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Every Student’s Story Told

A new, experimental yearbook project is in the making!

 

by Morgan Koziar - December 16, 2014

Wellsboro Home Page corespondent Drew Patrick had the opportunity to speak with the yearbook staff at Wellsboro High School about what happens to make the yearbook special.
Students now have the option to be assisted in receiving a yearbook. They have the opportunity of acquiring this keepsake filled with memories that will last a lifetime.

Yearbook Advisors, Erin Szentesy and Jill Gastrock, explained how they over see the class by helping the student body staff make collaborative decisions on what stories to include in the yearbook. Two of the editors, Alexandria Mansfield and Alyssa Hampson, explained how choosing the photos and stories together is a very stressful task.

The following is a press release published directly from the Yearbook staff:

“The Nessmuk staff is already working hard on their current edition with a plan to picture as many students as possible at least three or more times in the book. They are also using the free Jostens ReplayIt mobile app and website to display even more students as many times as possible in both images and videos in their effort to tell as many stories as possible this year, with all material viewable anytime on ReplayIt and then saved for years of viewing in their Jostens digital Time Capsule.

This year’s book is being sold to students and families in the traditional method with payment by mail, online and by toll-free telephone along with sales initiatives in school. But unique this year is the opportunity for others such as relatives, friends, neighbors and more to make any payment of their choice of at least $15 toward a certain student’s order, or anyone in the community can make any payment they wish above $15 to a “community pledge” that will be used at school year’s end to help provide books for other deserving students to help reach the ultimate goal of a book for every student. Local business and personal advertisers will also have their contributions included in the community pledge.”

The yearbook staff has now begun a special Christmas gift holiday promotion, and would like to point out that a school yearbook will be kept for memories and enjoyment by students for many decades to come – a perfect holiday gift!

For more information, contact:
Jill Gastrock (jgastrock@wellsborosd.k12.pa.us)
Erin Szentesy (eszentesy@wellsboro.k12.pa.us)
Wellsboro High School by phone – (570)-724-3547
Or Scott Geesey/Jostens (scott.geesey@jostens.com)
by phone – (814)-422-8058.

Credits:

Writing: Morgan Koziar

 

Produced by Vogt Media

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