Gahanna-Jefferson School District Loves New Web Site

2/14/2010

In addition to the usual business of educating students, a school district is expected to communicate regularly about news, accomplishments, events, and other important announcements that impact the schools, children or community. Gahanna-Jefferson School District is one of the most dynamic school districts in Central Ohio and their team of administrators needed a new web site to communicate that spirit and information with parents, students and the community.

AFS Web has been working with the school district since the first site was created in 2004 using our early Zoom CMS software to manage over 3,000 web pages. More than 900 user accounts were created and given permission to edit specific pages on the site so that the job of keeping information fresh was spread across a large team of staff.

"We are so excited to see this 2010 makeover because the design needed to adapt to current web standards and expand to accept the advanced database modules that make managing a site like this much easier than ever before" stated Christina Blenk, founder of AFS Web and consultant to Gahanna-Jefferson School District for more than 6 years. This site includes our popular News Module, Event Calendar Module, Media Advisory Module, Search Engine Module and Smart Response Form Module. Each module offers extended software features to add, manage, display and interact with information on the site.

I think the quote says it best:

"It looks great and comments from staff so far...Well, they have this huge smile on their face and they say, "Wow! We really like the new site!" I Love It! Thank you sooooooo much to you and your team."

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