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Imagine playing a football or basketball game, but not keeping score. Or learning to play a musical instrument for the school band, but never choosing to perform in a concert. It seems unusual.
THE THEME HAS BEEN SELECTED, THE BUDGET IS SET, AND NOW THE STAFF MUST COME UP WITH A COVER IDEA FOR THE YEARBOOK THAT TRULY CONVEYS THEIR MESSAGE ABOUT THE SCHOOL YEAR. WALSWORTH HAS EXTREMELY TALENTED PROFESSIONAL DESIGNERS TO HELP YOU WITH THIS TASK. Walsworth also has a variety of pre-designed covers to choose from in its Portfolio booklet that comes in the Kit. But like a painter getting ready to paint, if you do not know what paints and canvases are available, how do you know what you can achieve?
EACH ISSUE OF IDEA FILE FEATURES A LIST OF BOOKS YEARBOOK ADVISERS ARE READING AND USING. The list varies and includes book subjects ranging from instructional to popular non-fiction. For this issue, advisers were asked to name a book or two that they have set aside to read this summer, when the days are less hectic. Advisers have plans to read for work and pleasure. Maybe there is a book here you have not thought to pick up.
Max Berkbigler joined Walsworth about 18 months ago after completing college. He graduated from William Woods University in Fulton, Mo., with a graphic design degree and a business minor. He is a native of Wellsville in east-central Missouri, and now lives in Brookfield, Mo., with his dog, Lexi, a mini pinscher.
You may be overlooking a vast and multi-talented resource for your yearbook program: parents. Parents love their children, want them to succeed and want to help when they can. If you show them the value of your program, and explain how it works in a way they can support it, your program will benefit.