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  • Yearbook Distribution for those who purchased a book for the 2019-2020 school year will be held next Wednesday, August 12th.  Please view the chart below to find your child's pickup time as it will be completed by grade level.
    Please follow the guidelines below to make the process move quickly and smoothly:
    1.  Distribution will take place in the Hyannisport Parking lot.  You MUST stay in your vehicle. Please also have a mask on upon arrival.
    2.  Please pull your vehicle up to the curb near the tables and wait your turn patiently, in a single file car line.  
    3.  Please have your LEGAL first and last NAME WRITTEN ON A PIECE OF PAPER IN BIG BOLD PRINT and have it ready to hold out the window when your turn is up. 
    4.  If you believe you purchased a book, but you are told your name is not on the list please talk to Mrs. Hickey. If you have your email receipt, it is recommended to have it with you in case of any issue.
    5.  If you are on the waitlist to purchase a book that day, we will have a bucket ready for payment.  Please have exact payment amount of $58 in either cash or check written out to Kennedy Middle School.  
    6.  If you are still interested in purchasing a book, but are not on the waitlist, you may drive through and purchase the same way as above until we run out (we currently have leftovers). 
    Note: If you have multiple students in different grade levels, you MAY choose one time to come.  Ask for Mrs. Hickey to gather the other book as each pickup time is set up for a particular grade level.  
    If you have any questions prior to distribution, please email Mrs. Hickey at .
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  • Student schedules will be viewable in ParentVue and StudentVue on Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 4:00pm.  

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