Possibilities Photo Contest Winners Announced

We were flooded with nearly 1,500 entries in just five days! We were floored by the quality of all the photos that were submitted. After difficult deliberations by our judges, three images rose to the top.

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November 15, 2021 / News

Three Walsworth Yearbooks schools finished in first place in the Best of Show contest at the virtual Fall JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention held this past weekend. The convention was held virtually due to the lingering COVID-19 pandemic, but NSPA still allowed entries into the Best of Show and announced the winners on Saturday. The three Walsworth Yearbooks…

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November 10, 2021 / Marketing / Staff Fun

Updated by Walsworth Yearbooks The next two months can be some of the busiest of the year for your yearbook staff as you race to get pages done before winter break, while also mixing in valuable time with family and friends around the holidays. But the holiday season is also the perfect time to get…

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November 8, 2021 / Staff Management

Updated by Walsworth Yearbooks The holiday season is here, but you are probably well aware that a little yearbook work needs to be mixed in with all the upcoming festivities and family time. Now is a great time to plan student life coverage for the winter break. Editors need to put into place plans to…

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November 7, 2021 / Ask Mike / Staff Fun

Updated by Walsworth Yearbooks One of my favorite memories of advising yearbook has very little to do with the actual production of the yearbook. Instead, it has to do with developing caring young adults. I was determined to teach my students that giving a portion of themselves to the world around them is more important…

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October 21, 2021 / Ask Mike / Copywriting / Coverage / Fall 2021

Rethinking Your Yearbook Post-COVID Closing the door on the 2021 school year could not come soon enough for teachers across the country. It was a tough year, but if anyone made lemonade from lemons, it was classroom teachers. There was also good that came from one of the craziest school years ever, and I want…

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October 20, 2021 / Copywriting / Coverage / Design / Fall 2021

Editors and staffers can use these guides as a checklist to create marvelous mods and compelling student profiles We all have grand dreams at the beginning of the school year for how amazing our yearbook can be. The goal is to tell great stories, capture amazing images, include every student, create a record of the…

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We see yearbooks that come in all varieties. The yearbook cover has the biggest impact on your book because let’s face it, people always judge a yearbook by its cover. Follow this checklist to make sure your yearbook cover is one for the books. Readable and Relatable Make sure your cover is readable and relatable…

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October 14, 2021 / News

This year, we tried something different – hosting a five-day photo contest during National Yearbook Week to crowdsource great photography, see student life through the staffers’ eyes and ultimately pick a photo to use on the cover of our Possibilities volume 9 book. Having never done so before, we didn’t know what to expect. Would…

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