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Wednesday, April 01, 2015

Blood Drive

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Webster County High School hosts Blood Drive April 8 from 3 – 7 p.m. The Student Council at Webster County would like to invite individuals 16 and older to donate blood Wednesday, April 8, between the hours of 3 and 7 p.m. Each pint of blood donated goes to save the lives of three people!!! Donors are now informed of where their blood donation is used, so they can see its huge, positive impacts on individuals in the surrounding areas. Please consider donating blood Wednesday, April...

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Quarter 3 Honor Roll

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“A” Honor Roll- Kindergarten Harmoni Andrews, James Bridges, Bryson Cooper, Joshua Elliott, Alyssa Foster, E’lisha Harvey, Kabrian Penn, Audrey Perry, Mason Taylor, Lillian Trusty, Logan Weeks, Peyton Weeks, Makayla Williams, Melva Williams, Jayla Willis   “A/B” Honor Roll- Kindergarten Dakoda Aikens, De’Ja Bridges, Kailey Caudle, Conner Ellis, John Gomez-Moratalla, Alondra Green, Kymani Hardy, Is’raell Harvey, Tobias Hayward, Gary Lee, Serena...

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St Patrick's Day

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In celebration of St Patrick's Day on March 17th, first graders in Mrs. Susan Stephens' class at Webster County Elementary/middle School spent the week enjoying the antics of one particularly mischievous leprechaun. The students participated in many activities throughout the week. They measured leprechaun hats, wrote stories about what they would do with the leprechaun if they caught him, and read every St. Patrick's Day book they could find! Each night the leprechaun sneaked into their classroom...

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Mrs. Lana Bennett's Science Class

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5th Graders in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s Science Class at Webster Co. Elementary teamed up to review for the Ga Milestones Assessment.  Students loved playing an online game via their smartboard, to review information learned throughout the year.  Students were put on teams and then competed with their classmates to answer standards-based questions.  This proved to be a great way to review lots of information.  Students said it was helpful and fun.     

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Webster County Bus Drivers Are Appreciated

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Webster County School bus drivers were honored on Thursday, March 12, 2015 with a luncheon to show appreciation for their dedication to the students, parents, and community of Webster County.  Because of their attitude of seriousness and careful driving, Webster County has never had a fatality or a serious accident.  Mr. Greene, bus supervisor, commended the drivers and thanked them for keeping the children of our community safe each and every day. 


Thursday, March 12, 2015

Williams receives School Bus Instructor/Trainer Certification

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The Webster County Schools Administrators would like to congratulate Mr. Jason Williams for receiving his School Bus Instructor/Trainer Certification. We appreciate his hard work in this endeavor and look forward to him training future bus drivers for the Webster County School System.


Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Accelerated Math Achievers

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At the end of the 3rd quarter, eleven students in Webster County Middle School have achieved 100 or more math objectives.  Those  who worked to obtain this goal are shown:  Back:  RaSheed Jenkins, Jayla Hill, Kyra Laney, Sarah Chesnut, Willow Blodgett, Kalisha Whitehead.  Front:  Janautica Whitehead, Cruz Wills, Malaysha Reliford, Willow Weldin, and Anna Ellis.  RaSheed has the most objectives with 155.  This is a great accomplishment for these math students!...

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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Test Security Practices at Webster County Schools

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·         All materials are kept in a secure location at all times. The office of the system test coordinator remains locked at all times and the testing materials are locked within a secure, locked cabinet while not in use for test administration. ·         All test administrators are reminded of security procedures before each administration. They are to never leave tests unattended in their classroom...

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Webster County Schools to Host Book Fair

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Webster County Schools will host a Scholastic Book Fair March 18-20, 2015. The book fair will be open daily from 7:15 a.m. – 4:15 p.m. in the schools’ Media Center. Special events during the Book Fair include Donuts with Dads on Wednesday, March 18, 2014 (time to be announced) and Family Night Open House on Thursday, March 19, 2015 from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. Families, faculty, and the community are invited to attend this fun reading event that helps inspire children to become lifelong...

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Webster County High School Literary Team

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On Monday, March 2, 2015, Ms. Beth Blankenship, Ms. Dorothy Crimes, and Mr. Rob Bailey took the  Webster County High School Literary Team to Bainbridge College to compete in the Region 1A Literary Competition.  The students did a great job representing Webster County and brought home the 2nd  place team trophy.  In the music events, Hannah Pendergrass placed 2nd in Girls’ Solo, and Nick Pelfrey placed  3rd place in Boys’ Solo.  The Girls’ Trio members...

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Mrs. Terri Greene’s 4th Grade ELA Classes

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Students in Mrs. Terri Greene’s  4th grade ELA classes at Webster County Elementary School  have been learning about prepositions and prepositional phrases.   The students are shown here creating prepositional phrases by combining nouns, articles, adjectives, and prepositions.   After creating the prepositional phrase, the students wrote them on chart paper and then each group shared their phrases with the rest of the class.  The students did a great job...

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Tuesday, March 03, 2015

Braylen Robinson Joins 1000 Point Club at Webster County High School

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Braylen Robinson joined the 1000 point club here at Webster County (looking for lost records for former Bobcat 2 Time GACA All-State and All-Star Dominique Pollard). Braylen has shown what it means to be good on and off the court. He led the team in all categories except blocks and he was 3rd in that. He finished the year averaging 16.5 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assists, 2 steals, and 1 block. He eclipsed the 1000 point mark the last regular season game at home versus Randolph-Clay. Although his stat...

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Spectacular Senior Science Fair

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David Donnelly, a senior at Webster County High School, was one of many seniors who participated in the Annual Science Fair.  Mr. Rob Bailey, HS Science teacher, assists his students in various experiments for the school.  Kindergarten students in Mrs. Deidre Sterling’s class were enthused, not only by the awesome presentations, but they also enjoyed watching our Senior Helper, David, in action!

WEBSTER COUNTY STUDENTS OBSERVE BLACK HISTORY

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The Webster County fourth and fifth grade students in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s reading class observed Black History. Each student was assigned an African-American leader/achiever to research.  For two week, the students were taken to the Computer Lab to research significant information about the leaders/achievers. After researching, the students had to create a power point to present to the class.  The power point included a title page, nine slides with significant information...

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Cross-sections in Math

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7th graders have been busy working in their geometry unit.  In this unit, they had to describe the two-dimensional shape that was formed when making a cross-section of a three dimensional shape.   Anna Ellis is shown using Play-Doh to create a square pyramid.  The class was then able to slice it to see the shape that was created.  

Ms. Audrey Mosley 8th Grade English Language Arts Classes

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Ms. Audrey Mosley 8th grade English Language Arts classes have been studying verbals.  They have learned to explain the function of verbals in general and in a particular sentence.  In one of the activities, the students worked in pairs to identify gerund, infinitive, or participle in movie, music group, or song titles.    

Ms. Tiffany Hagerson's Class

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The Third Grade students in Ms. Tiffany Hagerson’s class have been studying about rocks, minerals, and soil.  The students were visited by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and presented with an outdoor and hands on lesson.  Pictured are students representing a certain soil, while other students represent water and how easily it can move through the soil in our area.  


Monday, March 02, 2015

Mr. James McCullough's 5th Math Class

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Students in Mr. James McCullough’s 5th math class have been examining 2-dimensional shapes and their attributes (parallel sides, number of sides, etc). Using these characteristics, students have placed different shapes within specific groups (rectangle, polygon, etc) with some falling into more than 1 group. Wednesday, students worked within their cooperative groups on sorting several different shapes into 7 distinct groups based on these characteristics. Once they finished doing this, they...

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Friday, February 27, 2015

Mrs. Jamie McCullough's Class

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The 2nd grade students in Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s class at Webster County Elementary have been working hard to learn how to identify and use text features to help them better understand the text and locate information. We have read several books discussing the features, used Smartboard activities, worked in small groups to make posters of different text features. To wrap up the unit, students made their own nonfiction book with text features. 

The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet

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Students in Ms. Beth Blankenship’s 9th Grade English classes recently read The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.  Afterwards, the students completed a non-fiction reading activity entitled “What is the BEST age to get married?”  To begin with, students answered the following questions to help them identify their bias on this subject:  (1)  What is the best age to get married and why?  (2)  Where does this opinion come from?  (3)  Do you...

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