Salem school district unveils new mobile app
The district recently introduced a mobile application for smartphones that helps keep people up to date on the latest news, events, and announcements from the district’s schools.
The application can be downloaded through the Apple and Google app stores by searching for “Salem School District,” according to district web developer David Halpin.
When the app is downloaded, people can then enter the schools they want information about through the app.
The app also has a school directory, lunch menus, and a calendar, among other functions. Halpin said more features, such as a section for high school students and more information on school sports will be added in the near future.
School board chairman Patricia Corbett said she was impressed by the app.
“While you were talking, I downloaded it, checked out my son’s bus route and lunch menu, and added three dates to my calendar,” she said.
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