We’re rolling out the red carpet for you!
On Tuesday, April 12, we’re sponsoring another one of our popular #scnLunchinars!
So what’s an #scnLunchinar?
It’s a FREE live streaming school PR micro-event that runs from 12:15 – 1 pm EST.
Oh yeah, it’s a 45 minute topical and friendly virtual lunchtime get-together with other school communicators who are all eager to “grow in what they know.”
Our February #scnLunchinar guest was Superintendent Kelly Middleton, Superintendent of Newport Independent Schools in the Cincinnati suburb of Newport, Kentucky. He’s a big time customer service evangelist and boy, did he have some tips for us school folks!
Our March #scnLunchinar guest was social authority and speaker Amy Schmittauer. Her brand is savvysexysocial and her insights blew us all away.
You can check out short video snippets of our Lunchinars with Kelly and Amy here.
Every #scnLunchinar is hosted by our multi-talented host Holly McCaw, the communications director of Otsego Public Schools.
He’s understands that significance and value is found beyond whatever tomorrow’s cool gadgets may be.
And he’s awesome at explaining his concepts and ideas to normal people.
(And every school communicators knows how hard this is. It takes a ton of work!)
David’s presentation at NSPRA 2000 was one of the best I’ve ever heard.
Please join us.
We’ll enjoy 45 minutes of “mind stretching” together – which is also beneficial to our school PR toolboxes, you know.
Tuesday, April 12, from 12:15 – 1 pm EST.
Here are the Lunchinar steps in a nutshell:
1. Make space on your calendar for our #scnLunchinar.
2. Click on the email link below and tell me to sign you up.
3. Feel free to include a question you’d like Holly to ask Amy.
4. On late Tuesday morning, April 12, I will email you the #scnLunchinar link.
5. Just click on the Zoom link from your desktop, tablet, or smartphone.
6. And like magic! We’ll all be able to eat and learn together at 12:15 pm.
The Zoom audio/visual live chat system is easy.
You won’t need to download any software.
You won’t need to use meeting codes.
You won’t need to pay one cent.
As always the more, the merrier!