Webster Central School District

Webster Central School District

Founded:
1949

The Webster Central School District is a public school district in New York State that serves approximately 8,800 students in the town and village of Webster and portions of Penfield in Monroe County and portions of Ontario and Walworth in Wayne County with about 1,350 employees and an operating budget of $140.6 million (~$15,964 per student). The average class size is 20 for grades K–2, 21 for grades 3–5, and 26 for grades 6–8, and 25 for grades 9–12. Wikipedia

Webster Central School District

Founded:
1949

The Webster Central School District is a public school district in New York State that serves approximately 8,800 students in the town and village of Webster and portions of Penfield in Monroe County and portions of Ontario and Walworth in Wayne County with about 1,350 employees and an operating budget of $140.6 million (~$15,964 per student). The average class size is 20 for grades K–2, 21 for grades 3–5, and 26 for grades 6–8, and 25 for grades 9–12. Wikipedia

Mar 7, 6:56 PM

Mar 7, 6:56 PM

Mar 7, 5:39 PM

Attention Webster Schroeder High School juniors, seniors and parents! The Webster Aquatic Center is hosting the Niagara LSC swim event Thursday, March 9 - Sunday, March 12. This will affect traffic on the Schroeder campus during afternoon pick-up on Thursday and morning drop off and afternoon pick-up on Friday. Expect delays and plan accordingly. There is NO student parking in the aquatic center (junior) parking lot after school on Thursday or Friday. Students must park in the north senior lot on these days. Also, NO student parking is allowed in the back faculty lot (near the gym). Faculty and staff may continue to park in their lots.

Mar 7, 1:06 PM

College and Career Planning Night for junior parents and students is being presented at Webster Schroeder High School Auditorium on Wednesday, March 8 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The program is for BOTH Webster Thomas and Webster Schroeder high school families. Speakers include David Roberts, associate director of freshman admissions at Saint John Fisher College, and Angela Wesley, admissions advisor at SUNY Brockport. They will discuss: Getting In - the college application process, the common application, deadlines, letters of recommendation, college essays, admissions criteria, SATs and ACTs. There will also be a discussion of financial aid opportunities including filing the FAFSA with the new early filing in October, scholarships, merit and need awards. Admission to College and Career Planning Night is free.