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Overview

11 months ago


"Communication leads to community, that is, to understanding,....and mutual valuing."

- Rollo May

Communication in Summit School District serves to create and strengthen connections, build relationships and deepen understanding between staff, students, families and community members

Julie McCluskie 

Director of Communications & Community Engagement

julie.mccluskie@summitk12.org

970-368-1013 office

970-389-8962 cell


Grants

8 days ago

NEW! Intent to Apply Form - Electronic Submission


Found an opportunity to fund a program in your classroom or at your school? Ready to go after grant dollars to support student learning? Terrific! Then take just a couple of minutes and complete this "Intent to Apply Form".   

And remember! It's important that your principal support this application for several reasons.  We want to be sure that your building is ready to help you implement and sustain your program and that your program aligns with VISION2020. Questions? Please feel free to contact Jaime Levi, Grant Writer, at 970-368-1533 or jaime.levi@summitk12.org.

 
Social Media
As school district communications move into the 21st century, schools are contemplating how and when to make the best use of social media tools for communicating to and hearing from relevant audiences.

Summit Schools uses social media for two primary reasons:

1. Social media serves as an effective mode of communication for engaging key stakeholders (staff, families, students, community members) for sharing district and individual school information.

2. Social media can be a valuable technology tool for student learning and academic achievement.