I like Google sites, but you you need to make sure that you come up with a
good graphical template:

Wordpress is a little bit more powerful, and requires a host (the cheep
shared hosts should work fine) but make sure you stay on top of the updates.

*Bjorn Behrendt M.Ed ~ Never Stop Learning*
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On Fri, May 29, 2015 at 9:04 AM, Ben Leslie <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Is anyone using a non-school specific web hosting company for their SU,
> District or School page? By school specific I'm thinking,
> Blackboard/Edline, SchoolWires, SharpSchool, Haiku.
> I'm beginning to think with parent portals being hosted by student
> information systems, google classroom etc, maybe HUGE bulky website
> packages aren't needed anymore.
> With some of these school specific packages running in to the multi
> $1,000/yr. Cheaper sites like Weebly, or Wix which may run $120-240/yr seem
> very appealing especially now that e-rate is also not available for web
> hosting.
> Has any one "jumped ship" on these big packages for something "smaller"
> and cheaper, and have liked the results?