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  • The Communications office uses all vehicles of communication, including video and photography; social media and traditional media; blogging; direct mail; and email and texting to communicate with internal and external audiences, share key information about our schools and promote public education. The office handles media queries and oversees District publications, the design and communication of major school publications and the District website. It also maintains the D211 Post, the District's webpage showcasing students, schools and the District. 

    Apply to join our new Communications Advisory. This is open to parents, community members, alumni, community partners and local business owners.

    These meetings will be quarterly and will last approximately an hour and a half.