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Monday, May 23, 2016

The Webster County High School’s Canvas Staff Dedicates This Year’s 2016 Yearbook to Mrs. Brenda Cox

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Mrs. Brenda Huddleston Cox has dedicated 15 years to the Webster County School System. She was born in Columbus, Georgia and was raised in Richland, Georgia. Mrs. Cox graduated from Tri-County High School in 1978. She is a loving wife to her husband, Mark Cox, mother to her son, Justin, and to her daughter, Hannah. She is also a grandmother to granddaughter, Zoey. Mrs. Cox loves the beach, shopping, Christmas, and spending valuable time with her family. “I have no difficulty writing about...

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Peyton Week, Jayla Willis, Kale Usher, and Mason Taylor

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Peyton Week, Jayla Willis, Kale Usher, and Mason Taylor were “spot on” with their reading this year. These students meet their reading goal for the entire year. As a reward, the students were treated to a day of fun on water slides. The students had a splashing good time. Mrs. Selma Mosley-Crawford, their First Grade teacher at Webster County Schools is very proud of the dedication of these students and their parents.


Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Webster County High School Awards more Microsoft Certifications

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Webster County High School awarded six more Microsoft Office Specialist Certifications to Prepare Students for College and Career. Mary Chesnut, Brandon Riggins, Emily Harnage, Kyra Laney, Destiny Garza, and Kaylee Hughes earned their MOS Certifications in Microsoft Word. These are students enrolled in Mr. M. Baker’s Business Administration courses at Webster County High School. The Microsoft Office Specialist certification is an industry-recognized, standards-based credential for validating...

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Monday, May 09, 2016

SCHOOL COUNCIL ELECTION

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The Webster County School (WCS) Council will hold an election on Monday, May 16, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. for current parents to serve as a member for a two-year term.  If you are a current parent of a student at the WCS and interested in qualifying for the position, please stop by the main office of the school on Friday, May 13, 2016 between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon.

How to make Dinosaurs Safe

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Chelsea Carter, coordinator for Safe Routes Georgia, is seen here reading a new book she has for this year. The book is How to make Dinosaurs Safe. Coach Michael Batts’ kindergarten and 1st grade students from Webster County Schools listen as she reads to them on how to be safe.  

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Mrs. Katha Scott's American Government Class

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Students in Mrs. Katha Scott's American government class at Webster County High School have just concluded a study of political parties.  As part of this study, students researched the organization of political parties and the origins of the Democratic and Republican parties.  Students also learned about the different types of primaries and independent candidates.  They created a visual display of the key elements of their study and presented these to their peers.    ...

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Did You See That?!

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Kindergarten students at Webster County Elementary enjoyed the opportunity to do some “big kid science” by looking at various slides through the microscope. We would like to send out a special thank you to Shayla Armour, Micario Mendoza and Wesley Scott of Mr. Rob Bailey’s 12th grade Biology class for all of your patience! 

Mrs. Lana Bennett’s 5th Grade Science Class

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Chase McClure, a student in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s 5th Grade Science Class at Webster Co. Elem., is explaining the idea of a Healthy Plate.  Students in Chase’s class have enjoyed learning about healthy food choices.  They have learned which foods belong in each food group, and how to eat healthy portions of each.  To complete the lesson, students were asked to create a dinner menu for one week that included a healthy assortment of foods from each food group.  A prize...

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The End of …..Sentences?

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Students in Mrs. Jackson’s Kindergarten class at Webster County Elementary are learning about punctuation at the end of a sentence. Students read the sentences and then decided whether a period, question mark, or exclamation point was needed at the end of the sentences. Afterwards, students cut the sentences out and sorted them into the appropriate pail that was labeled with each punctuation mark. It was a lot of fun!

Mr. Rob Bailey’s Class

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Chemistry students at Webster County High School, as in most high schools, study pH. In Mr. Rob Bailey’s class, which is mostly comprised of juniors, students not only test compounds to determine their acidic or alkaline content, but they boil red cabbage as the juice is a pH indicator. The juice from the red cabbage turns red or pink when exposed to acids and turns yellow or green when in contact with a base. The students tested not only compounds from the school and those brought in by...

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USING DETAILS TO MAKE INFERENCES

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The Webster County Fifth grade students in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s reading class learned about referring to details and examples when explaining what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences from the text. The words explicit, details, and inference were explained to the class. Then a short passage was put on the smart board.  A volunteer orally read the passage to the class. In the passage, there were explicit questions and inference questions.  For the inference...

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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s Class

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Second Grade students in Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s class at Webster County Elementary School have been learning about the lifecycle of many types of animals. From butterflies and frogs who go through complete metamorphosis, to mammals, to plants, they have learned about them all! Kaleb Collins brought a caterpillar to class to show what a butterfly looks like in the larval stage. He explained that soon he would go into the pupa stage and make a chrysalis where he would go through complete...

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“ZOOTOPIA”

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Mrs. Ann Swain’s Webster County Middle School Reading students who read 1 Million words were treated to the movie, “ZOOTOPIA”, on Friday April 15.  These students enjoyed a well deserved treat. Congratulations again for reading a million words this school year.  

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Friday, April 15, 2016

HONOR ROLL

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The students in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s fourth grade homeroom at Webster County Elementary School have been working very hard academically.  The following students achieved honor roll for Quarter Three.    A Honor Roll: Davyn Campbell Mikari Euline Audrey Newman A/B Honor Roll: Lindsay Chadwick Georgia Green Haylie Roberts Art Rowland Savannah Stuart

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Mrs. Terri Greene’s Language Arts Classes

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Fourth grade students in Mrs. Terri Greene’s Language arts classes have been learning about subject-verb agreement.  After completing a “discovery” exercise, students were put with a partner to work on identifying if the sentences provided used correct or incorrect subject-verb agreement.  The students really enjoyed this activity and seem to understand the concept of making their subjects and verb agree not only in their writings but also in their speech. 

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Coach Batts’ 8th grade Physical Education Class

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Coach Batts’  8th grade Physical Education class at Webster County Middle/High school  is seen here hiding eggs in the gym due to bad weather. The students had a blast hiding the eggs as much as the little ones liked hunting the eggs.


Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Easter Egg Hunt

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First grade students at Webster County Elementary School had a "hoppin'" good time at this year's Easter Egg Hunt.  It was held on March 25th.  Due to inclement weather, the students had to hunt in the gym but they did not seem to mind at all.  Each student made a basket to hold an egg carton that was numbered 1-12.  All eggs were also numbered 1-12 and the students had to find eggs to match the numbers in their carton.  Pictured is Harmoni Andrews from Mrs. Susan Stephens'...

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Did You See That?!

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Kindergarten students at Webster County Elementary enjoyed the opportunity to do some “big kid science” by looking at various slides through the microscope. We would like to send out a special thank you to Shayla Armour, Micario Mendoza and Wesley Scott of Mr. Rob Bailey’s 12th grade Biology class for all of your patience!   

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Tuesday, April 05, 2016

WCHS Prom

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It was prom time again for the 2015-16 school year, and this one went off with a bang! Not only was there eating, dancing, and socializing, but also, a guest appearance from none other than President Jimmy and Mrs. Rosalynn Carter. They were gracious enough to pose with all of the prom goers as well as servers and faculty chaperones. Shown here are the teachers representing Webster County High School. The night was a hit!  

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Webster FBLA Attends State Leadership Conference

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The Webster County High School chapter of Future Business Leaders of America attended the FBLA State Leadership Conference in Athens, GA on March 5-8, 2016. The Webster County chapter had eleven delegates attend the chapter. The attending members were Jykieria Williams, Matele King, Willow Blodgett, Hanna Harrison, Kailey Hudson, Kimberly Williams, Xavier Blodgett, Colby Guined, Jayla Hill, Macario Mendoza, and Thomas Price. The members were chaperoned by Mr. Baker and Ms. Lesley Hill. The members...

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