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Thursday, September 18, 2014

4th Grade: Learning About Early Native Americans

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Mrs. Pamela Alridge’s 4th grade students at Webster County are learning about early Native American cultures that settled in North America. Students work in small groups and use a variety of sources to gather information, including an interactive SmartBoard.

Ms. Beth Blankenship’s Senior English Classes

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Students in Ms. Beth Blankenship’s Senior English classes began the school year researching the various periods of British Literature and the relationship between place and literature.  Students were divided into groups and assigned a period, and the groups were tasked with making a poster representing important things from that particular period.


Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Kindergarten Collage

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Webster County Elementary School students in Mrs. Jackson’s science class are learning about their five senses. In an effort to do cross curricular activities, students read the book, Lucy’s Picture. Lucy’s Picture is about a little girl making a picture for her blind grandfather. She doesn’t want to do just a painting, but a collage. At the end of the story, Grandpa is able to touch Lucy’s Picture and still “see” it. So, we made our own collage to use...

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Welcome back!

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Mrs. Ann Swain of Webster County Middle School would like to welcome all middle school students, new and old, back to school. We are looking forward to a great school year.  Parents please read over all syllabuses and understand what is expected from the students for each class. Please know that we are available daily for your concerns. Each class syllabus lists contact information and available times for each teacher.  The student handbook has a student calendar for dates of progress...

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Ms. Betty Eschmann’s Science Classes

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  Seventh graders in Ms. Betty Eschmann’s science classes at Webster County Schools are learning about populations and communities. They have learned that biotic factors are living things, and that abiotic factors are nonliving things found in nature. Recently, they found outdoor scenes in magazines and labeled all the biotic and abiotic factors. 

Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s Class

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The 2nd grade students in Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s class at Webster County Elementary has kicked off the school year learning all about place value in math! Students have been working hard completing a wide range of activities such as interacting with the Smartboard and using manipulatives such as base ten blocks, beans, popsicle sticks, place value charts, and place value cards to learn about the different ways to represent numbers! 


Thursday, September 11, 2014

Webster County Football

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WebsterCountyJV football experienced their first victory on September 5, 2013 at home vs Central Talbot with a score of 27-0. Our boys have worked hard and are looking forward to the rest of the season. Our boys are coached by Keeyon Battle (head), James McCullough (asst.), John Greene (asst.), and Zachary Blanchard (asst.)

Mrs. Terri Greene’s 4th & 5th Grade English/Language Arts Classes

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This year in Mrs. Terri Greene’s 4th & 5th grade English/Language Arts classes, students will be using interactive notebooks.  It is an interactive notebook because students are actively involved in taking notes and placing information they are learning in their notebooks.  They have an opportunity to cut, glue, and color their information.  The students think this is fun and while having fun, they are learning the important standards and concepts for the class.   ...

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Mrs. Beverly Matthews' Pre-K Class

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Mrs. Beverly Matthews’ pre-k class of Webster County School was very excited on their first day of school.  In Mrs. Beverly’s room are triplets:  Ansley, Madisynn, and Blake Bearden.  Mrs. Beverly has been teaching for almost 25 years and has never had the privilege of teaching triplets.  Randy Ellis, Emma Minick, Liliana Hernandez, and Jay’Cee Thomas are seated at the round table with all smiling faces.  Mia Wells and Cameron Richards are equally excited...

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Friday, September 05, 2014

Your Reality – Your Voice: Educating the Changing Faces of Georgia

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September 29 – October 3, 2014   PAGE is welcoming community members from the schoolhouse to the boardroom, with parents and community members, to better understand the relationship between Education and Economic Development. With 27.2% of the state's children living in poverty, Georgia now has the 6th highest childhood poverty rate in the nation, we must discuss the impact of poverty on our state. Claire Suggs and Taifa Butler, Georgia Budget and Policy Institute will speak and by...

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Tuesday, September 02, 2014

Webster County School has Successful Open House

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On Thursday, August 28th, Webster County Schools open house was well attended by parents and students.  Students has the opportunity to participate in a scavenger hunt where they visited  different information tables.   They were able to learn about bus routes, purchase agendas and t-shirts, and many other activities planned for the upcoming school year.  Before leaving, they were to turn in their scavenger hunt paper and  a drawing for winners will be chosen when...

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Webster County Student Teachers

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Webster County Elementary School would like to welcome these student teachers from Georgia Southwestern State University and South GA Technical College  to our school.  We are excited to have them working with our students and teachers as they reach the end of their educational course work.  


Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Notice:

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The Webster County Nutrition Program offers Breakfast and Lunch at "NO COST".


Thursday, August 21, 2014

Open House

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On Thursday, August 28, 2014, Webster County Schools will hold their annual open house from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.   All parents and students are invited to come out and meet the teachers, check on bus routes, and get class schedules. 


Thursday, August 07, 2014

Webster County High School Faculty

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Webster County School System welcomes Zachary Blanchard and Paige Ellis to the Webster County High School faculty.

Webster County Teachers Receive Training

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Webster County teachers came together to receive training on the new Teacher Keys Effectiveness System that will be used to evaluate them beginning this school term. Ms. Whitney Glisson from the Department of Education conducted the orientation. Teachers were able to access their accounts by using their iPads and laptops.


Thursday, June 26, 2014


Monday, June 16, 2014

DRESS CODE:

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There is a positive relationship between a neat, appropriate appearance and a good learning environment. Good grooming and appropriate dress are expected of all students. Students are required to show proper attention to cleanliness, neatness, and conservative standards in dress and appearance. Current safety issues are addressed by the student dress code. The dress code is intended to be fair and equal in promoting a good stable learning environment and modeling for the future success of students....

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

2014-2015 Webster County School Council Members

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Katha Scott (Teacher)                                             -                                    ...

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