Connecting effectively with various school audiences is every school communicator’s challenge.
Find out some new ways to tackle it.
Doug Baker is the Public Information Officer for Dublin City Schools in Ohio.
He’s a dynamic in-the-trenches school communicator and he’s initiated several exciting strategies in his district directly related to improving “two way” communications and specifically connecting with with identified school audiences.
Doug spoke at NSPRA 2016 in Chicago – and after Holly McCawmheard his presentation – she knew she had to add him to her future Lunchinar guest.
Naturally, adding new ideas to your communicator’s tool box shouldn’t be expensive, time-consuming, and boring.
That’s why our FREE SCN 45 minute Lunchinars have been such a hit.
Every SCN Lunchinar is a FREE live streaming virtual chat that runs from 12:15 – 1 pm EST.
Imagine a lively 45 minute virtual get-together over lunchtime with an insightful guest who totally understands and appreciates what you do. (and can’t see you eat!)
Simply stated. That’s a Lunchinar.
And the only agenda is to give a boost of knowledge and support to every participant.
Sign up and you’ll –
Grow in what you know without having to leave your office.
Our SCN Lunchinars are hosted by our video and TV expert Holly McCaw, the talented communications director of Otsego Public Schools and MSPRA board member.
Our Zoom audio/visual live chat system makes the whole process easy.
You won’t need to download software or use meeting codes.
We just email you the link right before the Lunchinar begins.
Here’s what to do:
(C’mon… there’s only 2 steps!)
1. Mark Friday, Nov. 17, from 12:15 – 1 pm (EST) on your calendar.
We hope to see you!
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Prior to launching SCN I was the communications director for Holland Public Schools in Holland, Michigan for 20 years. The challenges for in-the-trenches school communicators are many – and if I can help you in any way, give me a call. I'm a former teacher and I've managed more than 100 election campaigns of all types and sizes over the years. (I was even featured in the Wall Street Journal... a very, very slow news day, no doubt!) I created the School Communicators Network because I believe the noble purpose of education deserves the best marketing and PR possible. And there's a lot of talent and expertise we can tap into! I'm also convinced we can support each other while remaining human and having fun, too. You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org.