Social Media Toolkit

Welcome to the 2020-21 social media toolkit for #PublicSchoolProud and Public Schools Week 2021. These social media images and messages can be used as is, or you may customize to represent your school. Each image is formatted specifically for the platform that it is labeled, please use the appropriate image with the corresponding social media site. And please be sure to include #PublicSchoolProud in all your posts. We look forward to celebrating with you!

teacher with student in masks

One Student at a Time.

Whether public schools are open virtually or in person this year, classes will look and operate quite differently. But our commitment as educators remains the same: We are working for the best interest of all of our students. We will keep them safe, learning, and growing, one student at a time. Celebrate Public Schools Week Feb. 22-26 to show your #PublicSchoolProud.

Leslie Boggs

National PTA President Leslie Boggs

National PTA President Leslie Boggs is passionate about ensuring all students receive an equitable education. As a businessperson from Texas, she also sees the need for a strong public education system to help build tomorrow's leaders.

Olivia Carter

School Counselor of the Year Olivia Carter

As an elementary school counselor in Cape Girardeau, Mo., Olivia Carter works closely with teachers to use trauma-based strategies and help troubled students regulate their emotions, understand that they are valued in the classroom, and ultimately help them learn and achieve. 

Rosamund Looney

Louisiana 1st grade teacher Rosamund Looney

Rosamund Looney, a #PublicSchoolProud teacher in Jefferson Parish, La., typically works closely with families in her job as a first grade teacher. This year she is finding new ways to reach her students and tend to their many needs coming from disadvantaged communities.

Becky Pringle

NEA President Becky Pringle

Middle school science teacher and NEA President Becky Pringle discusses the importance of public schools and the need to reinvest in public education as a common good. In her mission as a middle school science teacher, Pringle also understands that social-emotional learning directly influences a student's academic achievement and their ability to learn.

PSW poster with collage of students

Public Schools Week 2021 graphics

Public schools look different this year. But our commitment is the same: We will keep our students safe, learning, and growing, one student at a time. Join us for Public Schools Week 2021 Feb. 22-26 and show your #PublicSchoolProud.

Public Schools Week 2021 poster with photos of students

Public Schools Week 2021 Poster

Download the official Public Schools Week 2021 poster. For a printable PDF file, download this file.

little girl with glasses at laptop

Open for Learning

As schools operate virtually or in person this year, our commitment remains the same: We will keep all students safe, learning, and growing, one student at a time. #PublicSchoolProud

Black teenage girl smiling with laptop

Girl with Laptop and Orange Mug

Public schools look different this year. But our commitment is the same: We will keep our students safe, learning, and growing, one student at a time. Show your #PublicSchoolProud during Public Schools Week, 2/22-26, 2021. 

Teacher working with boy with disability on laptop

Teacher Working with Boy on Laptop

Nine out of every 10 students attend a public school. Public schools welcome every child—regardless of ability, race, religion, wealth, language, country of origin or needs. #PublicSchoolProud

Young boy working on laptop at desk

Making Connections: Boys at computer

Even in difficult times, our public schools are making connections each day with their students, families and broader communities. Join us for Public Schools Week 21 2/22-2/26 and show your #PublicSchoolProud!

Mom and daughter looking at laptop

Making Connections: Mom and daughter on laptop

Public schools look different this year. But our commitment is the same: We will keep our students safe, learning, and growing, one student at a time. Join us for Public Schools Week 2021 Feb. 22-26 and show your #PublicSchoolProud.