Communicating with Parents Through the Summer Slag

Presented by: Amity Chandler, Director of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing for Lee County Schools
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Summer months are important planning months for school and district leaders. What you say and how you say it to parents during these months is important to ensuring a smooth school start in August.

In this webinar, Amity Chandler, Director of Communications, Public Relations and Marketing for Lee County Schools in Florida, discussed key strategies in communicating with parents during the summer months and making the communication about important topics stick. Amity shared ways to help parents navigate the summer months with a focus on these areas:

  • Summer learning slag
  • Changes in dress code
  • At-home learning activities
  • A push for the local library summer programs and a library card right now, including a summer reading proclamation, summer reading lists, and other great resources.

This webinar will be beneficial for K-12 school leaders and communications professionals who understand the importance of continuing the school and district narrative with stakeholders, especially parents, during the summer months. Learn strategies for communicating with your students’ parents through the summer slag.