Tonight, while checking the stats for this blog, I find two searches that were used to reach the site:
|delaine zody yearbook advisor email
|delaine zody yearbook advisor fresno hig
All I could think: Now what? Who isn’t happy with their book? Who is trying to find me to complain? Maybe, just maybe, someone wants to give me money for all the hard work I put into these past nine yearbooks. Or, get my advice on how to make a yearbook work in an inner city school that has one of the highest poverty rates in the nation? That one I don’t have an answer for.
Being the yearbook adviser is not an easy job. The adviser takes a lot of grief from students, parents, and the faculty with whom they work. This poor lady in Texas, however, even had the photo studio working against her.
I am very fortunate to have a great photo studio with whom to work, and they would never do such a thing. Also, I work with a printer who would have seen this and immediately called me. One year they called to tell me I had made a mistake on a senior photo, putting a female name on an obviously male student. Nope, the name was right. It was a female student who didn’t conform to the standard image.