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Superintendent Dr. Mucetti Named 2022 Superintendent to Watch by the National School Public Relations Association
Posted 12/15/22

Dr. Rosanna Mucetti has been selected as a 2022 Superintendent to Watch by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA). Dr. Mucetti joins just 24 other superintendents nationwide who were selected for the honor in recognition of their innovative and effective use of technology to engage and inform the school community and to expand two-way communication and outreach efforts. 

"This recognition is due to the collective efforts of our organization's strategic focus on communication and engagement," shared Dr. Mucetti. "I am grateful for our Board of Education and all our staff and parents who support goals centered around robust communication, community engagement, and advocacy. They show up and work hard for our students each day."

“This year’s honorees understand just how important effective communication is in building trust and relationships with families, employees, students, and community members in their districts,” said NSPRA Executive Director Barbara M. Hunter, APR. “These emerging leaders have proven to be dedicated champions of innovative communication efforts to advance their district’s success.”

NSPRA had a record number of nominations this year—nearly 60—and many exceptional candidates, making the selection process very competitive. Since the 2015-16 school year, NSPRA has recognized 127 school district leaders as Superintendents to Watch. Honorees must have fewer than five years of experience as a superintendent and must demonstrate dynamic, fast-paced leadership with strong communication at its core.

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As the leader in school communication, NSPRA serves more than 2,500 members who work primarily as communication directors in public school districts and education organizations throughout the United States and Canada. NSPRA provides high-quality professional development programming through on-demand learning, an annual National Seminar, webinars, online, forums, and resources. For more information, visit NSPRA’s website at