Class Webmaster Program
If you are computer-literate and have the time
and energy to help out, then you can be an active part of this web site.
Each graduating class can designate a person to help manage their part of the
web site. We call those individuals Class Webmasters. A Class
Webmaster is the primary point of contact via email for their graduating
class. They monitor the Alumni Registry and Message Board to assure that
everything runs smoothly. They are also responsible for the Photo Gallery
and Event Calendar. They represent their class' reunion committee here on
the web site.
To become a Class Webmaster, you should:
comfortable using the web and have an email address. You will have to
use your computer's web browser to submit and update information for
inclusion on the web site. You will also be responsible for responding
to email queries from your classmates in a friendly and timely
Have a computer scanner and know how to use it.
You will be responsible for adding and managing digital photographs.
In order to do that, you must be willing and able to scan materials (whether
sent to you by others or that you may have) and post them on the web site
for others to enjoy. These will include 'now' and 'then' pictures of
classmates for the Alumni Registry as well as photos for the Photo Gallery.
Have a copy of your senior yearbook.
One of your first tasks will be to scan the entire senior section of the
yearbook from your graduating year. The photos you scan will be used
for your classmates. If you also have earlier yearbooks, that will
help to fill gaps and provide pictures of classmates who did not appear in
the senior book.
Be willing and have the time to:
Serve as the primary email contact for your
class. You will need to answer questions, send out bulletins and
provide limited support for fellow classmates.
Monitor the Message Board area and
Alumni Registry. In a perfect world, there would never be a
need to delete inappropriate messages or duplicate (or even bogus)
alumni registrations. Unfortunately, it is necessary so someone
has to keep an eye on these things.
Update the Event Calendar pages and
Photo Gallery. Each class has it's own section to publish
information about reunions and other gatherings, as well as pictures
from our younger days. You will be responsible for managing these
A bonus would be familiarity with HTML (the
language used to create web pages). Major events, such as reunions
sometimes require a bit more than simple text to convey the message with
style. The ability to design a web page helps deliver the information with
If you are interested in representing your class
in this elite cadre, then email our