For Rachel Frost, director of marketing and communications, communication succeeds at the district level when it becomes something that everyone expects.
“We had plenty of communication before, but effective? It was lacking.”
“It’s important for parents to trust you. You have their kids—all day.”
“It just creates more of a team feeling, that we’re all in it together.”
“If you're able to help a parent, then you know that they're helping their child.”
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