, Groundskeeper, Pool Attendant, Front Desk Agent, Line Cook, Dishwasher, Bartender. **All positions require weekend &
holiday availability. Most positions will be seasonal April – September. Must be at least 16 by start date; some positions may have more specific age requirements. 18 & older subject to criminal background check and/or motor vehicle check based on the position. Employee Perks: Competitive Rates, Dining/Retail Discounts, Incentives, Holiday Pay, Overnight Stays at other Great Ohio Lodges. To apply: Upload a resume online at www.pundersonmanor.com (click on Employment)
MONDAY: Club Photos for the Yearbook:
The Yearbook Staff would like to recognize students who are members of various Clubs at KHS. Students should report to the gymnasium during homeroom to get their group photo taken for the 2018-2019 Yearbook. Schedule is as follows:
Mon. 3/4: NHS, Janus
Mon. 3/11: PEAK, Knitting Club & Diversity Club (CWB & SAGA)
Wed. 3/13: Envirothon
Mon. 3/18: INTERACT, Jazz Band & Radio
Mon. 4/1: Varsity Jazz, Pit Orchestra
Wed. 4/3: Academic Challenge, Bomber Games Club, Pulse Writing Club
Mon. 4/8: Science Olympiad, KGAP
Wed. 4/10: Languages, UBBL
Wed. 4/17: CEC, Math Club, Photography Club
Wed. 4/22: PACK, KUUL
SPRING COLLEGE VISITS:
University of Findlay – 11 a.m. – March 19
West Liberty University from West Virginia – 1:30 p.m. March 21
If you are interested in learning more about either college, sign up in Guidance and receive a pass.
CAREER DAY at KHS: Wed. March 20th:
KHS is excited to host the 2nd Biennial Career Day on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 from 9:30 to 11:00 a.m. This event was created to support and encourage College and Career Readiness. Each student will sign up to attend two presentations, of his/her choice, from professionals in various career fields. The sessions will include a presentation about the professional’s career as well as time for Q & A with the professional. These sessions will allow students to explore different career paths and having meaningful interactions with successful professionals from the local community.
Students will be signing up for their sessions the week of March 3rd during their second block class. Please take some time during this week to review the email sent to each parent/student on Wednesday, Feb. 27th. It is recommended for students to have several options in mind as there will be a limit to the number of students permitted in each session. We are looking forward to this event and hope that you will enjoy exploring various career paths!
STUDENT ATHLETES: Playing in College:
LEAF will be holding the following session at the LEAF Resource Center (at 7700 Clocktower Drive, Kirtland) in room A-2101.
The NCAA Session on Thursday, March 21st, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. is for student athletes and their parents. We will discuss pertinent items necessary for students to complete in order to participate in their sport throughout college. Please register for your session online at https://leaf-ohio.org/calendar/category/resource-center-sessions/ , or call 440.525.7095 to reserve a seat. Reservations are required, capacity is limited. With any additional questions regarding college financial aid process, please contact Kenston LEAF advisor Renee Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org. Mrs. Morgan is available for parent and student appointments in the guidance office on Fridays from 8:30-2:30.
BOCCE & UNICYCLE CLUBS: To Begin After Spring Break!
Can you inform the students that both the bocce and unicycle clubs will start after spring break? Also, can you run this announcement up until those days? Unicycle club starts on Thursday (4/4) and Bocce starts on Friday (4/5). They can sign up with KCE for as low as $3-5/week!
DRIVER’S ED: Bus Information:
Attention students who are participating in the “Behind the Wheel” Driver’s Ed Class through KCE: The KCE Activity bus, Bus #11, will depart from the bus loop at Kenston Middle School. Any bus from the high school can take you to KMS after school, but you must ride the Shuttle Bus #11 from KMS in order to get transported to The Gardiner Center for your Driver’s Ed Class.
CLASS OF 2019– SENIOR REMINDERS
Seniors! Everything you need to know about your last semester was emailed to you and your parents through constant contact on Saturday, March 9th entitled: “Senior Reminders”. Please read! It is a wealth of information to keep you organized and on track for the rest of your Senior Year!
FRIDAYS: College Financial Aid Help:
If you have any questions regarding the college financial aid process, please contact the Kenston LEAF advisor, Renee Morgan, at email@example.com. Student and family appointments are available on Fridays in the guidance office.
***VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Children’s Event***
HG Agents at Keller Williams Greater Cleveland Southeast is hosting a Bunnies & Bounce Houses Event at the Federated Life Center in Bainbridge on April 14th from 1-3pm. We are looking for six volunteers to help run play areas for the kids, such as a Bounce House, Obstacle Course, Cookie table and more! All items will be provided. Volunteers are asked to provide oversight to their area and keep the kids moving along! Please contact Michaela Henry at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. Community Service Hours will be awarded—please be sure to take a Community Service Hours Form with you to the event to get the signatures needed.
***Summer Experience in Engineering***
Attention females in all grades. The University of Akron hosts the 15th annual Summer Experience in Engineering June 9-14, 2019 for resident campers and June 10-14 for day campers. Students experience college life, attend classes, eat at the dining hall, participate in design or research projects, hands-on activities with engineering faculty, corporate field trips, apply engineering problem-solving skills to complete team design projects and much more. Details and applications are in Guidance. For more information, visit uakron.edu/wie or email email@example.com. All forms must be received by March 31.
*** Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District 2019 Camp Canopy ***
Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District 2019 Camp Canopy is held June 9-14 at Camp Muskingum in Carroll County.
High school students explore forest ecology and natural resources at this weeklong camp on Leesville Lake. Includes clean, comfortable accommodations, delicious meals, recreational outdoor activities including volleyball, swimming, fishing and boating. Special evening programs provide social and academic value. Scholarships are available for this camp for applicants who qualify. Applications for scholarships are due by 3:00 PM on April 1, 2019. For more information and scholarship application, visit www.geaugaswcd.com or call 440-834-1122.
***Lakeland Community College***
Lakeland Community College will host Spring Campus Visit Days from 9-11:30 a.m. Saturday, April 6 and 6-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 10. Registration is required and seating is limited. Register online at www.lakelandcc.edu/visit
Please have the following announced/circulated:
***JUNIOR GIRLS—Explore Engineering at Purdue***
Junior girls who are interested in engineering are invited to attend “”Juniors Exploring Engineering at Purdue” on Monday, April 8. Details and registration at www.purdue.edu/wiep.
***Miami University in Oxford offers a Summer Scholars Program***
This is for academically talented sophomores and juniors to explore a topic of choice with faculty and professional experts June 30-July 12, 2019 or July 14-26, 2019. Details are in Guidance. Participants who choose to apply to Miami will receive priority consideration for merit scholarships and premier academic programs and honors program. Application deadline is May 1, 2019. Go to MiamiOH.edu/SummerScholars.
***MEDCAMP: July 11-13***
Attention seniors! Are you interested in the medical field? Northeast Ohio Medical University in Rootstown (formerly NEOCOM) hosts a 3-day intensive immersion experience into the science of medicine including hands-on experiences in biomedical science, workshops involving research, clinical problem-solving and intro to various fields of clinical medicine. This program MEDCAMP is July 11-13 at the university on State Route 44 in Rootstown. Seniors must be 18 years old by the day camp starts, have a 3.0 GPA or higher and be enrolled at a college or university for fall 2019. The deadline to apply is April 3, 2019 online at http://www.neomed.edu/medcamp. The cost for the three days is only $150 and a number of tuition waivers are available. If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 330-325-6580.
***Cleveland Clinic Summer Internship Opportunity***
Cleveland Clinic Summer Internship Programs are taking applications for this summer. Work with doctors/caregivers at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus, regional hospitals, family health centers and administrative campuses. Dates, times and eligibility criteria vary by internship. Visit http://www.clevelandclinic.org/clinicbasedprograms for details and application. Mrs. Detwiler sent an email to all students on Monday, January 28th regarding information on these programs. This is a great opportunity, especially if you think you might be interested in the medical field as a career.
This just in! Attention Students: The Solon Recreation Department is currently hiring lifeguards to work this summer at the Solon Community Center and Solon Municipal Pools. They are looking for fun, energetic people that like working with a variety of ages of people. Applicants must be at least 15 years of age and should hold a current American Red Cross Lifeguard Certification. Those that wish to apply that do not have the ARC certification may apply and will be required to take the certification at no cost through the Solon Community Center. Apply online at www.solonohio.org. If you have questions please call Jim Sordi (440) 337 – 1437.
Need a job? New positions posted! Check out our JOB BOARD. Employers post jobs here because they want YOU! Go to the KHS website, type in “job board” in the search box, or stop by the job board across from Guidance. If you’re under 18 and you’re confused about a WORK PERMIT and what you need to do, stop in the Main Office or call Mrs. Taylor at 440-543-9821—she is happy to help.
SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE!–Don’t Miss These Deadlines!
NEW Scholarships just added!
***Seniors! Golden Gate Masonic Lodge #245**** offers two $1,500 scholarships to Kenston seniors to attend a four-year college. Criteria includes academics, extracurricular activities, community service and essay about your interests and the school you plan to attend.
Applications are in Guidance and they are due Friday, March 22 in Guidance.
***Bainbridge Civic Club Scholarships***
Bainbridge Civic Club offers scholarships based on community service, financial need, character, leadership and academics. A high grade point average is not required.
The Don Takacs Memorial Scholarship offers $1,000;
The John Batchelor Scholarship offers $500 for students pursuing a career in education.
Bainbridge Civic Club offers $1,200;
Bainbridge Area Food for Friends offers $1,500
Bainbridge Civic Club/Women’s Club Community Ox Roast offers $1,200.
Write a 250-word essay identifying: the ways you have been of service to others including at school, church, or elsewhere and identify the hours spent on service activities. Also identify your extracurricular activities and your course of study in college and why you are suited to it. Apply online at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FPl8TxQjrY0zq78_RvLgkCgC0U9qVub06sSWO38tBZE/ by March 25 (deadline extended). If you have difficulty with the form, contact email@example.com
***The Chagrin Valley Rotary Scholarship is here****. At least three scholarships to Kenston students over $2,000 each. Students pursuing vocational degrees may apply for vocational scholarships. Students pursuing bachelor’s degrees apply for academic scholarships. Awards are based on need, community service, academic achievement and extracurricular activity. Applicants with household incomes under $50,000 get top priority; however, community service and scholastic achievement are also considered. Interviews may be required. Applications must be received by March 29, 2019. Late applications WILL NOT be accepted. Applications are in Guidance or forms can be downloaded from Chagrin Valley Rotary Club homepage, download files, scholarship applications. Complete the forms, attach letter of recommendation and essay, and mail all applications to William O’Neil, 8830 Carnes Road, Chagrin Falls OH 44023.
Remember, due March 29, 2019.
***IOTA SIGMA PI BP Scholarship For Women***.
This non-renewable $2,000 scholarship is for females interested in chemistry with the intent to become a science major at a four-year college or university in OHIO. (Pre-med and pre-pharmacy are excluded). Minimum 3.4 GPA. Applications in Guidance or at https://sites.google.com/site/iotasigmapicleveland/bp-scholarship. Submit FOUR (4) copies of the complete application to Guidance. Must be RECEIVED by March 31, 2019.
***FIELDS OF LEARNING***
Due March 31st–apply at www.fieldsoflearning.org
***Bainbridge Township Police Department Scholarship***
Bainbridge Township Police Department Scholarship application is in Guidance. Two $1,500 scholarships awarded for minimum 2.5 GPA and planned field of study related to public service (law, medicine, education, sociology, psychology, military). Also 500-word essay. Applications must be returned to Guidance by Friday, April 5, 2019.
***Kenston Academic Boosters Scholarship***
Kenston Academic Boosters Scholarship application is available in Guidance. Must have a 3.5 or higher GPA and 25 ACT or 1200 SAT, and be active in a KHS academic club or society. A 100-word essay answering two questions is required. Applications are due Friday, April 5, 2019, in the Guidance Office.
***GEAUGA MEDICAL CENTER SCHOLARSHIP***
Geauga Medical Center Scholarship is available in Guidance for seniors planning to major in the healthcare field. Four $1,000 scholarships will be awarded. Application must be mailed or dropped off in Chardon to be received by April 12th.***
***A scholarship for freshmen and sophomores in Lake, Ashtabula and Geauga counties****
Lake County Right to Life annual Essay Contest. Write a 500-750 word essay on “What can my generation and I do to restore the culture of life in our local community?” Grammar, spelling, clarity, originality and impact are judged. Must be postmarked no later than April 18, 2019 and mailed to Lake County Right to Life, Attn: Jacqui Fetsko, 65 Square Drive, Madison OH 44057.
***Geauga County Farm Bureau Scholarship***
Applicant must be a current member or have a parent who is a current member. Apply online at www.geaugafb.org. Deadline April 20.
A $750 scholarship is available for seniors planning to major in construction management or civil engineering. Go to www.leaf-ohio.org and click on “LEAF-administered scholarships”. Minimum 2.5 GPA
***SHINING STAR CLE 2019 SCHOLARSHIP***
All 9, 10 and 11th grade students are eligible for this solo-singing competition. Winners also perform with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra at Severance Hall. No entry fee and all music genres welcome. Record your favorite song and upload your 3-minute maximum video to shiningstarcle.org. Pianos, personal instrument and a’capella are welcome. Submit video between April 1 and July 1, 2019. Details in Guidance.
$1,000 SigEp CSU Freshman Male Balanced Man Scholarship for males who attend CSU in fall 2019. Criteria is 3.0 GPA and a leader in and out of the classroom. Applicants are not required to join Sigma Phi Epsilon. Details in Guidance. Apply at www.csuohio.edu/SigEp by August 15, 2019.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED AND SERVICE HOURS:
Did you know that one way to stand out with your high school RESUME is by how much you volunteer and WHERE you volunteer? It’s best to spread your volunteer hours out over a couple DIFFERENT areas and not just one place to show you are well-rounded. When you graduate from Kenston, students with 60 HOURS OR MORE of community service will wear a blue cord around their neck–it’s a nice honor to have and easy to do since Kenston offers so many opportunities. If you’re a freshman, you only need to log at least 15 HOURS PER YEAR and by the time you are a senior, you’ll have the 60 hours that you need.
**THE POND: ON & OFF THE ICE**
On and off ice volunteers are needed to help introduce children with disabilities the joy of ice skating. The Gliding Stars Program is every Sunday from February 24 to May 19. For more information contact: Melinda Bednarik at firstname.lastname@example.org or Rachel Wymer at email@example.com
Looking for a place to get some work done before heading home at the end of the school day? Kenston Academy is back! Come to the KHS Library after school Monday through Thursday from 2:20 pm to 3:20 pm. Use a computer. Print a paper. Get some tutoring help
CLUBS & TEAMS you can join @ KHS: They look great on your High School Resume!
For a complete list of clubs, stop in the Main Office or the Guidance Office.
LOST & FOUND ITEMS:
Please stop by the Main Office if you have lost something or if you have found something that someone has lost. If you lost something that hasn’t been found yet, fill out a form so we can notify you when it’s found!
Old News but Great Info:
**SENIOR MENTORSHIP PROJECT**
Senior Project applications and proposals were due to their faculty advisors by Friday, March 1, 2019. Students are reminded to use this opportunity to explore career possibilities for their future. Try to find a mentorship opportunity in a venue of career interest. Students may NOT use a former or current employer as a mentor and never receive monetary payment for mentorship. Additional copies of the Senior Project application will be posted on the Kenston Website under Guidance. Complete details can be found in the application brochure. A list of former community sponsors is available in Guidance. This list is only businesses that have been used in the past – it is NOT a list of current available sponsors. It is up to the student to contact local businesses and ask if they would be available to be a sponsor.
If you are interested in purchasing the 2018-19 Yearbook, see the link on the right column of the homepage or Online orders can be made at www.yearbookordercenter.com, order number 2856. For those graduating this spring, when ordering a yearbook, select the option for “Senior” yearbooks and check the box “mail to home.” They will be mailed home next fall; the cost of mailing to seniors is covered by Herff Jones. Discount applied if ordered by December 31, 2018 at $65; then $75 through June 2019. Remember, yearbooks take the summer to be completed and published and are usually ready for distribution in the Fall of the following year. Questions: stop in and see Mr. Fodor in room A114 or email him at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2017-18 Yearbooks arrived in September! All students should have received their yearbook from last year on Wednesday, Sept 19th during homeroom. Extra copies of the 2017-18 yearbook were available on a first come, first served basis after that date.
Seniors, this is your big year! Everyone wants a picture of you! All seniors should’ve taken advantage of the FREE session for Senior Picture for the Yearbook on Thursday, Sept. 27th. Venditti was here to take a complimentary, professional picture—sorry, you cannot purchase this picture, it is for the yearbook only. If you missed it, you will have to submit a picture or have a professional submit it. All seniors who have already had their senior pictures taken at Venditti, New Direction, Palmieri, Noah Blue, or Slezak Photography will automatically have their pictures sent directly to the Kenston Yearbook. Other studios must seek approval before submitting a photo and adhere to the yearbook specifications. All senior pictures for the yearbook were due on January 15, 2019! Questions should be addressed to Mr. Fodor in room A-114 or email him at email@example.com.
SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS for Senior Portraits:
Senior portrait specifications for other Photographers: Size—no less than 300 dpi. Pose—only traditional full color portrait, head and shoulders only. Background—must be on the spectrum from cobalt to navy blue (no light blue). No hats, props, hands or inappropriate clothing. Submit your photograph electronically by email attachment to: firstname.lastname@example.org or on a CD. Under no circumstances will a senior portrait be scanned from a print. Any questions, see Mr. Fodor, room A114.