KPA 2018 Yearbook Senior Picture
Instructions & Guidelines
Winter Grads due January 31st, 2018
Spring Grads due March 31st, 2018
- Submit an electronic or hard-copy picture to Mr. Strang by the deadline above.
- Have a member of the Yearbook staff take your picture by the deadline above.
- None of the above. In this case, the most current photograph taken by the school photographer will be used.
IMPORTANT: If you choose option 1 or 2 and do not follow through by the deadline, we will use option 3 (school/Skyward photo).
- Choose one of the three options above for your senior photo.
- Let us know of your choice by completing this survey. You will need to log in using your KSD Email Address and password. You can update this later if you need to.
- If you are submitting a photo, review the guidelines below. Your photo will be rejected if it does not meet the guidelines. If your photo is rejected and you do not have enough time before the deadline to submit another one, we will use your school/Skyward photo.
- If you would like a member of the Yearbook staff to take your photo, we will schedule a time with you once you complete the survey.
- You can use any photo of yourself that meets the guidelines below (including appropriate selfies).
- Digital images are preferred. They should be .jpg files at 300 DPI or higher (ask Mr. Strang if you don't know what this means).
- Your photo can be full-body or head-and-shoulders. Your face will be small in a full-body photo. If you would like to see how large your portrait will be, look in the Graduating Senior section of last year's yearbook.
- If you are using a picture on your phone, the following helps:
- Make sure HDR is on
- Don't resize, crop, or filter the image
- Send the original photo from your phone, not one that has been uploaded to social media.
- Students may not be shown smoking, vaping, drinking alcoholic beverages, in possession of or under the influence of alcohol or other illegal substances, or in any physical location or position that would compromise the integrity and/or positive image of the yearbook or the school.
- Students may not be participating in activities illegal for those under the age of 18, even if the student was 18 or older at the time of the photograph (except working and driving).
- Photos including representations of the activities in (1) and (2) above will not be included, even if the student is not actually breaking the law or performing that activity.
- Student dress must conform to the current year's dress code policy.
- In the case that a photo is determined "questionable", whether or not the photo is included will be determined by
- Majority vote of the Editorial Board
- Adviser may reverse the Editorial Board's decision
- If after (a) and (b) above, the Editorial Board may consider the photograph a second time and override the adviser's decision by consensus vote only.
Last Modified on September 14, 2017