The website needs an administrator’s assistant.
After the current administrator graduates in June 2006, the
assistant will become the administrator.
To maintain the Greeley Debate Team Website
Integrity, self-motivation; organized; timely; ability to
work well with
teachers; use of Microsoft FrontPage, Internet Explorer, and Word.
Primarily, this involves finding out when tournaments are hosted,
deadlines for when debaters need to sign up, and other miscellaneous
tournament information – and posting it on the website in a timely
manner. In other words, as
soon as you find these out, you go home, type it up, and then see the
faculty advisor within a few days to post the updates on the school
network. During the
2004-2005 school year, the debate team faculty advisor was Ms. Litts;
since she is leaving this year, the faculty advisor for the debate team
will be another teacher. After
creating the web pages at home, I emailed them to myself or saved them
on a disk. When I met Ms.
Litts, usually around 7:15 a.m. (though you can try to coordinate free
periods), she signed on using her admin-level password, and then I
opened up FrontPage, saved the relevant files to her hard drive, and
posted the updates (which will be shown to you).
Since you are posting files directly onto the school website, it
is imperative that common standards of decency be followed and
debate-only relevant materials posted.
Anything other than this, and the debate team could lose our
privilege of being hosted off of the school website; hence, the need for
Estimated time commitment – only about 3 hours
per week. This can be kept
to the bare minimum of providing only tournament updates, or it can be
extended to include expanding the website (e.g. add a forum section,
‘debater blog,’ etc.) – the choice is up to you, should you choose
to accept it.