Communications

Communication from Sayre School promotes awareness of the school's mission, reinforces and broadens connections within the community, and highlights the school's challenging academic programs and student excellence. Sayre communicates news and events internally and externally through a wide variety of media including print, web, and social networks.

Communications Team

Barb Milosch
Director of Communications

Brad Becker
Video/Podcast Specialist

Jason Nahra
Social Media Specialist

Shannon Stollings
Communications Associate

Press Releases

Harnessing the Power of the Sun, November 2019

National Bestselling Children's Author to Visit Sayre, September 2019

2019 Sayre School F. Kevin Simon History Symposium, February 2019

Will Peters-Seymour '19 Named YoungArts Honorable Mention in Music, January 2019

Let the Discovery Begin - Sayre's New Lower School Ceremonial Ribbon Cutting, August 2018

Sayre Welcomes the Royal School of Needlework to the U.S., July 2018

A Delegation of Excellence, March 2018

Sayre School’s F. Kevin Simon History Symposium, February 2018

Ramzi Hamdalla Named Candidate in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program, February 1, 2018

Style Guidelines

The Sayre School logo is the most important visual identifier for the School. Consistent use of the logo increases awareness of the school and reinforces our image with parents, students, partners and others. As such, the Sayre School logo should never be recreated. Always reproduce the logo from the approved electronic art.

Sayre School Logo Standards

Official Sayre School Logo

Official Sayre School Logo (reversed)

Spartan Head Logo

Please contact Barb Milosch, Director of Communications, with questions or feedback.

To inform the Office of Communications of student achievements, please contact  Shannon Drosky, Director of Communications. - See more at: http://www.oda.edu/page.cfm?p=5728#sthash.75PfqtlX.dpuf
To inform the Office of Communications of student achievements, please contact  Shannon Drosky, Director of Communications. - See more at: http://www.oda.edu/page.cfm?p=5728#sthash.75PfqtlX.dpuf
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