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TSPRA E-newsletter

Issue 190, March 25, 2015
In this issue...

Feature Story
From TSPRA President Lorette Williams

Other Stories
 Rookie of the Year Award winner
 Crystal Award Winners
 NSPRA approves bylaws changes

Congratulations,
Upcoming Events
and MORE!home newspaper

GOOD TO KNOW

PR Tips from NSPRA

Look for ways to create opportunities for constituents to meet students and teachers and learn more about your district. 

Take a student with you to attend a civic group luncheon meeting and give a short presenation on something happening in school. Ask a newspaper or TV reporter to speak to a class about his or her job. Invite an elected official to have lunch with a small group of students and teachers to discuss new programs, student achievement or academic rigor. 

Personal interaction is the most effective form of communication. Take advantage of the people in your district to tell its stories. 

-- NSPRA's PRincipal Communicator

TSPRA Tweets

Please update TSPRA's new address in all your files.

The TSPRA Office has moved!
Jul 03, 2008

On July 1, the TSPRA State office opened their doors in their new location in the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) building, just east of the Texas Capital, between Trinity and Red River.

TSPRA's newly remodeled suites, 101-105, are located on the first floor, right side. All phone, fax and emails will remain the same.

Please change our contact information to:

TSPRA - Texas School Public Relations Association
406 East 11th Street, Suites 101-105
Austin, Texas, 78701-2617
Phone: 512-474-9107
#800: 1-800-880-9107
FAX: 512-477-0906
Email: info@tspra.org
If you have any questions, please contact TSPRA Executive Director Judy Farmer by email, judy@tspra.org, or by a phone number listed above.

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