The 2020-2021 Yearbook is on Sale!
Due to the ongoing pandemic canceling or postponing many planned activities for the foreseeable future, making a yearbook in these times of uncertainty may seem to be a daunting task. However, our Ferguson yearbook staff, Soar, is working tirelessly to make it happen. Don’t let the opportunity of cherishing these unique moments pass you by! Although a bit different, it will still be equally as special, and a summary of an overall unforgettable year.
The book can be ordered at www.yearbookordercenter.com , using the school code 498. The yearbook staff has been posting updates on their Instagram page, @fergyearbook, including some surveys students can complete if they want to be featured in the yearbook. Most of the topics portrayed in this year’s edition are based on highlighting student life during the pandemic, and how drastically this year has altered it, so be sure to share your experiences.
This year’s yearbook highlights an unprecedented time in history, and buying it is a good way of remembering, and looking back at the great times we have had as Falcons, despite everything going on around us. Sales start at $75.00, going up to $85.00 at the end of the school year.
“Yearbook sales are happening. It’s important to buy the yearbooks ahead of time because the prices are going to go up. This is a special yearbook because it stores an unprecedented time for all students. A time that we all want to remember” stated Mr. Lage, Ferguson’s journalism advisor.
Therefore, it is safe to say that our staff is pushing on with the yearbook, so make sure to preorder it in the link above before they sell out. It will still invoke the same memories and spirit of the school year, although a bit different.
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