It’s Party Time!
The school year is starting with new staff members and yearbook veterans. That doesn’t mean you can’t already celebrate the achievements that have happened. Here’s how to start your year off right.
Live as only you can
The one thing that you have that nobody else has is you. Your voice, your mind, your story, your vision. So write and draw and build and play and dance and live as only you can.
— Neil Gaiman, Author
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I, _______________, solemnly swear
that this yearbook is not about me.
It is not a scrapbook of the yearbook class.
It is not about the “popular” kids, the football team, the homecoming court.
It is not even about my friends,
(even though I love them more than other people’s friends).
It is about everyone in my school.
It is about making everyone feel good.
This is my chance to pay it forward and make someone’s day.
I, ______________, solemnly swear
that I will try my best to cover everyone
in the school at least three times.
In the name of our yearbook: hooray!
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Tell us how you celebrate
How do you celebrate the moments that matter, big and small? How do you mark important milestones and achievements with your staff and your school? From pizza parties to award ceremonies, each school community celebrates in their own fun and unique way, and we want to hear from you.
Share with us how you celebrate your yearbook, your staff and your school. We’d love to share your words of wisdom with other advisers.