Yearbooks shouldn't have to cost the school money! In fact, at Blossom, we believe your yearbook sales could be one of your best fundraisers! Use your yearbooks to raise funds for the school or to support another cause that may or may not be directly connected to your school.
RAISING FUNDS TO PAY FOR THE YEARBOOK
Sell ad space in your homeschool, high school or elementary school yearbook. There are lots of people who would love the idea of supporting their local school while getting their business information out there. Sell space to:
It's November! Thanksgiving is near, cool Autumn temps have set in, and yes - Holiday decorations, gifts, and music have begun already! Be prepared for the quick passing of the seasons with this month's yearbook adviser checklist! If you're looking for more high-school curriculum resources, have no fear. Check out our high-school yearbook curriculum ideas elsewhere on the blog!
If we've said it once, we've said it many times...photos make a yearbook!! Photos are also the most challenging pieces to compile. Once an event passes, it's impossible to go back and recapture the moments. It's important to have photographers available at every event, be requesting photos throughout the year, and to make sure all events are captured and ready for the yearbook before the next season begins!
Fall always seems to be the busiest time of year. Use the checklist below to ensure your team is photo-ready before winter activities start-up!
A cache, or Temporary Internet File, is a folder created by your internet browser to store items for future use (buttons, icons, photos, and even entire web pages). When you visit a website, your browser saves or caches these files and uses them in the future to help increase speed and load the page faster. This works great for increasing speed! However, if a website updates, you may not see the new version or features. It's a great idea to refresh your cache occasionally, or when the website isn't working well for you. You may be using a very old version!