Instructions for First-Time Visitors
On this page you will find the following:
1. The Purpose of This Website
The purpose of this website is to have a 21st century class list. In 2007 the site replaced the 3 x 5" index card file that had been created when planning the 10-year reunion for THS 1967.
The 2017 reunion committee used the website to announce and handle logistics for our 50-year celebration, and mailing addresses were extracted to let everyone know about the 55-year reunion in 2022.
The site has also served as a way for classmates to connect and re-connect with each other. Even people who choose not to attend reunions nor get-togethers are welcome to use the communications feature.
The two goals for the site are:
(1) Maintain contact information for every classmate. The website is The Class List. If you have information about anyone who considers himself or herself a THS '67 Badger in any way—graduated or not, listed on the site or not—please click Contact Us (This tab is also on the right side of the horizontal menu bar at the top of the Home Page.)
(2) Have an easy way for Badgers to communicate with one another.
Everything you need to know about gaining access to the rest of the site is on this page. If you have questions, please Contact Us. You will not receive an immediate response, but someone will get back to you. Return to Menu
2. Privacy Notice
Your contact information is private. All the data that you key into your Details Page (email addresses, mailing addresses, and phone numbers) will be kept confidential. It cannot be seen by the public nor by others who join the site. Only a very few website administrators have access to the data, and it will be used only for THS ’67 purposes.
The host of this site, ClassCreator.com, is a legitimate business. They understand the importance of your privacy. They will never sell, share, nor distribute our personal information.
In addition to a Details Page, each classmate who joins the site has a Profile Page. Visibility of text typed into a Profile Page can be limited to only fellow classmates by clicking on the appropriate answer in the Profile Visibility section during setup. Important: If you do not opt for privacy on this line, your Profile Page can be viewed by non-members such as your friends or family, and your profile will be fully indexable by major search engines.
Finding your class website Profile Pages by searching Google or other major search engines:
Email messages may be shared within this site using the contact option at the top of each classmate's profile page. (Just look under the classmate's main photo area in the upper left.) This way, you will be able to contact classmates without sharing your private email address, unless you choose to do so.
Be sure you receive all class email news sent from us to you via this website: For those of you with spam blocking or email filtering capabilities, please add firstname.lastname@example.org to your email account as a safe sender in order to ensure that you receive email communications from us.
If you do not want certain information about yourself on this site, it may be removed. If you do not want communication from website administrators nor other classmates, Click Contact Us to explain.
3. Setting Up Your Login and Profile
Join the Website! It's easy. It's free. It's fun. In order to access the pages that are password protected on this site, you must log in by providing at least your email address and creating a password. That's all; you have then successfully joined the site!
It's very helpful if you add your mailing address in your Details Page since that is one way to stay off of the dreaded "Missing Classmates" list. In the past, a lot of reunion correspondence was sent via "snail mail" (also known as the U.S. Postal Service), but with the ever-rising cost of stamps, it's doubtful that future info will be mailed.
Additional Contact Info: In this box you may type in names, email addresses, phone numbers, etc. of anyone who will always know your whereabouts. Sister, brother, son, daughter, etc. are good choices.
Typing in information for the Profile Page is optional. You may share as much or as little as you like. You can return to the site at any time to change, add, or delete information.
How to Join: Locate the "Classmate Profiles" link, locate your name, and click on it. (If your name is not already on the site, but you were part of the Tucson High School Class of 1967 at any time, Contact Us so your name can be added.) Follow the prompts to type in or edit your contact information. Then add as much or as little as you choose.
Private information like your email address, home address, and phone numbers will not be visible to the public nor to fellow classmates. This data is collected so you can be informed of upcoming events. This information will never be given to other classmates without your permission, and only very few people on a reunion committee will have access to it.
We encourage you to add a current picture to your profile as a master photo. It's also helpful to upload an additional "Now" photo and a "Then" photo. We've all aged gracefully, and photos make it easier to recognize one another now!
Updates: If you change your email address, snail mail address, or phone numbers, please update your contact info on your Details Page. That way, you'll always be in the know about planned class happenings and what your classmates are up to.
Choosing a password: Passwords do not need to be the high security style recommended for some sites. Choose something simple that you are certain you will remember. Clicking the "Remember Me" will allow you to bypass entering the password each time you visit, but eventually the "remember me" will fail (for instance when you get a new computer). Please make note of your password!
If you forget your password, simply click on "forgot password." If you have several email accounts and you don't remember the one you used to set-up your account, Contact Us . A response might not be immediate, so please be patient.
4. "Missing" Classmates
This website automatically creates a missing list based solely on the names of classmates who have neither an email address nor a mailing address entered into the site.
The Missing Classmates list is fluid; names go onto the list and come off of the list. It all depends on whether or not a classmate's contact info is current.
You may see a name on the Missing Classmates list and think, "I see So-and-So all the time at the grocery store. He's not missing!" Well, if there is no email address nor mailing address entered into this website for So-and-So, then he is considered Missing. (Please make him aware of the fact that he's considered "missing" and direct him to our website. Or Contact Us if you know his whereabouts.)
Please note: Our goal is to have contact information for every classmate. If you know anyone who considers himself or herself a THS '67 Badger, listed on the site or not, pleas e Contact Us .
5. Communicating with Classmates
There are two ways to communicate with classmates:
(1) Post a public comment by clicking on Send a Msg / Post Comment. What you type in can be viewed by all classmates who have joined.
(2) Send a private message to a classmate. Click on Classmate Profiles to find the person you want to email. Simply use the private email link under the Master Photo area. These email features allow open communication between classmates while protecting your personal information. If you wish to share your email address or other personal information within a message written on our site, the site will not block you from doing so.
6. Adding Pictures to Your Profile Page
Adding photos is not a requirement to participate on the site, but it certainly is a nice way to get to know people again. We've had reports of classmates who were routinely running into each other without knowing it because . . . well . . . we've all changed a little over the years! :- )
Filling in the photo slots at the top of your Profile:
Adding large "Profile Gallery Images" to your Profile:
7. SITE PAGES
If you're ever curious about any link on the site, just click on it! There isn't anything on our site that will wreck your computer. Relax! Enjoy! And always Carry On!