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Thursday, November 20, 2014

5th Graders Win 1st Place for the Best Dance

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Mrs. Pamela Alridge and Mr. James McCullough’s 5th grade students at Webster County won 1st Place in the 3rd thru 5th grade dance competition at their Homecoming Pep Rally, last Friday.  The 5th grade students won dancing to the 1960’s hit “Mashed Potato”.


Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Mrs. Jill Marshall's Class

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Mrs. Jill Marshall’s class has been learning about Thanksgiving, and all of the traditions that have been passed down over the years.  They have read several Thanksgiving stories in which they learned about the Pilgrims journey to the new world, and the big feast that they prepared with their Native American friends.  One of their favorite activities included making their own Thanksgiving feast, and eating it with their classmates.  The students did a great job with this,...

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Miss Julie Ryals, Mrs. Beverly Matthews' Student Teacher

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Miss Julie Ryals, Mrs. Beverly Matthews’ student teacher of Webster County School, is having fun with the pre-k students.  She has taught the students why we have Thanksgiving and all the things we have to be thankful for.  As part of the Thanksgiving Theme, Miss Julie talked to the students about how the Native Americans taught and helped the Pilgrims when they first came to America.   Miss Julie is guiding the students in decorating a vest.  The students were drawing...

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Mr. Blanchard's Agriculture Classes

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Mr. Blanchard’s agriculture classes have been feeding baby Holstein calves on a daily basis.  The AG mechanics’ class helped build a shed and provide heating units for the calves.  Students have been participating outside of school since the calves have to be feed 12 hours apart twice a day.

We Love Labs!

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Webster County High School science classes continue to perform laboratory experiments ensuring a greater understanding is reached for all students. While Mr. Rob Bailey has had all his classes (Anatomy, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology) this month focuses on the labs performed by his Chemistry and Biology students.             Bailey particularly enjoys the Biology lab as it is the first true lab the freshmen do in high school. The lab involves...

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Mrs. Jamie McCullough's 2nd grade class

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The students in Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s 2nd grade class at Webster County Elementary School have been working on informational writing. Students have practiced writing on a variety of topics. This week, students visited Coach Zachary Blanchard’s AG class and their new baby calves. Coach Blanchard’s students walked the students through the process of mixing the milk and the medicine and the correct way to feed the calves. Our high school students did a wonderful job explaining...

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Save a turkey, eat a.........?

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Students in Mrs. Jackson’s Kindergarten class at Webster County Elementary are getting ready for Thanksgiving! We read the book ‘Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving by Dav Pilkey. As a response to the story, students had to think about what they would have for Thanksgiving if they were not able to have turkey. We had many good responses, such as: bacon, cake, pizza, mac and cheese, noodles, spaghetti, apples, peas, tomato, and corn. 

Mrs. Terri Greene's 4th & 5th Grade ELA Classes

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Students in Mrs. Terri Greene’s   4th & 5th grade ELA classes have been learning about the elements of a paragraph.  Organizing their ideas is an extremely important step to having a well-written paragraph or paper.  Students are using a graphic organizer to compile their thoughts to write a paragraph about their favorite holiday. 

Homecoming Pep Rally

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4th Grader Alex Gomez dressed the part in his country attire for the Homecoming Pep Rally.  He is in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s homeroom class at Webster County Elementary.  Each grade level was given a special assignment for their performance at the pep rally.  4th Graders were asked to perform a country line dance.  Alex and his friends enjoyed dressing in “cowboy duds” to perform the “Watermelon Crawl” for their fellow bobcats.    

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Thursday, November 13, 2014

Elephant Toothpaste

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Eighth graders in Ms. Betty Eschmann’s science classes at Webster County Schools have been studying about physical and chemical changes. They recently made “elephant toothpaste” by mixing hydrogen peroxide, liquid dish detergent, and food coloring in a graduated cylinder. They then added yeast that had been dissolved in warm water. They witnessed a chemical change because a gas was created. A foamy substance oozed from the graduated cylinder. 


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Financial Planning for College Workshop

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Webster County Schools will host a Financial Planning for College workshop for all parents and students Monday, December 1, 2014 at 6:00pm in the cafeteria.  A representative from the Georgia Student Finance Commission, will be on campus to discuss options for managing the cost of college, types of financial aid available, and how to complete the Free Application for Student Aid (FASFA). The representative will also discuss GACollege411.org (www.GACollege411.org) which is the Georgia Department...

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Friday, November 07, 2014

Quarter 1 Honor Roll

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“A” Honor Roll- Kindergarten Harmoni Andrews, James Bridges, Robert Alex Bryant, Bryson Cooper, Joshua Elliott, Conner Ellis, Alyssa Foster, Serena Lockett, Lillian Owens, Audrey Perry, Mason Taylor, Jamarcus Walker, Logan Weeks, Peyton Weeks, Makayla Williams, Jayla Wills   “A/B” Honor Roll- Kindergarten De’Ja Bridges, Kailey Caudle, Demetreus Ellington, John Gomez-Moratalla, Alondra Green, Kymani Hardy, Kabrian Penn, Lillian Trusty, Kale Usher, Damarcus...

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Tuesday, November 04, 2014

Teaching Across The Curriculum: Musical Maps!

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The students in Mrs. Deidre Sterling’s and Mrs. Kathy Jackson’s Kindergarten classes would like to say, “Thanks” to Coach Michael Batts.  We have been learning about maps, the compass rose and the concept of cardinal directions:  North, South, East and West.  Coach Batts took the time to help students practice this skill in Physical Education!  There were several maps distributed on the gym floor.  Students walked while the music played.  Once...

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Monday, November 03, 2014

Mrs. Lana Bennett's Science Class

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4th Graders Austin Smith (bottom) and Jimmy Paul (top) pretend to be animals searching for food during an activity in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s Science class at Webster County Elementary.  Students were asked to collect food (cereal) from various feeding stations that had been placed around the room. Students had to work around many of the same obstacles as animals in the wild such as overpopulation, scarcity, competition, and physical adaptations that make it more or less difficult to find...

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Mrs. Beverly Matthews' Pre-k Class

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Mrs. Beverly Matthews’ pre-k class of Webster County School had Ms. Cammy Bearden come to their room and talk about the importance of washing our hands and keeping our hands to ourselves.  She explained that everyone has a “T-zone”.  She explained that the mucous membranes of our eyes, nose or mouth are where germs enter our body.  Ms. Cammy showed us the correct way to wash our hands.  She also showed us that when we cough or sneeze we should bend our arm...

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2014 Homecoming Court

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Webster County High School students recently selected the 2014 Homecoming Court.  These individuals will be recognized during the Bobcats' Homecoming Game vs Schley County on November 14, 2014.  The freshman representatives are Kaylee Hughes & Ny’Liah Thomas.  The sophomore representatives are Jada Moses & Haley Underwood.  The junior representatives are Savannah Donnelly & Desirrae Pollard.  The 2014 Homecoming Queen will be selected from the Senior...

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Webster County High School's Yearbook Staff

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Mrs. Alridge’s yearbook staff is sponsoring a Krispy Kreme doughnut fundraiser this month. Orders are due by Wednesday, November 5th and the pick-up date will be Thursday, November 13th between 1 p.m. & 4:30 p.m. at the Webster County School. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the school or       Mrs. Pamela Alridge for more information. Your participation and/or contribution is greatly appreciated!   Thank you,   The...

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Halloween Fun

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It has become a tradition for the faculty and staff at Webster County Schools to dress up on Halloween.  This year "Mrs. Doubtfire"," The Three Blind Mice", and characters from" The Walking Dead" series visited the students.  The Grammar Police even found it necessary to make an arrest for  not following the common rules of our English language.   The children look forward to this day to see just who might show up to teach them on this Halloween school day.  ...

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Friday, October 31, 2014

Mr. Michael Baker's Business Communication Class

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C’era Lockett works with Javorris Williams to perform a skit written by C’era explaining  the different types of plagiarism in Mr. Michael Baker’s Business Communication class at Webster County High School.


Thursday, October 30, 2014

Mrs. Jill Marshall's Class

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Mrs. Jill Marshall’s class has been studying about living and non-living things.  The students have enjoyed learning about the living things and their environments as well as some of the foods they eat.  One of their favorite activities was making clay.  They made the clay and then used cookie cutters, or made the animals themselves that we had talked about.  Later, they painted their animals and listed some facts about them in their interactive notebooks. 

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