Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2009
Educational Networks, the leading developer of Internet content management software enabling schools to foster community and unleash the power of the web, announced today that has been selected as the provider of choice to develop, and enable the management of, the next-generation web presence for six Los Angeles area schools.
"We were honored to be selected to deploy our leading Internet content management software solution, SchoolSitePro, for six new schools in the greater Los Angeles area," said Sara Lee, Director of Marketing at Educational Networks. "We are excited to be helping them unleash the power of the Internet to create better communication among parents, faculty, students and the general community."
As part of the agreements, Educational Networks will empower the web community development for Compton (Calif.) High School; Centennial High School (Compton); Media Arts and Entertainment Academy High School (Los Angeles); Audubon Middle School (Los Angeles); Health Services Academy High School (Los Angeles) and Hollywood Senior High School.
"The website being created by Educational Networks will allow us to showcase the different programs, students, meetings and events at our school," said Jaime Morales, Principal of Hollywood Senior High School. "It is important to establish as many means of communication with the community as possible. The website will also be an important means of email communications between the school and our teachers and staff."
Educational Networks' SchoolSitePro software makes it easy for schools to create, and manage, their technology presence on the Internet. With SchoolSitePro, schools can easily update content in just minutes - including posting homework on the website for parents, or even updating a school activity calendar. The entire platform runs on the Educational Networks server and is accessible from any common Internet browser without complicated software to download or learn.
"It is very simple and you don't have to be a technology expert," said Erik Elward, Principal of the Health Services Academy High School opening later in 2009. "You bring the ideas to the table and Educational Networks brings them to fruition."
The Educational Networks SchoolSitePro program conveniently includes the design and installation of the school's Web site, a two-hour training course for the staff, year-round phone training sessions, unlimited technical support, and updates to static sections (usually within a day of the request).
"Schools will find it very easy to create and update their website on the Internet," Lee said. "We want to make it easy for more parents and community members to get involved with the educational process and create better learners and leaders for our nation's technology future."
For more information on Educational Networks, or its SchoolSitePro Internet content management solution, please call 877-623-7200 or visit them on the web at http://www.educationalnetworks.net.
Director of Marketing