Seymour High School selling leftover yearbooks


Ever wished you had kept a copy of your old high school yearbooks?

After doing a little spring cleaning, Seymour High School has a lot of yearbooks to sell. There are multiple copies of some editions of The Patriot starting with 2015 and going back as far as 1983. Not every year is available, and some years only have one copy.

The yearbooks are leftovers that never sold during their year of production, said current yearbook adviser Melissa Lake.

“We want them gone,” she said.

The cost is $10 per book. Only cash payments are being accepted.

“We need them to be purchased and moved out because the yearbook room is being renovated and they are taking up valuable workspace,” Lake said. “It is time for them to find a new home.”

All money raised will go back into the yearbook fund to offset the cost of yearbooks for current students and also to replenish the fund that was used to purchase the books when they were produced.

A yearbook can make a great gift for someone who didn’t purchase one when they were in school or has lost them since, Lake said.

Anyone wanting to purchase a yearbook can call the school at 812-522-4384 to see if it is still available. Payments can be made at the high school main office.

Yearbook sales will continue through May 21 or until they are all sold, whichever comes first.

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