2019 Ark City High School yearbook now available

Arkansas City High School yearbook Mirror staff included Syghler Lambdin, Mirror adviser Chris Naylor, Kaitlynn Stone, Heaven Zeltner, Kamryn Mendoza, Nevaeh Nichols and ACHS Teacher Alyssa Rabiola.

Last year’s Arkansas City High School yearbook is now available for pick-up. 

The 111th volume of the Mirror, titled “Shining Brighter Together,” was picked up from Herff Jones Yearbook plant by Mirror staff members, who also got to tour the plant. The 2019 staff was comprised of 21 students under the advisement of Chris Naylor and the leadership of editor-in-chief Allison Pinion, a 2019 ACHS graduate.

Current students can pick up their pre-purchased yearbooks from 3:15 to 4 p.m. in Naylor’s classroom, room No. 123 at ACHS. They can also be picked up during the high school’s advisory classes.

Students who have already graduated can have their younger siblings pick up their copy or can arrange to pick it up in the ACHS main office by emailing Naylor at chris.naylor@usd470.com.

Students who haven’t purchased a yearbook may still do so, but supplies are limited and no additional books will be printed. Yearbooks can be paid for with cash or a check made out to “ACHS Mirror.”

“This was my first year as adviser for the ACHS Mirror and I couldn’t have asked for a better staff,” Naylor said. “While there were stressful times for us all, it was a great year, and we’re excited about how the book turned out. It will definitely be a book to remember.”

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