Yearbook Club

Joining the Yearbook Club

Students will learn many valuable skills while creating the Nelson Mandela Yearbook. The club meets weekly at lunch throughout the year. We are in charge of production, organization, and distribution of the school's yearbook. There is a place for everyone on the yearbook staff, whether they are interested in designing, writing, photography, or public relations. 

Throughout the school year students also help out with various other yearbook-related tasks which includes: selling yearbooks, working on promotions, and eventually yearbook distribution. Students of all grade levels are encouraged to join and help to make it a success!


If students wish to place an order for the optional yearbook please go to https://ybpay.lifetouch.ca/Order/SelectJob and search for Nelson Mandela or use 13983220 as the school code.


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