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Quarterly Meeting #2: Using Events to Tell Your Story

  • Thursday, December 08, 2022
  • 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
  • Jenks High School


  • Always free for members!
  • Free for this meeting, a fee will be charged for nonmembers moving forward.

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Is event planning one of your many hats? Whether events are your full-time job or if it falls into “other duties as assigned,” this meeting will give you a look at how other schools manage and support district events, the role the communications department plays and some tips to enhance your next event from industry professionals. 

From student celebrations to informational open houses, events are a great way to tell your school’s story. Our opening session will feature the Jenks Public School team who will walk us through some of their largest events, their planning process and how they weave the Jenks story throughout. 

This session will be followed by a panel discussion with the following panelists:

  • Stephanie Pool - Central Tech  
  • Joanna Horner - Francis Tuttle Technology Center
  • Kim Vento - Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center
  • Kelly Ross - Oklahoma State School Boards Association

Have a question you’d like to ask the panel? Submit it here!


9 a.m.          Breakfast & Networking
9:30 a.m.     The Jenks Story
10:15 a.m.   Panel Discussion
11 a.m.        Hospitality and Moments: Apptegy
11:30 a.m.   Lunch & Networking
12:30 p.m.   OKSPRA Business Meeting
1 p.m.          Roundtable Discussions
3 p.m.          Meeting Concludes

Meeting Sponsor

Sponsor Session: Hospitality and Moments
Jamie Ronck, Presenter

There’s a lot of talk about “customer service mindset” in K-12 education. Who are those customers and why does it matter? District administrators have a unique “customer” base that is made up of students, families, business leaders, political leaders, and the list goes on and on. Today’s customers are smarter than ever before, they know what good service is and expect it. As a school leader, going beyond customer service and creating a culture of hospitality can excel your district’s brand.


The Oklahoma School Public Relations Association (OKSPRA) is a knowledge-based organization seeking to serve, motivate and educate school administrators and staff, postsecondary officials, school foundation executives and boards of education about the importance of school public relations.

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Lawton, Oklahoma 73505


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