Inman Superintendent to lead statewide workshop in February

By Kansas Association of School Boards
January 13, 2015

Inman USD 448 Superintendent Kevin Case will be leading a Social Media workshop February 3, 2015, at the Kansas Association of School Boards office in Topeka.

Registration is at 8:30 that morning. The workshop will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cost is $150 per person for the first three registrants, including lunch and handouts. If you have more than three registrants, the fourth and beyond are free!

Searching for social media solutions for your district?

Trying to figure out the pros and cons of Facebook vs. Twitter?

Or maybe you know you need to jump in and get started on your personal

or school’s social media journey, but just aren’t sure how to get started.

Join us for the day for some great conversation, exploration and

learning experiences!

Here’s what you’ll take away from the day:

• An understanding of the role social media plays in

communicating with your school community-including

students, staff, parents, patrons and alumni.

• The basics of Facebook and Twitter, while gaining an

understanding of when and how to use each tool to connect

with diverse audiences.

• Best practices for social media guidelines and principles and

why they are so important.

• Development of your social media presence and how to

evaluate the impact.

• Strategies for when and how you will use social media.

• How other schools are using social media to communicate with

their public.

All participants will receive a digital copy of Kevin’s recent book #TwirtyDays – Opening Doors, Creating Possibilities & Realizing Potential.

This 30-day guide is designed to help you establish and develop your Twitter presence and continue your learning after this workshop.

Register online by visiting and click on the KASB Store tab or call 800.432.2471 for more information.