Link to the 2011 Accountability Ratings Talking Points 2011AccountabilityRatingsTP.pdf
TSPRA is offering Media and Crisis Communications training
TSPRA is partnering with Spoken Word Communications to offer training in Cleveland ISD Sept. 28 and Highland Park ISD Oct. 19.
Log in to activate your new TSPRA account
Existing TSPRA members should have received an email from info [at] tspra.org asking you to log in to our new member management portal. Please follow the instructions in the email as soon as possible and update your directory information and change your password.
Congratulations to our 2016 Key Communicator
TSPRA has named Shanna Peeples, the 2015 National Teacher of the Year from Amarillo ISD, its 2016 Key Communicator.
Click here to read more.
Book your rooms for the 2017 Annual Conference now
Click here to see the Conference Hotels page.
Registration for the 2017 Annual Conference will open in September, but book your rooms now.
See the 2016 CTPS Video Contest Winners
Click here to see the schools whose videos took home the top prize in their categories during the 2016 Celebrate Texas Public Schools Video Contest the 2016 Celebrate Texas Public Schools Video Contest, sponsored by Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union.
Thanks for making 2016 our biggest conference ever
We had more attendees, more vendors, more presenters and more fun than ever before. We'll see you next year in Galveston, February 20-23.
Click here to see conference photos courtesy of Brian Morris, Lubbock ISD
Star Awards wrap-up
Click here to see the 2015 Star Awards winners booklet and press release.
Click here for information on ordering duplicate certificates and medals.
Issue 243, August 24, 2016 Newsletter
In this issue...
Sign up for Spoken Word training in the Houston or Dallas areas
♦ TSPRA members at NSPRA
♦ Front page photo contest
♦ Sponsor spotlight
Connect with Parents
Build trusting relationships with your district's parents with these tips:
From NSPRA Resource Files
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RT @APStylebook: AP Style tip: Unique means one of a kind. Do not describe something as rather unique, most unique or very unique.