"Do right. Do your best. Be honest. Treat others as you want to be treated and have fun!"
Before I started working with Walsworth, I taught art and journalism for eight years in the greater Houston area. I have a passion for teaching and enjoy seeing students be proud of their hard work. Journalism is not just a class but something much bigger. To see students not only produce a printed book of their school's history, but then choose to continue it after high school and on to careers is so rewarding.
I consider myself blessed to now be a part of so many adviser and student successes. Being part of a much bigger family is a blessing.
To our yearbook advisers and staffs, from all of Team Texas - we're so proud of everything you've accomplished during this difficult year!
Class selection and enrollment for next year are starting at most schools, so it's time for you to start recruiting for next year's yearbook staff.
This article outlines 15 ways you can ramp up your recruiting efforts... starting right now!
Need even more? Visit our recruiting section on walsworthyearbooks.com and get templates for fun posters, fliers, stickers - everything you need to kick off a yearbook recruiting campaign.
Work with the best and prepare for next year by attending one of our Elite Weekend workshops! You and a few key staff members will develop your theme package with the finest yearbook instructors.
Check out where our Elite Weekends will be this fall, including in the Dallas area, and get registered today!
(Katherine) understands both sides of this and truly works with advisers and schools to help cut costs where she can. She is willing to work with us and keeps the communication open. She will do whatever it takes to help her schools out.
Katherine is the kind of sales rep any school would be fortunate to have. She has boundless energy, a true passion for yearbook and her heart is in the right place. It has been amazing having her in my corner!
(Katherine) is excellent at dealing with all aspects of the job. She does a great job dealing with parents, students and staff. She is very good at dealing with problems that you encounter, seeking strategies to improve so those situations do not occur again and implementing the plan so the yearbook is an enjoyable experience for the students working to produce the book. She builds rapport with students like no one I've ever seen. She is able to get more out of students than they believe they can do.