The Springdale Schools Communications Department is proud to partner with the most influential local organizations in film, broadcast, and business. Springdale students are welcome to participate in many of these community partnerships, whether it be learning hands-on as staff of community broadcast events or working with industry professionals creating high-level media content for public outreach efforts.Film students of Springdale Schools have had the unparalleled distinction of operating as media staff for the two premiere Arkansas film festivals.
A recap video of the 5th Annual Bentonville Film Festival, featuring camera work and interviews by Springdale students.
The 2019 recap of Fayetteville Film Fest, documented entirely by film students of Springdale Schools.
Celebrating the beginning of the school year at The Arvest Ballpark and telling the stories of Springdale!
Connecting education to industry each year with competitions for film and journalism students from all across Arkansas.
Livestream broadcasting voices of the children of Springdale and celebrating the Holidays with the whole community!
Commemorating the return of teachers and staff each year and connecting students to media production opportunities.
Bringing the community together to raise awareness for and convey the importance of the 2020 Census.
Adapting to unprecedented circumstances during the COVID-19 pandemic for the Springdale Senior Classes of 2020!
Springdale students gain hands-on experience producing many live events as camera operators, live directors, commentators, and more. Livestreams of sporting events are a regular fixture of our High School programs, but Junior High and even Middle School programs have been involved in broadcasting the events of their schools.
With support, training, and oversight from the Communications Department, building-level staff have the option to get involved in livestreaming school events! Parents, students, and community members have instant and free access to many major Springdale athletic and fine arts events. These livestream broadcasts are available on televisions, computers, and phones and can be viewed live from anywhere in the world!
Though the Fine Arts Video Initiative Elementary and Middle schools in Springdale have the option to generate funds for music programs. This not only empowers building-level staff to document the work of their students, but also gives students the chance to learn video production and economics firsthand.
Communications helps manage and maintain our district websites along with the Technology Department. Support from the departent is availible to every school when it is needed.
This central repository for links and resources for the entire Springdale Schools community is maintained by Communications. It is occasionally a landing page when a mistaken URL is entered.
This landing page for our employment website was designed by Communications to help recruit talented and diverse candidates from all across the country.
This information repository on Springdale School District's response to COVID-19 is updated and designed by Communications.
Updates from the Superintendent is kept up to date by Communications as a central location for direct messages to staff and families of Springdale Schools from Dr. Jared Cleveland.
The Communications Department webpage is a resource available only to staff and students. It contains downloads, tutorials, help forms, and information useful for media production.
Since the induction in 1994, Springdale Schools media programs have been leaders in the state, earning an average of a 100 awards a year! Video Production programs are offered at Springdale High School, Har-Ber High School, The Don Tyson School of Innovation, Central Junior High, Lakeside Junior High, and George Junior High. However, storytelling and broadcasting begins as early as Elementary School with weekly news shows and announcement programs.