Among ISPRA’s annual activities is a Communications Contest to encourage and recognize the development of high-quality materials used as part of an educational organization’s overall public relations plan. Awards are presented at the ISPRA Awards Banquet on April 30, 2020. Entry forms are now available at https://iowaspra.wordpress.com/awards/
Let's get social! Learn how to host a #schoolstorytakeover with Chief Communications Officer, Corey Ryan, Leander ISD (TX) and Director of Communications, Jessica Johnston, Brenham Independent (TX). Access new resources to add the WOW to your posts. Join us from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM on Thursday, March 5 via Zoom (https://zoom.us/j/744797817) For more information, … Continue reading Lunch & Learn – March 5 at 11:30 AM
Join us on Friday, January 31 at 11:30 AM for a Lunch & Learn! Amanda Lewis and Phil Roeder from Des Moines Public Schools will review media basics and what to expect when you make the kind of news that attracts the news media to your town.
Change the narrative and empower stakeholders to tell your district's story, safely communicate your new state-mandated emergency plan, and avoid costly copyright lawsuits. This conference is for PR professionals and any school leader who also takes on the community relations role in their district. We're pleased to announce Dr. Joe Sanfelippo will be the keynote at … Continue reading ISPRA 2019 Fall Conference
ISPRA’s annual Communications Contest awards school public relations professionals throughout the state for outstanding work. Over 150 entries were submitted amongst 20 categories and were judged this year by the Arizona School Public Relations chapter. A special thank you to Juicebox Interactive for sponsoring the Awards event. 2019 ISPRA Communicator of the Year - Diane Ostrowski, Council … Continue reading 2019 ISPRA Award Results
PR Power Hours | National School Public Relations Association Harnessing Technology to Communicate with Diverse Audiences In districts serving diverse cultural and language groups, standard communication channels are not always effective for engaging all families. Immigrants may not read in their native languages; some ethnic groups rely on word-of-mouth networks; some lack trust in the … Continue reading Harnessing Technology to Communicate with Diverse Audiences
December 9, 2016 at 11 a.m. Website Accessibility for All: Practical Strategies for Meeting Compliance Requirements As an essential communication tool, our publics rely on websites to provide key information about our schools and the business of the district. A new challenge now looms in meeting federal requirements – and for some districts addressing U.S. … Continue reading Website Accessibility for All: Practical Strategies for Meeting Compliance Requirements