Yearbook photos due by December 6, 2019

Class of 2020 - your senior photo must be turned into the yearbook staff by December 6, 2019

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The submission deadline for senior portraits to be published in the yearbook is 11:59pm, December 6, 2019.

To submit your portrait, send a JPEG file with your name in the subject line to the Echo Yearbook staff at [email protected] You will receive a confirmation email after the photo is received. Ensure your name is spelled/capitalized/etc. exactly as you would like it to appear.

Photos do not need to be professional, but must follow the guidelines set forth in the Parent Student Handbook, Section II, Page 7. A copy of the handbook can be found at https://www.dbqschools.org/parents/documents/parent-student-handbook/.

If you do not submit a photo and an ID photo is available, the ID photo will be used at no charge.

Submitted photos turned in after the deadline will incur a late charge that must be paid before the photo will be included. For the 2019-20 school year, this charge is $35. The amount is determined by our publishing company and must be paid for changes to be made to a page after a deadline has passed. Any photos turned in after February 1, 2020 will not be included in the book.

Books are $50 and may be ordered via the Student Payment Portal through 11:59pm, March 31, 2020. Orders may also be placed at the Business Office.

If you would like to purchase a Senior Ad in the yearbook, contact Ms. Jackman at the email address listed below. A yearbook ad is space in the yearbook devoted to pictures, messages, quotes, etc. that a family chooses to recognize their student(s). Ads are available in a variety of sizes and price points. Senior ad information must be received no later than February 1, 2020.

For any questions related to photos, email Mrs. Jackman at [email protected] If you are unsure if you purchased a book, check the Student Payment Portal or contact the Business Office. The yearbook advisor does not have access to that information.