New yearbook special offers “selfie”

Tori Bright, Journalist

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Order your yearbook before December 15 and get a “selfie” in the Yearbook! Yes, you can choose a picture you like to go in the 2018 yearbook on the “Selfies” page. There are a few guidelines for the selfie: It has to be a selfie and has to be appropriate. In addition, everyone in the selfie has to go to MHS. When you pay for your book, email the Selfie to Ms. Hinton at [email protected] To make sure it doesn’t get lost, put your name and the word “Selfie” on the subject line of the e-mail. You can order your book at Jostens.com or by paying Ms. Hinton. Also, if you have already bought your book, you can email in a Selfie, too, but be sure to put your name and the word “Selfie” on the subject line of the email. Some students are  excited about this new feature. Bianca Castillo said, “I am excited about how the yearbook is interpreting modern-day social media into it.”

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