The communications department for Franklin County Schools oversees communications and marketing for the district, including website content and design, social media campaigns and posts, crisis communications operations and planning, photography and videography, as well as the development of feature stories and news to highlight the people and events of the district’s 16 schools.
The official District logo appears on district correspondence, envelopes, reports, business cards, electronic presentations, videos, awards, publications, promotional materials, etc. The logo typically appears in the official red orange, light blue, and medium blue colors. It is important that the FCS logos be used in a consistent manner by all departments and campuses.
The official district logo should NOT be reproduced from original illustrations and should not be redrawn, re-proportioned or modified in any way.
To effectively communicate flyers for all organizations to district families and/or schools, Franklin County Schools' goal is to post all approved flyers to Google Drive.
All flyers must have the approval of the Superintendent or designee. Organizations are asked to submit a copy of the flyer via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for approval. A PDF document is preferred. Kindly ensure that the file name indicates the purpose of the flyer. Once the Superintendent's designee has approved the flyer, the flyer will be available in the Google Drive Folder.
Director of Communications, Public Information Officer
Dawayne McIntosh is a results-driven facilitator with over 18 years of professional experience (16 in education). With a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Management and a Certificate in Information Technology from the University of Rio Grande, Dawayne has blended his expertise in education and technology to drive organizational success. His academic pursuits include a Master of Arts in Instructional Technology and a current journey toward a Doctorate in Organizational Leadership from Gardner-Webb University.
Dawayne's dedication to educational excellence is evident through his diverse professional journey, with roles ranging from an Instructional Technology Specialist, where he led technology integration into educational practices, to his current position as Director of Communications. His experience spans a wide spectrum of education and leadership.
His leadership extends to his role as Director of Communications, where he orchestrates communication strategies that engage communities and promote positive relationships. Dawayne's accomplishments in this role include being honored with the 2022 Superintendent's Award for his outstanding contributions to communication. His 34 Blue Ribbon Awards mark Dawayne's achievements for Effective Communication and Public Relations from the North Carolina School Public Relations Association, including 17 Gold, 13 Silver, and 4 Bronze awards.