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Yearbooks Are Still On Sale!

The 2019-2020 school year has quickly proved to be an unforgettable year, for better or worse. From events being canceled to school ending for the year, 2020 has taken a toll on everyone. However, the memories made while we were in school are all stored in our yearbook for this year. You won’t want to pass up the opportunity to buy it!

This year, Ferguson’s yearbook team, Soar, has created a book like no other. The yearbook is clean, sophisticated, and the most aesthetically-pleasing yearbook Ferguson has ever had. The yearbook staff worked tirelessly to produce this year’s book and the results are beautiful.

To purchase this year’s amazing book, you can go on yearbookordercenter.com and put the code for our school, 498. With everything going on recently it is a great way to treasure and remember all the great memories you have made during the time we were at Ferguson. You have until the end of this school year to purchase the yearbook at $85. “Books are selling steadily, we still have plenty of books for everybody and we highly recommend for people to buy this book because it’s one of the nicer books we have done, it has a little surprise in it, it’s also a good remembrance of the crazy school year we’ve had,” said Mr. Lage, Ferguson’s journalism adviser. 

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