Welcome to the Office of Communications
The Poway Unified School District strives to give the community ongoing information about its schools, programs, and students. All work supports our District vision and mission, and is guided by the 2021-24 Strategic Communications Plan.
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The Communications Department facilitates communication with internal and external audiences and builds and maintains relationships to continue the high level of community engagement throughout PUSD and our schools.
Strong, proactive communication is the foundation for a strong public school district.
- Christine Paik, Chief Communications Officer
Check out our online newsroom, the official source of news and information for the Poway Unified School District.
Please see this document by clicking here or click on the thumbnail below to view appropriate use of our District logo and colors. The PUSD logo is authorized solely for the use of official PUSD accounts and materials. Its use must be approved by the PUSD Communications Department prior to publication. Please contact Brittanie Arnett, Communications Specialist at email@example.com for permission and access to a high-quality file.
Please Note – All News Media and On-Campus Filming Requests shall be directed to and must be approved by the Chief Communications Officer, Christine Paik (858) 521-2707 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*ANY FILMING OR MEDIA PRESENCE IS SECONDARY TO, AND MUST NOT DISRUPT, ANY SCHOOL INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM.* PUSD reserves the right to refuse any requests that are deemed too disruptive or not supportive of PUSD's mission.
News Media: We will do our best to accommodate media requests and to meet reporters' deadlines. Please review our media relations (BP 1112) and visitor policies (BP 1250).
On Location Filming Requests: PUSD is pleased to make school facilities available for rental when they are not being used for school programs and activities. Our campuses can be viewed through our facilitron page here. After identifying potential locations, filmmakers should then contact the Chief Communications Officer to determine the feasibility of a shoot of that nature, need and costs for any assigned staff to monitor film-related activity, and any impact to students, staff, parking, instruction, and the surrounding community. Once you receive approval from the Chief Communications Officer, you must complete the following steps at least 7 days before the first day of your shoot:
FACILITY RESERVATION (all facilities use fees apply)
LOCATION RELEASE FORM (fill out and email to email@example.com)
PUSD Press Releases
Check out the latest issue of our #TeamPUSD monthly newsletter for a compilation of the good work of our staff and students.