After a month of emergency remote learning, we are all learning and trying different things to engage the community. It is inspiring to see all that you are doing to make the best of this difficult situation. Keep up the good work!
As we have settled into a “routine” about the expectations and logistics around emergency remote learning, we’ve had a chance to analyze community engagement on social media and have a few suggestions to keep the momentum going.
Here’s what we’re seeing and know now:
Traffic is up on social media in general, however, there is more content with which we are […]
Using social media to keep in touch and share information with families and your community is more important than ever. We have created a social media content library with graphics and post copy so you can easily share information quickly and easily.
Do you wonder how remote learning is going in Ohio? Fallon Research & Communications, Inc. released a new survey on how parents think Ohio schools are doing with technology and communication amid the COVID-19 virus. Check it out here.
Now that your district is getting somewhat settled with emergency remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, your communication needs and priorities are continuing to evolve.
Here’s a list of some things to consider next:
What to do about graduation? We know. Everyone is struggling with this issue because even the Plan B option that you have still may not work out. So, check out this guide by Edmentum that is chock full of some really great ideas.
Giving senior students the special recognition and honor that they deserve: Springtime comes with so many honors, rites of passage events and […]
You are doing a great job with your COVID-19 communications with your community and doubling down on communication is everything during times like this. This is about getting information out to people but constantly fine tuning things.
Perhaps of special interest to you, here is a sampling of some things that we are seeing from your peers from throughout the state:
We Love Schools returns from the winter break with a conversation about breaking through leadership barriers.
Leadership development is about being intentional and deliberate. Diane Egbers, CEO of Leadership Excelleration, joins the podcast to explain further and discuss the development of district leadership teams.
Host Carole Dorn-Bell starts the conversation by asking about Diane’s passion for the topic of leadership development.
In this episode, host Joel Gagne is joined by Greg Edinger, Superintendent of the Vanguard Sentinel Career and Technology Center in Fremont, Ohio.
Joel and Greg discuss what parents need to know about career technical education, which is not what it used to be.
Greg describes career tech 50 years ago as a vastly different experience. The goal back then was to train for a lifetime vocation, and academics were not really emphasized. The majority of the programs that existed revolved around agriculture, especially in northwest […]