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Memory Book

William Reid School is excited to offer our first, annual school-wide Memory Book for purchase by parents. The full color book will be compiled by a special group of teachers and administrators and will include:

  • Lifetouch individual student photos
  • Candid in-school photographs from every class/grade
  • Photographs from school-wide events such as Halloween, Carnaval and Semaine de la Francophonie
  • Extra pages for our Kindergarten and Grade 4 students in celebration of their milestone year at William Reid School

Memory Books are ordered and paid for in advance from the Lifetouch website, and will be distributed to families from September 2022. This allows photographs and memories from the entire school year to be included.

The cost to purchase is $20 and to order follow the instructions from the Lifetouch website. Enter the YEARBOOK ID of 14464822

Please note: Lifetouch individual student photos are automatically included in the Memory Book per the School District Use of Personal Information form shared with parents at the beginning of the school year. However, if you have indicated No on the Consent for CBE Use of Student Information form, your child(ren WILL NOT be included in any other photographs. We have a list of a small number of families who have not given consent, so please call to check if you are unsure, to complete the form indicating that consent is given and return to the school.

Questions? Want to help with compiling the Memory Book? Send an email to williamreid@cbe.ab.ca

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