What Is The Role Of A Public Relation Officer In School?


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Aisha Profile
Aisha answered
Following are the roles and responsibilities of a PRO in a school:
- planning Public relations campaigns and strategies for new students and parents:
- monitoring public and media perception of the school
- writing and editing brochures, press releases, speeches, newsletters and websites etc
- arranging events
- developing good working relationships with the media
- public speaking at presentations, conferences etc about the charter and activities of the school
- representing the school at different events.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
P.R.O 's responsibilities is to help enhance public understanding and research generally and to enhance the school life, through communication and special event
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nabwire scarlet answered
A public relations officer uses all ways of communication to build, maintain and hold a good reputation
of school . Reputation arises from what you do, what you say and what others say about you.
- Public relation officer informs and assists board administrators with news media and public relations/community matters as maybe requested.

- Raises and implements communications plans as requested.

- Writes news releases, media advisories, newsletters, speeches and television .

- Serves as staff coordinator for public relations and special events development for the school

- Serves as spokesperson for the school division
and responses to media and public requests for information.

- Conducts and develops periodic training in communications/public relations development.

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