Teachers are leaving the profession, you're in the middle of contract renewals, strategic planning and *omg* but to top it off you have three board seats up for election this year.
Do you really even have time to care about the fact your elementary school is printing 15 different Grizzly bears on tee shirts? By the way, where is our districts official logo and what the heck even is a vector? We get it: don't even get you started on social media. But excellence is in the details, my dear superintendent friends.
Even if you take COVID out of the equation, it would be hard to deny the fact the way our families are consuming information has dramatically evolved over the past 10 years. Have you recently evaluated the roles and responsibilities of your district communication/public relations director? How have they evolved to meet the needs of our changing times?
If your PR Director is doing the same job they did 10 years ago, your organization is behind.
Most families of children in our schools are millennials. Let that sink in. You might be thinking this is too overwhelming to think about but with a few simple resources and systems, we can have your ONE PR Director efficiently serving thousands of children + families and rallying them around your mission and vision.
Sometimes you want to run before you can walk. We've learned *the hard way* there are resources that absolutely must be in place before we can really make a ruckus.
Building steam? Heck yes you are. Now it's time to build creative capacity within your schools. Force multiply communication leaders? Abso-freaking-lutely.
Foundation? Check. Local ownership and leaders in place? Check, check. Now it's time to get the party started. Let's make some magic.
DON'T KEEP SPINNING YOUR WHEELS.
Every educational school district and organization is unique. Their communities are unique, their challenges are unique, their strengths and celebrations are unique. Let's hop on a call and discuss how we can support your vision.
"Brooke is a breath of fresh air!!
She has such a fun and positive personality. She is so incredibly easy to work with. Brooke took our almost non-existent communication to a world-class, effective, efficient, and easy to manage communication hub. We are constantly getting praise at how professional it looks and how user friendly it is. I couldn't recommend the Alchemy Collaborative more!"
Amanda Butler, Chief Academic Officer, Spencer County Schools
"Brooke and her Alchemy team go above and beyond with their creativity and deliverables to improve school communication.
Our district has seen an increase in social media engagement along with increased buy-in for our school’s mission and Profile of Success among students, educators, families, and community leaders. Brooke is an organizational whiz, and her systems have helped improve our district’s internal communications substantially. I truly could not recommend the Alchemy Collaborative more!"
Madison Kirby, PR Director, Logan County Schools
"The Alchemy Collaborative is my favorite business to work with especially when it comes to branding and promoting our Career and Technical Education pathways!
They are phenomenal, professional, and a pretty good time! Brooke and her staff helped us market our programs and think how to effectively communicate our success to families, partners, and our community. Shelby County will continue with this company for years and years to come!"
Kelly McNew, CTE Coordinator, Shelby County Public Schools