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CCS Wins Nine State Awards for Effective School Communications and Public Relations
Published by Nakol Lovett on February 13, 2019
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News Release
Topic: CCS Wins Nine State Awards for Effective School Communications and Public Relations

 

News Release

Lindsay Whitley, Chief  Executive Community Engagement & Communications Officer
Phone: 910.678.2303
Fax: 910.678.2619

CCS Wins Nine State Awards for Effective
School Communications and Public Relations
Board of Education members recognize communications team during monthly meeting

 Fayetteville – Tonight, the Cumberland County Board of Education recognized the Communications and Public Relations Department for receiving nine state awards from the North Carolina School Public Relations Association (NCSPRA). Cumberland County Schools (CCS) was among 38 school districts in North Carolina to win Blue Ribbon Awards for effective school communications and public relations during NCSPRA’s annual Blue Ribbon Awards Ceremony on Friday, February 1 at the O. Henry Hotel in Greensboro. CCS won awards in the following categories:

Electronic Media Category

  • Welcome Back-To-School Video Series – Gold Award
  • Leaving A Lasting Legacy: A Celebration of the CCS’ Teachers of the Year – Gold Award
  • College Fair 2018 – Gold Award
  • “My Compelling Why” 2019 Principal of the Year Luncheon Video – Gold Award

Publications Category

  • Kindergarten Beginner’s Day Mailer – Gold Award
  • 2017-2018 Points of Pride – Silver Award

 Special Events/Programs Category

  • New Superintendent “Goes Back to School” Tour – Gold Award
  • “My Compelling Why” 2019 Principal of the Year Luncheon – Silver Award
  • Connelly Listening to Cumberland County Citizens (CLC3) Tour – Bronze Award

A Blue Ribbon Award is the highest honor a school district can receive from the North Carolina School Public Relations Association.  The award recognizes excellence in school communications and public relations in eight categories: digital media engagement, electronic media, excellence in writing, image/graphic design, marketing, photography, publications (print and electronic), and special events and programs. Members of the Georgia School Public Relations Association judged the entries. There are three award levels:  gold, silver, and bronze. The judges score entries based on content, quality, effectiveness, and overall impression. “We would like to congratulate Cumberland County Schools for gaining statewide recognition as a 2018 Blue Ribbon Award winner,” said NCSPRA president Todd Hagans, who serves as chief communications officer for Gaston County Schools. “Our awards program is about recognizing the quality work of school public relations professionals and bringing attention to their outstanding efforts to support and promote our schools.” NCSPRA is the premier organization for school communications and public relations professionals in North Carolina. For more information, visit the NCSPRA website, www.ncspra.org.

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