If you ordered a 2018-2019 yearbook, your child should have received one last week! If you are still interested in purchasing a yearbook, we have a limited amount available on a first-come, first-serve basis for $15 cash. You can visit the school secretary in the Hambright office to trade your $15 cash for a yearbook if there are still any available. Email email@example.com with any inquiries.
Here is some unique information about this year’s yearbook!
1) YOUR YEARBOOK IS INTERACTIVE! MAKE IT COME TO LIFE!
HP Reveal is an app that allows you to bring pictures to life. You will see pictures in your yearbook with a navy blue border around them (ex. page 12–Sixth Graders Have Voted—Most Likely to Break Out in a Dance). You will be able to place your phone over the picture to reveal a video!
Directions to Set-Up HP Reveal:
Go to your App Store on your cell phone or device (i.e. Google Play).
Search for “HP Reveal,” click “Install,” and click “Open.”
Click the blue button that says, “Create an Account.”
Type your email address, and click “Next.”
Create a username and password.
Click “Create Account” and/or “Join” if prompted.
Type “HambrightLeaders” in the search bar.
Select “HambrightLeaders’s Public Auras,” and click “Follow.”
Close the app.
Directions to Use HP Reveal Anytime:
Go into your HP Reveal App.
the blue button at the bottom that looks like a square.
Find pictures with navy blue borders in your yearbook.
Hold your phone over each picture to view the associated videos.
2) THE COVER WAS SPECIALLY CREATED BY THE 6TH GRADERS!
The 2018-2019 yearbook cover was inspired by the phrase, “Words to Live By.” As leaders at Hambright, the 6th graders were given the individual task of choosing one characteristic that embodies who they are and/or who they strive to be. As you can see on your yearbook cover and the principal’s message page, the words they chose are splashed all over as an expression of the legacies they want to leave behind and/or their future aspirations as they spring forward into a new chapter of their lives in middle school. Thank you to Mrs. Wigerman for assisting the 6th graders in this special yearbook creation!