eSchoolView Serves Michigan School System and Spartanburg Area Schools with New Websites
FREMONT, CA: eSchoolView, a website developer that designs websites for schools and educational organizations, now extends its services to Marshall Public Schools and Spartanburg area schools in relaunching their district websites with a new, tailor-made design. The new website is designed with enhanced features along with school, students and parent’s information embedded in it.
eSchoolView uses its “Content Management System,” a cloud based-software to build personalized and user-friendly websites specially intended for schools and educational organizations. The customized and responsive design of the website is compatible with hand-held browsers where it enables users to make any update at any time in matter of clicks. The mobile version of the site offers real-time news, alerts, schedules and contact information.
The website is also incorporated with Google calendar integration and active directory integration, a centralized system that manages user data, security and distributed resources while operating with other directories.
eSchoolView builds custom websites and other educational management software for public, private, charter and K-12 schools while expanding the school system's reach to the families by embedding blogs, surveys, RSS feeds, e-newsletters, podcasts and videos in the website.
eSchoolView’s new product “OneView” helps in managing student data that combines parent portal features, athletic forms, online enrollment for new students and forms for currently enrolled students. It eliminates the need for parents and teachers to have multiple accounts and enhances parent engagement.
“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.”