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Come and enjoy the SchoolDocs Explained workshop!
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SchoolDocs encourages schools to GET LOUD on September 27!
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The website will be enjoying some scheduled maintence on Thursday 9th July. It will be unavailable between 8 and 11 am. We're sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. 
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SchoolDocs will have a stand at the NZPF Conference in Auckland next week. If you are attending, please come by and talk to us.
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SchoolDocs will have a stand at this conference in Nelson at the end of May. If you are attending, please come and talk to us.
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This website will be unavailable between 12 and 12.30 pm today as we complete some scheduled maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. 
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93 schools are currently working on their SchoolDocs questionnaire! Check out this snapshot of our workflow – 46 contracts waiting to be signed, the team is working on 9 questionnaires, and 60 schools are working towards signing off their sites!Read more about how SchoolDocs works.
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SchoolDocs has tailored policy and procedure websites for primary and intermediate schools, area/composite schools, and secondary schools! We also have additional modules for schools with international students and RTLB cluster lead schools. Free yourself from paperwork and get back to doing more of what you love!Read more about how SchoolDocs helps New Zealand schools.
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Thanks to everyone who participated in our dashboard survey – we really appreciate all your feedback. Congratulations to Andrew Georgeson from Norfolk School, who won the $100 Prezzy Card!
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The 800th signed contract has arrived in the SchoolDocs office. Congratulations to Kopuarahi School for being number 800, and to all of our other schools who are part of our thriving SchoolDocs community.
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