How to complete the thank-you photo requirement if you can’t take photos of students

Don’t worry! Sometimes - if your students’ parents don’t return the photo permission slips, for example - you might not be able to post photos of your students. Even in those cases, though, photos are still an important part of your thank-you package, and are still required.

We’ve got you covered with substitute ideas!

  • You can take pictures that don't show your students' faces. (i.e. pictures where the students' backs are facing the camera, over the shoulder shots, or pictures where only hands are shown using the materials you received).
  • You can also use photos of the project materials or any finished projects these materials helped create.

Check out these examples: