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SSHS Communication OLE: Communicating Data for Sustainability

Event Date: 
May 22, 2018 - 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM EDT
Safe Schools / Healthy Students
Webinar - Adobe Connect


All of us at the NRC and on the SS/HS Communication Team are in awe of the extraordinary work states and LEAs have done to make children and youth safer, healthier, happier, and more successful.

And we know that you have collected data and stories worth sharing. In fact, we believe this is just the kind of content that can be critical to helping you sustain and expand your best work as we near the end of the SS/HS no-cost extension year.

That’s why we hope you’ll join the SS/HS Communication Team on Tuesday, May 22nd from 1:00-2:00 EDT for “Your World Needs to Know: Communicating Data for Sustainability.”

This OLE will be different—with a little input from you.

In addition to reviewing best practices and tips for integrating data into stories, messages, and materials, we want to get specific—and here’s how:

  1. Are you anxious to share specific data with audiences but aren’t quite sure of the best way to go about it? Let us help you with on-the-spot TA!  We’ll do a quick assessment of your goals, your audience, your data, and your message to help you come up with your next best steps for effectively conveying your data.
  2. Are you proud of any new communication products you’ve created for sustainability that feature data? If so, we would love to include them in this session—and we know your colleagues and peers would love to see your work as well.

If you answered “yes” to either question above, please contact your Communication Specialist by Friday, May 11th (LaVerne Canady –; Jean Synodinos –

Register for the OLE below!

Registrants will receive a follow-up email before the event that will include login information. You can also add an invite to your calendar by clicking on the "Add to Calendar" button above. If you have any questions regarding the OLE, please contact We look forward to your participation!

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