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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Matthew Gdovin
P: 330.926.3900, ext. 601100
E: gdovin@neonet.org

NEOnet Welcomes New Membership of Three Northeast-Ohio School Districts to Consortium

CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH – (September 4, 2018) – In July, NEOnet (Northeast Ohio Network for Educational Technology) welcomed three local school districts as new members of the information technology center’s (ITC) consortium. The three new districts include Field Local School District, Medina City School District and Wadsworth City School District (WCSD).

The three districts will join the other 122 entities currently supported by NEOnet, which includes 33 school districts, two educational service centers, three career centers, 11 private schools, 70 community schools and three cities and villages.

Being a member of NEOnet’s consortium offers entities the opportunity to receive costeffective programs and services, including fiscal services, technology integration, security services, facility use and student registration, among others.

Wadsworth City School District decided to partner with NEOnet after reviewing the district’s current technology services as part of its strategic plan.

“We felt very comfortable with NEOnet’s offerings and the services they provide,” said WCSD Superintendent Andy Hill. “We are constantly looking to become a more efficient district, and we believe that NEOnet’s overall package will best meet our district’s goals moving forward.”

“We would like to welcome Field Local Schools, Medina City Schools and Wadsworth City Schools to our consortium of school districts,” said Matthew Gdovin, executive director of NEOnet. “We will be committed to assisting each district to ensure they can deliver the educational experiences that their students deserve.”

For more information on NEOnet, visit www.NEOnet.org

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The Northeast Ohio Network for Educational Technology (NEOnet) was established in 1995 and is one of eighteen designated Information Technology Centers (ITC) in the Ohio Education Computer Network (OECN). NEOnet provides data management and computer services for member and affiliated school districts.

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