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December 12, 2016

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In November of 2015, the MESD began a communication audit process. The purpose of the audit was to gather information from employees, board members, and administrators to inform MESDs communication goals, strategies and plan.

 

The initial phase revealed that MESD employees are inspired when we learn what other groups in the agency are doing, and we want to hear success stories that will make us better ambassadors for the agency. 
 

MESD has countless positive stories to tell, but the stories are not getting out there, and because we invest so much in our work, we want to be kept apprised of immediate events and changes at MESD.
 

MESD Communication Audit

 

This newsletter is one step toward addressing these concerns. You can expect to receive issues with relevant information, stories about important work being done by your colleagues across the agency, updates from the board, and upcoming events as information becomes available. 
 

Feel free to submit photos and stories of important, inspiring, or humorous stories from your program or department to Lafcadio: ladams@mesd.k12.or.us

 

Other ways to get updates

• MESD website
• Facebook
• Twitter
          Arata Creek & Burlingame Creek Schools: @MESDcreeks
          Facilities: @MESDfacilities
          Helensview School: @HelensviewPDX
          Hospital School Program: @MESDhospitals
          Jim Rose: @MESD_COO
          MESD: @MultnomahESD
          MESD Professional Development: @MESD_PD
          Wheatley School: @WheatleyWolves

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