Kane County Regional Office of Education (ROE) is thrilled to announce that it has won two prestigious Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards from the National Association of Government Communicators (NAGC). The awards recognize excellence in government communication and were presented to Kane County ROE for its outstanding work in the Annual Report and Video Education categories.
The 2022 Annual Report highlights the accomplishments and successes of Kane County ROE over the past year. The report showcases the efforts of the organization in promoting high-quality education and providing support services to students, teachers, and schools in Kane County. The report is designed to be easily accessible and engaging, with clear and concise messaging that captures the impact and importance of Kane County ROE’s work.
The Video Education category award-winning video series, “#TuesdayTechTip,” is designed to help keep viewers up to date on the increased use of technology, especially in the education arena. These videos are designed to help navigate through the technology world and everyday tech issues in a quick and user-friendly way.
“We are honored to receive these awards from the NAGC,” said Patricia Dal Santo, Kane County ROE Regional Superintendent. “These awards are a testament to the hard work and dedication of the Kane ROE team, who are committed to providing the highest quality support services to the students, educators, and schools of Kane County. We are proud of our accomplishments and will continue to strive for excellence in all that we do.”
The NAGC is a national organization that recognizes outstanding achievement in government communication. The Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards are among the most prestigious awards in the field, and winning them is a significant achievement for any organization.