Keeping your students, staff and school community free from the spread of COVID-19 starts with keeping the dreaded virus out of your school.
Enter the Daily Health Checker Project: a solution that uses Google tools to minimize the risk of the pandemic infiltrating your school community.
Learn how a Michigan public school district automated managing pre-arrival health screenings for over 1,000 district employees every day. Hear from the school administrators themselves whose very need for a quick, efficient and secure way to gather staff screening data spawned this important project.
Register today for this FREE webinar.
Webinar attendees will learn:
All webinar participants receive a certificate of completion and a School Communications Planning Guide.
Jay Cooper is the marketing director and content strategist for Campus Suite. A former journalist and school public relations specialist, Jay’s experience spans marketing and communications for industry, K-12 and higher education. He has helped businesses, schools and colleges use the power of web communications to improve their image, generate support, and optimize relationships.
Rebecca Fabiano is a communications specialist for Hudsonville Public Schools. With more than 23 years working in education, she has seen her role and communications evolve immensely right along with it. She strongly believes in the power of digital communications to help engage, build trust and solidify the district brand. She is always looking for new and better ways to reach her district families and community members.
All Campus Suite Academy webinar participants receive a ‘Certificate of Completion’ for attendance and participation. Build your continuing education portfolio by attending this and other courses offered through the Academy.
All webinar attendees get a free copy of the School Website Planning Guide, your practical resource for building a new school website. It contains how-to methods, best practices and resources for anyone involved in building or re-designing a school website.