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No School for Grades 9-12 for Friday's Superintendent's Conference Day No School for Grades 9-12 for Friday's Superintendent's Conference Day: Webster CSD families are reminded that this Friday, January 28 is a Superintendent's Conference Day, and there will be NO school for students in grades 9-12 that day, while school WILL be in session for students in grades UPK-8 .  
Kindergarten Registration for 2022-23 Open Kindergarten Registration for 2022-23 Open: Webster CSD kindergarten registration for the 2022-23 school year opens Monday, January 24 at 10:00 a.m. completely online! 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 2022-23 school year. This link enables parents/guardians to complete a 100% online registration process. If you have any questions, please contact Student Registration at wcsdschoolregistration@webstercsd.org or (585) 216-0029.
Community Invited to Take Part in Budget ThoughtExchange Community Invited to Take Part in Budget ThoughtExchange: As January begins, Webster CSD is in full planning mode to prepare the 2022-23 district budget that will be up for a community-wide vote on Tuesday, May 17.   The district welcomes feedback from all stakeholders when planning a budget for a school district that serves 8,100 students and 1,500+ staff members. Knowing the feedback of our community will help us develop a budget that reflects our community's thoughts and input for our students.    You may recall that the district began using ThoughtExchange earlier this year. Thought Exchang e is a collaborative, online discussion platform that is used to gain insights and feedback from our community as we make decisions that impact all of us, including a proposed budget for next year. As a reminder, participation ...
Webster CSD Offers Rapid PCR Testing Clinic for Students Webster CSD Offers Rapid PCR Testing Clinic for Students: Webster CSD is offering a rapid PCR testing clinic for students only. Students who are experiencing potential COVID symptoms can 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 ...
Nominate Educator of Excellence for Oak Tree Award Nominate Educator of Excellence for Oak Tree Award: Webster CSD has many outstanding educators. Now is the time to nominate a special teacher in your student’s life for the Oak Tree Award! Co-sponsored by the Webster Teachers’ Association (WTA) and the Webster Central PTSA, the Oak Tree Award annually recognizes teacher excellence in Webster CSD schools by honoring an educator from the elementary and the secondary levels. Nominations are due by February 1, 2022, and can be made at this link . Any Webster resident or district employee, current or former student, parent, teacher, or administrative colleague may nominate an educator for the Elementary or Secondary Teacher of the Year Oak Tree Award. Educators include: UPK-12 teachers, special educators, literacy specialists, school counselors, librarians/media ...
WCSD Students Named Urban League Black Scholars WCSD Students Named Urban League Black Scholars: For over four decades, the Urban League of Rochester’s Black Scholars program has provided academic recognition, college readiness assistance, and scholarship incentives to students who achieve and maintain a “B” or better average throughout high school.   Urban League of Rochester 2021 Black Scholars Early Recognition program, presented by ESL Federal Credit Union and Finger Lakes Community College, was held virtually on December 15 and honored numerous scholars from throughout the Greater Rochester area, including Webster students. Honorees from Webster Schroeder High School are: Joshua A., Heaven B., Lance B., William B., Dylan B., Deborah B., Camryn C., Lauren C., Aissa E., Tristan F., Ethan G., Corintia G., Adrianna G., Venus H., Ayden ...
Register for Camp Invention before March 31 to Receive Discount Register for Camp Invention before March 31 to Receive Discount: Camp Invention returns to Webster CSD this summer and families who register their students before March 31 can receive a discount! Camp director Dave Gorski and his team returns to Spry Middle School July 22-25 to engage kids in grades K-6 in a summer of fun with their friends where campers adopt robotic fish and create custom habitats, design and build spacepacks as they explore outer space, or build a robot to create their own spin art.   Hours are 8:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and cost is $270; however, parents/guardians who register their child(ren) by March 31 using promo code EXPLORE25 will save $25. To save, register online now at invent.org/camp or by phone at 800-968-4332!   Also, an extended camp experience will be provided to accommodate working ...
Protocol in the Event of School Closings, Early Dismissal Due to Inclement Weather Protocol in the Event of School Closings, Early Dismissal Due to Inclement Weather: As we enter the winter months, Webster CSD would like to remind our One Webster families of our closing and early dismissal protocol should weather necessitate. Closing and cancellation information is available through a variety of sources: online at websterschools.org, social media at Facebook.com/WebsterCentralSchools and Twitter @wcsdproud, parent/guardian notification through the district’s automated communication system, Infinite Campus (IC), and local media.  Should the district need to dismiss early, bus riders will return home in the same order as a regular school day, and school offices will remain open and staffed for approximately 45 minutes after students are dismissed. ...



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