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Skyward decision concerns WRPS officials

Switching student information system could cost the district tens of thousands of dollars, leaders say

Feb. 13, 2013
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Already faced with a $3.4 million budget deficit for the 2013-14 school year, Wisconsin Rapids School District officials say the state's decision to hire a Minnesota-based provider for its student information system likely will compound the shortfall.

The south Wood County district has used Stevens Point-based Skyward as its student information system provider for 10 years, and to switch to Infinite Campus, which was awarded the contract earlier this month by the state Department of Instruction, could cost district taxpayers at least tens of thousands of dollars, Superintendent ...

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