Senior Class Supplementing Yearbooks


Lauren Teixeira

Seniors Kellie Salmond and Destiny Lavertue pose in front of last year’s yearbook

Lauren Teixeira, Editor of Editorials

Class officers for the Class of 2018 have announced the class will supplement $40 towards each yearbook, providing a significant savings for seniors.

“Depending on when the senior buys their yearbook, they could pay as low as $20,” says class advisor Kerry Valentine.

The breakdown, provided by Amber Kumpulanian, the teacher advisor to Yearbook Club, says that from Oct. to Jan. 1, yearbooks will cost $60 for underclassmen, with the supplemented price for seniors being $20.

After that, from Jan. 2 to March 1, the price will be raised to $70 and seniors will only have to cover $30. After March 1, yearbooks will cost $90 for underclassmen and $50 for seniors.

“It’s our senior year and we have a considerable amount of money in our account due to our activities and fundraisers from the previous year,” says senior class treasurer, Hannah Martin. “We know this year is going to be expensive for seniors so we are happy to be able to help since the class has the extra money right now.”

The earlier seniors buy the yearbooks, the better the deal. Supplementing the yearbooks has raised positive feedback as seniors find the new price a more comfortable amount to pay.

“This makes me want to buy a yearbook more as it’s more affordable than the original $60,” says senior Kellie Salmond.

Students can buy their yearbooks online at using Ludlow High School’s code 5035 or bring check or cash to Mrs. Kumpulanian in E201. This year’s yearbook theme will be “In a Flash.”