What is a Key Communicator Network?
The Pendleton School District is interested in establishing solid two-way communication with our public. Essentially, a Key Communicator Network is a network of opinion leaders who establish this solid two-way communication among organizations and their public. These opinion leaders talk to many people who tend to listen to what they have to say. They keep in touch with school officials and immediately report questions, concerns, rumors, etc.
Why do we need a Key Communicator Network?
Improved communication with the public is likely to lead to better education at the school because the community will be more informed, which should lead to more involvement and support for students. Improved communication should also increase the level of trust our community has in the Pendleton School District.
Who are the Pendleton School District's Key Communicators?
|Barry Featherstone||Graybeal Distributing|
|Val Bates||Retired Principal|
|Kathryn Brown||East Oregonian|
|Lt. Bill Caldera||Pendleton Police Department|
|Michael Corey||Wheatland Insurance|
|Katie Curtis||Retired Principal|
|Tammy Dennee||Pendleton Community Member|
|Tiah DeGrofft||Wildhorse Resort|
|Dave Fiore||UniServ Consultant|
|Dean Fouquette||Dean's Pendleton Athletic|
|Ron Gavette||Pendleton Community Member|
|Kevin Hale||Coldwell Banker|
|Marie Hall||Eastern Oregon University/BMCC|
|Sherry Hubbard||Pendleton School District Employee|
|Michelle Jones||PSD Director of Business Services|
|Dan Lange||Blue Mountain Community College|
|Sandy Mayberry||Retired Counselor|
|Dr. John McBee||Retired Dentist|
|June Mohrland||St. Anthony Hospital|
|Dr. Mark Mulvihill||InterMountain ESD|
|Gail Nelson||Pendleton Chamber of Commerce|
|Skip Nichols||East Oregonian|
|Lona Odom||Retired Teacher|
|Rick Oliver||Pastor, Church of God|
|Justin Pearce||St. Anthony Hospital|
|Ronda Smith||Pendleton School District Employee|
|Lorena Thompson||Wildhorse Resort|
|Michele Madril||InterMountain ESD|
If you are interested in becoming a part of the Pendleton School District's Key Communicator Network, please contact:
How do Key Communicators receive information from the District?
Key Communicators will receive honest, objective, consistent information from the District. The Pendleton School District will communicate the good news -- and will report the bad news. These reports will occur during regular meetings with Key Communicators, in one-on-one conversations with District Office staff, and through regular electronic communications. Key Communicators are encouraged to contact Pendleton School District officials at any time with questions, comments or concerns.
When do Key Communicators meet with the District?
Being a part of the Key Communicator Network does not take an inordinate amount of time. The Key Communicator Network will meet 3-4 times a year.
District Office Contacts for Key Communicators
Key Communicators may contact Pendleton School District officials by visiting the District Office (107 NW 10th St.), by calling the appropriate phone number or via email.
- Chris Fritsch, Superintendent
541-276-6711 or chris.fritschpendleton.k12.or.us
- Tami Calvert, Superintendent's Secretary
- 541-966-3252 or tami.calvertpendleton.k12.or.us
- Michelle Jones, Director of Business Services
541-966-3259 or michelle.jonespendleton.k12.or.us