Our yearbooks are completely created and designed by a small group of Grade 4 and 5 students. They develop the theme, write the story line, create the clip arts, and design the pages. Using school laptops, Yearbook Club members learn how to use our online yearbook‐making software, manage digital picture files, apply basic design and layout techniques, and take digital pictures! The Club is managed by parent volunteers.
Club Meeting Dates: Weekly meetings from January to beginning of April. The day and time will be decided soon. No meetings over spring break. Please do not apply, if you are planning on being unavailable on 2 or more sessions. Attendance is crucial. Depending on our progress and in order to finish the book we might meet for two hours per session in March and/or April (TBD).We will also offer extra non-mandatory sessions before school if necessary.
- Location: TPES Library
- Day and time: T.B.A
- Starts: January 8th, 2014
- Ends: mid-April, 2014
- Cost: Free
APPLICATIONS FORMS WILL BE AVAILABLE IN NOVEMBER.
Application process and deadline will be announced in the e-twig.
The students will be coached by one or two parents from the yearbook committee during the weekly meetings.
If you have any questions, please contact Laurence Cagnon.
858-736-6925 (no text please, only phone calls)
4th and 5th graders can submit an application.
Click on the link below to download the Yearbook
APPLICATION TO JOIN THE 2013-2014 yearbook club .docx
meetings will be held on Wednesdays from 1 PM to 2 PM in the TPES library. We
will start meeting the first week of January.
will only accept 6 to 8 students, applications will be judged and ranked
for creativity and literacy, so don’t rush to fill your application. If we have
too many applications, we won’t be able to accept everyone. With similar
ranking, 5th graders will have priority on 4th graders.
need to be returned to the office by Friday December 6th, at 8:30 AM. No
application will be accepted past this deadline.
advantage of the Thanksgiving break to design fantastic applications, have fun,
and good luck.
You can contact Laurence Cagnon
via e-mail at TPESyearbook213@gmail.com
or 858-736-6925 if you need more
3rd, 4th and 5th graders, we need you!
The yearbook committee is excited to launch TPES first yearbook cover contest.
See the attached flyer for instructions. Yearbook.docx
Sharpen you pencils, take out your colors, and put on your imagination hat to submit your original art on an 81/2 x11 page. Don’t miss the December 6th deadline!
Good luck all,
The yearbook committee.
2010-2011 YEAR BOOK Theme: Diary of a TPES Kid
2009-2010 YEAR BOOK Theme: Mission Excellence