It’s yearbook time, picture time

By D’Asia Jackson
Garinger is putting out its 100th yearbook edition of Snips ‘n Cuts and the yearbook staff is working hard to release its greatest book yet.
The yearbook of 2012-2013 theme is “Back to our Roots,” which stems from the students of the present taking a trip back to the past as they learn about the great campus of Garinger High School and Central High School.
The cover of the yearbook will be a collage of the past yearbook covers to represent and show Garinger’s past while coming together to celebrate the future. The yearbook might even have pictures of alumni who have watched Garinger’s campus expand and grow to what it is today.
Snips ‘n Cuts will be sold during each week starting Dec. 3. The books will cost $45 until Feb.4 and after that the prices are expected to rise. Students can get their name stamped on the book for an extra $5.
Posters and flyers are posted all around the school, in the cafeteria and in the library. Cash and money orders are the only forms of payment accepted for the yearbooks, so please do not bring a personal check.
If purchasing the year books in school isn’t something you want to do,you can buy them online at
Garinger needs to sell 150 books in order to publish a yearbook, so help is much appreciated. Help make this 100th edition of Garinger High School’s yearbook its best yet!