By: Sidney Reynolds
Last Friday students eagerly waited in line to pick up their class rings that they ordered from Jostens. Jostens sales representative Mike Long and his wife, Jenna Long, enjoyed passing out the rings.
“The kids were very excited to get their rings and it’s always great to see the smile on their faces when they do,” said Mike Long.
Long also explained to the students that if their rings needed resized there would be no charge because of the warranty. Luckily there was only one student that needed their ring resized so far. Students were allowed to take their ring when they had paid the entire cost.
“I love the saxophone on mine. Now I have a memo from my high school years,” said junior Kaitlyn Seewer.
Some students have not completely paid or that paid in check had to wait until they paid completely or until the check cleared to get theirs. When the cost does clear, students rings will be available for pick up at the book store.
“I haven’t gotten my ring yet, but I saw it and I like it a lot more than I thought I would,” said sophomore Rebecca Lusren.
Some students’ parents are making them wait until their senior year to get their class ring.
“If I get it my senior year I’ll only get to wear it one semester, but I can’t wait until I do get it,” said sophomore Syliva Donovan.
Every class has a different feature each year but if you want to order your ring your junior or senior year you will still get the same features as the rest of your class.
“I was really, really excited to get it and I think I wear it later in life, too,” said sophomore Emily Naville.