Posted: Tuesday, April 28, 2015

SCNSPRA Public Relations Awards for Schools, District Communications

Four district schools and the Communications Department received school public relations awards from the South Carolina Chapter of the National School Public Relations Association (SCNSPRA) Rewards for Excellence program.

The SCNSPRA Rewards for Excellence program recognizes exemplary public relations programs, projects, publications, and electronic media at the district and school levels. The annual awards program offers three different awards categories: Medallion Award, which recognizes superior overall educational public relations programs; Golden Achievement Award, which recognizes exemplary public relations activities, programs, and projects; Publications and Electronic Media Award, which recognizes outstanding work in all types and all forms of educational communications.

Cherrydale Elementary

  • School Golden Achievement – Cherrydale Elementary School 10th Anniversary Celebration and Carnival
  • Publications and Electronic Media – Cherrydale Elementary School Faculty and Staff Handbook

Fine Arts Center

  • Publications and Electronic Media – Fine Arts Center School Newsletter
  • Publications and Electronic Media – Fine Arts Center Writing Op/Ed
  • Publications and Electronic Media – Fine Arts Center Photography

Northwood Middle School

  • Publications and Electronic Media – Northwood’s Ice Bucket Challenge

Washington Center

  • Golden Achievement – Sharing Community and Service Information with Washington Center

Communications Department

  • Medallion – 2013-14 Communications Plan
  • Golden Achievement – 2013-14 Progress Report
  • Golden Achievement – What’s Cooking in Greenville County Schools
  • Publications and Electronic Media – On the Road Bus Driver Recruitment Campaign
  • Publications and Electronic Media – School Choice Brochure
  • Publications and Electronic Media – Band Recruitment Video

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