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Fairview Web Team

About Web Team


The Fairview Web Team is a student group that maintains and improves the Fairview Website. We strive to improve the school's technological climate through improvements and additions to the website. Web Team members do everything from updating information on the website and adding announcements to creating new features and adding easter eggs. Being 100% student run, Web Team gives students the opportunity to develop a website with over 30,000 daily views in an encouraging and positive environment.

Why You Should Join


As a member of Web Team, you can do all of the things listed above involving maintaining a production website. However, you would also learn about web design and development. You can learn how to build websites using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript, and also learn how to build responsive, full stack web applications using frameworks like Ruby on Rails and React. You can also learn basic development skills like code reviews, version control, and other collaborative tools used by developers today.

Please keep in mind that anyone, regardless of experience, can join Web Team, as one of our main goals is to teach new members about web development.

To join webteam, fill out this form, and we'll let you know when our first meeting is.

If you have any questions, contact the leaders, or email the web team.

Current leaders (2020-2021):

  • Edward Wawrzynek

  • Sam Haggans

We will be meeting over Google Meets on Friday from 3:00 - 4:30 PM, although this may change based on what works best for members.

Messages

First Meeting

Posted on August 28, 2014

We will be having our first meeting tomorrow after school at 3:30 PM, in room 424 (science computer lab). The meeting will likely take around an hour, although anyone is welcome to stay longer if they would like.

The web team is dedicated to improving the school's technological climate by developing, managing, and improving the Fairview web site. We actively maintain the existing site and create new features throughout the year to help students and faculty to get more use from the... (continued)

Computer Science Education Week

Posted on December 10, 2013

In honor of Computer Science Education Week, the Web Team will be hosting a discussion on the frontiers of computer science and technology and its impacts in society. We will be meeting Friday after school in the Science Computer Lab. Invite your friends, there will pizza.

Check the event out on Facebook.

More Messages

Sam Haggans

Edward Wawrzynek

[email protected]

Friday / 3:00 - 4:30 PM

Room 839 (Counseling Career and College Center)

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