Employee Support Website

Dear Provo City School District Employees,

The district website is designed as a place for parents, students and employees to come find any information they need about Provo City School District. Over the past year, the district has been hard at work to design a new district webpage that will more easily allow for this to happen. This new website is now available by visiting provo.edu.

This was a collaborative effort. Feedback was given from parents, students and district employees. The features and functionality of the new website were designed based on their input. Visitors will now be able to more easily find what they need. It is more intuitive, it is mobile compatible and it is ADA compliant.

We are excited about the new website, but ask for patience in the early days of the launch. The switch to the new website could take a couple of days to be visible on every computer. By Friday, everyone should be able to see the new site. Also, the new website has a large amount of content. If there are any problems such as dead links or typos, or there is still something you cannot find, please report those to the web development team by completing the form found at: https://provo.edu/website-feedback/.

This is an exciting event for Provo City School District. Please take some time to experience the new website and let us know what you think. Also, stay tuned in the coming months for announcements regarding our school websites and an exciting feature for the main district website.

Thank you for your support,

Keith Rittel Superintendent

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