With an abrupt change in schooling, staffs missed out on a full recruiting season. But really, it’s never too late to recruit for yearbook.
Just because it’s been an unusual year, doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate our success! Whether staffers are working on pages, waiting for the book or poring over the finished product, it’s important
We love distribution day and the excitement of sharing yearbooks with the community. But we also worry about complaints. Hopefully, the unusualness of this year will make people kinder and more
Can I still buy a book? When will yearbooks be here? How will they be distributed? Here’s how five schools are answering buyers’ questions.
Balfour employees at the letter jacket facility in Waco, TX, have been sewing masks for local hospitals. They were crafted from cap and gown fabric from Gaspard, Balfour’s sister company, also
There’s a meme for that. Yearbook staffs smartly use humorous memes to promote ad sales and distribution information. But a clever new strategy has schools utilizing their faculty and staff to
Bridgeland Media staffers meet at a local coffee shop during spring break last week. With growing coronavirus concerns, the yearbook staff wanted to plan finishing the yearbook. The preemptive
We all have them. The kid thrown into yearbook who has no desire to work on it. The student you don’t quite trust in the hallways. The student who’s sweet as can be, but can’t write a story or