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
MSPRA members Ashley Kryscynski, Communications and Public Relations Specialist for Washtenaw Intermediate School District (WISD) and Andrew Munson, Community Relations Coordinator at Lenawee Intermediate School District (LISD) have been named to The National School Public Relations Association’s (NSPRA) 2020 Class of 35 Under 35. They were nominated for exhibiting leadership in their school districts and communities as well as for their involvement with MSPRA. “We salute these two emerging communication leaders!” said MSPRA President Anne Cron, APR. “Ashley and Andrew have earned this national recognition.”
MSPRA is pleased to present "Wellness Wednesday: Taking Time to Grow in Your Profession and Taking Time for Yourself." While you’ve been taking care of business….who’s been taking care of you? As a first-line responder, it’s vital that you take care of yourself so that you can care for others. Now that fall is here, it’s time to take a deep breath and engage in some self care.
To aid in your Eastern Equine Encephalitis communication efforts, we are re-posting the Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) Communication Toolkit developed in 2019 by MSPRA in partnership with the Michigan Association of Intermediate School Administrators (MAISA) and Michigan Association of Secondary School Principals (MASSP). Feel free to use it or share it as you deem appropriate. Visit the Hot Topics webpage to learn more.
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