Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills District 181 wins communications award

Hinsdale-Clarendon Hills Elementary District 181 has been awarded multiple honors in the National School Public Relations Association 2014 Communication Awards Contest.

There were more than 700 entries this year from both public and private schools nationwide. District 181 earned recognition in the Publications and Electronic Media competition with two Awards of Excellence and two Awards of Merit. The district was also recognized with a Golden Achievement Award, the contest’s top honor.

Director of Communications Bridget McGuiggan and Assistant to the Director of Communications and Graphic Designer Audrey Galvin submitted the district’s entries. Their Keynote presentation for Projected Enrollment, co-created by former Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Doug Eccarius, as well as their 2012-13 Annual Report each won an Award of Excellence. Awards of Merit were given for the Learning for All Family Education Series brochure and also for writing of an Annual Report article about U.S. Gold Medal Paralympian and District alumna Megan Fisher.

The Golden Achievement Award was given for the district’s initial launch of branding efforts. Golden Achievement Awards require demonstration of the four-step communications process: research, analysis, communication/planning and evaluation.

The full list of this year’s winners can be seen on www.nspra.org.

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