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Thursday, April 13, 2017

“Is it Special?”

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Ms. Wright’s 2nd grade class is shown completing a versatile activity called “Is it Special?”.  The students had to put the special word in the correct sentence.  The students enjoyed solving the puzzle from their answers.  

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Art Rowland

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Art Rowland experiments by combining various materials to create a water filtration system.  Art is a student in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s 5th Grade Science class at Webster Co. Elementary.  


Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Bald Eagle

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Mrs. Jackson’s Kindergarten class at Webster County Elementary is studying U.S. Symbols. One of our many symbols is the bald eagle. Students learned many facts about the bald eagle. As an activity, students made their own bald eagle using a paper plate and white tissue paper. The students enjoyed the activity and learned many things about our majestic national bird.  

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Shaking Things Up!

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Webster County’s First grade student, Jacob Crimes is shaking things up with this fraction activity.  Students in Mrs. Deidre Sterling’s class had to work through 4 steps in order to show how many yellow/ red counters they had in the form of a fraction.    

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Fractions in First

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Webster County students in Mrs. Deidre Sterling’s class have enjoyed learning about fractions.  Students have shown fractions using flower and pizza crafts.

Leslie Ann Lee

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Leslie Ann Lee created an electromagnet and then experimented to learn ways to make the magnet stronger.  She tested the strength of the electromagnet by seeing how many paper clips it was able to pick up after each adjustment.  Students in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s class at Webster Co. Schools enjoyed this activity as fun way to complete their unit on magnets.  

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Thursday, April 06, 2017

Mrs. Katha Scott's Economics

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Students in Mrs. Katha Scott's economics class at Webster County High School have been working on props for a common craft style video.  A common craft video is one where images tell the story as someone reads a script.  The images are moved in and out of the screen by group members to match the story being told.  Our students are creating videos that review key economic concepts in preparation for the end of course test.   

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Trey Binn

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Trey Binn from Mrs Jill's class s one a great job couning money.  This is one of his favorite activites!  

Ms Gladys Moses’ PE Class

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Alyssa Holder and Kamiya Battle students in Ms Gladys Moses’ PE class at Webster County Schools are executing the fundamentals of badminton.   They enjoyed the game so much that they wished that they had one at home.  


Monday, April 03, 2017

WCHS Seniors Visit “The Bodies Exhibit” and The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in Atlanta

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The senior class of Webster County trekked to Atlanta for a visit to The Bodies Museum and CDC (Center for Disease Control) campus. The field trip was held March 16th and was led by Anatomy teacher, Mrs. Amy Benton, with Ms. Ellis and Ms. Holmes as accompanying chaperones.  It was so great to see the students making connections between classroom lessons and actual human bodies preserved to show each system.  At the CDC, students were able to ask questions and wander about the exhibits...

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Leprechaun Trap

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Once again, the students in Mrs. Susan Stephens' first grade at Webster Co. Elementary School tried their best to invent a successful Leprechaun Trap.  Each student, with the help of their parents, made a trap using ordinary household items.  The students used all sorts of items to lure the sneaky little guys into the traps.  Unfortunately, the leprechauns that visited first grade were just too clever.  All was not lost, though; the students had a great time discovering all...

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Mr. McCullough's Middle Grades Study Skills Class

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In Mr. McCullough's middle grades study skills class, students have been preparing for the mathematics and reading sections of the Georgia Milestones thru several Milestone Review tests on the Online Coach Assessment System as well as the Reading Plus program.  Students have received  1 on 1 instruction on questions missed and have worked diligently to improve their fluency, comprehension, and vocabulary skills in order to receive high marks on the state tests.     

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Sticking to Math

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Webster County 6th graders have been learning about integers.  During this activity, students were given sticky notes and an integer to write on it.  They were asked to arrange the numbers from least to greatest.  If someone had a number in the wrong place, the next person had to move their sticky note to the right place and then place the one they had in the right order.  Alex Gomez is shown placing his sticky note on the board.

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Mr. Bailey’s Social Studies Classes

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Students in Mr. Bailey’s Social Studies classes are preparing to deliver their oral presentations on people and/ or events that created the history of present day Southeast Asia. Students pictured are Hunter Pearce and Tyjeria Bridges. These guys are highlighting the life of Vietnam’s General Vo Nguyen Giap. 

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M&M’S Fractions

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The students in Ms. Wright’s 2nd grade class were learning about “Fractions”. The students were learning about the parts of a fraction which are Numerator and Denominator.  Each student was given a bag of M&M’s for the activity. After completing the activity, the students were able to enjoy their M&M’S. Miss Shatyriah Crawford, a GSW student had the opportunity to help students with finding the fractions of a bag of M&M’s.  The students...

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Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Webster County Schools Sponsor Blood Drive

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The Webster County School System will sponsor a blood drive on Wednesday, April 26, 2017 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. The drive will be held in the school cafeteria at 7168 Washington Street, Preston, GA. You may sign up to make donations in the front office at the school or by going to the donation website: www.redcrossblood.org and use “webster” to make your online appointment. On the day of your appointment, you may save yourself up to 15 minutes at the donation site by visiting the...

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Senior Beta Club

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The Webster County Senior Beta Club added new members during their Spring Membership Drive. Mrs. Ann Swain, Dr. E. Byrd, and The Beta club are proud to welcome these new members: Jessica Durham, Haley Underwood, Kayla Boutwell, Jayla Hill, James Morris, Rebecca Lassiter, Breona Cradic, Mate’le King, Brandon Riggins, Jonathan Mejia-Lopez, Angier Cruz Wills, and Kimberly Williams. We are so proud to have these students in our club.    

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Monday, March 27, 2017

WCS Board of Education

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The Webster County Board of Education received a certificate for school board appreciation week. We are thankful for their support for the children of the Webster County Schools system.  

Keundre Campbell

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Freshman 6-3 Point Guard, Keundre Campbell can be found leading drills and working on his craft daily in Webster County.  His will cannot be defined or rivaled.  At the beginning of the 2016-17 season, Campbell was balancing scoring and leading a team which is not an easy task, not to mention juggling academics and the rigor of high school his first year of school. The second half of the season is where Keundre Campbell flourished and took that next turn (killer instinct).  First...

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5th Grade Social Studies

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This week, Mrs. Pamela Alridge’s 5th grade students at Webster County are presenting various U.S. History research topics and questions to their class. Students were given a variety of options to conduct and present their research. They used ipads, computer labs, textbooks, resource books, encyclopedias, and interviews to find information. Students presented their findings using a variety of visual aids such as PowerPoints, posters, tri-boards, written reports, typed reports, drawings and...

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