Yearbooks have been capturing the memories of our past since the 1600’s. When students would fill in blank pages with newspaper clippings, memos and dried flowers. From elementary school to high school and even through college yearbooks have been a great piece of memorabilia that has stayed with us throughout our lives and even something that has turned into an heirloom for some families.
If yearbooks are integrating into students’ pasts as a keepsake then shouldn’t those same yearbooks be special and unique to that specific year? The answer to this rhetorical question is yes! If you are part of the yearbook committee at your school what can you do this year to make your book more unique? Is it adding a section into the book that focuses on just the class of 2012? Is it holding a contest that encourages students to design the front cover for the 2011-2012 yearbook and the top three designs are chosen?
If your school currently doesn’t produce a yearbook due to the cost or school size then have we got good news for you! Check out Anderson’s Yearbooks (www.andersons.com/yearbooks) to learn about: the low order minimums, the easy to use web based software and the tools that are included with your purchase to help you advertise and manage yearbook sales. Make your yearbooks something that will be kept by your students for a long time and even shared with their kids in the future!