LCHS yearbooks offered by mail, online
Lincoln County High School is offering another way to purchase the best book of the year, the 2013-14 Falcon Yearbook, directly through the mail or online.
In partnership with Jostens, the school’s yearbook printer, LCHS is offering a program for purchasing yearbooks from the home.
“This simple method will eliminate the need for students to bring money to the school and allow parents the opportunity to discuss purchase decisions with students at home,” said Edie Martin, English teacher and yearbook adviser. “Yearbook purchases will be made through the mail, Internet, or by simply calling a toll-free service hotline, 1-866-282-1516.
“Additionally, a special feature of this program allows parents the option of an installment payment plan.”
In October, students should have received complete details on the 2013-14 yearbook, available accessories and ordering instructions.
“The price will increase throughout the year, so jump on those early bird prices,” Martin said.
Produced under Martin’s direction, the LCHS 2013-14 yearbook staff members are Paige Cranfill, Savanna Erath as the business editor, Thomas Frye, Kirby Gatlin, Becca Hicks, Kayla Hicks, Jake Lewter, Alicia Lones, Karen Martinez, Paige McAlister, Mattie McCulloch, Alexus Neal-Thomas as editor, Kayley Russell, Megan Shelton as editor, Taylor Simmons, Ashley Stevenson, Brandy Thompson, Jessica Tittle, Rebecca Yumul, Molly Smith, Meg Hillis, Matt Parker, and Jacob Barcsansky as sports editor.
For more information, contact Martin at (931) 433-6505.