Yearbook workshop season rolls on to Galveston

Written by Jim Jordan

Tuesday was the second full day at Walsworth’s Galveston workshop. With some hard work, the 2011 themes are starting to come together. It is great to see so many new yearbookers wanting to create a better book.

I love seeing kids get excited about the year ahead and creating the best yearbook their school has ever seen.

If you ever get down to Galveston, be sure to visit Gaido’s. Awesome fresh Gulf Shrimp since 1911.

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July 28, 2010 at 8:24 am, yearbookforever said:

Yearbook workshop season rolls on to Galveston

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Jim Jordan

Jim Jordan is a Special Consultant for Walsworth Yearbooks and the host of the Yearbook Chat with Jim podcast. He is former yearbook adviser at Del Campo High School in Fair Oaks, California. Jim was the 1996 JEA Yearbook Adviser of the Year, and shares his expertise with students and advisers at workshops and conventions across the country. Jim is the lead mentor for Walsworth's Adviser Mentor Program.