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One thing the yearbook staff is always trying to do is make the yearbook stand out from all the other books. Last week Mrs.Strange took four of her editors to a workshop to get new and fresh ideas. During this workshop, they learned new skills to put in the yearbook and how to communicate better with each other in the future.

Communication is a big part of having a team. We learned at the workshop that communicating with everyone benefits the whole group. Communicating gets everyone on the right track.

“I learned the key to a good staff that works is communication,” Junior Ellie Strange said. 

The workshop helped a lot of people’s creative juices flow and kept them learning about the new styles and what is trending.

Every year, I feel like I learn a new theme vehicle or design element that I love and want to incorporate in the new book. The workshop just always gets my creativity flowing and hypes me up for the next year,” Junior Olivia Thuringer said.

The workshops show people that they are not alone and that they all have the love for the yearbook and the passion for it too.

“My favorite part was being around a bunch of people who have the same interest as I do and [hearing] some other people’s inputs and ideas,” Junior Lizeth Morales said.

Yearbook workshops are fun learning opportunities to learn how to make the yearbook better and the staff as well. Workshops help your staff come closer together, and get you some ideas for the yearbook and how to make it better.                                                                                                                                                                                          

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