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East Bernard High School recognized for yearbook
DALLAS â€” The East Bernard High School yearbook staff has been recognized by Balfour Yearbooks for capturing the moments of the year in words and pictures. The East Bernard High School yearbook is featured in the 2016 Yearbook Yearbook, an annual collection of superior student work. The yearbook adviser is Laura Kubena.
"Congratulations to every school featured in this 30th edition," Editor Marilyn Scoggins said. "As journalists, we tell stories both visually and verbally. I have been privileged to edit this inspiration piece for the past 11 years, and I am humbled by your efforts to tell your stories well. Being selected tor Yearbook
Yearbook is like being handed an Oscar, an acknowledgement of exceptional work. Every staff featured can take pride in knowing their work will be an inspiration for other student journalists. We honor the best of the best in this edition of Yearbook Yearbook."
Yearbooks published by Balfour were evaluated in one or more of the following areas: theme development, layout design, photo content, secondary packages and cover design. The 2016
Yearbook Yearbook showcases 2015 yearbooks. East Bernard High School's outstanding work earned a Best recognition in Yearbook Yearbook. Balfour honors fewer than one percent of yearbook staffs with this distinction.
Balfour is a premier provider of school spirit and recognition products for students, military personnel and professional sports teams nationwide. Headquartered in Austin, Balfour has sold yearbooks, class rings, graduation products, varsity letter jackets, athletic championship (professional and amateur), military products, and affinity jewelry for nearly 100 years. Balfour is owned by Commemorative Brands Inc., a company of American Achievement Corp.
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