Announcing Walsworth’s 2021 Photo Contest Winners

In a year where everything changed, one thing remained the same; Walsworth Yearbooks once again received thousands of impressive entries for this year’s Photo Contest!

Photo by Lacey Mamros

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March 19, 2021 / News

Congratulations to all the Columbia Scholastic Press Association Gold and Silver Crown winners! We are proud of our 20 customers who were named a CSPA Gold or Silver Crown winner on Friday, March 19. The ceremony, which normally happens during the CSPA Spring Convention, was held online due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 Walsworth…

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March 18, 2021 / Design

Every once in a while, a major technological breakthrough transforms the way we go about our personal or professional lives. For those who draw, sketch, paint or create visual art, iPad’s Procreate app has been one such gamechanger. Designed to be used with Apple’s tablet and stylus tools, Procreate gives artists all the benefits of…

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March 11, 2021 / News

Nineteen 2020 yearbooks from Walsworth Yearbooks schools were among the high school and middle school books announced as 2020 Pacemaker Finalists by the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) today. The following 2020 yearbooks printed by Walsworth were named as Pacemaker Finalists: Apollo, Colonial Forge High School – Stafford, Virginia Arena, Legacy High School – Mansfield, Texas Galleon, Silver…

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February 25, 2021 / Photo Contest

Updated by Walsworth Yearbooks. This year’s Photo Contest begins on Monday, March 1, and ends on Friday, April 9, 2021. Over the next month, yearbook photographers across the country will have their chance to win one of eight  $150 Visa® gift cards (and bragging rights, of course) with their photos featured in Walsworth’s Design Showcase.…

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February 18, 2021 / Advisers of Note

Tiffany Kopcak was recently named JEA’s H.L. Hall Yearbook Adviser of the Year Special Recognition Adviser. Her staff’s 2020 yearbook was one of host Jim Jordan’s favorite volumes, and they’re known for their willingness to go in new directions for coverage and design. She is our February 2021 Adviser of Note. To learn even more…

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February 17, 2021 / Design

Believe it – the index is the most-read section of your yearbook. The reason – it is the place students go to first to find themselves in the book, then to look up their friends, and then to find candid photos and look up teachers or other students. There is no question that your yearbook needs an index. But now where do you begin?

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February 8, 2021 / Coverage

We’re bombarded with news stories every single day, and as scholastic journalists it can be difficult to know how to cover these events properly. We reached out to the yearbook program at Eastern Lebanon County High School in Myerstown, Pennsylvania, for input from two of its members. This article is by adviser Jon Bickel. Be…

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February 2, 2021 / News

Congratulations to Jim Jordan! The Journalism Education Association (JEA) named him as the recipient of its 2021 Linda S. Puntney Teacher Inspiration Award. He sat down for an interview with Walsworth Yearbooks shortly after learning about it. “I had absolutely no idea this was coming,” Jordan shared. He may not have known it was coming,…

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