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

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

Founded:
1949
  • Dec 1 at 6:24 PM
    The One Webster high school computer science students continue to excel in competition that is anything but basic. Most recently they took part in the Bebras Computing Challenge, which introduces computational thinking to students. The challenge, held annually in November, is organized in more than 30 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. Each participant gets 45 minutes to answer 15 multiple-choice questions that focus on computational and logical thinking. Forty-seven Webster Thomas students and 50 Webster Schroeder students competed. Best of School honors went to Thomas Alessandra Visca and Schroeders Kevin Bates in the Junior division, and the Warriors Henry Edmondson and Jensen Li and the Titans AJ Finn in the Senior division. The Bebras Computing Challenge awarded Honor Roll status to students performing in the top 25 percent of their school. Webster Thomas students achieving this honor were: in the Junior division, Nolan White, Molly Veerkamp, McKayla Kardas, Kyle Wilbert, Jared Kaufman, Jacob Kingsley, James Ciminelli, Katie Lovell, and Kyle Mertz; and in the Senior division Jack Griebel, Kyle Weetman, and Andrew Thompson. Webster Schroeder students achieving this honor were: in the Junior division, Alexander Gulvin, Abigail Moon, Madison Ball, Jaren Cascino, Samuel Cruz, Aidan Cheeseman, and Nehal Vyas; and in the Senior division, Anirudh Sharma, Matthew Ryan, Kyle Mueller, and Payton Hall. Sage Miller is the Webster Schroeder Programming Club advisor, and Jamie Fagan is the Webster Thomas Programming Club advisor. Both teach computer science and other computer-related courses in their respective schools.
  • Dec 1 at 2:36 PM
    Congratulations to Willink Middle School Titans CARE to Make a Difference November award winners Abby, Allison, Ryan, Tayah, Autumn, Amariah, Alexander, Logan and Tyler! They were chosen for this honor because they meet the CARE (Cooperation, Accountability, Respect, Excellence) criteria of performing random acts of kindness, positively contributing to their school and/or community, having a positive influence on their friends, and serving as good role models.
  • Nov 29 at 5:00 PM
    One WCSD Family Flu Clinic remains this season: Tuesday, December 5, 4:30-6:30PM, Willink Middle School. The clinic, offered by Workplace Vitality Flu Prevention Partners, is NOT free; insurance is required. Most major insurances cover this. Cost without insurance is $40 per person, cash or check. No credit cards will be accepted. Insurance questions should be refereed to your insurance carrier. Medical questions should be referred to ones doctor. Administrative questions may be directed to Althea Mix-Bryan, nurse coordinator, at 670-5217.
  • Nov 29 at 1:18 PM

Dec 1, 6:24 PM

The One Webster high school computer science students continue to excel in competition that is anything but basic. Most recently they took part in the Bebras Computing Challenge, which introduces computational thinking to students. The challenge, held annually in November, is organized in more than 30 countries and designed to get students all over the world excited about computing. Each participant gets 45 minutes to answer 15 multiple-choice questions that focus on computational and logical thinking. Forty-seven Webster Thomas students and 50 Webster Schroeder students competed. Best of School honors went to Thomas Alessandra Visca and Schroeders Kevin Bates in the Junior division, and the Warriors Henry Edmondson and Jensen Li and the Titans AJ Finn in the Senior division. The Bebras Computing Challenge awarded Honor Roll status to students performing in the top 25 percent of their school. Webster Thomas students achieving this honor were: in the Junior division, Nolan White, Molly Veerkamp, McKayla Kardas, Kyle Wilbert, Jared Kaufman, Jacob Kingsley, James Ciminelli, Katie Lovell, and Kyle Mertz; and in the Senior division Jack Griebel, Kyle Weetman, and Andrew Thompson. Webster Schroeder students achieving this honor were: in the Junior division, Alexander Gulvin, Abigail Moon, Madison Ball, Jaren Cascino, Samuel Cruz, Aidan Cheeseman, and Nehal Vyas; and in the Senior division, Anirudh Sharma, Matthew Ryan, Kyle Mueller, and Payton Hall. Sage Miller is the Webster Schroeder Programming Club advisor, and Jamie Fagan is the Webster Thomas Programming Club advisor. Both teach computer science and other computer-related courses in their respective schools.

Dec 1, 2:36 PM

Congratulations to Willink Middle School Titans CARE to Make a Difference November award winners Abby, Allison, Ryan, Tayah, Autumn, Amariah, Alexander, Logan and Tyler! They were chosen for this honor because they meet the CARE (Cooperation, Accountability, Respect, Excellence) criteria of performing random acts of kindness, positively contributing to their school and/or community, having a positive influence on their friends, and serving as good role models.

Nov 29, 5:00 PM

One WCSD Family Flu Clinic remains this season: Tuesday, December 5, 4:30-6:30PM, Willink Middle School. The clinic, offered by Workplace Vitality Flu Prevention Partners, is NOT free; insurance is required. Most major insurances cover this. Cost without insurance is $40 per person, cash or check. No credit cards will be accepted. Insurance questions should be refereed to your insurance carrier. Medical questions should be referred to ones doctor. Administrative questions may be directed to Althea Mix-Bryan, nurse coordinator, at 670-5217.

Nov 29, 1:18 PM