Education Team Blog

Planning a bond campaign for your school district?

June 23, 2022

By Stephanie Bragdon Bonds are for building. Levies are for learning. We’ve all said this. It’s the easiest way to explain the difference between levies and bonds to the community. But with it becoming increasingly difficult to pass school funding

Thank you, #SchoolPR Superheroes!

May 13, 2022

By: Rachel Nakanishi For five years, I sat on the communications team at Seattle Public Schools. I sought out a job at a school district to tell the good stories of educators in an equity-focused public school district. What I

How digital media can boost enrollment

April 26, 2022

By Lesley Rogers Targeted digital ads can help school districts make sure busy families know about their programs and can help drive enrollment for key demographics, like incoming kindergarten families. Digital media – paid online advertising – is just one

Election trends from the Feb. 8 school elections

February 14, 2022

In Washington’s February 8 election, the Strategies 360 team helped 14 school districts approve 23 measures, for a total of $5 billion in local levy and bond funding for about 200,000 Washington state students. We are honored to continue our

Congratulations to all 2020 NSPRA winners!

July 14, 2020

By: Lesley Rogers, SVP of Education, Strategies 360 While we at Strategies 360 wish we could be with everyone in person at the annual National School Public Relations Association seminar this week, we want to congratulate the winners of the

Celebrating School Communicators on May 8

May 7, 2020

By: Lesley Rogers, SVP of Education, Strategies 360 Last year the #SchoolPR Twitterverse declared the second Friday of May the unofficial official School Communicators Day. Now, more than ever, we need to celebrate this day and this group of professionals.

Join us for an interactive school district election workshop!

September 13, 2019

        By Lesley Rogers, SVP of Education at Strategies Strategies 360 is proud to partner with DA Davidson to present a new school election workshop that’s perfect for school communications staff, superintendents, chief financial officers, school board

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