OPRF looks to redo website

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By Terry Dean

Staff reporter

Oak Park and River Forest High School will hit the reset button on its website. The school will hire a vendor to help redo its website (www.oprfhs.org). It will cost in the tens of thousands to hire a vendor, according to school officials. District staff and faculty have been meeting since last year concerning what they would like on a new site. Those conversations are expected to continue moving forward, said Michael Carioscio, OPRF's chief information officer.

The high school hopes to launch its new website by this summer.

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Posted: March 19th, 2012 8:17 PM

Excuse me, but I think faculty and staff are not the only people who use the HS's website and whose imput should be solicited. Especially with the new paperless, it's-only-available-on-the-website mentality, the vendor should be talking to parents as well. And is it too much to ask that with this revision teachers will finally be required to have webpages that have real, useful, and timely information?

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