Yearbook camp is typically full of fun memories for students, and is something you should consider.
With a little organization, knowledge of your staff’s personality and a few dozen cookies, you and your staff can confidently go on holiday, prepped and ready to hit the ground running when you return.
Seasoned yearbook adviser Kristen Scott shares her strategies for a great start.
Take a look at this adviser’s journey from being on staff to leading the class.
Volunteering as a group is an effective team builder. But it can also propel the yearbook’s purpose in the school.
Attracting yearbook talent and making your class the one everyone wants to take can be simple. Learn about ways to recruit students for your yearbook staff.