It's entirely possible to implement shared services, such as the mail and Web services you mentioned. I suggest...
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using a four-interface firewall to create separate zones for students, teachers, shared services and the Internet. The Web server and intranet server would then live in the shared services zone or DMZ and benefit from the protection of the firewall's rulebase.
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