Harrison County Schools won the top award at the Kentucky School Public Relations Conference. Susie Hart, KYSPRA President, left, presented the awards to Melissa Shepard, Harrison County School’s CIO. School public relations professionals joined together in Lexington on Sept. 29 and 30 for KYSPRA’s (Kentucky School Public Relations Association) annual Conference. The two day event touted the state’s top officials speaking on various school public relations topics. Workshops were held affording those in attendance the opportunity to enhance their skills in the areas of community engagement, school and community relations and collaboration, parent involvement and other areas. Those attending were Debra Fischer, Judy Feeback and Shepard. On Friday KYSPRA held its annual OASIS (Outstanding Award in School Information Services). Harrison County was awarded first place for its website tying with Jefferson and Fayette counties. The district also was awarded second place for its Digital Citizenship event.