Presentation on theme: "June 26, 2013 ocuments/Facebook_Page_Guidelines.pdf Include this page on facebook policies Read to/focus."— Presentation transcript:
June 26, 2013 http://portal.cherokee.k12.ga.us/parentinfo/D ocuments/Facebook_Page_Guidelines.pdf Include this page on facebook policies Read to/focus on concerns http://www.tasb.org/about/schools/build/face bookfan.aspx Include this site on considerations http://socialschoolpr.wordpress.com/tag/scho ol-district-facebook-pages/ List the 5 metrics on the school’s facebook page and explain them https://district.d230.org/Publications/Faceboo k%20guidelines.pdf Another example of the restrictions on a school’s facebook pa ge http://www.selah.k12.wa.us/ADM/Publ/Faceb ook-Posting-Guide.pdf Another example of facebook and the district https://www.facebook.com/crschools?fref=ts Another example of a facebook page with lots of positive comments
Step-by-step guide for establishing a Facebook page http://nextcommunications.blogspot.com/2010/08/fa cebook-for-school-districts-set-up.html Step-by-step guide to establish a facebook page including : See steps for editing your page for considerations Facebook page rules-set your guidelines Discussion boards, links, events, posting updates to the page for the district, not personally Excellent information
Closing a Facebook Page http://nextcommunications.blogspot.com/201 1/05/closing-school-districts-facebook- page.html After 20 months, the facebook page turned out to be too labor intensive, so it was deleted The liabilities of a facebook page outweighed the benefits This is an excellent article on pros and cons of a district facebook page
Kirkwood School https://www.facebook.com/KirkwoodSchoolDistrict Likes every page directly associated with the district (elementary, middle school, high school, sports boosters) Pics of teachers being trained during the summer Reminder notes like pictures for seniors Visits to classrooms, field trips, special projects Links back to special areas of the official school webpage Academic awards Positive PR only!
Richland Schools https://www.facebook.com/richlandschoo ls Info summarizing points of Board meetings Recognitions Recap of state budget issues Recap legislative issues
Philadelphia Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/Ph illyEducation Not as tightly supervised as this District permits all sorts of comments
Twitter http://www.oregonlive.com/education /index.ssf/2009/09/schools_turn_to_fa cebook_twitt.html Considerations of using twitter for a school district Tweets and comments must be closely monitored
Shall North Mac CUSD #34 have a presence in social media? So long as there is social media there will be a way to communicate positive and negative comments regarding the District The major factor to consider is how much time do you want to devote to your social media account Do the benefits outweigh the headaches?