• The Yearbook Staff would love to hear from you. Join in on the conversation and send us your review.

    What our parents, students, and staff are saying about this year's publication.


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    "We loved the yearbook this year. It came out great! Thank you for working so hard on it." HAVE A GREAT SUMMER - Anabelle

     

     

     

     


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  • UPDATE: July 1, 2020

    Hello WSMS Families,

    If you were unable or missed picking-up your yearbook on June 24, the office will reopen on July 21 and yearbooks may be picked up anytime after that date.

    Currently, we have 13 books left in inventory. If you would like to purchase a copy of this year's book, please fill out the waiting list to the right. Once your name is on the list you will receive an invoice via the email you provided. You will have 72 hours to visit the student store, pay for your book (you must use your child credentials-user name & password), and pick-up your copy.

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    Thank you for your continued patience as we work through this year's challenges. Next year's book will go on sale beginning August 1.

    Kind regards,

    Mrs. Scott-Pease 


    June 23, 2020 

    Dear WSMS Community, 

    There is no such thing as a perfect yearbook. Let me say that again. 

    There’s no such thing as a perfect yearbook!” 

    Just the sheer size of the project and the thousands of quotes, pictures, names, and bits of information make it impossible for everything to be 100% accurate. Heck, look at Game of Thrones. Even with a 15-million dollar budget and two years of production, almost 40 pairs of eyeballs missed a coffee cup sitting by Daenerys Targaryen. 

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    The yearbook is not a perfect publication. Your book was created by imperfect teenagers, students learning on the job, and volunteers. It just so happens their mistakes are put on public display for the world to see…FOREVER! 

    But just like we do not chastise the lead actress for flubbing lines in the school play. Or call out the linebacker for missing tackles, let us not attack our student photographers either. Let’s not use social media as a weapon to decimate students. Let us not vilify teenagers who worked for months, creating a product for the school community. 

    Regardless of all the hard work, pictures that were taken, and fact-checking, there will still be imperfections. 

    If you have serious concerns, please reach out to me privately. 

    Kind regards,  

    Mrs. Scott-Pease

    WSMS Yearbook Adviser 

     

     

2020 Yearbook Cover

2020 Cover Design
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