Walsworth Yearbooks announces winners of 2017 Photo Contest

The 2017 Photo Contest ended up becoming the largest ever for Walsworth Yearbooks, with more than 4,400 entries.

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July 30, 2015 / Staff Management

Yearbook is hard work, and everyone needs a break from hard work now and then. Both yearbook production and fun activities should foster a unified, family-like atmosphere that will relieve stress, provide motivation and team-building opportunities and make for great memories. The list of tips below is by no means complete, but try some of these ideas for making yearbook fun.

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March 1, 2012 / Marketing / Spring 2012

For all of the changes in yearbooks during the past seven or eight decades, one has remained the same – students still enjoy signing each others’ books. For that reason, if you are trying to get your yearbook further ingrained as a part of student life, provide students an opportunity to enjoy their yearbooks when they receive them, instead of just handing them out.

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July 20, 2009 / Marketing

In a perfect world, every student would buy a yearbook every year. They would just line up to pay for it.

There are a few schools like that. Seattle Preparatory School, a private Jesuit school in Seattle, Wash., is one of them.

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July 20, 2009 / Marketing

A well written and designed book that has good coverage of the entire school population will sell well. Probably no single factor does more to sell a book than the intrinsic value of the book, which can be improved with four features.

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July 20, 2009 / Fundraising

Looking for a creative fund-raiser? Check out these ideas, sent to us from advisers across the country. If you send us your fund-raising success story, we will send you Pizza Hut coupons for your staff if we post your suggestion online.

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