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Webster Thomas Junior’s Art Receives Silver Medal at National Level Webster Thomas Junior’s Art Receives Silver Medal at National Level: Webster Thomas advance 3D art student Jessica V. has been honored with an Alliance for Young Artists & Writers National Silver Medal! Jessica V. More than 100,000 students entered nearly 340,000 original works of art and writing to the 2024 Scholastic Awards. Jessica’s work was selected by some of the foremost leaders in the visual and literary arts for excellence in originality, skill, and the emergence of a personal voice or vision. Fewer than 2,500 works received a National Medal, which places the Titan junior within the top 8 percent of all submissions!   Since 1923, the Scholastic Art & Writing Awards have celebrated teen artists and writers from across the country. According to their website, Jessica is now part of that legacy, joining the ...
Graduation at a Glance Graduation at a Glance: The 2023-24 school year has flown by and very soon it will culminate with graduation ceremonies at each of our high schools! Webster CSD is set to graduate approximately 680 students in its Class of 2024! Here are a few key factors families need to know: Webster Schroeder Graduation Rehearsal – Friday, June 21, 9:00 a.m., seniors meet in the Webster Schroeder Warrior Stadium, 875 Ridge Road. REHEARSAL ATTENDANCE IS MANDATORY. Commencement – Friday, June 21, seniors line up at 6:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Procession begins promptly at 7:30 p.m. at the Webster Schroeder Warrior Stadium, 875 Ridge Road. Rain date – Saturday, June 22, time TBD (weather dependent). Live stream: The 2024 Warrior Graduation Ceremony will be live ...
Three Named Outstanding Seniors for Webster, BOCES Three Named Outstanding Seniors for Webster, BOCES: The Monroe County Council of School Superintendents’ (MCCOSS) Michael C. O’Laughlin Outstanding Senior Recognition Dinner was held on May 8 at East High School in Rochester. Webster CSD is proud to announce that three of its students were honored at this event: Ainsley R. for Webster Schroeder High School, Maxwell B. for Webster Thomas High School, and Analise A. for Monroe One BOCES (and a Schroeder senior). Maxwell, Superintendent Neenan, Ainsley, and Analise. The Outstanding Senior Recognition Dinner is the only program which recognizes excellence in all of our county and city high schools at one event. Students are selected for this honor based on their scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The honorees were presented a gift by Monroe One BOCES ...
Urban League Honors Webster Students as Black Scholars Urban League Honors Webster Students as Black Scholars: The 45 th anniversary of Black Scholars was celebrated Monday, June 3 in Rochester Institute of Technology’s Gordon Field House. Families, alumni, and the Greater Rochester community were invited to join in the celebration as the Urban League of Rochester recognized the academic achievements of this year’s Black and Brown Scholars.   Among those honored were Webster Schroeder High School seniors William B., Dylan B., Lauren C., Ethan G., Corintia G., Gavin H., Charlotte H., Ayden J., Anthony L., Chelsea P., Khadeeja R., James S., Mariah W., and Marquez W., and Webster Thomas High School seniors Harmony A., Maxwell B., Annabelle F., and Lauryn W. Congratulations Warriors and Titans!   They, and each of more than 600 honorees, are graduating students who have ...
Students, Staff Honored at U-S Awards Students, Staff Honored at U-S Awards: The Urban-Suburban Award Night was held May 23 at Nazareth University. This was the first in-person ceremony since 2019, and many Webster CSD students and staff were among those honored.   Spry Middle School Assistant Principal Jackie Saunders and Webster Parent Advisory Council representative Cheryl Poole were each presented with a Special Service Award. Saunders received a Slugger Award, and  Poole received an Urban-Suburban Advisory Council Special Service Award. These awards are presented to  individuals who have demonstrated an unwavering dedication and commitment to the students, parents, administrators, school faculty, and staff of the Urban-Suburban Program. Care 4 Awards were presented to Webster CSD students: Aaron G., Kayden M., Naiyma W., Namiya W., all ...
District Budget Vote & BOE Candidate Election Results District Budget Vote & BOE Candidate Election Results: Residents in the Webster Central School District approved the 2024-25 school budget. Results from the budget vote and board of education election are as follows: Budget = APPROVED YES =   1,885  (63%) NO =  1,112    (37%) Proposition #1 for purchase of school buses = APPROVED YES =   1,911  (64%) NO = 1,083     (36%) Board of Education Election (TWO positions for three-year terms beginning July 1, 2024): ELECTED (in bold) -  Jeffrey McCaffrey = 2,337 Michele Lowes = 2,096
Webster CSD School Calendar for 2024-25 Webster CSD School Calendar for 2024-25: At its meeting Tuesday, March 12, the Webster CSD Board of Education approved the calendar for the 2024-25 school year. All One Webster students, grades PreK-12, will begin classes Tuesday, September 3. The full calendar is provided below and available under the Full Calendars links on the District Calendar web page .
Free Meal Availability for Students During Summer Free Meal Availability for Students During Summer: The summer months may leave some Webster CSD families wondering what their students will do for meals while school is out. The good news is that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) will once again partner with Greece CSD to serve FREE meals to students throughout Monroe County at the Autumn Lane  Elementary School, 2089 Maiden Lane, Rochester 14616. Meals will be served Monday-Friday, July 8-August 16; breakfast is 8:00-9:30 a.m. and lunch is 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m.   There are no income requirements and no registration necessary. The Summer Food Program is fully funded by the USDA. Any child 18 and younger is eligible to participate. Meals must be eaten on site. Transportation will not be provided. For more information call (585) 966-2316.



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