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  • Vinyl Banners for Indoor or Outdoor use

    • Durable 13 oz. matte-finish Scrim Vinyl banner material • Grommets included (rope, suction cup clips, ceiling clips available for purchase) • Can be hung horizontally or vertically based on your design • Outdoor image quality life expectancy up to 3 years

    See section titled ‘Materials’ for more information.

    Print dimensions outside these standard sizes will be priced at the next highest price point. Pricing as of Sept. 2016. Subject to change.

    2'x4'

    3'x6'

    3'x8'

    4'x10'

    Pricing for sizes up to... 2x4 3x6 3x8 4x10 4x12

    Indoor/Outdoor banner 10.37 31.12 41.49 51.87 62.24

    Blue Valley NorthBlue Valley North

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    4'x12'Blue Valley NorthBlue Valley North

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    Blue Valley NorthBlue Valley North

    Marching Mustangs 2016Marching Mustangs 2016

    Blue Valley NorthBlue Valley North

    Marching Mustangs 2016Marching Mustangs 2016

    Blue Valley NorthBlue Valley North

    Marching Mustangs 2016Marching Mustangs 2016

  • 2015-16 TIGER PRINT newspaper staff co-editors Maddie Davis & Sheila Gregory

    adviser Michelle Huss

    On Our Way: Seniors reflect on past four years, look to post-BV future

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 7 — April 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis and Sheila Gregory. File photos by staff.

    class of

    Forty-six years in the making: BV celebrates traditions old and new to be carried on by future classes, Pages 7-9.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 1— August 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Great Expectations: Blue Valley encourages enrollment for strenuous classes; students, principal share opinions on AP culture, Pages 15-17.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 2— September 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Embracing Race: Biracial students discuss characteristics of being ethnically diverse

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 3— October 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Weighing in: Student overcomes negative body image, eating disorder

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 4 — December 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

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    LY FAT D ISGUSTI N G

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    EMPTYP A T H E T I C

    Back to Basics: Required, elective classes benefit students’ future job aspirations

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 5 — February 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis.

    Party Animals: Student discussion of ideologies, policies shed light on political belief systems

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 6 — March 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Isabelle Allen.

    18"x24"

    24"x36"

    36"x48"

    48"x60"

    Poster-sized prints available on a variety of materials

    Satin-finish Paper Gloss-finish Paper Canvas Backlit film

    Wallpaper (temporary adhesive vinyl) Permanent Adhesive Vinyl See-thru window film (temporary adhesive) Rough wall/Floor graphics

    Pricing for sizes up to... 18x24 24x36 36x48 48x60

    Satin Paper 7.86 10.47 15.71 26.19 Gloss Paper 8.65 11.54 17.31 28.84 Canvas 18.18 24.24 36.36 60.59 Backlit N/A 16.60 24.90 N/A Wallpaper 13.76 17.15 25.73 42.88 Perm. Vinyl 9.30 12.40 18.60 30.99 1-way Window film N/A 26.21 39.32 65.53 Rough Wall Vinyl 55.71 74.28 111.42 185.70 Non-slip Floor Vinyl 68.23 90.98 136.47 227.45

    2015-16 TIGER PRINT newspaper staff co-editors Maddie Davis & Sheila Gregory

    adviser Michelle Huss

    On Our Way: Seniors reflect on past four years, look to post-BV future

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 7 — April 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis and Sheila Gregory. File photos by staff.

    class of

    Forty-six years in the making: BV celebrates traditions old and new to be carried on by future classes, Pages 7-9.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 1— August 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Great Expectations: Blue Valley encourages enrollment for strenuous classes; students, principal share opinions on AP culture, Pages 15-17.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 2— September 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Embracing Race: Biracial students discuss characteristics of being ethnically diverse

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 3— October 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Weighing in: Student overcomes negative body image, eating disorder

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 4 — December 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    UG

    LY FAT D ISGUSTI N G

    W O

    R T H L

    E S S

    AL

    ON E

    EMPTYP A T H E T I C

    Back to Basics: Required, elective classes benefit students’ future job aspirations

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 5 — February 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis.

    Party Animals: Student discussion of ideologies, policies shed light on political belief systems

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 6 — March 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Isabelle Allen.

    2015-16 TIGER PRINT newspaper staff co-editors Maddie Davis & Sheila Gregory

    adviser Michelle Huss

    On Our Way: Seniors reflect on past four years, look to post-BV future

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 7 — April 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis and Sheila Gregory. File photos by staff.

    class of

    Forty-six years in the making: BV celebrates traditions old and new to be carried on by future classes, Pages 7-9.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 1— August 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Great Expectations: Blue Valley encourages enrollment for strenuous classes; students, principal share opinions on AP culture, Pages 15-17.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 2— September 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Embracing Race: Biracial students discuss characteristics of being ethnically diverse

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 3— October 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Weighing in: Student overcomes negative body image, eating disorder

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 4 — December 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    UG LY FAT D ISGUSTI N

    G

    W O

    R T H L

    E S S

    AL

    ON E

    EMPTYP A T H E T I C

    Back to Basics: Required, elective classes benefit students’ future job aspirations

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 5 — February 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis.

    Party Animals: Student discussion of ideologies, policies shed light on political belief systems

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 6 — March 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Isabelle Allen.

    2015-16 TIGER PRINT newspaper staff co-editors Maddie Davis & Sheila Gregory

    adviser Michelle Huss

    On Our Way: Seniors reflect on past four years, look to post-BV future

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 7 — April 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis and Sheila Gregory. File photos by staff.

    class of

    Forty-six years in the making: BV celebrates traditions old and new to be carried on by future classes, Pages 7-9.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 1— August 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Great Expectations: Blue Valley encourages enrollment for strenuous classes; students, principal share opinions on AP culture, Pages 15-17.

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 2— September 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Embracing Race: Biracial students discuss characteristics of being ethnically diverse

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 3— October 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    Weighing in: Student overcomes negative body image, eating disorder

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 4 — December 2015 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Sophia Ragomo.

    UG

    LY FAT D ISGUSTI N G

    W O

    R T H L

    E S S

    AL

    ON E

    EMPTYP A T H E T I C

    Back to Basics: Required, elective classes benefit students’ future job aspirations

    Blue Valley High School — Vol. 46 — Issue 5 — February 2016 — Overland Park, Kansas

    Photo illustration by Maddie Davis.

    Party Animals: Student discussion of ideologies, policies