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Fred enjoys helping students preserve their memories for a lifetime through yearbooks. Working with students every day keeps him young at heart and helping them achieve their goals through a “Real World” experience with yearbook is rewarding! He strives to make the staff and the advisers job of creating a yearbook not just another “job” they have to get done, but an amazing, educational and fun experience that will help them now and into the future.”
The relationships and friendships he has developed over the years with students, advisers and administrators is something he does not take for granted!
Fred has responded to every issue I have ever had!
He has responded to every issue I’ve ever had, supported me as technology changed and yearbooks evolved, and treated all of my students with kindness and respect. I never even consider switching companies because I know Fred always has my back; I couldn’t imagine starting over with a “salesman” instead of a true representative, which is what Fred has always been.
— Mary Walter
Chestnut Ridge High School [PA]
Fred is one-of-a-kind!
Fred Reeping is truly one-of-a-kind. His patience and kindness have helped us to grow as a school and staff. Personally, Fred has often reminded me, without even knowing, that collaboration and teamwork can only result in great things. Though my staff changes from year to year, Fred is a consistent friend whom I rely on to make a worthwhile product that the student body and school community will treasure for years to come.
— Stephanie Marchbank
Mountain Ridge High School [MD]
He makes being a yearbook adviser seamless
Fred makes being a yearbook adviser seamless. He is always available and ready to help with what I need. He responds quickly and thoroughly to any questions or concerns I have. My students look forward to Fred’s visits during the school year. He always has new and fun ideas on how we can cover more students or sell more books. I couldn’t imagine handling the responsibilities of being an adviser without his help.
— Liz Helmick
Somerset Area High School [PA]
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