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Apr 9, 2020 |

Middle School Yearbook Updates!

Good News! To make your lives (a little) easier and to see memories of a time before… all of this…we will now have student yearbooks shipped directly to your home!

See the information below to make sure you receive your 2019-20 middle school yearbook:

  • Have you already ordered a yearbook? Please follow these instructions on how to update your order to include your address (otherwise it will still be sent to the school).
  • Not Yet Ordered the Yearbook/Need to set up a new account? Please order your yearbook and enter your address at checkout.

Need the School Passcode?: 1013793589404913

  • The shipping fee is set at $2.99.
  • When will the students receive their yearbooks? Students will receive their yearbooks around June 5th, the last day of school.
  • Students will have the ability to autograph/sign others’ yearbooks virtually—more on that soon.

This is a busy and stressful moment in life right now and we thank you so much for helping us make sure students receive their yearbook.

If you have any questions or trouble updating your address, contact TreeRing support at or 877-755-TREE.

If you have any questions regarding this email or general Yearbook questions feel free to email Nia directly at

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