Seattle-area high school turns up the yearbook sales
Written by Evan Blackwell, CJE
For generations, the yearbook has been a valued item at Renton High School in suburban Seattle.
Unfortunately, according to the Reporter article, Renton’s yearbook sales struggled in recent years with the downturn in the economy. But this year’s yearbook staff successfully increased sales and changed “the culture of the yearbook.”
Next year, Renton will produce the 100th edition of its yearbook and the article provides some wonderful examples of the historical significance of the yearbook for Renton students.