Underclassmen Picture Retake Day
Picture proofs have been emailed home directly from Leonard’s. If you did not receive a proof, please check your spam and/or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Underclassmen Picture Re-Take Day is scheduled for Thursday, October 5. Students who are having their picture re-taken must go to the gym during their lunch period. The photographers will be ready at the beginning of 4th period and will pack up at the end of 6th period.
You may have your picture re-take if you meet these requirements:
- The student ordered pictures on picture day but did not like them. They need to bring their original package on October 5 for the re-take to give back to the photographer. Picture packages were mailed home directly from Leonard’s.
- If the student did not order pictures on picture day, but wants to order new pictures. They must bring a copy of the digital receipt to show that pictures have been ordered.
- The student was absent on the original picture day (you do not have to order pictures unless you want to) or was advised by the administration to have their picture retaken.
Any questions, email email@example.com
Class of 2024
Class of 2024 - codes have been emailed out to families and mailed home by postcard to schedule your senior portrait appointment with Leonard’s. If you did not receive your code, please email Mrs. Chwalisz firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last day to be photographed and select your pose for the senior section: August 12, 2023. If you are photographed after this date, Leonard’s will select your yearbook pose for you.
Last day to be photographed by Leonard’s: September 2, 2023. If you do not take your senior portrait by this day, you will not be included in the senior section of the yearbook.
Senior ads are now on sale!
Full-page (Allows up to 10 images): $400 (due August 25) or $425 (due September 8) or $450 (due September 22)
Half-page (Allows up to 6 images): $250 (due August 25) or $275 (due September 8) or $300 (due September 22)
Fourth-page (Allows up to 3 images): $150 (due August 25) or $175 (due September 8) or $200 (due September 22)
Yearbook: A Brief History
The Bishop Moore Catholic High School yearbook, Moore Memories, made its debut in 1955. It has grown from a black and white, 93-page book to a full-color, 320-page professional student publication. Moore Memories is produced by a group of dedicated students who are willing to put in their time and talent beyond the classroom.
Journalism Yearbook is a year-long English elective and is led by Yearbook Adviser, Mrs. Helen Chwalisz. Students can enroll as a sophomore entering in Journalism Yearbook 1 Honors, and continue through their senior year in Journalism Yearbook 3 Honors. Students enrolled in Journalism are eligible to become members of the Quill and Scroll Honor Society. The course consists of students who hold positions as editors, photographers, graphic designers, and reporters. The curriculum also includes marketing and business management content. Advertising and sales are a significant part of funding the publication of the Moore Memories Yearbook. The staff is grateful for your support in the form of purchasing a senior ad, advertising for your business, or ordering a yearbook. Please refer to the side tabs regarding Yearbook Sales, Business Ads, and Senior Ads.
2022 Awards for The Search is On volume 68:
National Scholastic Press Association: First Class Raiting with 448 points out of 500 awarded. Received marks of distinction in Essentials.