Webcast— 25 Min Runtime

The Power of Having All the Eyes

September 24, 2019
11:30 EST

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Best Practices for Using Abre Announcements & Headlines

Abre acts as a town square for all things in education. As parents, students, and staff start their day with Abre Announcements, school leadership has a unique opportunity to reach every single eye. Join our guest Missy Knight, communication coordinator for the Finneytown Local School District, as we learn best practices for engaging with all the stakeholders in your school and district.

In this webcast, we’ll cover:

  • The narrative flow of announcements and headlines. How do stakeholders interact with communications in a meaningful way?
  • The nuts and bolts of creating announcements and headlines.
  • Best practices for distributing information to all stakeholders. A particular focus on the workflows used to simplify communication channels like district website, social media accounts, and mail lists.
  • Ideas on how announcements and headlines can be used to achieve school and district objectives. For example: Providing information on levy campaigns or working with staff members on compliance training.

EdTech Terms

Announcements

Announcements are short articles tailored to the invididual stakeholder. For examples, parents might see announcements that pertain to their students at a particular school.

Headlines

Headlines are KEY announcements that take over the screen thereby focusing the attention of the reader.

Presenters

Missy KnightCommunications Coordinator
As a Communications Coordinator and Public Relations for two local school districts, Missy is deeply invested in making education equitable for all students, helping students find their success, and communicating all of the positive stories about students and their success in and out of school.
Zach Vander VeenVP of Instruction
Zach Vander Veen is the cofounder and VP of Instruction at Abre Inc. He’s worn many hats in education including History Teacher, Technology Coach, Administrator, and Director of Technology. He loves learning, teaching, traveling, and seeking adventures with his family.