Yearbook and Newspaper Staff Syllabi

Here are a collection of syllabi, staff manuals, and general beginning of the school year docs from various years and journalism subjects. Take a look to get an idea how to structure your own and what to include.

What are your MUST HAVES to include in the syllabus?

Syllabus / First Week Docs


True Colors Personality Test

Size: 137.22 KB
Hits: 574
Date added: 07-02-2017

Staff Manual 17-18

Size: 3.37 MB
Hits: 243
Date added: 08-10-2018

Photojournalism Syllabus 18-19

Size: 61.71 KB
Hits: 136
Date added: 08-10-2018

Meet The Teacher 18-19

Size: 685.76 KB
Hits: 138
Date added: 08-10-2018

Meet The Teacher 17-18

Size: 644.60 KB
Hits: 116
Date added: 08-10-2018

MRHS Yearbook Handbook

Size: 1.40 MB
Hits: 290
Date added: 08-10-2018

Jr. High Digital Photography Syllabus

From Mrs. Duchac
Size: 57.74 KB
Hits: 93
Date added: 08-10-2018

Journalism 1 Syllabus

Size: 84.14 KB
Hits: 106
Date added: 08-10-2018

Get to Know You Bingo Game

Size: 164.51 KB
Hits: 141
Date added: 08-11-2018

Galaxy Slime

Size: 3.99 MB
Hits: 141
Date added: 08-26-2018

Fun Get to Know Me Worksheet

Size: 160.66 KB
Hits: 97
Date added: 08-11-2018

Blobs and Lines - Icebreaker

Size: 258.44 KB
Hits: 133
Date added: 08-26-2018

All About Me First Day Worksheet

Size: 61.85 KB
Hits: 105
Date added: 08-11-2018


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