Webster County High School students recently gathered for the highly anticipated class ring ceremony. Mr. Carson Bowen, Herff Jones representative, 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.
Webster County School Faculty and Staff would like to thank the Howard Center for Women’s Health for the delicious lunch. Amber Cummings from the center spoke to all the teachers about women’s health. The teachers enjoyed the lunch provided by Olive Garden. A Michael Kors purse was given away and the lucky winner was Maxine Jordan.
The purpose of Child Find is to identify, locate, and evaluate children and youth, birth to age 21, who are suspected of or have a disability or developmental delay. This meeting will provide information about the services available from Webster County Schools for students with disabilities who are homeschooled or attend a private school.
The Webster County School District serves children ages 3-21 with identified special education needs. Please call Webster County Schools at 229-828-3365 for...
On Thursday, August 30, 2018, Webster County Schools will hold their annual open house from 4:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. All parents and students are invited to come out and meet the teachers, check on bus routes, and get class schedules.