Contact: Linda Murrin
For Immediate release
Six Oklahoma School Districts Adopt SchoolInsight
Elmhurst, IL (October 15, 2013) – Common Goal Systems is pleased to announce that six new Oklahoma school districts have adopted SchoolInsight as their student information system (SIS) for the 2013-14 school year. The six new districts are: Amber-Pocasset, Bethel, Bridge Creek, Frink-Chambers, Turkey Ford, and Valliant. In addition to adopting SchoolInsight, the school districts also use TeacherEase, the company’s web-based solution for the digital classroom.
Scott Burke, Principal of Frink-Chambers School, says, “SchoolInsight is the most user-friendly system that we have ever used. Transitioning was easy. My teachers absolutely love TeacherEase.” Other school districts have switched for similar reasons — ease-of-use and the ability to effortlessly generate Oklahoma state-required data.
“Oklahoma school districts are often not satisfied with their current systems. We provide them an excellent alternative -- high quality products with great support,” says Mike Xakellis, CEO for Common Goal Systems. “So many districts are interested in switching, we’re optimistic about the Oklahoma SIS market. We continue to invest in state-specific functionality and local personnel.”
Common Goal Systems (www.common-goal.com) provides web-based services for education. It develops TeacherEase, software for the digital classroom, and SchoolInsight, an industry leading student information system. Using Software as a Service (SaaS), the company offers products via the Internet and is responsible for all system operation and maintenance. Founded in 2001, Common Goal Systems has hundreds of thousands of users worldwide.
- Common Goal Systems, Inc Press Release, October 15, 2013