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You will need three things:
Principals and administrators need to authorize web site access because the content of school and office web pages is ultimately their responsibility. See the, "Requirements for All Sites," section of the Web Regulation FAQ
Your principal or administrator must submit a Webmaster Account Request form for each webmaster. See: How to become a Webmaster
Keep the group small enough for the primary webmaster to manage and communicate with. Three webmasters may be enough, but some larger high schools find that it’s better to subdivide site responsibilities, so they need a few more people on the team.
Note: You may find that it’s easier to manage your site if only a few people have permission to update the site itself, with a larger group supplying the content.
Yes. Schools in particular may rely on volunteer parents to keep web sites up to date. The primary webmaster must be a member of the MCPS staff. Parent volunteers often lose interest when their child leaves the school.
Parent and other non-staff accounts are requested in the same way as staff accounts. See: How to become a Webmaster
See Webmaster Software to learn how to acquire software such as Dreamweaver, Acrobat, etc.
See How to Register for Webmaster Training
See the "About Content," section of the Web Regulation FAQ