Yearbooks go on sale, senior ads


Dylan Schohn, Co-Editor

The BHS yearbook staff will be selling yearbooks in the cafeteria for 70 dollars starting on Feb. 24 and going until the 28 during lunch.

Senior Yearbook Co-Editor Grace Haug said, “I know I am excited for the yearbook this year as we have been working really hard on them and I think the books will look great.”

Senior ads will also be sold until Feb. 28. A business card size ad will be 50 dollars. Forms will more information will be handed out to seniors in BUC CLUB on Feb. 18.

To purchase a senior ad, talk to a yearbook staff member or talk to Yearbook Adviser Mrs. Kathy Jerbi.

Junior Yearbook Editor Lizbeth Garduno said, “Having a yearbook is like having a book of memories to look back on whenever you want and a book to see what the past school year was like. That’s why buying a yearbook is important.”

Senior Yearbook Co-Editor Lexi Vermies said, “Students should buy a yearbook every year because buying just one could in the future turn out to not be as smart as it seemed while you were in high school.”