Data Wall: A High School Bulletin Board

The first bulletin board I made in our lobby went viral on Pinterest 5 years ago and was really the reason I created a blog-- somewhere to link back to the pictures I was uploading. The images were fading and peeling off the wall, and we figured it was time for another bulletin board facelift. 

Some of our feedback from our end-of-the-year Advisory Council meeting came in the form of "I didn't know all of the great things you were doing!" especially from parents and teachers. 

In a previous post, I talked about how simple and not-scary data can actually be!

I also talked about Piktochart a few posts back and how to display that data in an easy-to-read and visually appealing format. This free program has been key in displaying data to our advisory council stakeholders, our teachers at the beginning of the year, our entire staff during faculty meetings, and the general public on our website. 

Well, we printed some pretty color copies of our Piktocharts and slapped some pictures up to make it personal. Voila! A visually appealing representation of our data driven programming! We are proud of what we are doing, and we want stakeholders to see that and celebrate it with us!


Wondering what those Piktocharts say?
Close up from L to R:
IGP Meetings
Sign In Data
Class of 2016
End-of-Year Department Survey

7 comments

  1. Hi!

    Oh what a great way to show the students some data as well!
    But how often do you change your bulletin board? And how do you know what to put up?

    I have 2 big boards outside my office, and for the moment I find them pretty boring. One has all the info the kids need to know for the choosing of Highschool and it's pretty full, but the other one I just have different broachers hanging there...

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    1. I seriously hadn't updated it in TOO long! 5 years! -- How embarrassing! But we could just never find the time. We put up data that we collected and were proud of. We have a lot of foot traffic through here and people waiting in here, so we made Piktocharts of info to put up!

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    1. Saved them as a jpeg off of Piktochart and our librarian printed them on her special printer for me!

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  3. Girl, YES! I just discovered your blog (via a google search for College and Career Readiness Jenga), and I'm looking forward to checking out more of your posts! Thank you for your blog!

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    1. Yes! Hopefully you found the game helpful! It's really fun in classrooms!

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