The communications department works under the direction of the superintendent and is involved in community and public relations, internal communications and media relations. The district's communications coordinator works closely with administration and staff to inform employees and the public about what is happening in the district. The department publishes the district and special publications such as the district calendar and annual report, handles media requests, creates content and updates the district website and announcement e-newsletters, and maintains the district's social media presence on Facebook and Twitter.
Consistency in language, style and identity standards are vital to convey the district's mission. A strong visual identity projects a distinctive look and creates a lasting impression. Consistent use and application of the district's visual identity is critical to building and maintaining familiarity with Moorhead Area Public Schools. Moorhead Area Public Schools has licensed and is trademarking its district, M and Spud mascot logos. Logos may be used through licensed vendors in accordance with the district's licensing agreement with U.S. Licensing. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
November 21, 2018
Four graduates were inducted into the Moorhead High School Hall of Honor at a recognition ceremony last month. The 2018 inductees are Brad Atchison, Chuck Gulsvig, Dr. Lynne A. Kovash and Dr. Glenn R. Melvey.
November 20, 2018
With a history spanning more than 140 years, the story of Moorhead Area Public Schools is detailed on a 50-foot-long historical timeline in the lobby of Horizon Middle School’s Performing Arts Center. Representatives of graduating classes from each decade from 1940 to 2030 cut the ribbon to dedicate the history wall on Oct. 30.
November 19, 2018
Students from Adult Basic Education and Concordia College exchanged their stories to build empathy as part of a Narrative 4 experience last month.
November 19, 2018
Students, families and staff members at Ellen Hopkins Elementary School raised $923.48 for the United Way through the school’s fifth annual penny war in October.
November 16, 2018
Rob Bye, chair of the Moorhead Schools Legacy Foundation, accepts donations from Rebecca Darling and Andrea Olson with AgCountry Farm Credit Services as part of their workplace-giving program.