Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021! We’re excited to be back and starting our eighth year of Tuesday Tips. And with a new year should come a fresh start and new attitude. We know it’s been a tumultuous
Bueller? Bueller? Online learning is reminiscent of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Where’s Waldo books. Your typically chatty staffers have gone silent in the era of Zoom calls. To bring back the
“I’m where I am for a reason—as are all of my yearbook students. Yes, it’s difficult, but most of life’s successes are that much sweeter during difficult times.” Northgate High School yearbook
The ultimate week to celebrate yearbook is almost here! National Yearbook Week is Oct. 4-10, 2020. Take advantage of this national event to celebrate the importance of yearbooks and promote your
A rock with a simple message became a symbol of empowerment and strength for adviser Mike Tobias and his yearbook staff.Going the Distance is a new blog series about embracing yearbook challenges.
As many staffs meet virtually, advisers are scrambling for curriculum and lessons they can use remotely. Here are several resources to make planning easier.
Six weeks into school, adviser Caron Peck finds herself adapting to the situation, admiring her staff’s dedication and recognizing her own improved skills.
Great news! Your yearbook kit is on its way. Here’s a rundown of the resources in the production and planning kits. Plus, in case you missed it, how to access the digital version.
It’s going to be strange, it’s going to be different, it’s going to be a challenge. But we’re here to take it on!
Well, that was the shortest summer ever. But it’s September and that means back