December 9, 2009 / News

Middle School puts yearbooks in 50-year time capsule

Written by Evan Blackwell, CJE

As part of an on-going 50th anniversary celebration at their school this year, students at Nettle Middle School in Haverhill, Mass., will be placing school yearbooks and other items in a time capsule on Friday, which won’t be opened until 2059.

The school held a 50th anniversary celebration ceremony earlier this week, and allowed visitors to come view the contents of the time capsule, including a chance to flip through the school’s old yearbooks.

As outlined in this account from the local newspaper, The Eagle-Tribune, students had a great time going through the historical materials and writing letters for the time capsule.

Has your school, or community, ever tried the time capsule idea before?

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Evan Blackwell, CJE

Evan Blackwell, CJE, is the Marketing Automation Supervisor for Walsworth. He's been a writer, editor and web content specialist for Walsworth for the past 15+ years, and is the author of the Yearbook Suite's "The Art of the Interview" unit. Prior to joining Walsworth, Blackwell spent five years as an award-winning newspaper and magazine journalist. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Kansas.