School photo contest focuses on values

Students at the middle and high schools have a new focus: Values.

Students in grades six through 12 can take a photo they believe captures the essence of a value — like ethics, integrity or kindness — and enter it into a contest which could land them $300 if their photo wins the top spot.

Bob Davis, the assistant principal of the two schools, said a similar photo contest was held at the high school last year, but a theme wasn’t attached. “We didn’t have ‘values,’ it was just a contest, and the kids really got into it.”

The original deadline for the contest was Dec. 17, but due to a low number...


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