A simple webpage to tell you what class period you are in and when it gets out
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README.md

ClassClock Icon

ClassClock

What is ClassClock?

ClassClock is a web app to give students and teachers easy access to:

  • current date and time
  • daily schedules (You are on the Mon/Tues Schedule)
  • the class period you are currently in (i.e. 2nd Period)
  • a countdown until class is over
  • the generic name of your next class (i.e. 3rd Period)

ClassClock is useful for:

  • Teachers - to check how much teaching time is left in class
  • Students - to remind themselves of where they need to be and when
  • Parents - to see the optimal time to contact their student without interfering with instruction time
  • Everyone - to have quick and easy access to varied schedules that may otherwise be complicated, confusing or hard to remember

Upcoming Features

Here are some features to look forward to in a future version:

  • Support for multiple schools (currently only supports one)
  • Detection of block (A/B) schedules
  • Countdown to school breaks (winter break, spriing break, summer .etc)
  • Support for custom schedules (assemblies, parades, combined schedules etc.)
  • The ability to change what is displayed
  • The ability for students to upload their schedules to get more detailed information such as teacher name and room number

How to install?

ClassTime is a web-based app that can be saved to your phone's home screen or bookmarked in your browser for easy access.

iOS

  1. Navigate to https://classclock.app in Safari (not tested on other browsers)
  2. Click the "Share" or "Action" button (it looks like a square with an arrow pointing up out of the top)
  3. Click "Add to Home Screen" on the bottom row (you might have to scroll sideways to see it)
  4. Click "Done" in the top corner of the screen to add it to your home screen.

Android

  1. Navigate to https://classclock.app (instructions for Google Chrome)
  2. Click the "Overflow" button on the top right of your screen (it looks like three vertical dots)
  3. Click "Add to Home Screen" button in the menu (it's about 2/3 of the way down)
  4. Click "Add" in the dialog box that pops up to add it to your home screen.