Walsworth Level Up

Are you ready to Level Up?

Do you want to jazz up your design with showstopping spreads? Does your photography need some focus? Maybe you want to capture the spirit and zest of your school better in your writing. You might even entertain the notion that your book could be a national award winner. Whatever you goal, Walsworth can get you there. We’ve created the Level Up contest to help.

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September 11, 2019 / National Yearbook Week / News / Staff Fun

Success takes many shapes and forms. Many of you already have a successful yearbook – it’s a good book that sells. But if you staunchly believe normal is overrated, if your pursuit of excellence is what drives you, if you keep searching for how to infuse the yearbook with your unique school flavor and spice,…

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September 6, 2019 / New Advisers

The Walsworth Yearbooks Adviser Mentor Program pairs inexperienced yearbook advisers with those who have been doing it for a while. We want to make the first two years go as smoothly as possible, and sometimes that means putting our advisers in touch with someone who is in the classroom, day in and day out. Our…

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September 5, 2019 / Podcasts

You’ve probably heard by now, but we have a podcast network! The Walsworth Yearbooks Podcast Network, referred to as WYPN in our office, is the home of Ask Mike, Yearbook Chat with Jim and Behind the Byline. These are all amazing shows (although we may be a little biased), and they’re about to get even…

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September 5, 2019 / Podcasts

Participation in scholastic journalism may have saved Neelam Bohra’s life. At 19 years old, the freshman University of Texas student started experiencing severe health issues and was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease that attacked her kidneys. She needed a transplant and found a donor in Leah Waters. Bohra and Waters shared their story with host…

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August 29, 2019 / Podcasts

In the newest episode of the Ask Mike podcast, host Mike Taylor, CJE, interviewed yearbook editors from opposite sides of the country. The first interview is done with Saugus High School, Saugus, California. Editors Megan Puettmann, Olivia Tessalaar and Ashley Dredge (collectively known as MOA), shared their thoughts on creating their 2020 yearbook. Taylor’s second…

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August 22, 2019 / News

Congratulations are in order for Leland Mallett, CJE, of Legacy High School in Mansfield, Texas. Mallett was one of five journalism educator recipients of the 2019 Journalism Education Association (JEA) Medal of Merit on Thursday. This prestigious award is reserved for “JEA members who have made significant contributions to scholastic journalism,” according to the JEA…

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August 21, 2019 / News

We already know that we have the best yearbook advisers at our schools, but it feels pretty great when the rest of the country recognizes that too. That’s why it was so exciting to hear that six of the 12 Rising Stars Award winners announced today by the Journalism Education Association (JEA) are Walsworth customers!…

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August 16, 2019 / New Advisers

Back to school is a time for decorating your classroom; new notebooks, pencils, folders and pens; a new outfit (or two!) and all things yearbook. Now is also the time to build upon the momentum of last year for an even better year or to get ready for your first time advising yearbook. If you…

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August 14, 2019 / Podcasts

It’s hard to believe we’re now on season three of Yearbook Chat with Jim! Way back in season one, host Jim Jordan did two new-adviser focused episodes. In “That First Year: New Advisers Reflect,” Jordan interviewed yearbook advisers who had just wrapped up their first year. In his sixth episode, “Taking over an established yearbook…

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