Picaboo Yearbooks Awards $1500 Grant to Tillamook, Oregon’s Tillamook Junior High School

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Picaboo Yearbooks awards grant of $1500 to Tillamook Junior High School located Tillamook, Oregon. The grant is part of the company’s commitment to helping schools and students enjoy the rewards, benefits and advantages of creating a great yearbook.

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We don’t believe that yearbooks are a privilege that only some schools should enjoy – we believe that creating, sharing and treasuring a great yearbook is a right that every school and every student deserves.

Picaboo Yearbooks is proud to announce that it has awarded a $1500 grant to Tillamook Junior High School located in Tillamook, Oregon, as part its School Grant Program.

Picaboo Yearbooks’ School Grant Program is designed to encourage schools across the US and Canada to enjoy the rewards, advantages and benefits of creating and sharing great yearbooks. Schools such as Tillamook Junior High were eligible for the grant – which they can spend in any way they choose. The check was presented by Rita McColgin, Picaboo Yearbooks authorized dealer and local resident.

“Thank you so much! We are thrilled with this check. We haven’t yet decided how to use the money. However, we think we might use it to support the yearbook staff and their efforts,” stated J. P. Richards, Principal. Yearbook Advisor and Art teacher, Nancy Bernard, is working with the yearbook class to create their first Picaboo Yearbook after beginning last year with the creation of an art book which featured the art projects of her students. Other Tillamook County schools are also using Picaboo Yearbooks to offer their students beautiful, high-tech, feature-filled yearbooks and club books.

“We don’t believe that yearbooks are a privilege that only some schools should enjoy – we believe that creating, sharing and treasuring a great yearbook is a right that every school and every student deserves,” commented Bryan Payne, President of Picaboo Yearbooks. “We’re thrilled to award Tillamook Junior High School this grant, and encourage them to use the funds to create an amazing yearbook, or support their other important school programs, services and initiatives.”

The mission that Payne refers to is also expressed through Picaboo Yearbooks’ no-cost eYearbook Program, which launched in Spring 2013. Through that program, schools can create a feature-filled, professional digital yearbook that can be viewed on PCs, laptops, tablets and smartphones – and all without cost or obligation to order print copies. They can also enhance their eYearbook with QR codes and videos, as well as free personal pages. Picaboo Yearbooks offers 21st Century Yearbooks and other memory books without any risk to school money, eliminating the past problems of losing money on yearbooks.

About Picaboo Yearbooks

Picaboo Yearbooks (PYB) is a Silicon Valley based company revolutionizing the yearbook industry with the 21st Century Yearbook™ Program. PYB’s mission is to help students develop 21st Century skills through the yearbook creation process, whereby they can create fully personalized yearbooks. PYB’s intuitive web app technology empowers students to focus on generating creative content in a collaborative environment.

With PYB’s innovative platform, there is no minimum order requirement and, therefore, no financial risk. Schools can easily setup a turnkey e-commerce storefront to sell top quality, professional-looking yearbooks, which are printed and delivered within three weeks. PYB also provides a feature-filled eYearbook at no-cost or print obligation. Above all, PYB believes that every student can learn life-long, critical thinking skills through the yearbook creation process. Learn more at http://yearbooks.picaboo.com/.

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