2020–2021 Yearbook

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Yearbooks need you!

Yearbook Needs YOUR PHOTOS!!

9th-graders: upload your “Class” photos now.

Churchill High School and Yearbook Staff need the help of Lancer Nation! We have got a great start on this year’s Yearbook: Out of the Blue – a Year Like No Other! Now we need your photos to help fill it up! Were even have topics to help you make your contributions!

  1. Look around and see what photos you have of what students have been doing during COVID-19!
  2. Then go to www.HJeShare.com, where you will need to enter the access code: Churchill7135.
  3. Next, you will be asked to provide basic contact info. Then, you will have the choice  to “Upload General Photos” or “Upload a Student Portrait”

The “Student Portrait” option is ONLY for “class photos,” and you will be prompted to provide student info (name and grade)

The “General Photos” option is for ALL OTHER photos, whether it’s sports, COVID life, or whatever! Please be sure to include the name(s) of students who are in the photo(s), along with a description of what is in the photo(s) including any keywords or topics – see the topic list below!

Yearbook Topics

Here is a list of the topics we have so far – send any pics that fit the topics! There’s something for everyone!

Student quotes about the topics can be sent to squires_d@4j.lane.edu be sure to include the student’s name!

10 things you must do 1st person I want to hug Athlete profile
Binge-watching Boredom busters Bucket list items
Celebrations during COVID College Search Crazy Quarantine Stories
Daily Routines Essential Workers Exercise/working out
Family Businesses Family “Hang Time” Fave Quarantine Recipes
Fave Books Fave Movies Food We Cooked
Friend Groups/Quarantine Bubbles Friends/staying Connected Future Plans
Gaming/Gamers Good Jokes (clean!) Grow up/Glow up
Groceries & Take-out Food Helpers Helpful Technology
Hobbies pick up during COVID Holidays in Lockdown Holiday Baking
Restaurants during COVID Impulse Buys In 10 Years… (Seniors)
Insta Posts Joys & Struggles Learning to drive
Last “Normal” Photos before COVID Mask fashion Mental Health
Musicians Valentine’s Day New Year’s Resolutions
Sports during COVID People working at home Popular Community Spots
Pets we got during COVID Quarantine “Chic”/Style Quarantine Hair
Quarantine Activities Quarantine Quotes Quarantine Trends
School assignments at home Student Leadership School Spirit
Secret Talents Silver Linings (good things about COVID) Staycations
Staying Positive Sunrise/Sunset Student Art
Student “Workspaces” Student with Jobs Tech Woes
Thank Yous & Goodbyes The 2-week “Freeze” Travel
Throwback Pics Weather Woes Winter Activities
Spring Activities Zoom Classes Guilty Pleasures
“Dear Corona” Letters Lawn signs/banners Things we missed

IMPORTANT! Here are the official CHS guidelines for submitting appropriate and acceptable portraits (and general photos):

Churchill High School and Yearbook Staff hold personal freedom of expression in high regard.

We respect our students as individuals who have a right to be their true selves as long as that does not infringe on the rights and freedoms of others. While we want all students and families to submit Class Pictures that they are happy with, we do have certain guidelines we ask everyone to follow:

  • Portraits should have an aspect ratio of 4w x 6h (vertically oriented.)
  • Portraits should have a resolution of 300 dpi (most professional photographers already do this.)
  • General Photos do not have to be 300 dpi! They also do not have to be vertically oriented.
  • Clothing should be school-appropriate.
  • Please do not include firearms or any other items not allowed at school
  • Please do not submit portraits with the student draping the flag around the shoulders, or any part of the body for that matter.

~ U.S. official flag etiquette states that the flag itself should not be worn as clothing; according to Section §176 of the Flag Code, “The flag should never be used as wearing apparel, bedding, or drapery. It should never be festooned, drawn back, nor up, in folds, but always allowed to fall free.”


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