Student Publications

Yearbook (Fife and Drum)

Order Your Yearbook

How to Buy a Yearbook  


Order by September 25 to receive up to four free icons stamped on the cover. The price will increase after this date.

Orders will be taken through this website until the end of April. After that date, the only yearbooks available for purchase will be the very limited number of extra books sold when the yearbook arrives in early May. 


 Want to get your photos in the yearbook? It’s easy – here’s how:  


     Download this free app to your iPhone or other smart phone: RePlayIt by Jostens 

     Use this school code: 30881 

     Follow the simple prompts to upload your photos to the yearbook staff. 

     Please be sure to indicate WHO is in the photo and WHAT they are doing.


Senior Portrait Information 

If you have already been photographed, pay attention to deadlines to choose your yearbook pose online. *****Otherwise a photo will be chosen for you by the studio! ****** 


 If you missed your summer or fall appointment you have one option: Call Lifetouch studios at 410-525-1700 ext. 5 (appointments are filling up quickly) and schedule a sitting. Last appointment date is October 31. You do NOT need to pay a sitting fee if you only want to appear in the yearbook (but you will receive fewer poses and no proofs).






How to Order Senior Ads 


For the first time you can create your own ad online at no additional fee.

Go to:


If you would prefer the yearbook staff creates an ad for you, also at no additional free, use the form here:  Yearbook Ad Order Form


Ad prices will increase as the year goes on, so get your ads in early! Senior ads are due on January 31.



Questions? Email Rebecca Litwin at 


Editors in Chief: Arlyn Goldstein and Samantha Jasen
Adviser: Rebecca Litwin 

Newspaper (Common Sense)

Common Sense Online is a student newspaper of Thomas S. Wootton High School in Rockville, Maryland. Common Sense Online is run by students under the sponsorship of the faculty adviser and works closely with print counterpart Common Sense, established in 1970. Common Sense has won numerous awards, including the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold Crown and Gold Medal. Common Sense Online is a forum for community expression and invites letters and comments from our readers.

To Advertise with Common Sense: Ad Contract and Rate Sheet
To be a sponsor or patron of Common Sense: Subscription Form


Literary Magazine (Pulp)

The purpose of the Literary & Arts Magazine club is to discuss and select student writing and artwork that will be published in Pulp, Wootton High School’s award winning, annual Literary & Arts magazine. 


Download the submission form if you would like to submit a work of writing or art to the magazine. Submit electronically or bring to room 231.


Submission Forms: pdf | Word 


Advisers: Zack Lowe and Nick Hitchens 

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