KCSD unveils new website
MILL HALL — The Keystone Central School District has a new website.
The website went live last week. According to a news release from KCSD, the new website has a “fresh look and improved functionality.” The new platform is aimed at helping parents, students and employees to easily access information in a timely manner, the release says.
The new site has a customized design to be aesthetically pleasing as well as more user-friendly, the release says. At first glance, one will notice that it has a sleeker look, featuring scrolling photos on the homepage.
“Providing accessible and transparent communication to students, families, staff and our greater community is a priority identified in our comprehensive plan. It is important that our website provides a true reflection of what we do in the district,” said KCSD superintendent Jacquelyn Martin.
Chad Krape, supervisor of technology at KCSD, has been the project manager to help the district realize the goal.
“This updated site will provide a much more engaging interaction for our community members. We are now able to provide site-wide language translations and a dedicated mobile application putting Keystone news and updates in the palm of your hand,” Krape said.
Patti Stevenson, administrative assistant for communications at KCSD has been instrumental in building the webpages and training staff. “While we are excited to debut our new website, we continue to work on adding photos and information,” Stevenson said.
To view the new Keystone Central School District site, visit www.kcsd.us. The old website address directs viewers to the new site. The old address will no longer be updated, it says.