Yearbook Aligns With Common Core
Yearbook advisers have long trained and coached their staffs to create the ultimate performance portfolio on campus. A yearbook class is — by nature — designed to allow those enrolled to learn, practice and master the skills needed to produce the only permanent record of the school year for a diverse community. The process brings closure to lessons learned in a public, inclusive document that preserves the events and emotions of the year for students and faculty alike. While yearbook students have their own interests/involvement on campus, they understand that its their responsibility to cover all aspects of the year. Indeed, it’s often said that if an event or organization is not covered in the yearbook, in five years it will be as though it never existed. Few others on campus have responsibilities that impact others in the same way.