Johnson County Gazette: Jill Sundgren Wins National Honor for Yearbooks

Treering, a technology company that offers high-quality yearbooks at affordable prices, today announced the winners of their nationwide fall 2021 Yearbook Hero Contest. This exciting announcement comes in light of National Yearbook Week (Oct. 3-9).

This contest set out to honor yearbook creators at all levels: high school, middle school and elementary. Three elementary schools won this recognition and were part of eight honored schools all of which will be receiving nearly 50 free yearbooks collectively and will be given Amazon gift cards that can be used toward needed school supplies.

The elementary school winners are as follows:

1st place: Cedar Creek Elementary – Olathe, Kansas
2nd place: Grandview Elementary School – Austin, Texas
3rd place: Coastline Christian Academy – Gulf Breeze, Florida

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