Pose different challenges each month to your students such as writing challenges, outdoor challenges, sport challenges and more!
Encourage students and staff to go to local restaurants for take out. Have them submit their pictures and reasoning behind choosing the particular restaurant.
Fine arts might look a little different this year, Make sure you get some good pictures of what this looks like from home.
Encourage positive behavior to your students and ask your parents to capture their child cleaning their room or finishing their chore chart.
Have a virtual dance! Parents would love to share their kids in their most dapper attire. Put this together in the yearbook!
Many students are helping in the kitchen. Have students submit recipes and pictures of them making their favorite treats.
Practice those interview skills. Have students come up with questions they can ask cousins, friends, or a business in the area and ask them for their stories to add to the yearbook.
Host your traditional crazy sock week, or bad hair day and make sure to capture it.
Don’t cancel clubs just because you are virtual. Have virtual club meetings and have students take pictures of the things your club does.
Showcase what your students are doing in their Science classes. Maybe even a virtual Science Fair!
Encourage your families to have a family game night and ask them to send in pictures and descriptions of the game they chose and why.
Have a traditional fun Friday. Maybe a show and tell, or a game teachers can initiate and collect pictures of.
Ask around for students in your school who are doing something good for the community.
Bring back flat Stanley! This is a fun project that connects your students to the rest of the world.
We know reading is an essential part of the curriculum. Send a request for pictures of your students reading to parents, siblings, or even stuffed animals.