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2011 SchoolE Awards are open for Nominations

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2011 SchoolE Awards are open for Nominations

Time: November 19, 2010 at 11am to March 11, 2011 at 5pm
Location: http://schoole.allofe.com
Event Type: contest
Organized By: Katie Brosious
Latest Activity: Nov 19, 2010

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Nominations for the 2011 SchoolE Awards contest to find the best school district website are now open. Nominations will close on March 11, 2011, and the top 15 most-nominated districts in each category will move on to the judges to be evaluated by a panel of industry experts.

There are a few other new things that really take the contest to the next level. To name a few, this year's contest will feature, based on the feedback from last year's awards:

* categories based on school district enrollment,
* longer times to nominate and vote,
* a bigger and broader judging panel,
* and even more awards.

The biggest change is probably that there are three ways to nominate your district this year. Like last year, you may use your e-mail address to submit you nomination. But this year you can also use your Facebook and Twitter accounts not only to submit your nomination, but to help spread the word to your community about this great opportunity for your district.

Basically, it just makes it easier for you to let your friends and family know!

You can go to http://schoole.allofe.com/nominate to nominate your district website by filling out a very short form.

Check out the SchoolE Awards contest website for more information about this year's contest: http//schoole.allofe.com.

And please feel free to shoot me an e-mail at kbrosious@allofe.com for more information or with any questions!

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