If you need assistance with any information regarding Duplin County Schools, please contact Dawn Craft, Executive Director of Public Relations, Grant Writing & K-8 Parent Affairs via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 910-296-6623 or 910-271-4500.
The Duplin County School's Department of Public Relations leads
district and school marketing and communication efforts and offers collaborative services to departments to provide materials and information to parents and the community. Also included in the department is the DCS Print Shop providing exceptional customer and professional service to meet publication and printing needs.
This department also assists the Superintendent with crisis communication.
The DCS Public Relations Department tells the story of our school system and
its students and employees through a variety of ways. We
also work with news media to deliver timely and accurate information to all stakeholders.
strives to support the school system’s mission, vision, and goals through
effective communication strategies including:
Provide updates to employees
Work with the Superintendent’s
Office to communicate Board of Education News and other updates to employees
Assist with Coordinating Events
Media Relations to
Serve as the district’s liaison to
Communicate district news and events
to media and plan media opportunities for reporters
Proactively and strategically seek
media exposure for district initiatives and school events
Provide talking points as needed
Coordinate crisis communication
Write and facilitate district
publications such as the annual report
Ensure consistency of the use of the Duplin
County Schools logo
Act as a consultant to other
departments as they produce publications
Advise on the content and design of
the district website
Seek new ways of disseminating DCS
award-winning department has been recognized on the state level for writing,
photography and publications. It has been the recipient of awards from the
North Carolina School Public Relations Association.
Duplin County Schools - Official Logo
DCS wanted a logo representative of the spirit
of the school system. The superintendent
held a contest open to all DCS students.
Almost 100 entries created by students from throughout the district. Staff
members judged the logos and former Wallace-Rose Hill student Katlyn Moody’s
design was chosen as the winner.
Her logo tells the story of a unified school system
serving students from Pre-K through 13th grade and it depicts
students’ journey from the first day of school through graduation. The students are holding a banner declaring
“Excellence Without Excuses,” indicative of the dedication to meet high
expectations and dedication of the Board of Education and the entire DCS
Family. The lamp of knowledge represents
a focus on academics and an education designed to promote college, career, and
life success for ALL students.
This is the only approved rendering of the DCS
logo. No variations or modifications are permitted under any circumstances. Do
not add to it or delete from it in any manner. The logo must be duplicated from
authorized artwork and may not be redrawn, re-proportioned or modified.
Dawn S. Craft Executive Director of Public Relations, Grant Writing & K-8 Parent Affairs email@example.com 910-296-6623 office
Last Modified on June 22, 2016
Duplin County Schools
A District-Wide Early College Approach to College and Career Excellence for ALL!
Duplin County Schools
P.O. Box 128 315 N. Main St.
Kenansville, NC 28349
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