NSPRA Awards


Loudoun County Public Schools’ (LCPS) Public Information Office has been honored with three awards from the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).


A Journey of Education and Remembrance,” a video detailing the Holocaust education efforts of Nicole Korsen and Jennifer Rodgers of Dominion High School, received the Award of Excellence.  The Award of Excellence is NSPRA’s highest honor in the Publications and Digital Media Awards program. Videographer Jeff Riegel produced this piece, which also was recently recognized with a Gold Telly Award.


“Making of Newsies: A Rock Ridge Performing Arts Production”  also received the Award of Excellence. LCPS-TV  spent four months documenting the process of producing a high school musical from auditions all the way through opening night.  The video features behind-the-scenes footage of costume fittings, set construction, vocal rehearsals, dance rehearsals and the sitz probe with the orchestra.  Videographer Laura Wen produced this piece.


LCPS Digital Promise” received an Honorable Mention in the contest. This video was created to introduce attendees of last fall’s League of Innovative School Conference to host-district Loudoun County Public Schools and its surrounding community.  The video highlights the unique characteristics of the County and the innovative instructional practices used in our classrooms.  Videographer Jeff Riegel also produced this piece.


NSPRA announced the recipients of their Publications and Digital Media Awards on Monday, July 14.  NSPRA recognized honorees during a live virtual celebration on Facebook and Youtube Friday, July 17, at 3 p.m.




Published July 30, 2020