BMR YEARBOOK

UNDERCLASSMEN PHOTO DAYS SEPT. 27, 28 and 29

Anyone who wants to order photos must go to http://paulsrobinson.orderschoolpix.com/46401  to purchase the photos and select a background.

School picture days are as follows:

Monday: Sept. 27 - Seniors (ID photo only if you got senior portraits) and Juniors

Tuesday, Sept. 28: Sophomores and Freshmen

Wednesday, Sept 29: Makeup day

Please come dressed for the photo. Anyone who gets a photo taken and wants a retake that is due to how they dressed or another non-technical issue will have to pay a $25 retake fee. Any photo which needs to be retaken due to technical issues (out of focus, eyes closed, etc.) will be retaken free of charge.

Any senior who did not buy senior portraits can get their picture taken during the Monday photo day and it will be used in the yearbook.

If you have questions, contact Photographer Paul S. Robinson at paul@paulsrobinsonphotography.com or BMR Yearbook Advisor Mark Juba at mjuba@bmrsd.net.

CLASS OF 2022 SENIOR PORTRAIT 

BMR's recommended professional photographer is Paul S. Robinson.

To get a better idea what Paul has to offer, go to his page or his website.

All senior photos not taken by Paul S. Robinson are due to Mr. Juba at mjuba@bmrsd.net by October 1, 2021. In the case you do not use the school's preferred photographer, it is the student's or their professional photographer's responsibility to submit the photo to Mr. Juba by that date. If Mr. Robinson is your photographer, he will submit the photo directly to the Yearbook publisher for you.

UNITAS

Yearbook

The Blackstone-Millville Regional High School Yearbook, whose official name is Unitas, is an annual publication the student body looks forward to seeing each year. 

ALL BMR STUDENTS are eligible to join this extra-curricular club that meets after-school. The faculty advisor is Mark Juba. Yearbook meets Tuesday after-school from October to December, then every Tuesday and Thursday from December until final deadline, which is usually the last week in March. The club's annual pizza party, where all members who contributed to the book positively are personally invited, is held during the seniors' last week of classes.

The club's mission is to provide a record of the people and biggest events at BMR for its respective year. Every student who attends BMR should have their picture in the book at least once, with a goal of at least two photos per student. The Yearbook averages around 160 pages and is printed in full color.

It is first given out at Senior Banquet, which is traditionally held the Wednesday before Graduation. The underclassmen start getting their books the following day.

The Yearbook is totally self-sufficient, with the club meeting its printing cost through the sale of books, business ads and senior parent congratulation testimonials. 

THE YEARBOOK THANKS THOSE PROVIDING GRANTS FOR OUR PROGRAM

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