Brad Hempstead

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I'm Brad Hempstead

Iowa/Nebraska/South Dakota
Yearbook Representative

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Instead of This, TRY THIS – Planning Your 2021 Coverage

Planning your yearbook coverage is a whole new ball game this year. Previous years may have allowed you to take last year’s ladder and tweak it for the upcoming year, but some schools are completely reimagining their coverage approach.

That may sound scary, but it’s actually a great thing! There are so many stories to tell, and it’s your job to tell it well. In fact, some schools are deciding to increase their page count to make room for student profiles and do justice to the historic story of the 2020-2021 school year.

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Yearbook Snap makes crowdsourcing a breeze

Yearbook Snap, Walsworth’s mobile app, makes your crowdsourcing efforts easier than ever. It is the free app for our web-based Community Upload.

Students, parents and others in your school community can take photos and quickly submit them during events, virtual learning, in school or anywhere students happen to be.

Read more about it in this article in our Yearbooks Blog.

 

 

Everything you need for back to school in one place

Are you ready for the 2020-21 school year? Is your yearbook staff prepared to document this unprecedented year at your school?

In an unpredictable year, we want to make your life easier. Visit our back-to-school page, which includes numerous resources to help you plan your year all in one place. Take a look around and remember, we are always here to help.

Check out the Design Showcase

Get inspired in Walsworth's Design Showcase!

  • The Cover Gallery has already been updated for 2020.
  • The Theme Gallery will be updated soon with new 2020 yearbooks!

What People Are Saying About Walsworth Yearbooks...

I've had a fantastic experience. All the people from Walsworth are amazing.

- Ben Martinez, Adviser, M.A. Firebaugh High School

 

Walsworth has truly invested in people working to cultivate an environment of excellence and community. They care, they’re hardworking and it shows.

- Ian Reidy, Adviser, Tarpon Springs High School
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