Five summer assignments for yearbook photographers

Here are five suggestions on how to work on being a better yearbook photographer over the summer break.

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May 9, 2018 / News

The Interscholastic League Press Conference (ILPC) honored Rachel Dearinger from Legacy High School in Mansfield, Texas, this past weekend with an Edith Fox King Award. Dearinger, a co-adviser at Legacy, a Walsworth Yearbooks customer school, accepted the award at the ILPC’s annual awards dinner in Austin, Texas. Each spring ILPC recognizes advisers who have made…

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May 8, 2018 / Marketing

As we celebrate the extra efforts of yearbook advisers during Teacher Appreciation Week, here’s a special shoutout to adviser Kira Hayes from Lewisville High School in Lewisville, Texas, who has been spreading the yearbook love, and boosting yearbook sales, with her Pay it Forward program. This year is Hayes’ sixth as a teacher and yearbook…

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May 6, 2018 / News

May 7-11 represents 2018 Teacher Appreciation Week, so all of us at Walsworth Yearbooks are excited to honor yearbook advisers everywhere. We get the chance to work with amazing advisers in the classroom every day and we see first-hand the difference they make in the lives of students, which is why this week is so…

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May 3, 2018 / Employee Spotlight

Here at Walsworth Yearbooks, we’re lucky to have many excellent employees. These are the people who make our company run. Some of them interact with our customers every day, but many of them don’t. We’re lucky to have these people, and are sharing a little bit about them in our Employee Spotlight series. Kathy McCollum…

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May 1, 2018 / News / Photography / Photos

It was another successful year for Walsworth’s annual Photo Contest, with the 2018 Contest attracting nearly 4,000 outstanding entries from across the country. Thank you to all the talented yearbook photographers who took the time to enter. Here are the winners and Honorable Mentions in each category. The top prize winners will receive a $100…

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April 25, 2018 / New Advisers / News

A replay of Walsworth’s April 24 webinar, “Your Yearbook is Done. Now What?,” hosted by Jim Jordan, is now available for viewing. Jordan’s hour-long presentation focused on how yearbook advisers can keep the yearbook staff busy throughout those last few weeks of the school year once the final pages have been submitted. Essentially serving as…

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April 23, 2018 / News

Andrew Young, the yearbook adviser at Walsworth Yearbooks school Woodland Junior High in Fayetteville, Arkansas, was named the 2018 Adviser of the Year by the Arkansas Scholastic Press Association (ASPA) this past Friday evening at the ASPA’s annual state convention. Young’s honor capped off a great ASPA Convention for the Woodland staff, as Hadley Humphry…

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April 19, 2018 / Advisers of Note

She teaches journalism. She teaches AP English. She advises three publications. Judy Cannaday is a triple-threat teacher. She is one of those amazing educators who does it all. She keeps giving and giving, doing whatever it takes to lead her kids to success. She has been leading the way with her outstanding journalism program in…

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April 16, 2018 / 2018 Spring JEA/NSPA / News

Two yearbook advisers won fully stocked mini fridges for their yearbook staffs during Friday afternoon’s prize drawing in the Walsworth Yearbooks booth at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco. Michelle Riley, yearbook adviser from Burlingame High School in Burlingame, California, was drawn as one of the winners. Burlingame student Eugenia…

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