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A close suburb to Boston, Malden, Massachusetts is a large city with many residents and therefore many special interests, one being a school system that brings value to the community. The mayor and the superintendent work closely together to ensure that the school district runs in sync with the city’s goals. The Stackr team worked directly with the superindendent at the time, David DeRuosi, to take their website from an outdated, unsupported CMS platform and move it into a Stackr multisite network with a fresh, custom design.

Since launching the website, MPS has doubled the amount of people managing the website, greatly easing the load for the tech department which was stretched thin before between the rest of the district’s technology initiatives. The ability to easily manage content and users has also empowered many administrators formerly uncomfortable with web interfaces to easily add to and keep the websites up to date.

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  • Malden Public Schools

  • Dr. David DeRousi

  • 7

  • 60,000

  • View Website

Before & After

Features of Website
Stackr Robust Calendar

Robust Calendar

With Google calendar integration parents and students have the ability to filter and subscribe by school to stay informed about upcoming events.
Stackr Mega Menu Navigation

Mega Menu Navigation

Our Principle: Find what you’re looking for in 3 clicks or less.
Stackr Document File Manager

Document File Manager

Upload and manage PDF’s right from the site’s dashboard, even in bulk, and have them show up how and where you want them.
Stackr Live Search

Live Search

Find what you’re looking for quicker with live search at the top of every page.
Stackr Drag & Drop Editor

Drag & Drop Editor

The versatile page builder allows for endless customization and can be easily managed by those with little to no technical skill.
Stackr Social Media Integration

Social Media Integration

Advanced, interactive integrations that become a part of the website, not an afterthought.