Jai Tanner’s yearbook career spans 21 years and three different states – and that’s not even counting her high school yearbook experience. She spent the first three quarters of her career in Texas and New Mexico. Her yearbook staff at Franklin High School in El Paso, Texas, was no stranger to Crowns and Pacemakers. Her…Read more
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When Jai Tanner made the move from El Paso, Texas to the Pacific Northwest a few years ago, it didn’t seem on the surface to be such a daunting change. But the award-winning yearbook adviser soon learned she was in for a bit of culture shock at her new school, and that the regional differences…Read more
Scholastic Journalism Week, an annual event organized by the Journalism Education Association (JEA) to remind schools of the importance of scholastic journalism, has arrived. This year’s Scholastic Journalism Week runs from Feb. 17-23. The theme is “Dedicated to Our Communities.” The idea is that advisers and students will be able to raise consciousness regarding the…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.
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