As a former college yearbook editor, computer support technician and now yearbook rep, I know what it takes to produce a quality publication. My number one goal is to help my schools achieve yearbook greatness and produce a book the entire community will be proud of.
With my journalism background, I have a passion for helping my schools tell their story in their own words. I have been a part of the Walsworth family for 14 years and am proud to work for the only family-owned company in the business.
Walsworth is here to help!
Take some time to listen to what yearbook folks from around the country are thinking about, regarding their plans for yearbook coverage with the upcoming year.
Watch this recent session hosted by Walsworth consultant, and former award-winning adviser Jim Jordan, called Developing a New Coverage Mindset.
Did you attend Walsworth's recent Adviser Academy? Which included a roundtable discussion on coverage and how yearbooks might look this fall? It's not too late to sign up to catch the recordings.
Planning kits will be shipping to schools, starting in late July.
But in the meantime, here are the 2020-21 fonts for schools wanting to get a head start on the look of their book.
Get inspired in Walsworth's Design Showcase!
At Yearbook Help, you will find endless information about the yearbook process and technology.
There are also some great lessons on the journalism skills that students should learn under the Curriculum tab.
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I can’t imagine being a yearbook adviser without the support and family that Walsworth provides. My rep Jenny comes to my yearbook class frequently and the students love it when she comes. I also know I can text her at any time and get the help I need. I’ve never felt alone, even though I’m the only teacher at my school who is a journalism adviser. She’s been instrumental in connecting us with other experts in the yearbook world to help us improve.
She has always been a great resource for me and my students. I'm most comfortable having her in my classroom with students, and she knows her stuff. She is a valuable asset to Walsworth.