Michigan School Public Relation Association
If you’re responsible for communicating with students, staff, parents and local residents
about your school, you need MSPRA – even if “communication” is not part of your job title.
Exemplary Chapter of the National School Public Relations Association for Professional Development and Collaboration
News & Announcements
The Michigan School Public Relations Association has earned two Mark of Distinction awards for exemplary work in communication for 2021 from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). Only ten awards in total were presented this year.
The awards recognize MSPRA for its year-round professional development program, and its collaborative communication toolkits.
Tuesday, June 22, 2021; Noon-1 p.m.
“Expanding your Communication Team: Students, Interns, and More!”
In this Idea Hour you’ll learn how your colleagues are benefiting from these options and how you can, too.
Tuesday, August 10, 2021; Noon-1 p.m.
“Getting it Right: Celebrating students who are differently abled”
Join us for this no-cost Idea Hour to discover how to best represent and reference special populations in your school.
See the Events Page for registration details.
“Leveraging Your School PR Superpowers”
Don your crusader’s cape, grab your magic lasso, slip on your power ring and join us for “Leveraging Your School PR Superpowers” – MSPRA’s virtual Annual Conference on March 11 and 12 both days from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Registration open through March 9, 2021.
This two-day event will be packed with super-powerful PR energy. For starters, Lesley Bruinton, APR, 2020-21 National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) President and Director of Public Relations for the Tuscaloosa City Schools will deliver the keynote address: “The Amazing School PR Superhero.”