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    Announcements re: 2020-21 Yearbook
    Posted on 11/02/2020
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    Updated Friday, 11/20 - Yearbook portraits and Gender Pronoun Survey are now due Monday, January 4, 2021. Students are encouraged to complete the Gender Pronoun Survey as soon as possible.

    Please note these important announcements and the deadline for completion. Please email with any questions.

    Announcement 1: Yearbook Portraits DUE MONDAY, JANUARY 4th

    All 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students will take and submit their own yearbook portraits. (If you have a senior class mentorship, skip to the sentence beginning with "Seniors...") 

    The yearbook editors have created a helpful video tutorial that carefully walks students through each step of the process: Nathan Hale Yearbook Portrait Tutorial (2020-2021)

    Alternatively, the same instructions also appear in the form of this infographic: How to Submit Your Own Yearbook Portrait

    Seniors have a unique set of instructions for submitting senior portraits. CLICK HERE to view them.

    All grade levels must have their portraits submitted by Monday, January 4, 2021.

    Announcement 2: Gender Pronouns in the Yearbook DUE MONDAY, JANUARY 4th!

    In collaboration with Pride Club, the yearbook staff is including gender pronouns in the yearbook for the first time. This survey, which begins with a short message from Pride Club and Yearbook, is for you to tell us what pronouns you use and your preferred name.

    Though the deadline is Monday, January 4th, please complete this as soon as possible!

    Note: If you would prefer not to have your pronouns included in the yearbook, please take the survey anyway and select "I do not want my gender pronouns to appear in the yearbook" when you get to question #5.

    Yearbook Gender Pronoun Form

    Announcement 3: The Yearbook Staff Wants to Include You in the Yearbook

    Finally, the yearbook staff is working tirelessly to create a yearbook that reflects the entire school and includes all students, despite operating remotely. We need your help! Please check out the pages we show you today, which are regularly updated with opportunities to submit photos, take polls / surveys, and contact us to comment on a story or topic.

    If you have an Instagram account, you can follow the yearbook staff on Instagram. This is our centralized location for all yearbook information (including opportunities to appear in the yearbook): @nhhs_yearbook2020

    In case you don't have an Instagram account, the same information is cross-posted on our Carrd page:

    Please contact us if you have any questions about these announcements or about other yearbook information.

    Instagram: @nhhs_yearbook2020