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Shout the News

Congratulations! Your Wisconsin RtI Center recognized school status is an amazing accomplishment. You’ve come so far in your school’s growth and implementation journey. Your next step? Shout the news!

Three tips for sharing your prestigious achievement

Don’t be shy: Ask students, parents, teachers, principals, counselors, paraprofessionals, community partners, and district administrators to communicate your shared success.

Use your best communication strategies with the highest response rates: This is big news! Utilize your proven ways to communicate equitably to reach ALL stakeholders.

Ways to spread the news: Shout the news through announcements, your school and district website, email communications, social media, family and community connections! Coming soon: 25 more ways to share your recognition.

Announcements

We have Wisconsin Recognized Schools program messaging to use for school and community newsletters, website, PA system messages, assemblies, appreciation days, virtual wall, and more!

Digital website badges

We’ve created these Wisconsin Recognized Schools program badges to display on your website, email signature line, and letterhead. Please download the badge for your school’s content area and level of recognition.

Email signature line

Consider one of these signature lines (and your school’s recognition badge) in your email signature.

Each day, the average worker sends 121 emails. That’s a reach of 24K+ people each year per person; now, image the whole school!

Social media and hashtags

Here are social media starters to share your recognition. Be sure to use your school and district’s social media policies and processes. Looking for inspiration? This blog is dedicated to helping schools with social media.

Family and community flyer

One of the key system features of an equitable, multi-level system of supports is family and community engagement. Don’t forget to thank them for your shared accomplishment using this flyer as a started.

Press release

Submit this press release through your established protocols, or think how you can use these tips for your school or district.