Official Facebook page created for Hays High news

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Official Facebook page created for Hays High news

Athletic Director Lance Krannawitter created the page to inform parents about school events. The page is open to be posted on by Krannawitter, but later it will be opened to other administrators.

Athletic Director Lance Krannawitter created the page to inform parents about school events. The page is open to be posted on by Krannawitter, but later it will be opened to other administrators.

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Athletic Director Lance Krannawitter created the page to inform parents about school events. The page is open to be posted on by Krannawitter, but later it will be opened to other administrators.

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Athletic Director Lance Krannawitter created the page to inform parents about school events. The page is open to be posted on by Krannawitter, but later it will be opened to other administrators.

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Athletic Director Lance Krannawitter published an official Facebook page for Hays High on Oct. 21. He is the moderator for the page as well.

“I am the only person who can post on [the page] and the reason why is because sometimes you get into issues of appropriateness,” Krannawitter said. “Other administrators will be added at a later date.”

Students will be able to comment on posts but will not be able to directly post content on the page. However, they can obtain permission from Krannawitter if they want information posted.

“Let’s say if it was a Student Council member that wanted something posted,” Krannawitter said. “I would just ask for pictures and what they wanted on there and I’d put it on there.”

The purpose of the page is to give information about events, happenings, academics, lessons and curriculum to the public.

In terms of news and social media, the school has the district website, the school website, the Guidon and a Twitter page.

“For [websites and pages] to be able to update things, sometimes it takes a little bit longer or it’s not done quite as immediately or the things that need to be posted aren’t necessarily things that need to be posted on the Hays High Website,” Krannawitter said.

Krannawitter also added that the Twitter has more news on athletics and the other websites focus more on academics.

“We wanted it to be both athletics and academics,” Krannawitter said. “Plus it would be more immediate information. It’s probably more intended for our parents.”

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