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Webster CSD Food Service Offers Saturday Meals Webster CSD Food Service Offers Saturday Meals: Beginning THIS WEEK, Webster CSD Food Service will begin offering a Saturday breakfast and lunch option for all students! Elementary students (grades K-5) will receive an extra meal when leaving school on Friday, January 15, if you have not opted your child(ren) out of the meal service. To sign up for an extra meal for your secondary student (grades 6-12) to pick up either on Thursday, January 14 or Friday, January 15 after school, please email Mark_Balfour@webstercsd.org and include your child(ren)'s name and the name of their middle/high school.    
Calendar Calls for 4-day Weeks, Exception Days for Students Calendar Calls for 4-day Weeks, Exception Days for Students: All Webster CSD students will have off of school on Monday, January 18 in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. ALL Webster CSD students will also have off on Friday, January 29 for a Superintendent’s Conference Day. (The PTSA calendar has this as a day off for high school students only but that is not correct. A schedule change was made after the PTSA calendar went to press.)  Along with the two shortened weeks, Webster CSD students in grades 6-12 ONLY are reminded that they will have Schedule Exception Days on Wednesday, January 20 (B1) and Wednesday, January 27 (A2). On these days students won’t follow the typical mini schedule but will instead follow the schedule for the letter and number in the rotation. That means that on January 20 (B1) will be in-person ...
Students Grades 8-11 Encouraged to Prep for Course Selection Students Grades 8-11 Encouraged to Prep for Course Selection: Course selection time is fast approaching for Webster CSD’s students in grades 8-11. An important step students and their parents/guardians can take to prepare for the planning is to review the High School Course Descriptions and Resources found online at this link . It provides features such as connections to career clusters and live links to a variety of websites that offer in-depth information on everything from graduation requirements to course selection and program planning. More information will be forthcoming from students’ teachers and school counselors.
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. The group includes members from throughout our community -- parents, concerned family members, and allies passionate about our community!   Meetings for the 2020-21 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 at terrance_mccarthy@webstercsd.org or (585) 216-0080. One Webster Equity is proud to partner with F.I.R.E. Together we can help Webster blaze ...
Families Reminded of Emergency Remote Day Procedure Families Reminded of Emergency Remote Day Procedure: At any time this school year, Webster CSD may need to pivot to 100% remote learning for ALL Webster students. This may be due to an increased infection rate, a staffing shortage, inclement weather (what used to be snow days!), or a closure called by the Monroe County Department of Public Health. (Because of this, all students and staff are asked to take their tech devices home daily.) These Emergency Remote Days will be announced in the same way a snow day would have been announced: district website, www.websterschools.org ; social media platforms, Facebook @WebsterCentralSchools and Twitter @WCSDProud/@superwebstercsd; and IC Messenger, the district's online messaging system that has the ability to send emails, phone calls, and texts to students, families, and staff. Local media ...
Nominate Teacher of Excellence for Oak Tree Award Nominate Teacher of Excellence for Oak Tree Award: Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The creation of a thousand forests is in one acorn.” Each year the Webster Teachers’ Association and the Webster Central PTSA jointly sponsor the Oak Tree recognition award. Teacher recipients exemplify excellence in their field, a commitment to their students, and are leaders in the community. They are the acorns that create thousands of forests.   Nominations are now being accepted for the 2021 Oak Tree Award. Nominees must meet the following criteria: ·        Currently teaching in a full-time position in Webster CSD ·        Have a minimum of five years teaching experience in Webster CSD · ...



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