YEARBOOK SENIOR QUOTES
Submit your 100 letter maximum quote (including spaces and punctuation marks) using this form (click here) before January 29, 2021
Guidelines for Senior Quotes
All Quotes need to follow the Guidelines below. Failure to follow guidelines will result in the exclusion of your quote.
- All quotes must be limited to the allotted characters/spaces total for the year. Yes, spaces between words count and need to be included (it changes each year).
- NO acronyms
- NO profanity, slang, obscene, offensive or inappropriate language
- NO references to cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, sex, gangs, gang-affiliated words or phrases and or cliques
- NO language that denigrates another person’s ethnicity, religious/ political beliefs, sexuality, gender, physical or mental ability etc.
- NO derogatory comments about the school, students, faculty or staff members
- NO shout-outs to or about other students or teachers. This rule is in place because of the potential of a quote offending the person it references. We do not have the time to check and keep records of who does and does not approve of being mentioned in another student’s quote.
- NO student or faculty may be quoted in the yearbook. There are many great quotes that can be reflective of you, you will find them.
- Your quote must be in Standard English. NO abbreviations, NO creative spelling or questionable/inappropriate content.
- All quotes are subject to review by administration and the yearbook staff. Failure to follow guidelines will result in the exclusion of your quote.
- If you are unsure as to whether or not your quote will be acceptable, please check with the yearbook adviser in room 923 during the third block or firstname.lastname@example.org
Due to the volume of students, not all questions may be answered. Over 300 seniors turn in Senior quotes. Nearly all of those students wait until the very last day to turn in their quote and nearly all of those students have a question because they did not take the time to read these guidelines!
** Make sure to add the quotation marks and the name of the person who is credited with the quote.
Your quote should be well chosen and represent your best assets, as it will record who you are for years to come. If the quote is ambiguous or may have a negative connotation, the editors, staff, and advisor reserve the final right to determine whether it is published in the yearbook.
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