Social Media & Website
While there is no replacing your school or department’s best assets—your team—when your team isn’t available, the next best thing someone could stumble upon (or go searching for with intent) is your website or social media channels.
In the Osceola School District, we encourage the use of social media for schools, departments, and even clubs and/or teachers. What you’re doing at your schools and in your classrooms needs to be shared with the world.
Once Janae receives it, she’ll reach out to get you set up. Please don’t set up anything on your own.
The district’s approved social media sites are:
Social Media and Storytelling
You have a story to tell. There are great things happening in the Osceola School District. When you share your school or department’s stories on social media, you are sharing them with the world.
Things to remember:
- Always be positive and helpful. As a district employee, you are an ambassador of our brand.
- Use social media to build, manage, and maintain positive relationships with parents, the community, and stakeholders.
- Read and understand the rules outlined in the Osceola School District’s Social Media Disclaimer and Guidelines, not only for the posts you establish on your social media channels, but for monitoring posts by others to your social media pages, too.
We recently launched our new website and couldn't be more excited about it! While we have worked hard to ensure all i's have been dotted and all t's have been crossed, there could be things missing. Please reach out to our district webmaster, Ruben Santa-Cruz, if you have any questions or comments about the website. You can reach him at email@example.com.
Are you a school or department webmaster and have forgotten what size your banner images should be, or where to go to update your upcoming events? These resources are for you:
- Website Layout Template
- Website Training Videos (Sign in with your active directory login information)