Yearbook For Dummies

By Siddharth Venigalla and Preston Willett: Pages (5)

Boy's Soccer

Tips

-Make friends with team

-Dont procastinate

-Take Action Photos

Fall Dance

Tips

-Go to the Dance

-Get Interesting Photos

-Get Photos of Award Winners

SCA & We the People

Tips

-Go to Meetings

-Take pictures of officers

-Join or make connections with them

Art and Drama

Tips

-Get pictures of fun projects

-Don't take boring pictures

-Choose photo filled template

Snow

-Get out take and ask for pictures

-Make sure to find out who's in the pictures

-Have varied pictures don't get the SAME thing

Calendar

September:

-Build up photography skills

-Work on captions

-Think about what pages you want

-Pick partner

October:

-Collect game/activity schedules

-Attend practices/meetings

-Take and tag pictures

-Look for templates

-Get yout pages

-Choose colors and fonts for yearbook

-Choose theme

November:

-Improve template

-Get more photos

-Ask Mrs.Gallant about template and page

December:

-Find out more about events

-Attend activity meetings

-Get people's names who are in your photos

January:

-Watch and meet your deadlines

-Help out other people

-Make sure all your photos are tagged

Feburary:

-Get editor advice on pages

-Make sure pages go with theme

-Make sure page matches the correpsponding one

March:

-Complete your deadlines

-Ensure captions are good before deadlines

-Correct all grammar and spelling mistakes

April:

-Acheive correspondence between your page and index

-Help people who do not have pages done

-Make sure page is ok with editors and Mrs. Gallant

May-June:

-Complete Mrs.Gallant's assignments

Positions' Tasks

Closing

Yearbook is a wonderful class that will have a huge impact on your education and leave you a different person than who walked in. It may seem daunting at first but believe us its worth it. In the words of a Chinese fortune cookie, "Do not give up the beginning is always the hardest."