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Junior Builds Website to Map Students’ Classes

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Stefan Gregg edits the website he has built. He has been working on the website for the past week.

Stefan Gregg edits the website he has built. He has been working on the website for the past week.

Stefan Gregg edits the website he has built. He has been working on the website for the past week.

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Junior Stefan Gregg recently made a website that maps out each class that a student has throughout the day. This website was made to help new students find their way around the high school.

“I had a few friends coming up to the high school that had no idea where any of their rooms were,” Gregg said. “I couldn’t find any map with the room numbers online, so I decided it would be a good idea to make a map with room numbers so everyone can find it.”

The website is a two-dimensional map of the bottom and top floor and has the appropriate room numbers placed on every classroom. Each room on the map will have the department name, room number, teacher who works in the room, subject and whether it is open to students or not.

“It was lengthy,” Gregg said. “You have to go in and put in all the information for over two hundred rooms.”

In order to find your classes, you enter your schedule and the room number at the bottom of the front page. Once you enter, red numbers appear and guide you to the correct rooms and hallways.

“I put it out Saturday night so I have no idea how many people have used it so far,” Gregg said. “iIt’s definitely up and free to use.”

The website took him almost a week to finish in and out of class and was officially released September 1. Stefan had already known how to use the appropriate programs,but it was very time consuming.

“It was a bit of trial and error,” Gregg said. “I built the array of objects that checked through each room to build the image and sync them online to work.”

This website makes life for incoming freshmen much easier as there is no confusion to where each class is.

“I think Stefan did a really great job building the website,” computer programming teacher Amanda English said. “He saw a need and found a solution to address it.”

You can find this website at http://lhsmap.000webhostapp.com.

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