Georgia School Public Relations Association

NSPRA Mark of Distinction

  • Exemplary Chapter

    GSPRA has been awarded a "Mark of Distinction" by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). The organization was recognized for its monthly webinar series. 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. GSPRA was also an NSPRA Exemplary Chapter in 2015, 2019, and 2020.

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  • REGISTER TODAY: GSPRA Conference 2022

    Online registration is now open for the annual conference that will take place on March 3-4, 2022 at Great Wolf Lodge in LaGrange! We are excited to welcome members of the Alabama School Public Relations Association this year to our 1½ day conference.

    We have a great line-up of speakers including two distinguished national speakers joining us. These include Andrea Gribble from #SocialSchool4EDU and former television reporter, communication expert and author Patricia Weinzapfel from Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation in Indiana. This conference will be filled with hands-on professional development and networking opportunities that you won’t want to miss.

    Click here to access the conference registration form.

    Interested in partnering with GSPRA?
    Click here for more information on available conference sponsorship opportunities.

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  • Monthly Webinars

    GSPRA members enjoy monthly professional development with one-hour webinars. Topics for the 2021-22 school year will include conducting school-level communication audits, improving marketing efforts, diversity and inclusion, self-care and more! Join today to receive more information about GSPRA's upcoming webinars via email. 

    The 2020-21 webinar series has now concluded! Members can view all of last year's presentations in the Members' Area. Topics included communicating in the time of COVID-19, DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion), and self-care for the school communications professional.

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