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Friday, September 23, 2016

Mrs. Lana Bennett’s 5th Grade Class

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Josiah Remy (left) and Micheal Crull (right) learn the importance of working together to complete an experiment in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s 5th grade class at Webster County Elem.  In order to complete the task students had to work together.  Students had to thread a gummy worm through a gummy life saver using only a couple of paper clips.  They were not allowed to touch the worm or gummy saver with their hands.  The project forced students to identify each other’s strengths...

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Thursday, September 22, 2016

“What time is it?”

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“What time is it?” The students in Ms. Wright’s 2nd grade class at Webster County Elementary School are learning about “time”. The students are working with a partner to find the given time provided by the teacher on a clock. The students were telling time by the hour. Students present from left to right are Peyton Weeks and Alyssa Foster.

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Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s 2nd Grade Class

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Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s 2nd grade students at Webster County Elementary have been learning about the three states of matter. Students were discussing properties of solids and how mass tell how much space an object takes up. Students weighed themselves then ordered themselves from least to most mass. Jerel Williams had the least mass of the students in our classroom and our senior helper, Jacob Campbell, had the most.   

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Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Leticia Gomez

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Leticia Gomez is learning about the letter g. She identifies the uppercase and lowercase g. She also learned the sounds that the letter g makes.  Leticia is a kindergartener in Mrs. Selma Mosley-Crawford’s class at Webster County Elementary.   


Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Be a Good Citizen!

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Students in Mrs. Jackson’s Kindergarten class at Webster County Elementary are learning about being a good citizen. Students sorted pictures of good citizens and bad citizens. Afterwards, they glued them under the correct column on the chart paper.    

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Ms. Betty Eschmann’s Science Classes

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Sixth graders in Ms. Betty Eschmann’s science classes at Webster County Schools are studying about rocks and minerals. Recently, they investigated several different minerals. They performed streak tests on porcelain tiles to see what color, if any, these minerals left behind. Pictured are Bryce Protho, Logan Smith and Alex Gomez.  

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Webster County Schools Welcomes New Teachers

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Mrs. Amy Benton, high school science teacher, has been teaching for 24 years.  She has a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry.  She stated that a small school environment with great faculty & students is what brought her to Webster County to teach.  Miss Lou Wright, second grade teacher, has been teaching for 2 years.  She has a Masters of Early Childhood Education.  She lives in Preston, GA and is excited to be able to come back to teach at the school where she did her...

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Open House

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The Webster County School Open House was successful. Mrs. Ann Swain met with several students during the open house.Pictured are Shelby Sizemore and her younger sister.  Bottom photo are Jayde Irlbeck and Taylor Harnage. The event was a great way to start off the new year. 


Friday, September 09, 2016

Mrs. Terri Greene’s 5th Grade Homeroom

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Students in Mrs. Terri Greene’s 5th grade homeroom have the opportunity to practice writing their names in cursive each morning during their homeroom time. The teacher provides them with a laminated copy of their name written in cursive and the student uses dry-erase strips to practice writing their name as close to the example that is before them.  Students then erase their attempt and try again.                    

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Webster County High School Students Receive Class Rings

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Webster County High School students recently gathered for the highly anticipated class ring ceremony. Carson Bowen, representative from Herff Jones, presented class rings to members of the junior class. Class rings began as a tradition at West Point Military Academy in 1835, when students started wearing them to show their unity and as a remembrance of the time they spent at the Academy. Since then, high school class rings have symbolized a significant achievement for students. Herff Jones...

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Tuesday, September 06, 2016

Webster County High School Senior Portrait Day

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Webster County High School’s senior class of 2017 participated in senior portrait sessions with Life Touch Friday, August 26, 2016.  This event marks the beginning of senior year for Webster County students. Webster County High School’s graduation is Saturday, May 13, 2017 at 9:00 am in the school gymnasium.  If you have any questions, please contact Dorothy Young Crimes, Assistant Principal/CTAE Director at dcrimes@webster.k12.ga.us or 229-828-3365.  

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Thursday, September 01, 2016

WCS Bus Drivers

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Pictured are the Webster County bus drivers for the 2016-2017 school term.  They are professionals that take their job seriously as they transport our students to and from school and any extracurricular activities.      PHOTO:   Left to Right:  Ulysses  Williams, Greg Riggins, Alice Walker, Hank Harry, Scott Hudson, Derricca Holmes, James McCullough

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Code of Ethics for Educators

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Ms. Kelly Boswell, a P.A.G.E. attorney from Albany, GA  updated the Webster County Faculty and Staff on the Code of Ethics for Educators.  She spent time going over each of the standards that represent the conduct generally accepted by the education profession.  She was very informative and gave examples of cases concerning educators.   

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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Webster County Teachers Get Training

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On Friday, August 26, 2016, the Webster County teachers returned for their first day of pre-planning.  Dr. Jimmy Stokes, Executive Director for Georgia Association of Educational Leaders, presented a 3-hour training for Tribunals.  The workshop was very informative and well received by all teachers and administrators in attendance.   

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Monday, July 25, 2016

NOTICE

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The Webster County School System invites all parents, community and business leaders to attend a meeting on Monday, August 1 at 8:00 AM.  This will offer all stakeholders the opportunity to review and to have input into the writing of the 2016-2017 Parent/Teacher/Student Compacts, Parent Involvement Plan, School Improvement Plans, and the Consolidated Application/CLIP (a written plan for federal funds received by the system).  The meeting will be held in the Webster County School cafeteria....

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