Sharing the love of all things yearbook. Here you will find tips and tools for creating a better book — all written by yearbook advisers and industry professionals.
Curriculum Remote Learning - spring '20
As people enter the parking lot for a drive-thru yearbook distribution, hand them Positivity Signs so they can give a shout out to a teacher or something they miss about school. Take photos and post on social media.
Remote Learning Curriculum
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Putting the creative touches on the most visible pages of the book is critical.
Sweater weather is back and fall design trends are in full swing. Is your yearbook channeling these fall vibes?
Manage With Care
Providing opportunities for students to own their work, build relationships and have fun will make their yearbook staff experience rewarding and memorable.
Student Rights Aren't WrongMandy Mahan, D'lberville High School [MS]Mandy has been advising publications at d'lbertville High for 10 years. She is the 2016 Mississippi Scholastic Press Association Yearbook Adviser of the Year and serves on the MSPA Board of Advisers...
Just as a soccer team, yearbook staffs that work as a team create the best yearbooks and enjoy an incredible production experience.
I love that every student can find a home and a way to contribute in the classroom. Yearbook gives students a voice like no other activity because they are involved in every aspect of production. I have seen the transforming power of purpose that a student can receive just when someone puts trust in them to tell a story that matters.
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