Communication resources for school professionals

Join the growing community of school administrators sharing knowledge to help schools succeed.


Make the Most of School Social Media to Boost Engagement

Free webinar Thursday, July 27, 2pm EDT

Managing social media is a tricky proposition for many schools. This social media for public schools webinar includes a demonstration of the current technology to help school administrators better understand, monitor and manage social media in 2017 and beyond.

Presented by Jay Cooper and Steve Williams of Campus Suite


social media webinar for schools

Guides and templates

School Website Design Planning Guide

A step-by-step, strategic approach to building a website that will serve as a powerful web communications content hub for your school or district.


School Communication Planning Guide

Your how-to guide for making the most of today’s communications channels to connect and engage all your audiences.

School communication guide

Website Redesign Planning

A step-by-step, strategic approach to building a website that will serve as a powerful web communications content hub for your school or district.


School Website ADA Compliance Planning

A complete guide to help you learn how to prepare your school website to be ADA compliant, and keep it fully accessible to people with disabilities.

ADA 508 Accessbility Guide

Private School Website Design Planning

A step-by-step, strategic approach to building a website that will serve as a powerful  marketing content hub for your private school.

School Mobile App Planning

Learn the must-have features, how to make a requirements checklist, and how to compare the different types of school mobile app providers.


School Social Media Program

Build a social media mindset and structure for your school communication. Available in public or private school versions.


School CMS Buyers Guide

Learn how to plan, assess and choose the website partner that’s a good fit for your school or district.



Underutilized by most schools, Twitter is a goldmine of engagement opportunities.



Put your school’s Facebook page to work for you, and start posting, liking and sharing.



Depict your school stories and vignettes in photos and quick videos that are easy to share.


Google Hangouts

Collaborate and engage using this popular and trusted video, voice and chat service.


DDoS Reference

Avoid potentially crippling attacks against your school networks with this handy guide at your side.


Blog Templates

Plug-n-play templates and writing tips that save lots of time, increase blog readership and boost engagement.


Webinars video archive

Planning for Cyber Attacks

Webinar video archive

Your school district is like any business or organization: you want to protect the data and digital assets you depend on day in and day out. Schools are not immune from the risks facing their data infrastructure. And it’s not just vicious attacks that present a danger: seemingly harmless employee errors and sloppy vendors can compromise the sensitive information your school community depends on you to guard.

This presentation, “Cyber Security and Your School,” reveals just how exposed many schools are to cyber threats – intentional and unintentional – and shows you how to implement cyber risk management planning in your district.

Presented by AJ Upton and Lacy Rex of Oswald Companies


Cyber Security for Schools Webinar

Steps to Making your School Website ADA Compliant

Webinar archive video

Don’t be in the dark about school website accessibility and ADA compliance. This webinar will help you determine where your school website stands and where it needs to be. We’ll guide you through the steps to make it pass muster, so you can serve your entire school community – including those with disabilities.

Presented By Steve Williams of Campus Suite


Steps to creating an ADA compliant school website

Planning a School Website that Drives Results

Webinar archive video

More than just about looking good, your school website is a communications hub with far-reaching impact and potential. It takes some planning, however, to create one that reflects how great your school is and serves as a powerful communications tool. Learn how to analyze your current website, set goals, and measure the success of your new one.

Presented By Steve Williams of Campus Suite



Facebook 2017: What’s New for Schools

Webinar archive video

You might only be scratching the surface of what Facebook can do to engage your school community. Recent enhancements in Facebook make it more powerful, precise and important to include it in your school communications mix. Get up to date with insights and best practices into using Facebook to get your content in front of parents, media and your entire school community.

Presented By Andrea Gribble of #SocialSchool4EDU


Facebook 2017 for Schools

Digital ADA Compliance: Legal Considerations Faced by Schools

Webinar archive video

Public and private schools are under increased pressure today to make sure all digital information is accessible by everyone, including those with disabilities. Web accessibility is a requirement and now has become the center of the Office for Civil Rights “OCR” complaints, lawsuits and soon-to-be-updated ADA requirements. Ensuring all students and families have access to online school resources is also the right thing to do.

Andrea Gosfield will discuss the landscape of ADA compliance requirements for digital offerings faced by schools today. The presentation will cover topics such as ADA regulatory requirements and how they’ve been interpreted to apply to online offerings of schools.

Presented by Andrea Gosfield of Griesing Law, LLC


Digital ADA Compliance: Legal Considerations Faced by Schools

Create a School Marketing Plan that Makes an Impact

Webinar archive video

Today’s educational marketplace is competitive and families are shopping for the best learning experience available. With limited resources to put toward your district or school communication and marketing, it is more important than ever that your efforts are impactful. That means being research-driven in your approach, strategic in your activities and resourceful in making the best use of your assets.

This webinar will provide an overview of a planning process that will assist you in developing a multi-year organizational plan, school marketing plan or single issue campaign using the same simple template and tips.

Presented By Trinette Marquis Hobbs of Communication Resources for Schools


How to create an effective marketing plan for schools

Top Tips for School Web Site Accessibility

Webinar archive video

Web accessibility for students with disabilities is an important topic, and one that is quickly becoming a hot topic for schools due to lawsuits, Office of Civil Right complaints, and soon-to-be-updated ADA requirements. Ensuring all students have access to online school resources is also the right thing to do.

This webinar will provide an introduction to web accessibility and an overview of how students with disabilities access and use the web. It will also provide basic recommendations for implementation and testing to help your school address web accessibility today.

Presented By Jared Smith of WebAIM


Accessibility for schools

How to Get More Out of Twitter for Your School

Webinar archive video

Twitter has become an important outlet for daily communication from media, celebrities, and many organizations. Some schools are using it to engage parents, reach the media directly, and further establish themselves as leaders in their communities and among peers.

Presented By Jay Cooper of Campus Suite




Facebook for Schools: What’s New for 2016-17


Using Instagram to Tell your School Story with Photos


How to Build a Social Media Program for Your School


Improving Engagement Using Today’s Digital Channels


Is Google Apps for Education a good fit for my school?


How to Use Twitter to Improve School Communication

Check out our free resources.

The Campus Suite Academy shares the latest trends in school communication and technology.

See for yourself why schools are making the switch.