GSPRA has been awarded a "Mark of Distinction" by National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). Our membership was the only chapter to receive this commendation in the Special PR/Communication Program, Project or Campaign special focus area.
The organization submitted an entry entitled "Branding GSPRA" in May and was notified mid-June by NSPRA Executive Director Rich Bagin, APR. This recognition recognizes the efforts of state chapters in supporting NSPRA’s mission of building support for education through responsible public relations that leads to success for all students.
Thanks to Blackboard who partnered with GSPRA to present the new website and logo to the membership during the Fall conference.
Calling all School PR professionals with a desire to serve. If you are interested in the positions below, interested in bringing professional development for school PR to the next level, or just interested in becoming involved with GSPRA, contact President Yolanda Stephen at email@example.com.
Recently, the Georgia School Public Relations Association held its second annual Spring conference. It was entitled A Day at the Drive-In. Thirty public relations professionals from around the state of Georgia convened in the board room of the Troup County School System to hear from education and business marketing professionals.
Topics included Marketing Your School District and Telling Your School Story through Video Creation. Speakers for the event were Mechell Clark, Senior Marketing Manager at Synovus and Cindy Warner, APR, Shelby County School District.