wConnect is a participatory action research project  building a developmental community for women in computer and information science (CIS). One activity hosted by wConnect is end-user web programming workshops for high school girls. Thus far we have relied on our lab's Java-based toolkit for these workshops, but this requires considerable advance work and subsequent maintenance by team members for each workshop, making the outreach process difficult to generalize and sustain. Currently we are using the Drupal CMS to create a web authoring tool that will support these workshops but also enable teachers to design and specify their own project concepts. Once a project is specified, learners can instantiate and complete them, adding data and other customizations according to personal preferences. We describe our work thus far on the authoring tool, design tradeoffs we are facing, and ongoing research.