Yearbook distribution starts at Spring Fling


Steven Kapulumba

Yearbook Club member Pyrrhon Mugenga trains his camera on fellow photographer Steven Kapulumba. Both students belong to the Class of 22.

2022 Concord High yearbooks will be distributed this Friday, May 27, during Spring Fling activities at Memorial Field.

Any student who preordered a yearbook must bring a printed ticket to collect a book. Tickets are being handed out this week during Advisory.

“The yearbook staff has worked hard to create a memorable book to document this year,” said Reading teacher Jen Speidel, who co-advises the yearbook staff with ELL teacher Gordana Varagic.

In some cases students may not be aware that parents ordered a yearbook for them. All students should check with Advisory teachers to be sure to collect their tickets.

There may be leftovers for sale on a first come, first served basis. The cost per book (color, hardbound) is $98. Speidel said only 50 extra copies were printed this year, and some of them have already been spoken for.

Any student unable to pick up a reserved yearbook during Spring Fling will have a chance to do so during lunch beginning Tuesday, May 31. Any extra copies will be sold until they’re gone.

“We also have a limited number of 2021, 2020, and 2019 yearbooks for sale for only $25 each,” Speidel said.