Posted September 10, 2018 07:51:59Springfield Public Schools has announced that its new online education service, springfieldpublicschools.org, will become available to the public this week.
Springfield will also be making a handful of changes to its website in the coming weeks to address the new features.
One of the most notable changes will be a switch to the new Springfield Public School website, which will now show a new “Home” section, which is currently only accessible through the school’s mobile app.
Springboard will also make some improvements to its email system.
The Springboard email service will no longer have the ability to automatically reply to your emails once they arrive, and the ability for people to opt out of receiving future emails.
This change will likely impact some people, as they may no longer be able to opt-out of receiving emails.
In addition, Springboard will be making some changes to the way it handles email.
It will no long automatically respond to email from users who opt out.
Instead, you’ll be asked to opt in to receive emails from the service.
SpringBoard says it will continue to provide the option for people who don’t want their emails sent to SpringBoard to opt into receiving those emails from a different service.
This service is currently known as a “home” service.
As SpringBoard continues to roll out these new changes, the school district will be updating its online resources and resources, including resources that will help students navigate the new website and services.