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Schroeder Pair Among National Merit Semifinalists Schroeder Pair Among National Merit Semifinalists: Officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) have announced the names of approximately 16,000 semifinalists in the 66 th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Webster CSD is pleased to announce that among these honorees are Webster Schroeder High School students Andrew and Thomas. Andrew These academically talented high school seniors have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $30 million that will be offered next spring. To be considered for a Merit Scholarship ® award, semifinalists must fulfill several requirements to advance to the finalist level of the competition. More than 90 percent of the semifinalists are expected to attain finalist standing, and more than ...
Webster CSD Free Meal Program Continues Webster CSD Free Meal Program Continues:   Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) recently announced that its free meal program for schools will continue at no cost to taxpayers until further notice. Beginning Monday, September 14, all Webster CSD students grades UPK-12 may receive free meals, whether they are hybrid learners or 100% remote. Families that planned to complete free and reduced meal applications are still encouraged to do so as the USDA reports that its free for all students program may be discontinued without advance notice. Elementary students (grades UPK-5) participating in the hybrid learning model will receive their grab and go breakfasts and lunches at the end of each school day for the following day. If you do NOT want your elementary ...
District to Use PikMyKid App District to Use PikMyKid App: Webster CSD is using the PikMyKid Application (app) for all grade levels during the 2020-21 school year. Parents/guardians listed on the Infinite Campus Parent/Student Portal have access to their child(ren)'s PikMyKid account. The app allows parents/guardians to complete the required daily health screening for their UPK-12 child(ren) this year. The mandatory health screening needs to be done at home by parents/guardians. During arrival, school staff are able to identify which students have a completed health screening and which students' families have forgotten, allowing school staff then know which children need to be screened before entering their classrooms. Parents/guardians are to also use the convenient app to report absences (for grades UPK-12).  ...
Community Invited to Join F.I.R.E. Community Invited to Join F.I.R.E.: Families Igniting Racial Equity (F.I.R.E.) is a vibrant, parent-led organization whose mission is to build a racially- and economically-just community. Spearheaded by Webster CSD, the group includes members from throughout our community -- parents, concerned family members, and allies passionate about One Webster!   Meetings for the 2020-21 school year are scheduled to take place virtually 6:30-8:00 p.m. on October 20, November 17, December 15, January 19, February 23, March 16, April 20, May 11, and June 15. To receive the virtual meeting link or for further information on being a part of this growing organization, please contact Terry McCarthy, Webster CSD Director of Humanities, at terrance_mccarthy@webstercsd.org or (585) 216-0080. Together we can help ...
COVID 19 & Paying School Taxes in September COVID 19 & Paying School Taxes in September: The following is a column written by Webster Town Supervisor Thomas Flaherty that he has asked us to share with our #OneWebster community: Hard to believe we are coming up on six months since "all of our worlds changed" and terms like social distancing, masks, etc. started dominating our lives. COVID-19 has been challenging for all of us and those challenges are very individualized based on your personal and professional life.    One thing I have struggled with as Town Supervisor during COVID-19 is the "lack of being able to be out there amongst the people". In February prior to the home quarantining, I was enjoying going to different events and getting to meet and know more Webster citizens. I felt that was helping me get a pulse on what ...
Parent/Student Portal -- Your Go-to Resource Parent/Student Portal -- Your Go-to Resource: Webster CSD’s Infinite Campus Parent/Student Portal remains parents’ go-to spot for information regarding their student(s).  The district uses this secure, password protected, web-based program to send important emails, phone calls, and texts throughout the year.  In Family Information, parents may request changes to phone numbers and emails used to receive Infinite Campus (IC) messages. Simply edit the new phone number or email in Family Information and save ALL edits. You will then receive a note in your IC process inbox (not your regular email inbox) letting you know whether your requested phone number change has been approved. PLEASE NOTE that changes to existing Parent/Student Portal home addresses must still be made by emailing your school principal ...
Families Encouraged to Practice Wearing Masks with Their Children Families Encouraged to Practice Wearing Masks with Their Children:

Due to COVID-19, all Webster CSD students and ...

District Shares Reopening Plan District Shares Reopening Plan: Thanks to the work of our staff and community, Webster CSD has devised a Hybrid Model for Reopening for the 2020-21 school year. Elements of the plan have already been shared with families. To read the entire plan, please follow this link . In response to many of the questions the district has already received about the plan, we have created a file of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) along with answers. To read this, please follow this link.
WHEN: DFCC Awarded $625K Grant to Prevent Youth Substance Use in Webster WHEN: DFCC Awarded $625K Grant to Prevent Youth Substance Use in Webster: The White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) recently announced an additional round of 42 new grants for its Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program , bringing the number of total grants to more than 700 for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019. Among the 42 additional recipients is the Webster Health & Education Network: a Drug Free Community Coalition (WHEN: DFCC), one of only two second round grant recipients in New York State. The 42 additional grants announced in December 2019, combined with the 150 new grants announced in October 2019, represent a total Federal investment of approximately $24 million to new community coalitions alone in FY 2019. WHEN:DFCC will receive $625,000 over the next five years in DFC grant funds to involve and engage its local community ...



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