ORANGE, Calif. (PRWEB) April 23, 2020
360Civic has announced it will host a webinar titled Emergency Response: Best Practices for Schools and School Websites.
The company, which created technologically-advanced, award-winning websites for school districts in California, Arizona and Alabama, will offer guidance on how schools can optimize their sites during emergency situations, such as the current Coronavirus pandemic.
Topics covered will include forming an emergency plan, the pivotal role played by the school’s website in implementing that plan, and how to create an emergency-ready website within the limited budget of a smaller school district – those with 40 or fewer schools.
“Smaller districts are more likely to struggle with budget restrictions that might keep some IT and communication capabilities out of reach,” explained Ron Zayas, CEO of 360Civic. “We look forward to providing options for these schools to create a plan and acquire the technology to implement it, all at an affordable cost.”
Two one-hour sessions for the webinar are scheduled: Tuesday, April 28 at 10AM Pacific Time, and Thursday, April 30 at 2PM Pacific Time.
Zayas will be joined as a presenter at the webinars by Dr. Rosina Wright-Castro, who has worked in the field of Education for the last 17 years. A graduate of UC Santa Barbara, she holds a B.A. in Sociology and Spanish as well as an M.A. and PhD in Education. She currently serves as the Student Success Coordinator for Mesa Community College's Foundations for Student Success Initiative.
To register, please visit https://360civic.com/blog/webinar-improving-school-response-emergencies-coronavirus
360Civic is a California marketing and website agency located in Orange County, California. The company specializes in advanced, customized websites and marketing programs for the public sector. 360Civic is a branch of 360 BC Group, Inc., a minority owned marketing corporation that holds top market position in California. For more information, visit http://www.360civic.com.