ATTENTION CLASS OF 2020!!!
Click the headline to see the schedule for MAJOR CLASS PHOTOS for the 2020 Senior Yearbook. All majors must meet in the rear of the first-floor auditorium on the date of their scheduled photo. IT IS HIGHLY RECOMMENDED THAT YOU SHOW UP 10 MINUTES BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED TIME SO THAT THE PHOTOGRAPHER CAN LINE EVERYONE UP.
3:45 Aerospace Engineering
4:05: Mechatronics and Robotics
3:45: LIU Pharm D
3:55: Chemical Engineering4:15: Software Engineering
4:05: Social Science Research
4:25 Electrical Engineering
*Friday, October 25*
3:45 Architectural Engineering
3:55: Environmental Science
4:05 Applied Mathematics
4:25: Biological Sciences
*Monday, October 28*
4:05 LIU Advanced Health Professions
4:25: Law and Society
No majors can reschedule their appointment for a different day or time or swap with another major. THIS SCHEDULE IS FINAL.
If a major is using props, signs, costumes, etc. they must be prepared beforehand and available at the scheduled photo time. We will not wait or delay the photo shoot so a major can get signs made, props set up, etc.. WE ARE STARTING EXACTLY AT THE SCHEDULED TIME!
All signs, props and people in the photo must be dressed and behave appropriately, in accordance with Department of Education regulations. Therefore objects like fake guns, offensive language, gang signs or inappropriate attire will not be tolerated. Concealing one’s identity is also not permitted.
STUDENTS ARE ONLY PERMITTED TO PARTICIPATE IN THEIR RESPECTIVE MAJOR PHOTO. ANY STUDENT THAT SNEAKS INTO THE PHOTO OF ANOTHER MAJOR, OR DOES NOT BELONG TO THE 2019 GRADUATING CLASS, WILL FORFEIT THEIR OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THE GOLD AND SILVER SENIOR DUES PACKAGE (WHICH INCLUDES THE YEARBOOK). IN ADDITION THESE STUDENTS WILL BE DENIED PERMISSION TO ATTEND SCHOOL SPONSORED EXTRA-CURRICULAR EVENTS LIKE THE SENIOR TRIPS. THE RUINED MAJOR PHOTO WILL BE USED AS EVIDENCE IN SUCH CASES.
The major photo process should be a fun and exciting part of your senior year. Please help to ensure that your major is reflected positively and accurately in the 2020 Senior Yearbook.
Mr. Johnston, Yearbook Advisor