Tecumseh Public Schools communication coordinator, Judson Lohman was nominated and appointed to serve a 3-year term as an at-large member of the Michigan School Public Relations Association (MSPRA) Board of Directors.
The Communications Department at TPS serves to support two-way communication between our district and our stakeholders. This relationship leads to better understanding of our schools and their role within the community as well as the needs and expectations of stakeholders.
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The district is accountable for clear communication
As a public institution, the school district is accountable to parents and other citizens, informing them about their investment in public education and seeking their insight on helping the school district deliver high quality educational programs that meet the needs of our learners and community.
The role of district staff in communication
All district staff members, regardless of their role, play a part in communicating information about their school and/or the district as they interact with learners, parents and other stakeholders.
The Communications Department supports staff as they provide this news and information to families.
Communicating with TPS
Tecumseh Public Schools values the feedback we receive from parents and community members. We want to hear from you - please share your questions, concerns, and praises.
Most questions and concerns can be addressed by first contacting the classroom facilitator or building administrator. The District Communications Guide outlines who to contact for a number of common departments. General questions may be directed to the Main Office of each building, the Administrative Services Building at 517-423-2167, or via email at email@example.com.
Please note that members of the media are asked to contact the Communications Department with requests to interview administration, facilitators, staff, and students.