Re: Web Pages as Eagle Projects
Ron Raab-Long (raablong@VOICENET.COM)
Fri, 22 Aug 1997 14:06:59 -0400
Mike Walton has some pretty good points. I know some Web Pages have already
been used for Eagle projects. There is a Scout in California that put
together a page on emergency preparedness that was simply outstanding.
My son, a Life Scout, maintains a web page for his school. He has put
several days, and some very long nights, into it this summer. He has even
taught several friends HTML coding and a little JAVA. They will help him
maintain the page over the next school year, as they update sports scores,
etc. Had he thought about it first, I'm sure what he has already done would
qualify as an Eagle project.
Since this "project" has already been accomplished and therefore not
acceptable, what's the opinion of this group on whether he could go into a
different school, say his former Junior High, accomplish the same thing,
and get Eagle project credit?
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