Digital Composite Project-Help Needed!

Digital Composites Project-Help Needed!
Posted on 10/15/2021
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Attention Lakers and Laker alumni!!!
We are moving ahead with our Digital Composite Project and we need your help. As part of the project, we are also working to have every ILHS yearbook scanned and digitally displayed.
Unfortunately, we are missing a few yearbooks!

We are looking for these years:
1963, 1965, 1967, 1972, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1990, and 1995
If you have any of these books and are willing to part with them for a short time, we would really appreciate it!
Please email rossj@ils-k12.org with your name, number and yearbook and we will be in touch. Thanks in advance!!




We are running out of wall space!

Indian Lake High School is considering alternative ways to display the large graduation class composite photos. We have researched options and would like to add a touch-screen wall unit as part of the trophy case outside of the ILHS Main Gym near the auditorium. (see picture for example) This wall unit would digitally display class composites from all of Indian Lake School's history.  The interactive unit, with searchable database, is also capable of displaying athletic records, valedictorians, yearbooks, school and community history and much more.  The possibilities are endless!  There would even be an online component on the school website, as well.  Learn more about the product here vitalsignswalloffame.com.  

As alumni, we value your opinion! Would this type of display serve as a fitting tribute to our graduates and treasured IL school history? If so, are any alumni groups willing to support this project monetarily?  The complete system is around $12,000.  Although the district has some funding for the project, more support is needed to move forward. 

Please let us know your thoughts! If your class is interested in donating, please contact Superintendent Rob Underwood at underwoodr@ils-k12.org

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