Quality yearbook content is reflective of the school population… So shouldn’t the staff be as well? At the front of the room, surrounded by boxes of yearbooks, Faith Pagan addressed the class. For many high school sophomores, speaking to a room full of peers would instantly incite an anxiety attack, but Pagan had no problem…Read more
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The websites Humans of New York and StoryCorps are great examples of written and visual storytelling. Use them to teach your students how to get more personal interest stories into this year’s book if there’s time, or to start training next year’s reporters. One of a journalist’s primary jobs is to tell compelling stories. Telling…Read more
It would have been understandable if Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School’s student journalists and the staff suspended operations after the tragedy at their school. Instead of opting out, those students have faced the stories stemming from February 14, 2018, head on. “We have a story to tell and it’s our story,” explained adviser Sarah Lerner.…Read more
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Imagine the Possibilities
The latest version of Walsworth’s Possibilities idea book is now available. Get inspiration from the finest themes, spreads, covers and photos done by Walsworth Yearbooks schools in the past year.