NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ -- The New Jersey School Public Relations Association (NJSPRA) named Warren Township Schools a winner in the 2019 School Communications Award Contest for outstanding print and electronic collateral used in educational communications programs. Warren Township Schools received first place in the video category. Through a partnership with Judy Weiniger, CEO of The Weiniger Group and Warren Township Schools, videos about what makes each Warren Township elementary school special can be found by visiting the district website (www.warrentboe.org) and clicking on each of the school’s homepages.  Simply click on the link ‘to learn more about each school.’

 

The NJSPRA School Communication Awards were developed to recognize professional school communicators in New Jersey, and the products they develop, that go above and beyond to disseminate important messages to their various stakeholders. “Congratulations to Warren Township Schools for both the outstanding tool they have created for their audiences as well as setting a standard for all of us in this important field of school communications,” said Lori Perlow, Communications Manager at Camden County EducationalServices Commission and president of NJSPRA. 

 

The 2019 contest was the most competitive on record with 64 submissions from 34 different school districts. The video category had the most submissions which supports the need for school districts to utilize multiple channels in their communications.

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The submissions for the 2019 School Communication Awards were judged by an esteemed panel of 11 judges including professors from Rowan University and other industry experts across the country.

 

Awards are given out in eight different categories: Marketing, Branding, Image; Newsletter; Media Relations-Human Interest; Photography; Social Media; Special Interest Publication; Video; and Website.  For a complete list of winners, visit www.njspra.com.