September 26, 2018 / National Yearbook Week

National Yearbook Week is a time for celebration!

Written by Aimee Parsons

We love National Yearbook Week and you should too! It is basically a big spirit week for yearbooks and we’ve been busy making party plans. We want you to join in on the fun all next week!

If you are new to yearbook, you might be asking yourself, what in the world is National Yearbook Week? Let’s start with the back story. In 1987, President Ronald Reagan declared the week of Oct. 4 each year as “National Yearbook Week.” That’s right, most holidays are a single day and yearbook gets a whole week! Because Oct. 4 doesn’t always start on Monday, we decided to get the most out of this amazing week and celebrate it the first full week of October every year! This year, it starts Oct. 1!

Celebrate with us on social media and at school with fun treats and yearbook specials. It’s the perfect week to spread awareness about yearbook and what makes it awesome!

Here is what we have in the works:

Enter The Best Thing About Yearbook Is… Drawing!

Yearbook advisers, enter our drawing for a chance to win one of two fully stocked mini fridges for your yearbook room as well as a fun poster pack and buttons! It’s simple, just fill out the form at and tell us what you think the best thing about yearbook is. This drawing is open to all yearbook advisers across the country. We want to hear from all yearbook advisers! You have until 1 p.m. Central on Friday, Oct. 6, to enter.

Sign up and listen to one of these great webinars:

  • Content-Driven Design with Mike Taylor, CJE

Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018 at 2 p.m. Central

Find out more about what will be covered and save your seat here!

  • Feature It! with Jim Jordan and Susan Massy

Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018 at 3:15 p.m. Central

Find out more about what will be covered and save your seat here!

Check out these new podcasts!

We will be dropping two new podcasts next week! Find them at or wherever you prefer to listen! #AskMike #ChatwithJim

Connect with us!

Each day we’ll be specifically celebrating a different aspect of yearbook that we love. Connect with us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter all week long to see our daily topics. Don’t forget to show us how you are celebrating the week, so we can share it with the world. We love to see what you’re doing!

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Aimee Parsons

Aimee Parsons is the Yearbook Marketing Manager at Walsworth and has held various other roles within the company. Prior to joining Walsworth, Parsons was a corporate photographer for Burns and McDonnell Engineering and owned and operated her own freelance photography business. Marketing and photography are her passions, which led to her becoming a national award-winning Photo-Editor for The Campus Ledger newspaper at Johnson County Community College and eventually studying commercial photography at Northern Arizona University.