All students must pay their remaining yearbook balance to the banker by the deadline on April 29.

“This year’s book is very special to me and I hope that my peers like and appreciate it as much as I do,” Editor-in-Chief Tamara Navarro said. “The theme is very colorful and I can honestly say that it’s one of the best books that we’ve produced as a staff.”

Payments can only be made before or after school or during both lunches. Students who are uncertain of their remaining balance may message journalism adviser Mr. Matthew LaPorte on Schoology.

“I can’t believe it’s already almost the end of the year; I can’t wait to see the yearbook to see everything that happened this year again,” senior Leslie Tran said.

Seniors who do not pay their balance by the deadline will not be able to graduate until that fine is paid in full. All other students who do not pay off their yearbook will meet with Mr. LaPorte to resolve the matter.

“Yearbooks are so sentimental and I honestly can’t wait until I get mine,” junior Tirso Repalda said.

The Howl yearbook staff will be hosting a signing party during 7th period for seniors and from 1:30 – 4 p.m. for underclassmen on May 18 for students who wish to receive their yearbook in advance. The cost is $5 and includes a black Sharpie, pizza and water.

“I’m very excited for the yearbook to finally make its debut,” business manager Emily Yu said. “This year, we incorporated more graphic elements that would make it more entertaining.”

All remaining purchased yearbooks will be distributed on May 23 from C117.

“We’ve [The Howl] been working on the yearbook for long; I’m so proud of the work we’ve done,” the Howl Copy Editor Miruel Talaro said. “I can’t wait to see the actual book since I’ve only seen it on the computer.”