We are working to compile and post many of the documents, guides, and tips that we have in the past distributed to our member schools. Advisors who have any information they believe should be included are asked to forward the information to email@example.com.
We're just getting started, but here are a few:
Advertising - Ad sheets and contracts, submitted by advisors.
Advertising Strategies - How to convince businesses to advertise in your school newspaper.
Advertising as a Reader Service - A PowerPoint presentation by Sandy Woodcock, Director of Newspaper Association of America Foundation.
Tips for Advisors - Fifteen tips from how to start a journalism club to how to hunt for news within your school.
Page Design Tips - Thirteen tips that will help make your school newspaper look more professional.
Interviewing Techniques - Role play, tips, and enrichment activities, in a lesson plan format
Checklist for Feature Stories - A simple, common sense guide to writing feature stories.
Filling Your Four Pages: Some Tips - Some basics about what should be in your high school newspaper.
General Rules & Writing Guide - Some general rules to follow and guides for writing different types of aricles
Layout on a Shoestring: Common Sense Tips to Minimize Headaches - Tips to make the advisor's life easier.
Objective Reporting lessons and enrichment activities.
Thirty Reasons Why a School Newspaper is an Important Activity: Reasons a school newspaper is important, plus keys for a successful newspaper.
Timetable - Step-by-step approach to planning an issue of your school newspaper
Yearbook Manual (submitted by Alexander Thorp, Bronx HS of Science)