Help Document the Storm of the Century (So Far)
This week, a relentless nor’easter pummeled New Jersey, leaving many areas of the state coping with near-record amounts of snow.
For kids, it was a chance to play, to let off steam from a frustrating year. For many school district personnel, the days ahead will mean hard work, liberating school buildings, parking lots and school buses from mountains of snow.
Let’s commemorate this moment! Send us your pictures – of kids, or of school district personnel. Here are the ground rules: Photos must identify the school district where the photos were taken. If the pictures are of children, make sure they are your children, and that you give us permission to publish the photos. (We can’t use snapshots of children without parental permission.)
If the pictures are of district employees, tell us who they are so that they can get credit for their hard work, and make sure they understand their photos may be published in School Board Notes or tweeted out by the New Jersey School Boards Association.
Deadline for photos is 1 p.m. Monday, Feb. 8. Send the caption information with the photos, which should be attached as a .jpeg or .png file. Photos sent by cell phone should use the “large file” option so that pictures will reproduce more clearly.
Email photos as attachments to Alan Guenther.