Because of production delays at Lifetouch, the yearbook printer, Scotia-Glenville has been notified that the yearbooks will likely not be delivered until late July – at the earliest.
Here is part of the message from Lifetouch:
“Our production has been hit hard by COVID. More cases detected last week and we are still at a very small work force as we are non-essential and following government mandated guidelines. That being said, we are behind and probably looking at a later in July delivery. This may change as the virus either gets better or not.“
Principal Peter Bednarek said that the school district will implement a plan to distribute the yearbooks when they arrive.
Do you have questions or concerns? Contact advisor Jennifer Russell at JRussell@sgcsd.net