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We’ve all heard the cliché, “a picture tells a thousand words”, but there is real value in using images to promote our school’s story. Images help us learn, images grab attention, images explain, and inspire. A post on social media accompanied by an image is 10 times more likely to receive engagement!

Whenever possible, please take pictures of your events/ story, use pictures from your school, of your students, teachers and staff. It will mean more to your community and gain more attention.

If you need an image and can’t take your own or get one from your teachers, I have created a shared Google folder with stock images you are welcome to use. If you would like to access it or need a stock image, just send me an email.

The privacy rules have changed this year and only a few students in the entire district have opted out of picture. If you have questions about your school please contact us.

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