Mock DWI Crashes to be Performed at High Schools:
Webster CSD would like to make the community aware that our two high schools will be the site of mock DWI crashes in the weeks ahead.
The first event will take place Wednesday, May 25, near the tree in front of Webster Thomas High School. The second mock crash will be Thursday, June 2 in the rear parking lot, near the tennis courts, at Webster Schroeder High School. Both events are slated to begin around 9:50 a.m.
First responders from Webster Police Department, West Webster Fire Department, Webster Fire Department, Webster EMS, and North East Quadrant ALS will provide the “crash” scenarios, and Webster Thomas and Webster Schroeder students will act them out for their fellow juniors and seniors. As the scenarios unfold, local police, firefighters, ...
District Vote Results:
Residents in the Webster Central School District approved the 2022-23 school budget. Results from the budget vote and board of education election are as follows:
Budget = APPROVED
YES = 2,883 (59%)
NO = 1,964 (41%)
Proposition #1 for purchase of school buses = APPROVED
YES = 3,036 (63%)
NO = 1,802 (37%)
Board of Education Election (THREE positions for three-year terms beginning July 1, 2022):
ELECTED (in bold) -
1. Linda Dioguardi (incumbent) = 2,397
2. Carole Barnabas = 2,147
3. Charlie Roods = 2,134
Jennifer Fonseca = 1,727
Louie Levine = 1,509
Jason Siwik = 1,156
Jill Joy = 1,102
Tammy Gurowski (incumbent) = 849
BOE Approves 2022-23 School Calendar:
At its meeting Tuesday, March 15, the Webster CSD Board of Education approved the calendar for the 2022-23 school year. All One Webster students, grades UPK-12, will begin classes Tuesday, September 6, after Labor Day. The full calendar is provided below.
Register Kindergartners Now for 2022-23 School Year:
Don’t wait until the fall to register your incoming kindergartners for school. Register for the 2022-23 school year now!
Parents/guardians who have a child who will be 5 years old on or before December 1, 2022, that child is eligible for kindergarten enrollment for the upcoming school year. Parents/guardians can go online to websterschools.org/registration to complete a 100% online registration process.
Parents/guardians with questions, please contact Student Registration at email@example.com or (585) 216-0029.
Students Need to Turn in School-issued Devices by Year's End:
All of Webster CSD’s students need to turn in their school-issued electronic devices by the end of this school year, and in August returning students will be provided a new device for the 2022-23 school year.
The district’s Transforming Learning through Technology (TLT) initiative puts a Chromebook in the hands of all One Webster students grades 3-12 and an iPad in the hands of all of our K-2 students, so they may take the devices back and forth from home to school to extend their learning beyond the traditional school day. As part of TLT, the devices are replaced every three years. All student devices will be replaced this year.
Elementary students are to return their devices to their classroom teachers by the end of this school year. Secondary students ...
Programming Students Compete in Global & Regional Events:
One Webster programming students have had a busy couple of weeks, competing in two different events.
On Saturday, April 30, 20 Webster Schroeder and Webster Thomas high schools students participated virtually in CodeQuest, an annual programming competition hosted by Lockheed Martin. One thousand six hundred students representing 627 teams competed globally across 14 virtual locations.
Webster students showed resilience and perseverance by competing from Schroeder in spite of a power outage. They coded for 2.5 hours on Chromebooks using a wifi hotspot. The team consisting of Jacqueline H. (Schroeder), Danny G. (Thomas), and Sebastian H. (Thomas) placed sixth with 285 points. Students completed problems involving ciphers, sensors, DNA, Morse code, synaptic ...
Thomas Grads Invited to Register for Alumni Car Show:
The 5 th Annual Webster Thomas Alumni Car Show is June 2, 9:00-11:00 a.m. at the high school, 800 Five Mile Line Road.
This annual gathering is the product of the Webster Thomas Titan Garage auto tech classes. The spectacle traditionally includes everything from muscle cars and hot rods, to antique cars and fire engines, to seemingly typical cars with a little something special under the hood.
Titan graduates who would like to have their ride included in this year’s coffee and cars need to register in advance. Email your vehicle’s year, make, and model, along with your year of graduation to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Parry and Warren Honored with Oak Tree Award:
Please join us in congratulating 2022 Oak Tree Award recipients Michele Parry (Plank Road South Elementary School) and Denise Warren (Webster Thomas High School).
Michele Parry (center), this year's elementary recipient.
The Oak Tree Award spotlights excellence in teaching at the elementary and secondary levels and is jointly sponsored by the Webster Teachers Association and the Webster PTSA. The first Oak Tree was awarded in 2000 and is a once-in-a-career honor.
This year’s recipients were greeted by representatives of the Oak Tree Committee, teaching colleagues, and others with flowers and a cookie cake. Each recipient will receive a $500 stipend, a hand lathed pen, and an acorn pin. The honorees were also congratulated by the Webster CSD Board ...
NEW One Webster Minute!:
Webster CSD highlights innovative programs and people in our district in many ways, including the video series, One Webster Minute . Be sure to check out the latest video that shares how WonderCare students are leading their own elective programs.
Webster CSD Offers Rapid PCR Testing Clinic for Students:
Webster CSD offers a rapid PCR testing clinic for students only. Students who are experiencing potential COVID symptoms may come to the clinic by appointment on most Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays after school hours.
The free testing process works as follows:
Parents must accompany their child to the testing site and sign the consent form.
The testing will take place at the district’s Buildings & Grounds building at 110 Sanford St., next to Spry Middle School. Look for the signs for the clinic.
At your appointment time, proceed to the door for the clinic and a health office staff member will meet you there.
After testing, parents and students may not wait for test results. Tests take 30 minutes to run, but there may be several ...