It pays to take part in Walsworth’s booth promotions at the JEA/NSPA conventions. All you have to do is ask the yearbook staff at Ward Melville High School in East Setauket, New York.
The Ward Melville group attended the most recent Fall National High School Journalism convention held in Kansas City in November and took part in Walsworth’s Passport promotion at the booth.
Over in the News & Notes section, you can see how some Walsworth yearbooks fared this past weekend in the contests at the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Kansas City.
Yearbooks from four Walsworth schools placed in the Best of Show competition, while Erin Tachi from Boone High School in Orlando, Fla., was selected Honorable Mention in NSPA’s Design of the Year contest.
For the last three days, students from throughout the country have converged in Kansas City for the fall JEA/NSPA convention.
Attendees took classes from various speakers, had the opportunity to listen to several keynotes from renowned journalists, and compete in writing, design and photography competitions on Friday afternoon.
A steady stream of students and advisers passed through the exhibit hall on Thursday and Friday at the Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Kansas City.
There was a festive atmosphere in the air, and not just due to the presence of all the animals from the Shrine Circus in town across the street being housed right outside the Convention Center’s doors.
The JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention is this week in Kansas City and Walsworth is there.
If you are headed to the convention, we want you to join in! Come upload your own images from the Kansas City convention right here in this gallery!
Yearbook Wally, the fun-loving high schooler who loves finding new stories and seeing new places, will be exploring Kansas City this week at the JEA/NSPA convention.
For this convention he’s especially excited because this time he is going be hanging out with his buddy, Molly.
The Fall National High School Journalism Convention starts on Thursday, and Walsworth is fired up to have the convention coming to its home turf of Kansas City.
At each JEA/NSPA convention, Walsworth brings a presence that can’t be missed on the exhibit floor, multiple speakers and sponsors the computer lab. This week in K.C. will be no different, and then some.
If you will be attending the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Kansas City next week, the Yearbooks Blog would love to hear about your experiences at the show.
We want to hear the stories of your travels to KC, what your yearbook staff is doing around town, what your learning in the sessions and what’s going on down on the exhibit floor.
The Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Kansas City is only a couple weeks away. For those coming to Kansas City, now would be a good time to start flipping through the convention program and planning out your schedule.
You can download a copy of the program, or simply scroll through the contents in an online viewer, at the NSPA’s convention blog.
If you are coming to Kansas City in November for the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention, you must be either a teacher or student of journalism. Kansas City has an interesting journalism history and fascinating photogenic qualities.
If you are planning to visit any of the places listed here, take this trivia with you to entertain fellow teachers and students.