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Yearbook advisers

One thing that I have to watch carefully with my staff is that the yearbook not turn into a senior scrapbook. The senior editors keep coming up with wonderful ideas, but they don't include...

Latest answer posted August 14, 2009 5:07 am UTC

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Yearbook advisers

The previous post has some absolutely EXCELLENT ideas and responses. Don't think you are alone--I was the yearbook (and newspaper) advisor for most of my 20 years of teaching, and a few students...

Latest answer posted March 19, 2010 11:41 am UTC

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Yearbook advisers

I have no idea what the general consensus is on a DVD yearbook. I do know at my junior high, where I was an adviser, it did not go over well. Not that we did one, we didn't. The kids voted not to...

Latest answer posted August 13, 2009 1:38 pm UTC

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Yearbook advisers

I like the way poster #5 has set up her classroom and grading guidelines. I have never taught yearbook but my observations have been that the adviser and one or two students generally end up...

Latest answer posted June 15, 2010 4:25 am UTC

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Yearbook advisers

If you are talking about a public school, I would run all sales through your ASB secretary, as the laws are usually pretty strict when it comes to cash handling. At the school where I work, all...

Latest answer posted February 17, 2010 12:23 pm UTC

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Yearbook advisers

As an old, pre-internet yearbook advisor for my high school, I think you've come up with a very good idea. And your web site is clean, no-nonsense and well written. Certainly, it would be very...

Latest answer posted October 29, 2009 10:34 pm UTC

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Yearbook advisers

I was also surprised that your student editors got paid. That seems like a lot. I would say it depends on the school. However at my former university many students had aid in the form of work...

Latest answer posted January 2, 2012 3:23 pm UTC

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