“It’s always important to preorder your yearbook early, but especially this year,” said the school’s yearbook adviser, Jacob Elbert. “With all of the new procedures in place, it’ll be easy to let this year’s due date sneak up on you.”
Senior ads do not include the purchase of a book. They are only available to the class of 2021 and in school organizations looking to represent their seniors. Ads come in full, half, and quarter-page options. Upon purchase, the yearbook’s senior ad manager will contact you and begin building the ad. Throughout the process, you will be contacted with updates and proofs to keep you involved in the design process.
“It was overall a pretty painless experience,” said senior graduate Rudy Fabre. “I would highly recommend it. Getting to read the note my parents left when I received my book at the end of the year was truly special.”
Klein Cain’s yearbook staff strives to have everyone in the yearbook. If you fail to take your school picture in person, you may not be included in the final version of the yearbook. The portrait used in the yearbook is available free of charge, but there are more packages available through the Prestige photo option. All senior portraits at Klein Cain will be taken on a gray background with tux and drape. If seniors do not sit for their photo they will not be in the 2020-2021 yearbook People section.
“The Prestige experience was relatively easy and I’m glad I got it out of the way early,” said senior Sara Davidson. “Be sure to go before the deadline!”
This year, the yearbook is $80. Those who are interested in purchasing a book must do so by Mar. 1 or they will not be guaranteed a yearbook.