Posted in: Photography
Few things demonstrate the dedication of a photographer to improve more than continuing to take images well after the last yearbook assignment has been completed. Whether it is the last deadline in the spring or summer break, here are five suggestions on how to be a better photographer for the coming year.Read more → /?php the_title(); ?>
Posted in: Spotlight
For more than 20 years, Jim Jordan, Crystal Kazmierski and Susan Massy have been the closest friends. They’ve taught together, shared ideas and supported each other. Now, the three yearbook advisers and their yearbook programs have found themselves aligned in one more way – tied in NSPA Pacemaker awards.
Posted in: Spotlight
This week of May 6-10 was Teacher Appreciation Week, and for all of us at Walsworth Yearbooks, that was reason to celebrate. Students who shared their personal stories with us about a teacher who impacted their life in a positive way won a copy of the book, “Heart of a Teacher.”
You can follow anything and everything going on in the world of yearbooks through the updates in our Blog. Daily posts on yearbook news, marketing videos, pop culture - check it out now!Yearbook Blog →
It’s always good to take a step back and remember why you create a yearbook, reward the hard work that goes into it, and relax to make all that work worthwhile.Practical yearbook advice →
Why Didn't I Think of That?
The Mountain Pine High yearbook staff wowed the students at their school by showing off Yearbook 3D and previewing their 2013 book at an awards assembly.Yearbook marketing tips →
Common yearbook tweaks
Being an adviser is a tough job, rife with tricky tasks for newbies. For those who made it through the first years, what would you go back and do differently – if you could?Yearbook fixes →
Kansas City, Mo. (May 2, 2013) – Jim McCrossen and Susan Massy, both yearbook advisers at Walsworth schools, will be honored this Saturday by the Kansas Scholastic Press Association (KSPA).
Kansas City, Mo. (April 30, 2013) – Seven yearbooks published by Walsworth placed in the Best of Show contest this past weekend at the JEA/NSPA Spring National High School Journalism Convention in San Francisco.