• 2015 GSPRA Conference: How'd we do?
    Please take a moment to take the conference survey and let us know if we hit the mark with your conference expectations. Did we explore the right topics? Bring in the right guides? Do you have some new favorite strategies? Interested in trekking with one of our committees? Let us know!
    The survey will be available through Nov. 20. We need your participation to help make sure that we plan the 2016 conference to best meet your needs.
    Check out the conference wrap-up for more on awards and members-only content (including conference presentations and the membership directory.) Hoping to recreate some of that conference magic with photos? Find a few from the awards ceremony and Goldmine Sessions here.
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  • Help highlight education 'heroes' with SPARK videos

    At the Annual Meeting, we launched a new collaboration with the Georgia Vision Project. The SPARK! Campaign Video Project will use short videos from current students and recent graduates from around the state to highlight the amazing work of our teachers and the difference they make for our students and their success. But we need your help to gather these very short videos— recorded on a smartphone or tablet— that answer the question "Which adult makes (or made) a difference for you at school?" Please share information about the video project with your school community. Submit videos to by the Nov. 16 to be considered for a new PSA. Videos also can be posted and tweeted with the campaign hashtag: #SPARKgeorgiaED. 
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  • Thanks to 2015 GSPRA
    Conference Sponsors!
    GSPRA would like to recognize our generous sponsors and thank them for their support of GSPRA’s professional development program, Georgia’s school PR practitioners, and public education. Learn more about our sponsors on the GSPRA Sponsor Page.
    We appreciate our sponsors!
    Blackboard, Inc.
    Impacting People, LLC
    Celia Brien
    Proforma RM Hines Group
    Voss and Associates 
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  • GSPRA News available 
    In the latest issue of GSPRA News (available in the members-only section of the GSPRA website), you’ll read about conference dates, the newly elected GSPRA Board, the revised bylaws, committee opportunities, the SPARK! Campaign, and great news from NSPRA. Thanks to Carrie McGowan of Cherokee County for serving as the newsletter editor for the 2015-16 school year! (If you are a current member and haven't used the members-only section of the website yet, contact Laura Nurse to confirm your username and password.)
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Chartered in 1973, the Georgia School Public Relations Association (GSPRA) is a professional organization for school communicators and school-community relations specialists. GSPRA is an affiliate of the National School Public Relations Association and was designated as a Blue Ribbon Chapter of NSPRA for 25 years, until the launch of the NSPRA Mark of Distinction Awards. In 2010, and, again in 2015,GSPRA earned NSPRA's Mark of Distinction as an Exemplary Chapter. GSPRA members have also earned the prestigious Awards for Distinguished Service in both the single project and year-round project categories.

GSPRA is a vital medium for exchanging information and ideas and a wellspring of professional growth for education communicators statewide. The guiding philosophy is that the organization is enriched by the addition of each new member. GSPRA offers many quality services and resources for all members including support and mentoring for new communications staffers, regional and statewide conferencing opportunities as well as staff development resources for schools and communities. Learn more about GSPRA's recognition as a 2015 Exemplary Chapter by NSPRA.

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  Even if you weren't able to join us for the conference,
don't get sidetracked! 
Join us or renew your membership today!
Add a tool to the SPARK! Campaign Toolkit
As a partner with the Georgia Vision Project, GSPRA has committed time, talent, and resources to support the work of the SPARK! Campaign by providing a "toolkit" with ideas, examples, and inspiration from around the state, including logos, videos, a monthly idea generator for celebrating education, web resources, and examples.
Districts are welcome to review the contents of the SPARK! Campaign Toolkit for inspiration. GSPRA members are encouraged to submit materials (videos, stories, print materials, newspaper articles that you pitched, etc.) that illustrate how you celebrate success stories in your district. The Toolkit will be refreshed as additional resources are identified and as GSPRA members provide additional examples.