Treering Announces Four Winners of the #TreeringMemoriesMatter Challenge

Treering Announces Four Winners of the #TreeringMemoriesMatter Challenge

San Mateo, Calif.: Today, Treering is pleased to announce the winners of our #TreeringMemoriesMatter challenge. Yearbook editors from across the US submitted their favorite yearbook spreads from the 20-21 school year.


First, we want to send a big thank you to everyone who participated in our challenge and helped make it a success.

“This inaugural challenge was prompted by our empathy for our yearbook editors this year,” said Kristina Cruz, Head of Marketing, Treering. “Preserving our children’s memories is so important and this year it was even more so from a journalistic standpoint. Given the various COVID safety protocols in schools, parent volunteer’s and teacher’s work was made even more challenging. We wanted to celebrate these editors’ hard work as well as their student’s memories.”  

A special congratulations to:

First Place: Lois Lenski Elementary in Centennial, Colorado

$100 Amazon Gift Card, 10 Free Yearbooks for their School, & An Art Block of their Spread

Their yearbook spread was not only beautifully designed but did a great job representing the uniqueness of how their community decided to celebrate Valentine’s Day. What other year would our pets make the yearbook?


Second Place: Del Norte Heights Elementary in El Paso, Texas

$50 Amazon Gift Card, 5 Free Yearbooks for their School, & An Art Block of their Spread

As facemasks became the new normal to attend school, the stylish covering became the norm. The photos of those “fashionable facemasks” captured the beauty of each child’s personality, and this spread captures the year beautifully.

Tied for Third Place: Pelham High School in Pelham New Hampshire

$25 Amazon Gift Card, 3 Free Yearbooks for their School, & An Art Block of their Spread

This verbal and visual spread encompasses the health and safety measures that had to be followed to be in school along with a timeline of events. These “Pythons in a pandemic” will be grateful to see this honest reporting of their school experiences this year for years to come.

Tied for Third Place: Plumas Charter School in Quincy, California

$25 Amazon Gift Card, 3 Free Yearbooks for their School, & An Art Block of their Spread

Laid out and designed beautifully, this yearbook spread does an extremely honest and thoughtful job covering the wildfires, and how the community came together to “weather the storm.”

Our panel of judges, which included members of Treering’s marketing and support teams, would also like to thank and congratulate the following runners up:

Alliance MIT

Canyon View Elementary School

Cedar Brook Academy

Chief Joseph School of the Arts

Clarksville High School

Classical Conversations of Greater Covington

Cornerstone Academy

Crane Middle School

Del Norte Heights Elementary School

Emma C Chase

Evergreen Valley High School

Garden County Schools

Garrett High School

GECO Homeschool Group

Grande Park Elementary

Harlowton High School

Hydesville School Elementary

Johnston Senior High School

Lakeside Christian School

Langston Hughes High School

Lyle School

Mexico City Christian Academy

Mount Vernon Christian

Mountain View Middle School

NB Cook Elementary

Nebbie Williams Elementary

North Hampton High School

Oak Tree and Applegarth Elementary Schools

Olympic View Elementary

Oneida Baptist Institute

Pacific Horizons School

Philander Lee Elementary School

Pottsgrove Middle School

Presidio Middle School

Rita Ledesma Elementary School

Riverside High School ‘70

Seashore Middle Academy

Skyview School

Tomahawk Elementary Olathe

USC Hybrid High Prep

Valley High School

Virginia City Middle School 

White Twp PTO

Woodmont Elementary PTA

World Compass Academy


Established in 2012, Treering, is a technology company that offers high-quality yearbooks at affordable and transparent prices by updating the outdated yearbook industry to allow for inclusivity, flexibility, and sustainability.