Bishop John Snyder High School yearbook, The Cardinal, made its debut when we opened our doors in 2002. It has grown from a black and white, 120 page book to a full-color, 220 page professional publication. The Cardinal, is produced by a group of dedicated students, enrolled in Visual Technology, who and are willing to put in their time and talent beyond the classroom.
Visual Technology is led by Yearbook Adviser, Mrs. Elizabeth Kerns. The course consists of 12 students who hold positions as editors, photographers and journalists. The curriculum also includes graphic design, marketing and business management. Advertising and sales are a significant part of funding the publication of The Cardinal Yearbook. The staff would greatly appreciate your support through purchasing a Student Tribute, advertising for your business, or ordering a yearbook. Please refer to the following tabs regarding Yearbook Sales, Business Ads, Senior Tributes, and Senior Quotes.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION & DATES
LEONARDS PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHY
Tuesday August 27, 2019 – Underclassmen
Back-to-School pricing / August – September
Standard Rates / October – December
Student Tributes cannot be purchased after the December 31st deadline.
For instructions on purchasing and designing a student tribute click here.
August 1 – September 30
October 1 – December 31
12th page featuring one photo and a 50 character message to anyone at Snyder. Each entry will be reviewed and approved. Please make sure what you are submitting is appropriate and most of all, kind!
SENIOR QUOTE CRITERIA
Check spelling and punctuation. Not sure? Use reference http://www.brainyquote.com/.
All quotes must be attributed to the original author. If you do not attribute the quote to the correct person, the yearbook staff will reject the quote and select a Bible verse for you.
Deacon Yazdiya have final approval of all quotes. If a quote is deemed inappropriate, a Bible verse for you.
If you do not provide the yearbook staff with a quote by the September 20th Deadline or you fail to meet any the criteria for quote submission, a Bible verse will be selected for you.
Type how many characters (not words) are in the quote. The quote cannot exceed 100 characters, including spaces, punctuation, and attribution. Use: Word/review tab/word count
“I am not afraid of storms for I am learning how to sail my ship.”
– Louisa May Alcott
*Senior quotes will be collected via survey, during English class the week of SEPTEMBER 16-20.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
YEARBOOK PRE-ORDER PRICING
$75 BACK-TO-SCHOOL SPECIAL / July – September 30th)
$90 Pre-order pricing online or through the front office / October 1st – March 31, 2020
$100 (April 1st end of online pre-order) Limited quantities will be available during distribution.
To PRE-ORDER The Cardinal Yearbook and accessories click on the following link
School Code: 14711 OR type in Bishop John J. Snyder High School and follow the prompts
For more information or questions please call (904) 771–1029 ext. 8953 or email email@example.com
The Cardinal Chronicles, the school paper for Bishop John J. Snyder High School, began in 2008, with the first issue being published in March 2009. It is headed by Ms. Kathryn Abbruzzese. The Cardinal Chronicles is run by the Graphics Design class, and it is free to students and staff. To keep the paper free, students sell ads to local businesses, learning about marketing and sales in the process.
The Cardinal Chronicles has won many awards throughout the years. The paper was awarded Best Overall Newspaper in 2010 from the Florida Times Union, and in 2011, also won all three places in advertising design. The Cardinal Chronicles also won ten awards in the Printing Association of Florida’s 2011 Florida Prints Awards, competing against high schools and colleges across the state of Florida. Those included the Judge’s Award, the Award of Excellence, and ten awards for graphic design.
Scholastic Journalism textbook’s 12th edition published the advertisement from Bishop Snyder’s prom issue (2011) designed by Emily Corrigan in August 2013. The caption read: “The Bishop Snyder newspaper staff uses two strong techniques to draw students to this tuxedo shop ad for the prom issue. The staff used real students as models for the tuxes, something that will most assuredly grab the reader’s attention. The inclusion of a coupon also increases the ad’s value for the reader. Some of the better newspaper staffs look for interactive ways such as these to tie the advertiser directly to the student body.”
For more information on advertising, email firstname.lastname@example.org.