With Proclamation 5703, former President Ronald Reagan made yearbooks even more celebration-worthy by setting apart the first week of October for “appropriate ceremonies and activities” to recognize the creators and the power of a yearbook program. Over 30 years later, National School Yearbook Week remains a time to reminisce and a time to look forward. In 2022, we are celebrating on social and at our annual Treering Live (TRL) event.
Week of Prizes
Win big during National School Yearbook Week by participating in one of Treering Yearbooks’ five social media challenges. It’s as easy as contributing a memory. You can also take the challenge of making an epic video to promote your own program, using the curated audio we’ll share. Follow us:
There are no entry limits, so you and your yearbook team can enter as many times as you like. (We’d like a bevy of responses on Thursday, please and thank you in advance.)
Hashtags to use during National Yearbook Week
Share your celebrations and see what others are doing by using any of the hashtags commonly associated with National School Yearbook Week: #nationalschoolyearbookweek, #schoolyearbookweek, #YBWeek, #nationalyearbookweek, #yearbookweek, and, of course, #treeringyearbooks.
Week of Celebration
Imagine, yearbook staffs from coast-to-coast celebrating the power of a yearbook and the work our teams do. There’s something to be said about a national week of unity for us memory makers. Remember to celebrate the yearbook heroes in your halls:
- Post profiles of your staff and celebrate their strength on social media
- Educate your school community with some behind-the-scenes edu-tainment
- Offer your campus 5% off on their yearbooks (Treering does this for you… just take the credit!)
Capstone Event for National School Yearbook Week
Treering Live is back to drop a little 24-karat magic. In this free, totally online event we’ll give you all tips, tools, and expert-led advice to make some serious yearbook magic. TRL 2022: Yearbook Magic will take place via Zoom Events on Thursday, October 6, 2022 at 4:00 pm PT/6:00 pm CT/7:00 pm ET. (Please note: you must have a Zoom account to register and attend.) In addition to a live magic show and instruction on yearbook themes, we’ll have breakouts on
- Yearbook marketing
- First-time adviser tips and tricks
- Best practices for teaching yearbook
And if that’s not enough to pump you up for the new school year, check out our ongoing Yearbook Club training.