Celebrate With Us the Many WA Districts Earning National Recognition for Outstanding Communication Programs!Each year the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) offers three outstanding ways to earn national recognition for your district and school communication efforts. As chapter members, these WSPRA members submitted their entries this spring and were recently recognized at the NSPRA seminar in Chicago. Please join us in congratulating them on for their outstanding communications work!
NSPRA has awarded WSPRA with the Mark of Distinction Award as an Exemplary Chapter in the Special Focus Area: Professional Development/PR Skill Building. The judges were impressed with the extensive professional development opportunities offered throughout the year and the support and recognition WSPRA provides for members. WSPRA will be presented with this award at the NSPRA Chicago Seminar.
"WSPRA was a great way to wrap up my “SPRA Tour” for the year," said NSPRA President, Susan Hardy Brooks. "I have never traveled through the Cascade Mountains of Washington. The beauty of the snow-capped mountains, waterfalls, deer and lush green pine trees was almost more than this Oklahoma girl could take." Click on bold headline to read more.
The National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) is an outstanding resource for information, advice, support and professional growth. But most importantly, NSPRA provides you and your district with an unparalleled network of national colleagues that will add depth to your PR team. Click bold headline to learn additional benefits of being a NSPRA member.