Friday, June 1, 2012

Raise your standards

Beware of the SQUID!

Grades in Yearbook class come from three areas; sales, study and production. It is important that staff members keep all three in balance. It is a class; there are notes, quizzes and projects. It is a publication; there are pictures, pages, headlines, captions, and deadlines that all have to be taken care of. And it is a business; it costs thousands of dollars to produce a yearbook so we need to sell books and secure sponsors. That doesn't have to be difficult or intimidating, but it does need to get done. Archive staff members need to be prepared to be responsible for all three areas.