Yearbooks get some love north of the border
Written by Evan Blackwell, CJE
Yearbooks got some more good publicity this week. This time from an article in The Shaunavon Standard, a Canadian newspaper, which wrote a feature story detailing how popular the yearbook still is with schools in their community.
“The kids’ enthusiasm and joy when a yearbook’s done and when we get it back in September remains the same. People just want to relive the year,” yearbook adviser Gail Balfour told the paper.
The article also contains some interesting discussion about the technological advances that have been made in yearbook production, with many yearbook staffs now moving online to produce the book.