Ridgefield School District was recognized by the Washington School Public Relations Association (WSPRA) at its annual conference held earlier this month for outstanding work in public school communications throughout the 2018-19 school year.
Ridgefield’s communications team is led by Carolyn Enos, the district’s communications specialist and includes Kimber Webb and Marie Bouvier.
“I am extremely proud of the work our communications team continues to produce,” said Superintendent Nathan McCann. “They work hard to keep our stakeholders informed and celebrate the many successes of our students and staff.”
The district received the following awards for school districts in the state with enrollment less than 10,000 students:
Award of Excellence: 2018-2019 Annual Report
Special recognition to Kimber Webb for graphic design, Marie Bouvier for feature writing for Ridgefield Schools: Proud Past, Prosperous Present, Promising Future, and Carolyn Enos for editing and feature writing for Where Are They Now? Spudder Grad Success Stories
Awards of Merit:
Calendar category: 2018-19 Parent Guide & Calendar
Special recognition to Kimber Webb for graphic design and Carolyn Enos for writing and editing
Social Media category: Weekly Construction Updates
Special recognition to Carolyn Enos writing and editing
Video category: Growing Together, the 2018-2019 School Year
Special recognition to Shannon Korta and Mack Stromme of LSW architects for video production and Carolyn Enos for writing and editing
Congratulations to all WSPRA communications award recipients for their outstanding work this year!