See You at the Social #SchoolPR Sessions In San Antonio!

It’s almost here! The NSPRA seminar in San Antonio is just a few days away, and you’ll be able to learn from our nation’s best experts on using social media in school PR.

Check out some of these sessions!

Saturday, July 8 (pre-seminar workshops):

  • Carla Pereira, APR: “Up Your #SchoolPR Social Media Game: Build Transparency and Trust Through Online Engagement”


Monday, July 10:

  • Sarah Greer Osborne and Greg Okuhara: “Get Trending on Twitter: How to Socialize Your Schools to Social Media”
  • Athena Vadnais, APR: “Go Where Your Voters Are: Using Social Media to Inform, Persuade, and Pass Your School Bond”
  • Kimberly Willis-Green: “Maximizing Your Story Using Multi-Platform Channels On Your Own”
  • Adam Harris: “Say What You Mean: Podcasting to Reach Your Community”
  • Justin Cortese: “Networking: Website/Digital Media/Video Management”
  • Daniel Thigpen: “The Social Network: Navigating Trust and Expectations among Gen-X and Millennial Families”
  • Patricia McGlone, APR: “We Are Trending on Facebook — And Not in a Good Way”
  • Greg Turchetta: “From Educator to Journalist: Creating an Army of ‘Tweetchers'”


Tuesday, July 11:

  • Paul Tandy, APR, Annie Dickerson and Derek Duncan: “#The Big Idea Brainstorm”
  • Brian Woodland, APR: “Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Reality TV: Putting Relationships Back Into Public Relations”
  • Kristin Magette, APR, and Cathy Kedjidjian: “Make Twitter Great Again: Overcome Fears and Frustrations with Friends”
  • Evelyn McCormack: “Tell Your District’s Story with These Cool Tools”
  • Jake Sturgis, APR: “#SocialVideo: Tips for Creating Catchy Videos On a Tight Budget”


Wednesday, July 12:

  • Danielle Clark, APR, Valerie Van Ryn, Staci Bradbury and Matt Gohl: “Can’t Stop the Feeling! Creative Storytelling in a Crowded Media Landscape”
  • Jill Aurora and Nicole Graf: “Meet BERT! Learn How a Social Intranet Can Help Increase Staff Engagement”
  • Heidi Vega, Carla Pereira, APR, and Ken Hobbs: “Digital Diversity: Using Communication Technology to Address Equity in Your Schools”
  • Esperanza Soriano-McCrary and Zach Whitaker: “Want to Reach Your Parents? Move Your Workshops Out of the School Cafeteria to an Online Format”
  • Justin Cortese and Aaron Cagwin: “How Video Content Has Changed and Why You Should Too”
  • Justin Grayson: “The Science Behind Facebook Engagement: Quick Tips to Increase Your Likes, Shares and Comments”

See you there!

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About Nicole Kirby, APR

Nicole Kirby, APR is the director of communication services for the Park Hill School District in Kansas City, Mo. She is a past NSPRA vice president for the South Central region and a past MOSPRA president. She was named one of NSPRA's Learning and Liberty Legacy Leaders, and she received the NSPRA Frontrunner Award and the MOSPRA Professional of the Year Award.

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