PRINCETON, N.J. – Jan. 24, 2018 – PRLog — Capturing special moments through photography, writing captions to engage readers in a story, developing designs that are visually appealing and tie back to a central theme, including as many students as possible in a historical document; all of these elements are important in producing a captivating and timeless yearbook. Staff members and Advisors work tirelessly throughout the year to create a project that they and their school community can take pride in. Desert View High School in Tucson, Arizona has been working with Entourage Yearbooks since 2012 and Mr. Curtis Dutiel has been the Yearbook Advisor since 2015. Some of Mr. Dutiel’s most memorable moments have been hitting the “submit” button on the first yearbook 2 years ago and being notified that they had placed in Entourage’s National Yearbook contest. In both of these moments, he and the yearbook class experienced a great sense of joy and accomplishment for the hundreds of hours they had put into working on their project.
Annual Yearbook Contest
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