CCS Receives National Recognition for Excellence in Communications
During a year shadowed by a global pandemic, Cumberland County Schools (CCS) has received national recognition for excellence in school communications.
The National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) recently announced that CCS earned four awards that include two Golden Achievement Awards and two Publications and Digital Media Excellence Awards.
All of CCS’ award-winning projects were planned, launched and completed during the pandemic.
“Strong communication efforts and effective family and community engagement are a top priority for our district as outlined in our strategic plan,” said CCS Superintendent Dr. Marvin Connelly, Jr. “While we have always understood the importance of effective communications and engaging diverse stakeholders in the educational process, the pandemic emphasized the vital role that effective communications play in the success of our school district. We are extremely proud of our Communications and Community Engagement Department for continuing to engage and communicate effectively with our staff, students and families during these unprecedented times.”