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Communications and Community Relations

Create and maintain open, two-way communication both internally and externally to foster collaboration, trust, and understanding in an effort to move all stakeholders to advocacy of student success.

Communications and Community Relations

Create and maintain open, two-way communication both internally and externally to foster collaboration, trust, and understanding in an effort to move all stakeholders to advocacy of student success.(need es)

OBJECTIVE 2.A COMMUNICATIONS PLAN

Create a comprehensive, integrated communications plan that includes a wide range of methods and modalities to reach all target audiences.

Convene communications committee to create comprehensive communications plan. View Progress
Evaluate effectiveness of plan and implementation with communications committee on a biannual basis following plan completion. View Progress
Leverage technology to increase transparency, efficiency, and quality of communications. View Progress

Objective 2.B Internal Communications

Ensure all internal communications strengthen relationships, build trust, develop understanding, and provide opportunities for staff input.

Create and maintain staff intranet. View Progress
Recognize and celebrate staff and student achievements. View Progress
Create a resource-sharing repository for all staff across the district. View Progress
Provide ongoing, timely updates to all staff regarding district news. View Progress
Provide a variety of opportunities for ongoing, collaborative staff input. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 2.C EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS

Ensure all external communications strengthen relationships, build trust, develop understanding, and provide opportunities for stakeholder input.

Identify communication needs of community and effectively respond to the needs in a manner that takes into account the linguistic and cultural diversity of our community. View Progress
Create consistent communication channels that support our mission. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 2.D COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Partner with school families and community
organizations to support the needs of students and families.

Help parents to build an understanding of how to support student learning outside of school. View Progress
Partner with external entities to provide all students and families with internet access for educational and communications purposes. View Progress
Partner with our communities and agencies to provide support to families beyond the resources of District 59. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 2.A COMMUNICATIONS PLAN

Create a comprehensive, integrated communications plan that includes a wide range of methods and modalities to reach all target audiences.

Convene communications committee to create comprehensive communications plan. View Progress
Evaluate effectiveness of plan and implementation with communications committee on a biannual basis following plan completion. View Progress
Leverage technology to increase transparency, efficiency, and quality of communications. View Progress

Objective 2.B Internal Communications

Ensure all internal communications strengthen relationships, build trust, develop understanding, and provide opportunities for staff input.

Create and maintain staff intranet. View Progress
Recognize and celebrate staff and student achievements. View Progress
Create a resource-sharing repository for all staff across the district. View Progress
Provide ongoing, timely updates to all staff regarding district news. View Progress
Provide a variety of opportunities for ongoing, collaborative staff input. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 2.C EXTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS

Ensure all external communications strengthen relationships, build trust, develop understanding, and provide opportunities for stakeholder input.

Identify communication needs of community and effectively respond to the needs in a manner that takes into account the linguistic and cultural diversity of our community. View Progress
Create consistent communication channels that support our mission. View Progress

OBJECTIVE 2.D COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Partner with school families and community
organizations to support the needs of students and families.

Help parents to build an understanding of how to support student learning outside of school. View Progress
Partner with external entities to provide all students and families with internet access for educational and communications purposes. View Progress
Partner with our communities and agencies to provide support to families beyond the resources of District 59. View Progress
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