Yes, we can pretty much do it all!

We are the experts in school communications with cost-effective services that only a full-service ESD can provide.

Communications

  • Communications Strategy & Planning
  • Crisis Communications
  • Copywriting/Editing
  • News Releases/Media Relations
  • Presentation Development
  • Communications Audits

Social Media

  • Management & Moderation
  • Content Planning
  • Staff Training
  • Graphics
  • Canva Templates
  • Short Videos

Website Design

  • Hosting
  • Content Mapping
  • Theme Customization
  • WordPress Development
  • Plugin Integration
  • Maintenance

Creative & Design

  • Branding Development
  • Display & Environmental Graphics
  • Newsletters & Reports
  • Infographics
  • Photography & Video Services

Yes, we can show you our work!

You’ll notice that many of our projects will start with branding and continue into designed materials and website development.

Yes, we love to share!

Read up on some of our latest tips & tricks, shop talk and staff interviews.

Helping voters understand just how important levies are for learning

Funding for education in the state of Washington is complicated and can lead to confusion about how schools receive the money needed to operate. The state of Washington is required to supply school districts with state funding for “basic education,” which is based on what is referred to as a “prototypical model.” Unfortunately, in most cases, that model falls short in covering what communities expect from their schools. When that happens, districts rely on local levies to bridge the funding gap, and they often look to ESD 112 Communications to help communicate information about the proposed levy. We chatted with Monique Dugaw and Heidi Barnes about what levy communications look like and why levies are so important to student learning.

Crash course in drones for video

Fred is a newer team member and was hired to help with both web and print design but also brings a brand new service to our list. Drone video! Here’s what he had to say about flying drones.

Ensuring your election communications are PDC compliant

Communicating about an upcoming school funding initiative can be tricky for school districts to navigate, particularly if staff is not aware of the rules and regulations. In this article, we cover the basics of PDC rules and some general rules of thumb for sharing information about bonds and levies.

Yes, we aim to please!

And we love to hear what our clients think, so we can learn and grow as a team.

“Our communications campaign, coordinated in partnership with ESD 112, has increased our enrollment by 35%! Thank you for all your help, we truly appreciate the time you and your team put into our mailings and social media.”

Jaecee Hoctor

Business Manager, Glenwood School District

“Thank you so much for all your hard work on [the new PCIA website] – it is truly a work of art and it’s beautiful!!!! You have made us look modern, classy, and a really great place to be! This is amazing.”

Kaylene Herman, M.Ed

Dean of Students/Academic Advisor, Pacific Crest Innovation Academy

I have found the regional coordination of our communication efforts to be invaluable. The tools developed for regional use were collaborative, timely and perfect for addressing communications challenges and needs.

Doreen McKercher

Communications Director, Camas School District

“After publishing our annual report, I was excited and blown away at all Communications helped us accomplish. Our work simply could not be done without your incredible talent, guidance and contributions. You continuously make things better and take our ideas to the next level.”

Christopher Belisle

Community Prevention Coordinator, Prevent Coalition