Katherine Anne Porter School has several programs to help do our part in cleaning up the planet. KAPS has glass, paper, aluminum, and plastic recycling inside the building, and then large paper and aluminum containers outside that people in the community use to both recycle what they can and donate to our school.
As KAPS is a charter school, most of our student body comes from the lower socio-economic realm; however, this team also consisted of one individual with quite a 'priviledged' background. Regardless, the largest impact on the team was to be found in the students computer literacy/comfortability. Those with fewer strengths in computer programming found themselves to be much more affective researchers than the others. Therefore, the need to separate into focus groups utitilizing the strengths of each student became apparent and easy to facilitate.
James is an intelligent and charismatic individual who possesses adequate programming skills and a passion for protecting the environment.
Michael is an extrovert. He has experience working with UNIX systems and is one of the students responsible for the site's flash content.
Cancer survivor, amputee, flash designer, and optimist. It was Lane that first suggested that the KAPS webmastering class would create a website about going green. He contributed to the flash content as well.
Drew is a talented web designer that contributed heavily to the webpages' layout. He also took the photos that appear in the website.
Extreme metal enthusiast responsible for much of the site's design.
Flash designer and fúsbol virtuoso.
Our fearless coach, Daniel Bisett:
Mr. Bisett has travelled all over the wolrd in search of truth and web design perfection. He offered a voice of reason during times of conflict whilst site building.