Bullard 2020-21 Yearbook

Bullard 2020-21 Yearbook

Ciann Roman

Nearly one year has passed since the Covid-19 lockdown began, so how is Bullard creating our yearbook away from school? According to Bullard’s Yearbook Director, Heather Ramos, it has been a long and hard road, but the outcome is spectacular. 

With no chance of returning to school for its first semester, the yearbook students got off to a bumpy start. There were no active clubs, sports, or classes on campus to photograph and write about. With only one senior activity, Senior Sunrise, early in the year, it was not until October that students started actively participating in the school events. At that point the yearbook crew needed to get all their information online through the students and teachers that hosted the events, but once again another issue was created; waiting for sources to reply and give the images or info that the yearbook crew needed. Every page within the yearbook has always been unique and fun, but without the students and teachers help, there would not be a yearbook worth getting. 

As of right now the yearbook crew have almost completed the 2020-2021 yearbook. For students wondering how they can further help the process, make sure you are checking your Teams chats and emails, especially seniors. For those wanting to know where they can purchase the yearbook, go to https://bullardyearbook.carrd.co/. The yearbook is $75 right now for those who want to purchase one early. That price will only last until the 15th of March, after that the yearbook will be $90.