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Lesson Plans

re: yearbook woes

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Teri Sanford Mason (terily)
Thu, 17 Jun 1999 10:24:05 -0500

San D,
Just let it roll off your back. You can't please everyone, all the
time. Be thankful that they are talking to YOU and not the kids. I was
editor of my yearbook (staff for 3 years, editor for 2) and I'm SURE
there were some adult complaints, but the students were always happy,
and that is who the yearbook is for!!
Incidentally, I also produced the yearbook at my last school (K-5) and
had only a few 5th grade helpers as a "staff" (no scheduled period, just
after school volunteers). The parents all loved the books, as did the
kids. I think there is a different mentality in elementary than the
upper grades. I wouldn't trade for the world!

Hang in there, I'm sure the book is awesome!!

teri s. mason
hutto, tx