Things happen — disruptive things, disappointing things, discombobulating things, but we don’t have to be undone by it, unraveled by it, nor undermined by it. No. we can flip it, we can spin it, we can pivot, and we can make the best out of it.
Gwen Childers // :43.08
Dan reminds us of the many functions a yearbook serves for its readers, the school and those who create it also includes lots of examples for inspiration and reinforces some guidelines that help the yearbook maintain its value through the years.
Dan Mueller // :20.08
Perhaps more suitable as a closing or at a staff recruiting or parent meeting, this iteration is more about the benefits of being on a yearbook staff and what a great yearbook can bring to the school community. Still, it includes lots of examples for inspiration and provides strong rationale for choosing this powerful elective — or motivation to get started.
Dan Mueller // :12.55
This is an amazing passage written by famous novelist, Pat Conroy, that was originally published as the opening copy in Riverwood International Charter School's yearbook. Set to video by Herff Jones with permission from Pat Conroy, it reminds us of the power and purpose of the books we make.
Pat Conroy // :2:22
See how your yearbook is made!
Created by Jamie Silver // :11:52