Create Your Own Yearbook Pages

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Legacy High School is a beta school for Taylor Publishing’s  new “Yearbook Plus” program. The program, set to launch to all Taylor schools next year, allows students who purchased a yearbook create 4-32 pages using their own photos and captions.

“The process is similar to making memory books at Walgreen’s or ShutterFly,” Yearbook Adviser Leland Mallett said. “It’s fairly simple and inexpensive.”

According to Mr. Mallett, the cost is about a dollar a page. Once a student finishes building pages and purchases with a credit card, the supplement will ship directly to the purchaser’s home. The packet has a adhesive strip so the pages can be added to the yearbook – set to arrive May 24.

“It’s a great way to get more of you in your yearbook,” Mr. Mallett said. “While we try our best to include everyone, there simply isn’t enough room in the book. The supplement is a perfect fix.”

The Yearbook Plus program is currently set up and running. Students who bought a yearbook can log in, via the sidebar on therideronline.com, and create a user account and start the process.

Students or parents who would like assistance with the program, which is still in a beta process, can come to the journalism room Tuesday May 11 and 18 after school. Yearbook students will assist with the creation of pages. The program will be available until mid-June for anyone who would like to build a graduation or spring sport playoff supplement.