Social Media Community Participation Guidelines
District 202 uses social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, among others, as one-way platforms to share information about school, District, and community-related news and events.
To the extent possible, District 202 or individual building administrators will receive comments made to posts on social media accounts of District 202 and its individual schools’ social media channels. Comments will not, however, be published or visible on District 202 social media channels.
There is no guarantee that comments made through the District 202 or individual schools’ social media channels will be reviewed by the District 202 Board of Education or administration.
Community members are welcomed and encouraged to communicate with District 202 administration and the Board of Education through email to appropriate District staff, public comment at Board meetings, and other traditional venues.