Fairfax yearbook sponsorships- by Armando Mendoza
Another year rolls by with one thing we all know: the yearbook class is calling for help. Starting this season we would to offer deals for you and your industry to take part in being sponsored within our yearbooks.
Starting now you could spend $75 and become our platinum sponsor, where you could get your individual picture or your business on one of the pages within our yearbook.
There are also other options such as the gold sponsorship, with your business being featured as a gold sponsor for $50.
While there is one last one, the silver sponsorship is the lowest of prices but still sturdy as it can be for $40. The silver sponsors are put in the yearbook.
For more information please contact Mr. Hollingsworth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your time! Sincerely, Yearbook Staff
Red Ribbon Week- by Shelbey Morris
Red Ribbon Week was October 24 – 28, 2016, at Fairfax. Monday’s dress up day was “Pajama Day.” Tuesday’s dress up day was “Favorite Decade Day.” Wednesday’s dress up day was “Movie Star Couples Day.” Thursday’s dress up day was “Shades, Hat, and Tie Day.” Friday’s dress up day was “Red and White Day.” Red Ribbon Week is used to teach students to say no to drugs. Students were able to take a pledge to be drug free. Red Ribbon Week can teach students about the effects of drugs, which can prevent others from wanting to do drugs.
Fairfax Marching Pride- by Michael Baker
The Fairfax Marching Band has had a great season. They ended the season October 29, 2016, at their last parade which was Northwest’s Homecoming. They have had a few speed bumps along the way getting ready for their last competition.
This year, Rock Port R-II School has been a major competition for Fairfax. They will be competition for Fairfax from this year on. They have done better than most bands in their class as far as coming close to either tying or possibly winning against them in parades.
Fairfax Marching Pride received second place in their class. This is a good achievement for the band due to recent injuries that prevented some band members from being able to march in the parade. Overall, they had a very great end to the marching season of 2016.