Public Information Office
The Public Information Office plans, develops, and manages a broad array of external and internal communication programs to benefit our schools, staff, and community. We work closely with the Superintendent, each department, every school, and the Board of Education to create and coordinate effective communication strategies that support and promote the mission and work of the district.
- seeks and maintains partnerships with area individuals, businesses and non-profit organizations to benefit students, staff, and the community
- serves as the system’s liaison with local, state, and national media outlets
- promotes and provides timely information about district events, initiatives and accomplishments to internal and external audiences
- develops, coordinates, and implements crisis communication plans
- develops and distributes a variety of district-wide publications
- maintains current district news information on the website
Public Information Office Contacts
Public Information Officer
336-438-4000 ext. 20004
firstname.lastname@example.orgLori BryanAdministrative Assistant336-438-4006Emily-Lynn AdkinsDigital Communications and Community Relations Specialist336-438-4000 ext. 20104
District MissionProviding engaging work for our students will enable Alamance-Burlington Schoolsto educate all students to meet high academic standards andbecome responsible citizens in a rapidly changing world.
Alamance-Burlington Schools is the 16th largest public school district in the state of North Carolina and serves approximately 22,400 students in grades K-12 in 36 schools with award-winning arts, academic, career and technical education, foreign language and athletic programs. The district has:
- 20 elementary schools (K-5)
- 7 middle schools (grades 6-8)
- 6 traditional high schools (grades 9-12)
- Alamance-Burlington Early College (on the campus of Alamance Community College)
- Alamance-Burlington Career and Technical Education Center
- Ray Street Academy (alternative learning for grades K-12)
In addition to 22,400 students in grades K-12, fifteen schools in the Alamance-Burlington district host 23 Pre-Kindergarten classrooms funded with federal and state resources that served over 300 children during the 2011-2012 school year.