Marshall Public Schools is partnering with Columbus, Ohio-based eSchoolView to relaunch its district website.
The new new tailor-made site — eSchoolView's first in the state — should debut in the beginning weeks of 2016. It will be created and maintained with the company’s Content Management System (CMS), a flexible and easy-to-use website building software.
The new Marshall Public website will feature new and improved navigation, an enhanced responsive design that is compatible with hand-held browsers. The mobile version of the site will include real-time news, alerts, schedules and contact information.
“Through the company’s collaboration with Marshall Public Schools, eSchoolView aims to develop a personalized website that will accommodate both their community and school district,” Executive Director Rob O'Leary said. “Our tools help educators connect with parents and the community so they can focus on their number one priority: academic growth.”
Marshall’s site will also incorporate active directory integration, a centralized system that manages user data, security and distributed resources while operating with other directories.
eSchoolView builds custom websites for K-12 schools — public, private, charter and faith-based — with its easy-to-use Content Management System (CMS) and other integrated products. The CMS platform will also expand the school district’s reach through the ability to embed blogs, surveys, RSS feeds, e-newsletters, podcasts and videos.
“We create websites,” O’Leary said, “but we are in the business of building strong, long-lasting relationships that serve schools and their communities.”
OneView, one of eSchoolView's newest products aimed at enhancing parent engagement, is a one-of-a-kind solution to manage student data. It combines parent portal features, athletic forms, online enrollment for new students and forms for currently enrolled students in one complete package. OneView eliminates the need for parents and teachers to have multiple accounts.
eSchoolView was created in 2008. Since then, its revenue growth lands the company near the top third (at 1907) of Inc. Magazine’s 5000 list of fastest growing privately held companies in the U.S. for the second consecutive year.