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Chalk Schools Blog

Banning takes AUP forms paperless with Chalk

Banning Unified School District was working with Chalk Schools to automate the district's Personnel Action Request forms and saw great potential for their Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) forms, annual forms requiring signature that detail the district's technology policies. Within two days of approval, their electronic AUP forms were live, eliminating an outdated paper process, saving weeks of follow-up time, and resulting in outstanding feedback from district personnel.

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3 things to consider before automating your K12 Human Resources processes

Spring is a natural time to reflect on how to improve the coming year's HR processes. As Joann from Fremont Union High School District saw, running your processes online is one way to make a big impact on your department. Managing processes manually and tracking every moving piece of the puzzle takes hours and hours of time and makes it impossible to find critical documents that might have gone missing. Going paperless seems like a no-brainer these days when everything in our lives seems to be organized online, from banking to taxes — but knowing where to start can feel overwhelming. We put together this quick guide to help you decide which forms to bring online first. 

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