Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township
Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township
Blog design

The results

Partnering for success
MSD of Lawrence Township called on BitWise Solutions to develop a website platform for all of their schools and the main district website. BitWise partnered with TBH Creative to create a design that was attractive, flexible, and functional.
Creating a design works well for all schools and offices
TBH Creative created a design that lets each school clearly share its identity, including school colors and photos of students and their school. At the same time, this design layout ties all the schools of Lawrence Township together with a consistent look and placement of important information – making them easy to use. We also developed a new mega menu that is used on all sites making it easy to access each school’s website – a great feature for parents with students in different grades.
Featuring timely information
An important feature for MSD of Lawrence Township was the ability to clearly inform their parents and partners of delays, schedule changes or weather cancellations. We developed an alert that feature that clearly communicates and is easy for staff to update whenever it is needed.
  • Tatum and her team were terrific to work with! Tatum was able to adapt to our needs readily and effectively. She listened to what we needed and provided us with a well-organized, detailed blueprint for improvement that took our website to the next level. The TBH Creative team is extremely knowledgeable and innovative and keeps current with the rapidly changing industry standards and trends. It is obvious that every member of the team has a passion for the work they do and the results they produce are polished and highly professional!

    Kathleen E. Rogers Website Project Manager

    Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township

About Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township

Located just outside of Indianapolis, the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township serves approximately 15,000 students across four Early Learning Centers, eleven Elementary Schools, two Middle Schools, two High Schools and a Center for Innovation and Technology.