The Dodgeville School District, in conjunction with Miron Construction Co., Inc., was recently honored by the Wisconsin School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) with a Spectrum Award of Excellence for its work in school communications.
WSPRA presented the Spectrum Awards at its recent annual conference in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. The Dodgeville School District / Miron Construction team earned an Award of Excellence for the District’s recent communications campaign which culminated in a successful $20 million referendum.
Spectrum Awards recognize high-quality public relations efforts produced by or on behalf of Wisconsin school districts. This year, the statewide competition honored 30 school districts with awards.
“Spectrum Award winners exemplify the very best communications work in school districts across the state,” said WSPRA President Sarah Heck. “The winners demonstrate the value of engaging stakeholders in order to build community support for Wisconsin’s public schools.”
WSPRA’s Spectrum Awards are judged by members of the Illinois School Public Relations Association (INSPRA) on a four-point scale in four areas: goals and objectives, research and planning, execution and evaluation and results.
The Wisconsin School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) is a professional association representing schools, school districts, educational associations, consulting agencies and organizations. WSPRA is a state affiliate of the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). The mission of WSPRA is to expand the capacity of its members to provide effective communication management for the purpose of strengthening educational opportunities for all students.
Photo (left to right): Megan Nussbaum, Miron Construction Co., Inc.; Jeff Jacobson, Dodgeville School District; Jayne Frazier, Miron Construction Co., Inc.