The March yearbook checklist is here. We know March is a really busy month and it’s really easy for things to get pushed to the side until there is more time, but who are we kidding…there is never more time in yearbook land. So, these are just a few important things we think you don’t want to put on the back burner.
Finalize photographers for spring sports and school events. If a professional photographer will be taking the photos, contact the studio to confirm dates and request a copy of the images as soon as they are available.
Plan a way to celebrate your final page submission. It’s a big accomplishement–you deserve to celebrate!
Update not-covered list and make one final push to get students included more than one time.
Begin recruiting staff members for next year. If allowed, make appointments to visit art and English classes to give a short presentation about the benifits of being on yearbook staff. You can also put up posters around school and solicit recomendations from English and art teachers.
Start planning for distribution. If you have a distribution event, make inital contacts to secure location, date and times.