The Gusher is the student-produced yearbook for Pearland High School. Yearbook provides involvement in school activities, team membership and social activities. Students also develop writing, interviewing techniques, computer and networking skills.
The organization meets during the day as a scheduled class.
Adviser: Ms. Michelle Robinett (email@example.com)
Class Level Descriptions
Yearbook 1: This one-year course provides students with all the skills necessary to produce a modern desktop-published yearbook including digital photography, desktop publishing, layout and design, copy and caption writing, and marketing. Since the yearbook is entirely desktop-published, students also learn all the computer skills necessary to produce the publication, including software for page layout and photo enhancement
Yearbook 2: This one-year journalism course provides students the opportunity to polish the skills they learned in Yearbook I, apply for editor and leadership roles, and participate in the production of a modern desktop-published school yearbook.
Yearbook 3: This one-year journalism course provides students the opportunity to polish the skills they learned in Yearbook I and II, while participating in the production of a modern desktop-published school yearbook. They will refine and enhance their writing skills, research self-selected topics, and plan, organize, and prepare the school yearbook. The yearbook will go to contest.
All pages are created by you, the staff. Grades (and attendance) will be taken daily from page work, uploads, and photography assignments.
Where to get class info?
- The BAND app. (it is also a website) Announcements and/or questions from Ms. Robinett or your editor will be sent here.