049: Tell the World Your School Rocks!

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In this episode

Many schools do amazing things but don’t know how to share great news in engaging ways. Most schools use ineffective newsletters or other tools that get overlooked or even stuck in the bottom of a backpack. Author and guest Ryan McLane explains how schools can engage parents and the community by creatively sharing their positive student and school news in exciting ways.

About today’s guest

Ryan McLane began his career as a high school social studies and business teacher and is now principal at Big Walnut Intermediate School in Sunbury, Ohio in the midst of his 17th year in education. He is the co-author of “Your School Rocks…So Tell People!”

Recommended Resources:

  • Your School Rocks… So Tell People! Passionately Pitch and Promote the Positives Happening on Your Campus by Ryan McLane and Eric Lowe (published by Dave Burgess Consulting) through Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com
  • Flipboard App
  • Green Screen by Do Ink

Guest Links

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“How to engage the ‘hard to reach’ or ‘tough’ student leaders in bullying, character development or other school improvement efforts.” From Nancy in Sacramento, CA

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