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Junior High School leaders ask for parent input on social media

4:40 PM, Sep. 11, 2013
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Leaders at D.C. Everest Junior High School want to know how best to communicate school happenings with parents, and think social media might be the way.

Parents already have access to their children's grades and class schedules, but school officials have discussed adding school social media accounts, such as Facebook, Twitter and an online blog to keep parents informed about school-wide news.

Principal Steve Pophal said the junior high has released a survey for parents to take and give feedback about communication with the school. Eighth-grade students in the required business ...

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