Woodland Regional High School’s yearbook staff is sponsoring a “Color your Cover Contest” for Yearbook 2017. In order to get more people involved in school activities, Yearbook staff is sponsoring an event for students and faculty to create a painting, photo, graphic design, doodle, hand drawing, or another art form depicting the 2016-2017 school year.
The winning cover will be scanned and sent to become the official 2016-2017 yearbook cover. The winner of the contest will receive their yearbook free of charge as their prize.
There is a lot of promising talent in Woodland, so the yearbook staff hopes the cover will come out well. Yearbook staff is looking for creativity.
“This year I wanted to integrate more parts of Woodland that you don’t usually see,” says Julia Caruso, Yearbook editor. “I thought that this would be a good way to encompass that.”
Students are not obligated to create the cover on their own, one cover can feature many artists. However, there are few requirements for an entry.
Some of the requirements include:
- The designs must pertain to Woodland.
- The designs must incorporate features relating to 2016-2017.
- No vulgar language, violence, or inappropriate depiction.
- All designs must be created on 11 ¼” by 18” template or template paper provided in the library.
If no submissions meet the requirements, yearbook staff will have to design the cover themselves as they have done in the past. The deadline for this contest is November 10, 2016. See Julia Caruso or Mr. Jim Amato with any questions.