Teaching Yearbook Students Leadership with "Scenarios"

Get ready to discover a whole new angle to yearbook classes – one that's all about leadership!

Make Summer Pics a Snap

Want to hit the ground running in the fall and have content ready to use? Plan now for summer coverage and save yourself a headache later on.

Workshops offer bonding experience, extra planning time

A summer workshop is the ideal time to jumpstart the next book. Staffers plan the new theme, get advice from experts and form deeper connections as a team. 

Type Talks: All About Typography

We tell students all the time, “Make your fonts look like the message you want to convey.” Choosing the right font takes the verbal visual connection to the next level.

The Book’s Done! Now What?

You’ve finished that final stretch and rocked your final deadline. All the pages have been submitted, and there are a few weeks until distribution and the end of school. What do you do with all of

You can enjoy Spring Break – here’s how!

Spring Break! Time to sit on the beach, book in hand, and soak up the sun. Not so fast. For yearbook advisers, Spring Break is either your deadline or a to-the-finish line panic attack.

Share a little love on Valentine’s Day

With Valentine’s Day around the corner, it’s the perfect time to take a little yearbook break and share a lot of love with your staff.February 14th is a good excuse to show affection and thankfulness

Eight ways to avoid missing deadlines

Whether you’re racing to the finish line or in the thick of it, deadlines can stress out the staff. For spring books, the coming days are imperative. Finish your book or miss delivery day. For fall

Keeping Motivation High: Pom Poms and Pancakes

You did it! They did it! You’re meeting deadlines, flowing class photos in and wrapping up the fall sports pages. With a big project like the yearbook, it’s important to reward achievements along the

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