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How 2 Advisers Are Handling COVID-19 Closures and Coverage

How 2 Advisers Are Handling COVID-19 Closures and Coverage By Nicole Hammond, Professional Development Trainer Unprecedented. Pandemic. Shelter-in-place. Social distancing. Coronavirus. The world is a scary place this spring, and not only do we as adults need to allay our students’ fears (as well as our own), but we need to provide a sense of How 2 Advisers Are Handling COVID-19 Closures and Coverage

Developing Yearbook Stories

Everyone knows that a yearbook is more than just a bunch of class portraits—it’s a reflection of a specific time and place: your year at your school. And while photos play a huge part in documenting your year, feature stories add depth and dimension to the visual record. So, what are you going to write Developing Yearbook Stories

Yearbook Ladder Planning

We’ve all heard the saying “the best laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” It’s true; no matter how diligently we plan—for lessons, for weddings, for whatever—something is bound to go wrong. Or is it? Proper yearbook ladder planning is one sure-fire way to help avoid those yearbook emergencies! KNOWING IS HALF THE BATTLE. Yearbook Ladder Planning

Holidays: How Students Celebrate

Incorporating holiday celebrations into your yearbook can bring about pages that are both unique and creative. Think about your school’s student body. Do the students in your school celebrate Chinese New Year, Ramadan, Passover or Kwanza? If so, then why not design a page that features the important aspects of each holiday. Interview students about Holidays: How Students Celebrate