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The School District of Palm Beach County’s Public Affairs Department launched a Facebook fan page and Twitter account earlier this year with the purpose to enhance the district’s educational presence and public engagement. Parents, students, employees and community members are now invited to participate in a Social Media Survey, which will provide us with the opportunity to obtain feedback from our stakeholders.

The following link will take you to the 17 item survey that takes less than five minutes to complete. It will be available until January 14, 2013. All responses will remain anonymous and the information will be used for statistical analysis only.

Social Media Survey

This social media survey is part of a pilot program as the initial step toward creating a district-wide social networking policy. The Department of Public Affairs in collaboration with the Division of Information Technology, Educational Technology Department and the Legal Department will be evaluating the results of this initiative to determine guidelines and procedures that will be implemented in the future by all schools and departments. Click here to read more about the Social Media Pilot Program.

Survey participants should keep in mind that the main purpose of this survey is to obtain the reactions and suggestions of our social media efforts and other means of communication. We believe in the importance of including our community in our communication efforts to determine the best way possible to disseminate information about the District’s efforts, events, programs and activities.

Obtain information about schools, events, activities, scholarships, graduation and much more by “Liking” our Facebook Page under the name The School District of Palm Beach County or by “Following” us on Twitter  @PBCSD.

For more information contact Natalia Arenas at (561) 357-7662 or via email at natalia.arenas@palmbeachschools.org.

 

 

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 Public Affairs Contact: Natalia Arenas – (561) 357-7662 – natalia.arenas@palmbeachschools.org

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