Yearbook almost sold out

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Living "Up the Hill" is different and special and the yearbook explores all the positives that come with attending a school situated at the top of a hill and a community that exists at 8,500 ft. Staffers also looked at some of the negatives, such as the long walks from the parking lots and all those stairs.

Christopher Downie

Living "Up the Hill" is different and special and the yearbook explores all the positives that come with attending a school situated at the top of a hill and a community that exists at 8,500 ft. Staffers also looked at some of the negatives, such as the long walks from the parking lots and all those stairs.

Christopher Downie

Christopher Downie

Living "Up the Hill" is different and special and the yearbook explores all the positives that come with attending a school situated at the top of a hill and a community that exists at 8,500 ft. Staffers also looked at some of the negatives, such as the long walks from the parking lots and all those stairs.

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121 yearbooks . . . that’s the number of books remaining for purchase as of Friday, February 23.

Once those books are sold, no more will be available.

Don’t miss out on this year’s exciting book. Staffers are using the app HP Reveal to enhance storytelling and at least one story on every spread has a video attached.

Pictures marked with a special arrow throughout the book (and coming soon to the print newspaper) can come to life with the HP Reveal app.

Check the spirit wall outside the newsroom and try out the app. Seven pictures are currently featured and each has a movie to add to the storytelling.

Books costs $80 and can be purchased online through JeffcoConnect and from Mrs. McDermond in the Financial Office.

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