Stevenson High School community members strongly support the idea of an app for smartphones or tablets that would have information about sports and programs and allow communication with the school, survey results showed. Of the 243 people who completed the survey this month, 93 percent said they would use the app if it was available. Seventy-five percent said they were likely or highly likely to use an app to access grades, report an absence, and look for event information and school news, officials reported. Stevenson could become the second district in Lake County to have its own app. Libertyville-Vernon Hills Area High School District 128 launched one in late 2012.
posted: 2/14/2013 4:38 PM
SHS community backs app, survey shows:
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