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A yearbook planning spreadsheet, brought to you by:We built this spreadsheet so you can have an easier time knowing what needs to be done, who's doing it, and when it needs to be done by. And, since it's a Google Doc, you can share with your team, which means they can update it, as well. Take a look around. We think you'll enjoy it. If you do, click File, then "Make a Copy" to save it to your Google Drive. Happy yearbooking!
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September
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Yearbook ThemeCommittee9/15/2015
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October
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First Day of School FeatureSarah and Abby10/15/2015
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Volleyball FeatureHannah and Brian10/25/2015
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Soccer FeatureColin and Trisha10/25/2015
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Fall Pep RallyAmber, Brian, and Trey10/25/2015
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November
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Here is where you list out the big-picture items in your yearbook--every feature's final due date. Separate the features by the month they are due, to help keep everything organized. The tabs on the bottom of the spreadsheet are where you will find the specifics of each feature broken down further.
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Check out the other tabs for additional helpful hints!
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Click here to read the blog post explaining use of this spreadsheet.
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