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YEARBOOKS ARE STILL AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE!
Cost is $35 during the spring semester! 


Yearbooks are available for purchase throughout the school year from the school store, front office or through Mrs. Williams. In order to secure a Yearbook for your student, please purchase before Spring Break. After Spring Break, Yearbook orders will be "first come, first serve" until the stock is sold out.

The LSMS Yearbook is a 64 page, full-color book with a hard cover.
The Yearbook includes school and staff portraits, as well as candid photos, a sports section, band, orchestra, and choir photos, student clubs, and fun events to represent our school.

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INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS IN THE YEARBOOK CLASS
Students in the class will spend this year learning to plan, design, layout, and develop a professional publication while creating the Lone Star Middle School Yearbook for the current school year.

Interested in joining Yearbook? Here are the requirements:
*8th grade student
*GPA of 3.5
*Good attendance
*Participation in assigned tasks during extracurricular hours to photograph school events
*Able to represent our school and staff in a positive, respectful manner 

Parent Letter 
Parent Letter.pdf

Class Calendar
Calendar.pdf

Course Overview & Grading
Students will be assigned work to contribute to the publication of the LSMS Yearbook and slideshow videos. These assignments will include taking photos, submitting photos on time, cropping and editing photos for the publication, and drafting and designing layouts. They will learn to work as a team, brainstorm ideas, keep track of multiple tasks, and act as editors for each other.  

Students will participate in warm-up tasks, assignments, and quizzes to evaluate their skills, and be graded upon their successful completion and meeting deadlines. Late work for grading will be accepted up to 1 week after deadline, HOWEVER, 
Yearbook students will be expected to meet publication deadlines in January and March. This level of responsibility and professionalism is critical to the overall publication of the Yearbook.