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May 3, 2024 / Staff Fun

Since school will be ending soon, it is time to start cleaning the classroom, checking equipment for repairs and replenishing supplies, even if you are a fall delivery book.

Whether your staff has worked hard this year or is still working hard, an occasional break can make work go faster and smoother.

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April 24, 2024 / Staff Fun / Staff Management

We know yearbook recruiting occurs year round, but with class selection and enrollment around the corner, right now is the most important time of year to focus on developing next year’s program. Check out the Walsworth Yearbooks training video It’s Time to Start Recruiting and download our Recruiting Yearbook Staffs: Methods to the Madness eBook. These will help you…

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November 10, 2021 / Marketing / Staff Fun

Updated by Walsworth Yearbooks The next two months can be some of the busiest of the year for your yearbook staff as you race to get pages done before winter break, while also mixing in valuable time with family and friends around the holidays. But the holiday season is also the perfect time to get…

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November 7, 2021 / Ask Mike / Staff Fun

Updated by Walsworth Yearbooks One of my favorite memories of advising yearbook has very little to do with the actual production of the yearbook. Instead, it has to do with developing caring young adults. I was determined to teach my students that giving a portion of themselves to the world around them is more important…

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September 11, 2019 / National Yearbook Week / News / Staff Fun

Success takes many shapes and forms. Many of you already have a successful yearbook – it’s a good book that sells. But if you staunchly believe normal is overrated, if your pursuit of excellence is what drives you, if you keep searching for how to infuse the yearbook with your unique school flavor and spice,…

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April 10, 2019 / Staff Fun / Yearbook Tips

Several yearbook staffs all over the country have hit that stage of the school year where they are now finished with the book, but still a few weeks away from the final product being delivered and distribution day. It can be difficult finding things to keep the staff busy, especially seniors who don’t have their eyes on getting ready for next year’s book. But there are definitely productive tasks your seniors can be working on.

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December 3, 2018 / Staff Fun

Last month at the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Chicago, yearbook adviser Kaitlin Savage from Snohomish High School in Snohomish, Washington, was drawn as a winner of a mini fridge at the Walsworth Yearbooks booth. Now just a few weeks later, the Snohomish staff is enjoying the sweet new addition to their…

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