How well is your school keeping the lines of communication open during the Coronavirus pandemic?
Did you cope with situations that could have been handled more efficiently? Was your message sometimes lost amidst the frantic volume of other proclamations from other, less reliable sources? If so, we hope you’ll make a decision to join us at our upcoming webinar, based on our recently published white paper on this very important and timely issue.
Available on Two Days
DATE: Tuesday April 28, 2020
TIME: 10:00am - 11:00am PDT
DATE: Thursday April 30, 2020
TIME: 2:00PM - 3:00PM PDT
Topics covered will include creating and implementing an emergency plan, the pivotal role in crisis communication played by a school’s website, and how to create an emergency-ready website within your district budget.
While administrators, teachers, and personnel from all schools and school districts are welcome, we believe this webinar will be of particular significance to those who work at smaller districts – those with 40 or fewer schools. These are the districts that struggle most with budget restrictions that might keep some IT and communication capabilities out of reach. We look forward to providing options for these schools to create a plan and acquire the technology to implement it, all at an affordable cost.
Dr. Rosina Wright-Castro
Dr. Rosina Wright-Castro has worked in the field of Education for the last 17 years. A graduate of UC Santa Barbara, she holds a B.A. in Sociology and Spanish as well as an M.A. and PhD in Education. She currently serves as the Student Success Coordinator for Mesa Community College's Foundations for Student Success Initiative.
Ron Zayas is the cofounder and CEO of 360Civic, a provider of websites and related services to school districts, utilities, and municipal, state and federal government departments. 360Civic’s experience in school and school district sites includes award-winning projects for the San Diego Unified School District and Huntsville City Schools.
We hope you will join us for this timely event.