During the months of April, May and June, high school and college students across the United States will don caps and gowns to receive their diplomas. Graduation ceremonies require an extraordinary amount of coordination, and sometimes up-to-date information on seating positions, procession arrangements and other factors may be hard to communicate. However, a voice broadcasting service like One Call Now can eliminate the need for time-consuming personal phone calls and supply an automated message to anyone involved in a graduation ceremony.
For example, Barren County School in southern Kentucky used to communicate with parents and students through radio, TV and internal notes. While these methods certainly got the job done, they were not as effective as a voice broadcasting service. This led the district to employ One Call Now to send messages to the surrounding residents, including specific sub-groups like teachers and parents.
In the weeks before graduation ceremonies, any school can use automated calling from One Call Now to broadcast important updates to students, parents and educational staff. This way, people will be notified of critical changes to graduation procedure well in advance, in an efficient manner.