As we get closer to the holidays, here’s another fun story to remind you just how special yearbooks can be. The 2016 yearbook staff at Walsworth Yearbooks school Windsor High School in Windsor, California, had a braille version of their book printed for blind student Maycie Vorreiter. Vorreiter had always ordered a yearbook, but needed…
What Yearbook Means To Me
Through his involvement in yearbook and 49 years at the school, adviser Sal Di Gerlando has been the man responsible for creating the archives for Barringer High School.
For one former college yearbook editor now working with Walsworth, the memories contained in all her school yearbooks remain special, even as the years pass by.
On a recent visit to see relatives, Walsworth yearbook rep Mary Slater remembered just how special the yearbook can be, and got to spend time getting to know the Grandpa she never knew.
Read how former yearbook editor Amanda Sims and her parents walked the same high school halls, 32 years apart, and why she considers the yearbooks from those times such important, poignant keepsakes.
Yearbooks hold different memories for different people, and they can still hold plenty of value – even for those who spend their teen years moving to different schools.
Facebook and other social networking sites will help you stay in touch with friends, but yearbooks are the real memory archives – a realization that can hit home at events like a high school reunion.