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Attention 8th Grade Parents!
 
The last day to turn in a tribute for your 8th grade student is next February 7th, 2019.  If you would like to add a tribute for your child, you will need to submit a photograph, a tribute of 55 words or less, and a check for $40 made out to Arroyo Seco.  Place all three in an envelope and either mail it in to the school or drop it off in the main office.  The envelope must say attn.: Bruce Tracy to make sure it goes to our yearbook adviser.
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Now is the time to honor your 8th grade child in this year's Arroyo Seco yearbook. We will be accepting tributes through February 7, 2019. We cannot accept tributes after that day because they need to be sent to the plant for printing. Please don’t submit tributes after that date, no matter how valid the excuse may be.  Once we go to printing, we cannot add pages.


Tributes are 1/8 of a page and appear at the back of the yearbook. They include a color photograph and a paragraph tribute (55 words or less). Tributes that are longer than 55 words will be edited by our editors to make them fit the 1/8 of a page. Simply send a check for $40 (made out to Arroyo Seco Junior High), a color photograph of your child, and a written tribute to:


Arroyo Seco Junior High School
ATTN: Bruce Tracy
27171 North Vista Delgado Drive
Valencia, CA 91354


We will only be offering 1/8 of a page tributes this year, so please do not send extra money and ask for a larger tribute. If you would like your picture returned to you, enclose a self addressed stamped envelope with your submission. Thank you in advance and we look forward to providing your child with a yearbook that will provide memories for a lifetime.

Purchasing a Yearbook

Be sure to preorder your own copy of our world famous and historically significant yearbook. There might not be any yearbooks available when they come in at the end of the year, so they must be preordered.
 
We order a yearbook for everyone who has pre-purchased one. We can't guarantee that there will be any yearbooks for sale at the end of the year, because we pay for the books in advance, and in order to maintain fiscal feasibility (we are not sure of that is really a word, but it sounds pretty cool), we can't order too many extra books and then hope to sell them.