Communications and Public RelationsWelcome! The School District 308 Communications Department serves as a liaison with the community and all internal and external stakeholders to promote two-way communication and building positive relationships and partnerships. We strive to keep everyone informed while encouraging active and engaging dialogue between our district, our students, their families, and the community.Some of the areas of responsibility include:
- Media Relations and Crisis Communications
- Community Relations and Partnerships
- Publications and Event Planning
- District Website and Social Media
- Internal and Electronic Communications
We are happy to share information about our outstanding students, faculty and schools, and are here to assist with any media requests, campus access, news stories and/or press releases. Our communications team highlights people, events, activities and educational programs that promote the mission of CUSD 308. This information is posted on our homepage under "District News," recognizing outstanding achievements by students and staff along with feature articles to highlight school-based and districtwide initiatives.
MEDIA INQUIRIES: For all media inquiries please contact Theresa Komitas, Director of Communications and Public Relations at 630-636-3660 or 630-383-9287. You may also extend an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEDIA RELATIONS: Should you like to arrange an interview and/or to visit one of our schools, feel free to contact Kandi King, Communications and Community Relations Coordinator at 630-636-4361, or by email at email@example.com for scheduling.
MATERIAL DISTRIBUTION / PROMOTION TO STUDENT: CUSD 308 strives to be more environmentally friendly, embrace innovative technology and maintain fiscal responsibility and have transitioned from paper distribution to electronic flyer delivery via Peachjar. The district cooperates with community groups and organizations that sponsor activities of an educational/enrichment nature for students by distributing materials electronically. Paper flyers from outside organizations will no longer be distributed. All materials must meet the requirements of Board Policy 8-25: Advertising and Distributing Materials in Schools Provided by Non-School Related Activites. Click here to download Board Policy 8-25 (pdf). For an overview regarding submitting digital flyers, feel free to click on the sidebar titled Material Distribution / Promotion to Student.
Please find digital versions of our distributions and other information about School District 308 by using the links to the left.