Volusia County Schools Honored With 3 National Communication Awards
DELAND – The National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA) has honored Volusia County Schools with three 2021 Publications and Digital Media Excellence Awards – recognition in each category staff entered.
“These awards represent the innovation and dedication of our Community Information team to overcome hurdles in a very challenging year,” said VCS Superintendent Dr. Scott Fritz. “At VCS we understand strong communication is critical to accelerating student achievement and our communications team works extremely hard year-round to keep our school families, staff and community informed in a constantly evolving environment. To be recognized for our district’s efforts is a testament to the outstanding work performed by our communication professionals.”
The NSPRA Publications and Digital Media Excellence Awards recognize outstanding print and web-based writing, design, and graphics with three levels of honor: excellence, merit, and honorable mention. The prizes are awarded according to publication type and type and size of organization. Each entry is judged on the overall excellence of the entry as well as its quality compared to other entries in the category.
See the complete list of VCS’ winning entries below.
- Category: Internet/Intranet Website: Volusia County Schools Website Redesign
- Category: Video (produced in-house): Volusia County Schools: African American History Month
- Category: Special Purpose Publication: Volusia County Schools Strategic Plan 2020-2023
Volusia County Schools’ vision is to create life-long learners prepared for an ever-changing global society. The VCS Strategic Plan: www.vcsedu.org/strategic-plan.