If you're a Google Forms ninja, then you've probably experimented with scripts. If you haven't, then you should definitely give them a try.
In July of 2013, I presented a session called "Let Google Sites Be Your Digital Assistant" at the Google Apps for Education Summit in Redwood City. Here's the description of my workshop:
School websites are typically created to share information with parents and students. But what about the teachers? Learn how to use Google Sites to let teachers schedule their own computer lab hours or to check out mobile carts. Sites could also be used to share professional development resources or to disseminate information to your school staff. In this hands-on session, you’ll learn how Google Sites can be an efficient digital assistant when powered by Calendars, Forms, and the script FormMule to automate many administrative tasks.
I love FormMule (a script written by the legendary Andrew Stillman), and I use it to schedule appointment slots in Google Calendar (handy if you don't have a GAFE account) or if you want to trigger email notifications from a Google Form. This is a great script to try in you want to venture into the world of scripts.