Reveille is United South Central High School’s yearbook. The four main reasons for doing a yearbook are preserving memories, recording history, learning valuable skills for life, using it as a creative outlet and an information resource.
Working on the yearbook is a year-long activity that starts with camp in July and ends the following September when the printed book is delivered to the student body at school. Most of the planning is done at Jostens Yearbook Workshop or Camp. The theme is picked, developed, and coverage is decided.
As the school year starts and progresses, students work on the many different aspects of creating your yearbook. Some of the skills and activities students learn about and use are photography, desktop publishing software programs, writing, editing, researching, layout and design, business skills and sales.
Thank you to all the Reveille Supporters! We appreciate your financial backing. It helps keep costs down by half for all students who purchase a yearbook and it allows us to be more creative. Check out all the Navy, Red and Silver Supporters at left! Please support them!
|Contact: Terri Seedorf, 9-12 Advisor and Cheryl Koestler, 7-8 Adviser|