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Thursday, May 07, 2015

The Webster County High School’s Canvas Staff Dedicates This Years’ 2015 Yearbook to Ms. Lesley Hill.

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Lesley Lynn Hill was born and raised and currently resides in Americus, Georgia. She is the daughter of Mr. David and Mrs. Annie Shepherd and the youngest of three siblings. Lesley is a graduate of Georgia Southwestern State University and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. “The selection of Ms. Lesley Hill as the recipient of our 2015 yearbook dedication is absolutely wonderful. Ms. Hill, as technology director, does a superior job keeping our computers, cameras, website,...

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Webster County Recognizes Honor Graduates with Letterman Jacket Patch

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The Webster County Student Council recently awarded the Class of 2015 Graduates with honor graduate patch for their letterman jackets.   Mr. Jason F. Williams, Webster County High School Student Council Advisor stated, “The honor graduate patch is a small recognition of the impressive work of our honor graduates over their education at Webster County.”   Christopher Holet, a 2015 Webster County Honor Graduate who has joined the United States Marine Corps, displays his...

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Friday, May 01, 2015

Georgia Career Cluster Advisement Program

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The students of Webster County Schools participate in the Georgia Career Cluster Advisement program. Recently, Ms. Lesley Hill, Technology Director for Webster County Schools, visited fifth graders in correlation to the advisement program. She gave a presentation explaining the tasks she performs throughout the system such as managing the electronic sign, technology support for all school personnel, managing software, and any and all other duties involving technology. Ms. Hill gave the students...

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Mrs. Greene's 4th and 5th grades Language Arts Classes

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“Wow! I just learned that the expression “the Eagle has landed” came from Neil Armstrong (having said that when his spacecraft, Eagle, landed on the moon)!” said Chase McClure to Mrs. Marcia Roberts, Media Specialist for Webster County Schools. Obviously, Chase was reading a nonfiction text (biography) about Armstrong’s life including his accomplishments as an astronaut. Neil Armstrong was the person Chase chose to research after the students in Mrs. Greene’s...

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5th Graders in Mrs. Lana Bennett's Science class

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5th Graders in Mrs. Lana Bennett’s Science class at Webster Elementary enjoyed the warm spring weather by going outside to test their aircraft designs.  Each team decided on a design for their paper airplane.  Teams then sent their planes on several flights, recording the distance traveled each time.  Teams then altered their design and flew the same number of flights again to see how each change affected the flight of the plane.  Students discussed other elements that...

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Mrs. Jamie McCullough's 2nd Grade Class

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Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s 2nd grade class of WebsterCountyElementary School recently visited Plains, Georgia on a wonderful field trip. On this trip students took a walking tour of downtown Plains to see the Rosalynn Carter’s Butterfly Trail. Students then visited Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm where they learned how Jimmy Carter’s everyday life was far different from ours today. Students had two wonderful park rangers who gave the tour and taught students to wash clothes, sweep...

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America the Beautiful

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Students in Mrs. Jackson’s Kindergarten class have been studying about U.S. Symbols. As a review students made a booklet with red white and blue colored paper identifying different U. S. Symbols. Among the symbols were: the bald eagle, Statue of Liberty, Mount Rushmore and the American Flag. I was very proud of how well the students completed their assignment.

Ms. Betty Eschmann’s Science Classes

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Eighth graders in Ms. Betty Eschmann’s science classes at Webster County Schools made a device called a versorium. A versorium, a device that turns, was first described by Sir William Gilbert in 1600. Students balanced a one inch by five inch aluminum foil “tent” and then a paper “tent” on a pencil point that had been stuck through the bottom of an inverted styrofoam cup. They made predictions about what would happen when bringing a styrofoam plate, a styrofoam plate...

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Ms. Beth Blankenship’s Senior Class

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At Webster County High School, students in Ms. Beth Blankenship’s Senior English class have been studying George Orwell’s Animal Farm, and they have been working on propaganda projects.  

Feral Hog Lab at Webster

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The seniors at Webster County High School have once again learned a great deal about human anatomy by dissecting a feral hog. This year’s seniors from Mr. Rob Bailey’s Anatomy and Physiology class skinned, beheaded, removed all the internal organs, and cut up the meat from an eighty pound boar. The students this year picked the names of organs from a cup and then had to cut out that specific organ. For example there were four students who had to skin the hog, two who removed the lungs,...

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Mrs. Stephens' First Grade Class

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Students in Mrs. Stephens' First Grade at WebsterCo.Elementary School celebrated the end of their math unit on measuring with some fun and games.  The students participated in Measurement Olympics.  They were divided into four stations where they competed against the other first grade class in activities such as the Javelin Throw, Frisbee Toss,  Frog Jump, and Golf.  At each station, they were required to measure the distance achieved with a nonstandard unit of measure.  ...

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Spring Formal Dance

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The Webster County Middle School had their Spring Formal Dance on March 28, 2015. The Cafeteria was decorated beautifully. A thanks goes to Mrs. Keely Metheny and Mrs. Amanda Rice for the decorations and the delicious refreshments. The students voted for their King and Queen and this year’s King was KeShawn Campbell and the Queen was Jatara Frazier. Congratulations to these two students. 

Webster Students Visit Rosa Parks, “The Mother of the Civil Rights Movement,” Performance

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The Webster County fourth and fifth graders in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s reading class went to Plains, Georgia to watch a performance about Rosa Parks.  Joanna Maddox was the actress.  During the performance, she told about her involvement in the Civil Rights Movement and how she became known as “The Mother of the Civil Rights Movement.” She had volunteers from the audience come to the stage to act out picking cotton and singing, “We Shall Overcome.” After...

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Top Readers

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These students in Ms. T. Hagerson’s third grade class met their Reading Goal each of the four grading periods. They are De’Ajah Bell, Davyn Campbell, Art Rowland, and Jade Mendoza.  These students will also be participating in the end of the year reading celebration…way to go!  

Mobile Dairy

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Ms. Holmes’ third grade class along with the Pre-K through 2nd grade classes enjoyed the Mobile Dairy.  They learned about cows that produce the milk that we drink, the process of milking those cows, and they were able to witness “Molly” the cow being milked.

Spring Fling

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On Friday, April 24th, Webster County Schools held its annual Spring Fling from 5 to 8 p.m.  This year inflatable objects were rented for all ages.  There was a toddler playground, Zorb Track, Log Slammer, Castles, Water slides, Pitch Burst, and a Bucking Bull.   Everyone had a great time.  


Monday, April 27, 2015

4th Graders Reading Across the Curriculum

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Mrs. Pamela Alridge’s 4th grade students at Webster County are reading historical fiction this week in Social Studies. “Reading across the curriculum is very essential for students to develop a more sophisticated understanding of literature and a true love of reading,” says Alridge. The 4th graders have being introduced to a variety of great works of literature this school year and are being encouraged to read more during their summer break.

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Monday, April 20, 2015

Mrs. Jamie McCullough's 2nd Grade Class

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Mrs. Jamie McCullough’s 2nd grade class of Webster County Elementary School recently visited Plains, Georgia on a wonderful field trip. On this trip students took a walking tour of downtown Plains to see the Rosalynn Carter’s Butterfly Trail. Students then visited Jimmy Carter’s Boyhood Farm where they learned how Jimmy Carter’s everyday life was far different from ours today. Students had two wonderful park rangers who gave the tour and taught students to wash clothes,...

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Tuesday, April 07, 2015

PUBLIC NOTICE

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There will be a public meeting held on Monday, April 20, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. in the Webster County Schools cafeteria. This meeting is to discuss the Flexibility options – Strategic School System, Charter, and Status Quo. 


Friday, April 03, 2015

Track Meet

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Three of Webster County’s 2015 future graduates had an outstanding performance at their recent track meet. Joshua Jackson placed 1st in the 800.  Gilbretta Greene placed 2nd in the Long Jump and DeChristian Walton placed 2nd in Shot Put. 

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