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Friday, January 19, 2018

Jymari Payton

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Jymari Payton, a student in Mrs. Selma Mosley-Crawford’s Kindergarten Class at Webster County Elementary School has exceeded his sight words goal.  Students are expected to know 100 sight words by the end of Kindergarten. Jymari surpassed this goal and is now working on 2nd grade words. Way to go Jymari!!

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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Mrs. Scott’s Economics Classes

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Students in Mrs. Scott’s economics classes at Webster County High School have been using the new tablets to review for their semester exams.  Students use the app Kahoot! and teacher created quizzes to compete against each other as they answer questions relating to the fundamental economic concepts and microeconomics. Questions are displayed on the Smart Board and students answer individually from their tablets.    

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Ms. Gladys Moses' PE Class

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In Ms. Gladys Moses' PE class, students are preparing to perform an aerobic exercise for Open House in March 2018.  


Tuesday, January 09, 2018

Kinetic Golden Apple Award

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The Webster County Schools would like to congratulate Mrs. Susan Stephens, a first grade teacher, for receiving The Kinetic Golden Apple Award. Teachers are nominated for their impact on students for the Kinetic Golden Apple Award. The Kinetic Golden Apple Award is presented weekly during the school year. The recipient is featured during the 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. news on Wednesdays and the 5 a.m. and 6 a.m. news on Thursdays on WRBL News 3. Congratulations Mrs. Susan Stephens!    ...

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Tuesday, January 02, 2018

WCHS’s FBLA Celebrates American Enterprise Day

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  By: Destiny Garza, FBLA Historian The Webster County High School’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter and adviser, Mr. Michael Baker were invited by South Georgia Technical College’s Phi Beta Lambda chapter to attend their American Enterprise Day Program. The program was held in Americus, GA at South Georgia Technical College on November 15, 2017. This program commemorated the establishment of American Enterprise Day.  While attending this program all our FBLA...

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Friday, December 15, 2017

Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s 2nd Grade Class

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Webster County Elementary students have been traveling all around the world learning how different countries and cultures celebrate Christmas. In Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s 2nd grade class students traveled to Italy where they saw famous landmarks and learned of Old Befana and how she delivers treats and sweeps for the children of Italy.   Pic 1-Kamiya Tymes, Brooklyn Guined, Olivia Coston, Rainie McCullough work together to make a broom as the character Old Befana. Pic 2- DaVontae...

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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

5th Grade and The Great Depression

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Mrs. Pamela Alridge’s 5th grade students present their research projects.  The students have been learning about The Great Depression, The Dust Bowl, Franklin Roosevelt, and The New Deal.   Pictured below: (left to Right) Lysandra McNeill, Kinsley Hudson, & Savannah Tash Hanna Beckum, Cameron Barnes, & Audrey Herline      

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Ms. Wright’s 2nd Grade Class

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Ms. Wright’s 2nd grade class, are shown holding crafts they created for Santa. The students had a wonderful time making hats and writing Santa letters.


Friday, December 08, 2017

Ms. Betty Eschmann’s Classes

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Third graders in Ms. Betty Eschmann’s classes at Webster County Elementary have been studying about European explorers to the new world. They enjoyed making a book about Christopher Columbus in which they had to illustrate what each page was about. Pictured are Mason Taylor and Jamarcus Walker.  

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Thursday, November 30, 2017

What is personification?

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The Webster County students, in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s fifth grade reading class, know the answer to this question.  The students will tell you that personification is giving human qualities to non-human objects. Mrs. Prather read The Day the Crayons Came Home to the class.  The students had to listen for examples of personification to share with the class.  Then the students worked in small groups to create personification posters.  The students did a great job...

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WEBSTER SENIORS APPLY TO COLLEGE

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Webster County High School’s senior class received hands-on assistance applying to colleges during the school’s Apply to College Day event held Wednesday, November 29, 2017. The seniors applied to over eighty (80) colleges and universities. Volunteers for this event included: Ms. Beth Brooks, South Georgia Technical College, Mr. Tyler Pennington, Georgia Southwestern State University, and Ms. Tominica Pines, South Georgia Technical College. For more information about Webster County...

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Mr. Bailey’s 6th Grade Social Studies Classes

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Mr. Bailey’s 6th. Grade Social Studies classes are working cooperatively and diligently to complete their visual aids for their upcoming presentations. Students will share information on European countries of choice. Students will discuss topics such as government, culture, economics, and religion. Students pictured are Georgia Green and Haylie Roberts.  

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Ka’Leya Collins

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Ka’Leya Collins from Mrs. Jill Marshall’s class had a great time at the sock hop with her friends and Blaze the Bobcat!  


Friday, November 17, 2017

Ms. Moses 3rd Grade PE Class

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These 3rd grade students are walking the stairs. This activity will increase their aerobic capacity. The students really enjoyed doing this activity!  

What is personification?

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The Webster County students, in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s fifth grade reading class, know the answer to this question.  The students will tell you that personification is giving human qualities to non-human objects. Mrs. Prather read The Day the Crayons Came Home to the class.  The students had to listen for examples of personification to share with the class.  Then the students worked in small groups to create personification posters.  The students did a great job...

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Ka’Leya Collins

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Ka’Leya Collins from Mrs. Jill Marshall’s class had a great time at the sock hop with her friends and Blaze the Bobcat.


Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Ms. Selma Mosley-Crawford’s Kindergarten Class

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Students in Ms Selma Mosley-Crawford’s Kindergarten class are learning the letters of the alphabets. They are also learning letter sounds and words that begin with the letter of the week.  This week the letter was “i”. Weston Kelley, JaMiyah Hall, and An’Tonyah Mc Donald made an iguana using the letter “ i “ .  The students are enjoying making animals out of the letters.  

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Mrs. McCullough’s 2nd Grade Students

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Mrs. McCullough’s 2nd grade students at Webster County Elementary have been working extremely hard to learn how to be better readers and writers. In honor of the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday, students read an informative article about Wild Turkeys and identified the main idea and supporting details. Students then used the graphic organizer to write a summary of the article.     Turkey Reading and Writing- top row: Jaycee Thomas, Emma Minick, Carter Ingram, De’Khari...

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Ms. Wright’s 2nd Grade Class

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The students in Ms. Wright’s 2nd grade class had a blast writing a narrative story. They had to write about events that they do on Thanksgiving. After completing their writing, the students created and decorated a turkey. Students pictured from left to right are Karlee Underwood, Jarel Williams, Jacob Crimes, Ty Rowland , and Jayda Hall.  

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Thursday, November 09, 2017

9th -12th Quarter 1 Honor Roll

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Malaysha Reliford 9 All A Honor Roll Alisha Sylvester 9 All A Honor Roll Angier Wills 10 All A Honor Roll Torrance Laney 10 All A Honor Roll Sarah Campbell 10 All A Honor Roll Kyra Laney 11 All A Honor Roll Nadia Carrasco-Saldana 11 All A Honor Roll Destiny Garza 11 All A Honor Roll Brandon Riggins 12 All...

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