by Jay Loring
Do you ever sit in SLP with no homework and just wish you could watch Netflix?
Well, we have all been there at one point in time. The NAHS Wi-Fi has been a constant issue for as long as anyone can remember. Personally, I sit in SLP wanting to use my phone, without using data or having a terrible signal. The school Wi-Fi blocks just about everything you want to do on your phone, even Snapchat.
All I want to do is sit and relax. The last thing I want to do is fight with my Wi-Fi connection. The school should have a big enough server to support all of these devices and open Wi-Fi for everyone to enjoy.
“I do not use the Wi-Fi because it is always way too slow and you can barely go on the internet with it, so I’m forced to use 4G and waste my data and always end up paying extra money at the end of the month,” said senior Nick Moore.
At this point in my high school career, I would personally pay to use good Wi-Fi because we are either going to pay for our data or pay for the Wi-Fi.
At one point in my junior year, the “nastaff” Wi-Fi password came out to the public.
“I really appreciated the high quality Wi-Fiat that point, it made everything much easier, cheaper, and more enjoyable,” said senior Zach McGowan.
The “nastaff” Wi-Fi password being revealed was quite possibly one of the greatest things to happen to NAHS since we came into this school.
Overall, my only point here is: Wi-Fi is more of an asset than a burden, and everyone appreciates good Wi-Fi when it comes around.