Extras

Yearbook/Journalism Extra Items


  1. Campbell High School Yearbook Project Job # 14074

  2. Students may submit any relevant photos this year. Use the link below and use the school code….

    Please upload photos for us directly using the HJeShare APP or at www.hjeshare.com | (School Code: CAMPBELLHIGH). (all CAPS)

  3. Direct link to yearbook design site: (click here)

  4. Teams | Log in (usernames and passwords) | click here


Upcoming Events and Due dates:

  • January 7th: Senior Portraits for yearbook only. This is the day we pull Seniors who didn’t take their portraits to make sure we have them in the yearbook. 7am – 7pm.
  • January 12th: Retake Day in the will’s Gym with photographers on campus 7am – 7pm.  On campus students from 8:30-3:00, virtual students from 3:30-6:30 by appointment. (Perhaps shorter time, depending on Picture Day attendance.) (Students would remove mask only for the few seconds of the picture for identification purposes.)
  • February 2nd: Club Picture Day Gwyn-McClure Gym 8:30am – 3:00pm | Possibly Athletic Teams Day
  • February 12th: Remember that the senior ad deadline is February 12th.  Please make sure the seniors are aware that they can still purchase ads online at www.yearbookordercenter.com using the School Job Code 14074

March 22nd: YEARBOOK DUE DATE!

(all photos and editing completed for print)

 

Useful Contacts: (The head coaches for each sport is listed first for their specific sport.)

 


Roles & Responsibilities

Editor-in-Chief : Drew Dekle

Role, Responsibilities, and Commitment

As the editor of this year’s yearbook, you will be responsible for the following items. You will receive additional grades for your additional work. If you fail to complete tasks, it will be reflected in your grade, and more importantly, in the quality and final product of our school’s yearbook. Being an editor is an incredibly important leadership role, with a lot of responsibility, and reward.  You and your parents recognize the role you will be taking on:

  • Oversee completion of all assignments (mini assignments and major deadlines)
    • Check in with staff members on their progress.
    • Proofread and edit all spreads before submission.
    • Ensure that all spreads reflect the correct guidelines.
    • Keep the staff on task to ensure deadlines are met.
  • Meet with yearbook instructor outside of class time during the school year, approximately once a month.
  • Stay outside of class to ensure all work is completed, during lunch, before and after school, as needed.
  • Communicate regularly with staff and section editors about completion of work, questions, concerns, and expectations.
  • Supervise staff and section editors:
    • Answer questions.
    • Provide feedback, encouragement, and assistance as work is completed.
    • Assist with brainstorming, photography, story ideas, gathering information, and other items that may arise.
    • Provide technical support with the website, cameras, and other computer programs.
  • Set a positive example for all staff members and create a positive work environment.
  • Promote a positive image of the yearbook and school when talking with staff, student body, faculty members, parents, and potential advertisers.

Section Editors (Joshua, Alex, Andrew, Emma)

Role, Responsibilities, and Expectations

As a section editor of this year’s yearbook, you will be responsible for the following items. You will receive additional grades for your additional work. If you fail to complete tasks, it will be reflected in your grade, and more importantly, in the quality and final product of our school’s yearbook. Being part of the editorial staff is an incredibly important leadership role, with a lot of responsibility, and reward. You will be considered a “manager” of a certain amount of staff members. You and your parents recognize the role you will be taking on:

  • Oversee completion of all assignments in your section (remote staff members)
    • Check in with staff members on their progress.
    • Proofread and edit all spreads before submission.
    • Ensure that all spreads reflect the correct guidelines.
    • Keep the staff on task to ensure deadlines are met.
  • Meet with yearbook instructor and editor-in-chief outside of class time during the school year, approximately every other month.
  • Stay outside of class to ensure all work is completed, during lunch, before and after school, as needed.
  • Communicate regularly with staff members working on your section about completion of work, questions, concerns, and expectations.
  • Supervise staff working on your section:
    • Answer questions.
    • Provide feedback, encouragement, and assistance as work is completed.
    • Assist with brainstorming, photography, story ideas, gathering information, and other items that may arise.
    • Provide technical support with the website, cameras, and other computer programs.
  • Set a positive example for all staff members and create a positive work environment.
  • Promote a positive image of the yearbook and school when talking with staff, student body, faculty members, parents, and potential advertisers.

Yearbook Staff (remote staff members)

Role, Responsibilities, and Expectations

As a member of the yearbook staff I agree to the following:

  1. I will use my class time wisely. Unless my yearbook instructor has given me permission, I will use class time to complete my yearbook assignments and the online components. I will participate in weekly meetings for updates and progress via Zoom or Teams. 
  2. I understand that I am responsible for uploading and managing pictures for yearbook.
  3. I must accept the assignments given to me and complete them before or on the day of their deadlines. I understand that failure to complete my entire assignment by the deadline, including any editing or photo-retakes, will result in a lower grade. If I am unable to meet a deadline because of illness or other excused absence, I will delegate my work to another staff member.
  4. I understand and accept that in order to meet deadlines I may need to work at school, as well as outside of school hours. I may have to help other staff members take pictures, gather information, and layout spreads in order to meet deadlines.
  5. I agree to help other staff members finish their deadlines if I have completed mine.
  6. I agree that if any yearbook equipment is damaged while in my care, including cameras, camera equipment, computers, and other items, it is my responsibility to replace or pay for the repair of these items.
  7. I agree that the primary focus of my work on the yearbook staff will be to create a book that is done with excellence and serves as a meaningful and true representation of each student in the school community.
  8. I agree never to show information about the yearbook to anyone outside of the yearbook staff.  I will hide yearbook-related information when using my computer.
  9. I understand that the theme is a secret and that it is my responsibility to keep the theme and all other elements of the yearbook a secret until the yearbook dedication in May. I accept that even if I transfer out of this class, I still must abide by this rule.