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Many yearbook staffs have already begun dealing with their first page deadlines of the year over the last couple weeks, and many more will be tackling deadlines in the weeks ahead before winter break. It can be a challenging time for everyone. But deadlines don’t have to be stressful. Take a look at these posts…

The ladder represents the blueprint for the coverage plans for the year, and those plans can change. Unlike a Jenga tower, the whole book is not going to collapse if you have to move things around. Build your ladder in a way that allows for adjustments, if necessary.

Kansas City, Mo. (Sept. 27, 2012) – The deadline for yearbook staffs to enter their publication into the CSPA’s annual awards is now only a couple weeks away.

Creating a yearbook can be one of the most gratifying aspects of high school, but it can also be a particularly thankless and stressful job – especially when submission deadlines roll around.

Deadlines for the NSPA’s annual Pacemaker contest are right around the corner. 2009 yearbooks must be submitted by Jan. 15, 2010.

Kansas City, Mo. (Aug. 7, 2009) – The deadline to be considered for induction into the NSPA and ACP Halls of Fame is next month.

Organizing for the yearbook deadline can sometimes be an overwhelming task, but taking the following tips under advice may make your task much easier to handle.

Give a well-organized, enthusiastic, go-getter type the responsibility of advising the yearbook and she still may be reduced to a sniveling, jumbled-mumbling zombie by the second deadline (it is impossible to remember first deadlines – too hideous). What is it about yearbook deadlines that makes them so elusive many schools admit missing some, most or even all of them during the year?

I suffered from deadline dread my first year as adviser of The Spinnaker at Laney High School. Despite those early days when pages were turned in the day of shipping for the mad dash to the plant, I have survived and learned from my mistakes. While I still have a lot to learn about yearbook publishing, I have come to understand that deadlines are a necessary evil.

We all know someone who has had COVID-19, and it’s very possible someone on your staff has had it. But if you plan ahead, there are some steps you can take to make sure that a COVID quarantine doesn’t stop the production of your yearbook. Make a plan to retrieve or drop off equipment. One…