The Communications Office's vision is to create and implement an effective communication system that will inform and engage internal and external constituents utilizing multiple tools, resources, and methods.
The Communications Office offers story ideas to the media and responds to media requests. Team members are available to help with:
- Writing press releases, news briefings, and special events,
- Crisis communications,
- Supporting school and district staff with media interviews, and
- School-to-home communication
Interactive and Social Media
The Communications Office designs and maintains the district website and assists schools and other departments with the design and maintenance of their sites and page content. The office also maintains the district’s Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and all other official forms of district social media.
Team members assist internal district staff with developing communication plans and strategies for implementation to their various audiences for maximum efficiency and reach.
The district graphic designer works with schools and departments to design logos, letterhead, posters, brochures, event programs, annual reports, flyers, and signage; and serves as a consultant for preparing digital files and print orders.
The district has a multimedia team that is responsible for all photography, videography, and editing production. They cover school and district events and maintain a photo library of district events.