San Tan Valley JO Combs Unified School District Launches New Website


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The JO Combs Unified School District has launched a new district-wide website – www.jocombs.org. The site includes new pages for each of the schools in the district.

The schools of the JO Combs Unified School District are located in the San Tan Valley.

According to a press release, the updated site features a new structure to improve user navigation, as well as highly visible graphics and images to engage visitors with the most frequently requested information. In addition to being easy to use, the new website features important information for families such as school news, event calendars, announcements and resources for parents.

“Our new, modern website design will not only provide an improved experience for our users and families, but will also provide more transparency and access to information through structural and content improvements,” said Kayla. Fulmer, director of marketing and community relations for Combs, in the version. “We are proud to share this new digital resource with our Combs community and invite our students, staff and families to explore all it has to offer.

The new website went live on Tuesday, June 28 and will remain hosted under the original domain www.jocombs.org. Previously bookmarked links may need to be updated as they will no longer be live.

“We are excited to launch a new website for the district,” said Gregory Wyman, superintendent of JO Combs. “The new website will be easier to navigate, share updated information and provide essential information to our students, parents and community.”

In the coming weeks, a complementary mobile application, as well as a new digital communication platform for parents, will also be launched. Information on these projects will be shared closer to the launch date.

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