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In our district each school finds someone who will/can do it for the
school.  In my first school I received a $500 stipend for it (6 years
ago).  It's now part of my role as the Tech Integrationist at my current
school, but I have a passion for web work as I teach it at CCV and a
general interest in the web that is satisfied by working with the school
site.

Our current site is a Wordpress Site that I setup.  I made it clear that
one person (on a staff of 120+) can't possibly be responsible for knowing
what goes on everywhere.  There is a form (handled by WordPress) that staff
members can fill out (title, body, and submit photo button) when there is
something to add.  It comes through to me as an email and I just hit submit
and perhaps format the photo for them, presto it's published.

My principal used to send me things all the time to add to the site, but
she stopped doing that when she began tweeting two years ago.  Now she
tweets so much stuff that used to go on the website that we added her
twitter feed to the right hand column of the front page.

You basically need to find the folks that produce the content and make it
REALLY easy for them to get you the info for the site.   Then just have
your website quarterback your various information streams.



On Sun, Oct 15, 2017 at 5:30 PM, Carole Renca <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> A team of persons take care of the district and school website.
>
> One designated administrator at Central Office who oversees at the
> district level and ensures district vision.
>
> Each school has educators (librarians) as coordinators.
>
> At EMS we have a team...they include:
>
> The school librarian as coordinator and overseer the school website
>
> The IT person actively posts school community and professional/ technology
> updates and coordinates all student posts of content and photographs
>
> The gym teacher takes care of the school calendar including posting all
> athletic and other school events.
>
>
> On Oct 14, 2017 8:12 AM, "Will Hatch" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> In ACSD we are sparring over who is responsible for taking care of
>> individual school websites. My feeling is that the IT department can assist
>> with the "how" of putting content on websites, but shouldn't be responsible
>> for the "what" goes on them.  We have asked all schools to designate one
>> person as a point of contact.  As I expected, I'm getting opposition to
>> this plan.  We have 10 websites.  Website maintenance is currently not in
>> the job description of anyone in the IT department.  We use Schoolwires.
>>
>> My question for anyone willing to weigh-in,  is what do you do in your
>> district?  Thanks for any feedback.
>>
>> --
>> Will Hatch
>> Director Of Technology
>> Addison Central School District
>>
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-- 
Russell Gregory
Technology Integration Specialist
Swanton Elementary School <http://www.swantonschool.org/>
24 Fourth Street
Swanton, VT 05488
(802) 868-5346 x265