Six things new yearbook advisers should be doing right now

There are many tasks to complete at the beginning of the school year. Walsworth is here to provide some guidance. We’ve compiled a list of the six tasks that need to be addressed right now.

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Spring 2005

April 26, 2005 / Design / Spring 2005

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?

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April 26, 2005 / Spring 2005

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.

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April 26, 2005 / Spring 2005

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.

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April 26, 2005 / Spring 2005 / Staff Management

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.

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