Warbonnet Yearbook

Students and parents may now reserve copies ($75) and senior tribute pages ($85, $155, $275) for the 2017 Warbonnet yearbook. The yearbook staff can accept cash, money orders, or checks (with a valid drivers license number) for all orders. Books may also be reserved with a credit card online at www.community.pictavo.com (a 5% service fee will be applied). See Mr. Meinheit in room 225 or at mmeinheit@tmisd.us for more details.




The Warbonnet is the student-produced yearbook of Tuloso-Midway High School. Students photograph events, conduct interviews with teachers and peers, design and edit pages in an effort to create as comprehensive a record of each school year as possible

Books may be purchased by check (made payable to TMISD) or cash. The books are scheduled to be distributed before graduation.


Follow our students on Twitter @tmhsmedia, or other social networks using the tag #tmyearbook, to receive previews of our work and important announcements.

The Warbonnet is a student publication and may contain errors and omissions despite efforts to meet professional standards. Thank you for supporting the Tuloso-Midway Warbonnet yearbook. 

Congratulations Student Publication Awards Announced
Members of the Tuloso-Midway High School yearbook and student magazine staffs earned several awards Friday at South Texas Press Day hosted by Del Mar College. 
 
The Warrior Tribune student magazine staff was named best in overall excellence in the student newspaper category for the second year in a row. The Warbonnet staff was runner up in overall excellence in the yearbook category, also for a second consecutive year.
 
Students receiving individual awards include: 
 Junior Tyler Hotz
• first place column writing
• second place feature writing
• honorable mention feature writing
• honorable mention newspaper news/sports page design
 
Senior Natty Rodriguez
• second place column writing
 
Junior Charlotte Davis
• first place non-photo illustration
 
Sophomore Lindsay Johnson
• first place newspaper news/sports page design
• second place non-photo illustration
• third place editorial writing
 
Junior Abby Land
• honorable mention newspaper feature page design
 
Senior Melissa Nowitzky and junior Charlotte Davis
• third place photo illustration  
 
Junior Aynsley Chaloupka
• honorable mention yearbook page design
 
Twelve schools from the Coastal Bend participated in the second annual South Texas Press Day hosted by Del Mar College's journalism department.    


MATTHEW MEINHEIT