Yearbook & Newspaper
The primary goal of scholastic journalism is not to create journalists, but rather to develop capable employees and engaged citizens.
Eagle Eye News
Eagle Eye News is the online student-run publication. Editors and staff members plan and produce all work. Rowlett students and faculty are encouraged to submit letters to the editor and story ideas to ensure The Eagle Eye News staff covers the entire school community.
Visit jostensyearbooks.com to buy the 2022-23 yearbook.
Submit photos for consideration in our student publications at https://images.jostens.com/416356002
Become part of the publication staff
Students interested in being a part of the student Eagle Media staff should fulfill prerequisites such as Journalism I and/or Photojournalism. This course challenges students to learn design and lay-out, interview, write and most importantly, meet deadlines to produce a yearly publication.
Should you have any questions about senior advertising for the yearbook, or for business advertising for either the yearbook or newspaper publications in the summer, please e-mail the yearbook adviser, Lorie Hahnl.
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