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27 11, 2019

3 Ways to Dress Up Your School’s Holiday Content

By |2019-12-01T00:11:16-06:00November 27th, 2019|Social Media|0 Comments

During the Holidays, we often see schools resorting to what we call a stuffing mentality. Content is baked in without much thought or effort. What's the difference between stuffing and dressing? In the culinary world, stuffing is called stuffing because it is meant to be cooked in the same pan as the bird. It might [...]

15 11, 2019

Five 2020 Trends for Social Media in Education: What Educators are Saying

By |2019-11-18T10:23:27-06:00November 15th, 2019|Announcement, Social Media|0 Comments

All can agree that communicating via social media brings schools closer to their students, parents, and communities. While social media provides an instant and interactive way to communicate, the nature of social media creates a much more complex process in executing, monitoring and managing to ensure the safety of students, staff and school reputation. However, [...]

4 11, 2019

Bridging The Communications Gap

By |2019-11-06T10:59:45-06:00November 4th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

The Rural School Communications Gap High Plains Community Schools is not uncommon in its Class D school setup. Like many consolidated rural schools across Nebraska, 12 miles of pavement separates the two school sites of HPC. The three communities of HPC - Polk, Hordville, and Clarks - form a small triangle in the heart of [...]

14 10, 2019

Memes from the Principal’s Office

By |2019-10-14T06:33:29-05:00October 14th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Social Media|0 Comments

How do we cut through the noise on social media? How do we get our parents, our community and our alumni to engage with us? While we see the viral nature of the latest snow day post, our everyday content seems stagnant. Why? A recent meme may be the answer for your school. Me: Also [...]

3 09, 2019

The Content Generation Episode 23: Back To School, Back To Content

By |2019-09-11T13:46:37-05:00September 3rd, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Podcast, Social Media|0 Comments

During this episode, Taylor and Amber discuss how to implement a social media content calendar at your school. Resources from this episode include: #ICanHelp #Digital4Good Conference on September 16th at Facebook HQ How To Create A Social Media Content Calendar For Your School Class Intercom Webinar Directory  Be sure to follow us on Twitter & [...]

12 08, 2019

5 Steps To Building A Successful Social Media Team At Your School

By |2019-08-22T10:26:53-05:00August 12th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media, Webinar|1 Comment

Do you want to learn how to build a successful social media team with students at your school but don't know where to start? If the idea of finding the right students and asking them to create social media content seems overwhelming to you, we’ve got you covered! During this webinar, Class Intercom will teach [...]

12 08, 2019

Back to school? Back to content. How to create a social media content calendar for your school.

By |2019-08-22T11:07:13-05:00August 12th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|2 Comments

Every school knows they need to be active on social media. I mean, how else would kids and parents know if school was canceled or not? Creating meaningful content and keeping it organized can be challenging! Even if your school has a full time communications representative or social media team, gone are the days of [...]

3 06, 2019

Building a Sustainable Student Social Media Team at Pulaski High School

By |2019-08-22T11:47:06-05:00June 3rd, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

Written by Clay Reisler, Digital Learning Specialist at Pulaski High School Back in the day, cruising the strip was a way to show off your ride and interact with kids from high school. It’s no different now, except “showing off your ride” is showing off your high school through social media on the digital strip. [...]

2 06, 2019

Social Media Marketing and the Art of the Student Social Media Takeover

By |2019-08-22T11:33:25-05:00June 2nd, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media, Webinar|0 Comments

Have you been wanting to let students do social media takeovers at your school but not quite sure how to effectively manage the process? During this presentation, Michele Niec, Director of Marketing and Public Relations and Instructor at Davidson Academy walks us through best practices and how to set students up for a successful social [...]

30 04, 2019

Growing community on social media without a communications department

By |2019-04-30T12:54:09-05:00April 30th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Social Media|0 Comments

If your school doesn't have a communications department, who is responsible for posting on social media and how do you move forward? During this webinar, Growing community on social media without a communications department, Josh Allen will guide us through the following: How social media can help tell your school's story. Discuss best practices and [...]