The National School Public Relations Association selected Superintendent Addison Davis as one of 25 superintendents, across the nation, who uses communication technology in innovative and effective ways.
As a “2017-2018 Superintendent to Watch,” Davis is recognized for his dynamic, fast-paced leadership and strong communication skills. NSPRA chose Davis because he “engages and informs his school community with new communication technology tools combined with tried-and-true techniques.” As a new superintendent, NSPRA commends Davis’ efforts to expand two-way communication and outreach efforts throughout Clay County Schools.
“As I near the completion of my first year as superintendent, I am honored and humbled by this national recognition. I believe communication is key to the function and success of our organization. I work hard every day to integrate new technology into our communication platforms while keeping traditional forms of communication to make sure we reach all audiences, internally and externally. I will continue to look for innovative and effective ways to lead Clay County Schools,” said Superintendent Addison Davis.
For a complete list of winners for NSPRA’s 2017-2018 Superintendents to Watch program, visit https://www.nspra.org/superintendents-watch.
About the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA):
NSPRA is “The Leader in School Communication.” NSPRA's mission is to advance education through responsible communication. Since 1935, the National School Public Relations Association has been providing school communication training and services to school leaders throughout the United States, Canada, and the U.S. Dependent Schools worldwide.