The office of communications exists to build public understanding and support for schools in the Russellville School District (RSD). It is responsible for coordinating communication with families, staff, the community, and developing publications and marketing of the district. It also serves as the liaison between the district, the community, and the media and assists in coordinating media coverage of the educational process in RSD schools.
The office of communications is the primary point of contact for the news media. To view recent press releases, visit our news section.
The office of communications manages the content on the district websites. To report content issues, contact the communications office at 479-968-1306.
Russellville School District connects with our community through Facebook.
The office of communications publishes a number of print and electronic publications. Click here to view our current and past publications.
- CONNECTIONS, a bi-yearly magazine inserted in The Courier and sent home to parents which contains in-depth stories about students, teachers, and programs from our schools, and news about recent accomplishments and awards. This magazine is a partnership with The Courier.
- Annual Report to the Public, the district's yearly progress report, is inserted in The Courier and sent home to parents in the district.
- District Calendar, an annual publication for parents, students, staff and the community, is sent home in August. Information in this calendar may change during the year. All dates and other information listed were compiled with the best information available in July.
Our brand’s visual identity creates one of the first impressions the public at large, our community, staff, and students see of Russellville School District. Each employee and board member has a responsibility for promoting our brand identity and ensuring its consistency.
Although there may be occasions when a degree of flexibility is required, the RSD logo standards will help you apply our brand identity correctly in a wide variety of environments. By diligently following these standards, you will protect our identity and ensure its consistency and effectiveness.
Our communications coordinator is responsible for ensuring brand consistency across the district. If you have questions about the district brand or using the logos, please contact Ashley Snellenberger at 479-968-1306.