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Share Your Good News Story

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Adams 12 Five Star Schools is home to truly exceptional students and staff. Our entire community deserves to be celebrated for the good things we do and achieve every day. So, let's hear some good news!

Tell us about the last time someone in the Five Star community did something that exemplified one of the district strengths:

- Care
- Collaborate
- Engage
- Empower
- Focus on Students

If you would like your story to be featured on our website and/or social media channels, please include photo or video. If you do not have a photo or video, your story is not likely to be shared on our website or social media channels.

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To share your story on our website and/or social media channels, you must include photo or video. If you do not have a photo or video, your story is not likely to be shared on our website or social media channels.

Here are some tips to taking good photographs:
  • Take photos that include people's faces. Photos of people are much more engaging than photos of buildings or items.
  • Make sure the subject of your photo is well lit. Avoid having them facing away from the light source (whether that's the sun or a light), as this can make people appear backlit.
  • If taking photos outside, consider taking them in the shade. This soft light is more flattering and helps make sure the person doesn't have harsh shadows on their face. 
  • Take photos at eye level. If you're photographing a younger student, this may mean you take the photo from a lower angle. Try to have the camera at the same height as their face. 
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