Send a picture
You can also send a picture of some visual art. You can either upload it to our Google drive or email it to the foundation at
Be Part of our Virtual Gala & Talent Showcase:
Webcast on Wednesday, May 27
Submit Photos of Your Art
to a shared drive provided by the Suffolk Education Foundation by Friday, May 8.
Students in Suffolk Public Schools are invited to share their visual art creations. Please submit a photo of your original art. A second photo can show a section of the same artwork with your full name, the name of your piece, school, and grade. Also please name your art file as stated: for John Doe at Lakeland who is a sophomore name it "jdoeLHS10.jpg" Your info photo can be "jdoeLHS10_ID.jpg" Upload it to the SEF shared drive (see button below). Also complete the Required Media Release form (see button below).
Submit a Video of Your Performance
to a shared drive provided by the Suffolk Education Foundation by Friday, May 8. Video should be less than 5 minutes.
Your Own Production
Create a video on your phone to share your talent -- whether it be music, dance, drama, or even an art demonstration. The video must be a performance by a student or teacher with Suffolk Public Schools. Outside of that, the only limit is your imagination. Upload it to the SEF shared drive (see button below). Also complete the Required Media Release form (see button below).
Zoom option (tech help)
Click on the "Schedule ZOOM" button below to schedule a ZOOM session with the president of the Suffolk Education Foundation to record your performance. If you want to do your performance with someone else, you both can be on the ZOOM session to perform.
File Name/ Personal Information
So that we can credit the appropriate individuals in our production, we ask that you add a credits portion to your video (a short image with your full name, the name of your piece, and school). Also please name your file as stated: for John Doe at Lakeland who is a sophomore, name the file "jdoeLHS10.mp4"
GOOD VIDEO RECORDING PRACTICES
Make sure you are recording at eye-level. Do not have the camera looking up your nose or at your forehead.
Use an additional Mic. Do not rely on the device mic. Event the mic on your earbuds will be better than the device mic.
Check your lighting. Do not have a window behind you (makes you a shadow). If possible, have good lighting in front of you and behind the camera.