Ryle Yearbook

Last Updated: 3/26/2021 9:55 PM

2021 Yearbooks Are Now On Sale. Order a Copy Today! YearbookOrderCenter.com Order # 21595


Monday, 3/29/21 is Club & Organization Picture Day

Click the link below for the tentative schedule:

For those of you who are REMOTE LEARNERS, but would like to take part in Club & Organization Picture Day, if you feel comfortable coming, please feel welcome to come to get your picture taken for the yearbook.

NOTE: This is a TENTATIVE schedule, but we will do our best to stick to it as closely as possible. The front office will be calling Clubs & Organizations down via the intercom. If you are in a club or organization at Ryle, PLEASE BRING YOUR STUDENT ID OR AGENDA WITH YOU WHEN YOU COME TO THE GYM. We will be scanning barcodes this year instead of hand writing names of each person photographed. If you don't have your student ID, we will look up your barcode, but this takes extra time. Please bring yours if at all possible.


Now Accepting Votes for Senior Superlatives!
Seniors are invited to vote for Senior Superlatives from Wednesday, March 10th - Friday, March 26th. Submit votes via the Senior Superlatives 2021 Google Form. The winners will be featured in the 2021 Ryle yearbook "The Raider." Click here for a complete list of seniors.


Now Accepting Senior Quotes!
The 2021 Yearbook Staff is now accepting senior quotes to be added in the 2021 yearbook. Submit yours via Google Forms by April 2, 2021 here: https://forms.gle/87qfoBx5enDH3V688
Be sure to check the guidelines for submission. #LookOnTheBrightSide


Favorite Covid-19 Face Mask Selfie Contest:
In an effort to highlight the positive aspects of life during the 2020-2021school year, the Ryle Yearbook is launching a Favorite Covid-19 Face Mask Selfie Contest from Monday, March 22nd thru Monday, April 5th. To enter, students will take a school appropriate selfie sporting their absolutely favorite Covid-19 face mask and submit it to the Ryle Yearbook. Bonus Points for supporting the 2021 Yearbook Theme: Look on the Bright Side. In addition, students must submit a brief quote explaining why the mask is their favorite. Winning entries will be published in the 2021 Ryle Yearbook "The Raider". Link: https://forms.gle/EYzgTaseK7Y7Uu5RA


Look on the Bright Side Poetry Contest:
In an effort to highlight the positive aspects of life during this school year, the Ryle Yearbook is launching a Look on the Bright Side Poetry Contest from Monday, April 5th thru Monday, April 26th. To enter, students will write a poem - any type is welcome - and submit it to the Ryle Yearbook. Theme: The Silver Lining or Bright Side to a Situation. Students will submit a poem expressing their emotions or positive outlook. Sadness and anger are fine, but students must conclude the poem with a positive message. In addition, students will submit a photo of themselves focusing on something positive that has happened to them or something covered in the poem. Winning entries will be published in the 2021 Ryle Yearbook "The Raider".
Link: https://forms.gle/hd6e8RvMFcDasfC1A


2020 Yearbooks are here! We have a few extra copies left. Buy yours today for $75.
Anyone who ordered a 2020 yearbook and hasn't received it yet can pick up their yearbooks in Ryle's front office.

Club Picture Day will be Monday, March 29th in the main gym!
More details coming.

2020-2021 Lifetouch Pictures and Student IDs are here!

Lifetouch Pictures have been distributed to students through their English teachers. Any virtual students or students no longer enrolled at Ryle can pick up their picture packets in Ryle's front office. 

First Month of School Distance Learning Photo Challenge: The Ryle Yearbook is looking for pictures for the First Month of School spread. We are particularly interested in pictures of students in their unique study area, perhaps with four-legged classmates. Deadline for submissions: 10/02/20. Link for submissions: https://forms.gle/UWekqp1TkY2zBUdd8

Ryle Yearbook Stories and Celebrations Form The 2021 yearbook will focus more on individual people and their stories and accomplishments. If you know of students who are celebrating something, have an amazing backstory, or are involved in a really cool activity, please share! Fill out this form to alert the Yearbook staff that there is a potential story. We will ask a couple of quick questions and then we will do our due diligence to capture and possibly publish that story in the yearbook. We hope to stuff it with as many personal features as possible! But we can’t do it without your help.