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Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Mr. Wilder’s Chemistry Classes

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Mr. Wilder’s Chemistry classes at Webster County High School were busy during the month of February learning about chemical reactions. Students had the opportunity to use chemical reactions to create propulsion. Using test tubes, yeast, peroxide, glucose solutions, and balloons the students measured each solution and monitored the test tubes for the chemical reaction. Ultimately one of their solutions created enough carbon dioxide as a result of the chemical reaction to blow up a balloon.   Picture...

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Tuesday, February 27, 2018

9th-12th Quarter 2 Honor Roll

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Brandon Riggins 12 All A Honor Roll     Kaylee Hughes 12 All A Honor Roll     Yessica Mendoza 12 All A Honor Roll     Kyra Laney 11 All A Honor Roll     Nadia Carrasco-Saldana 11 All A Honor Roll     Jayla Hill 11 All A Honor Roll     Destiny Garza 11 All A Honor Roll     Taylor Casey 11 All A Honor Roll     Jacob James 11 All...

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K-8th Quarter 2 Honor Roll

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Kaylee Weil K All A Honor Roll Sa'Veajah Wright K All A Honor Roll Zoey Bennett K All A Honor Roll Kyrie Geddis K All A Honor Roll An'Tonyah McDonald K All A Honor Roll James Weil K All A Honor Roll Reagan McCullough K All A Honor Roll Kimora Andrews K All A Honor Roll Quavando Strayhorn K All A Honor Roll Gabriel Brown K All A Honor Roll Dakarlan Banks 1 All A Honor Roll Chloe Conger 1 All A Honor...

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Monday, February 26, 2018

TALL TALES

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The Webster County third grade students, in Mrs. Eddierene S. Prather’s reading class, have been studying tall tales.  The students had to work in small groups to create a tall tale booklet.  The booklet had to have an illustrated cover/title page, at least three examples of exaggeration, and each page in the booklet had to be illustrated.  The students enjoyed creating and illustrating the tall tale booklets.  The students did an excellent creating, illustrating, and...

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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Reagan McCullough and Bo Howard

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Reagan McCullough and Bo Howard, students in Ms Selma Mosley-Crawford’s Kindergarten class at Webster County Elementary School have learned about the way things move.  Reagan and Bo are sorting pictures according to whether the object has to be pushed or pulled in order to move it.  Students have enjoyed learning about motion.    


Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Mrs. Katha Scott's Economics Class

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Students in Mrs. Katha Scott's economics class at Webster County High School have been preparing for the Georgia Milestones End-Of-Course Assessment in Economics/Business/Free Enterprise. As part of their review, students were divided into groups and tasked with answering test-prep questions concerning macroeconomics. The groups competed against each other for a small reward and bragging rights. Cruz Wills, Logan Harris, and Toribio Mendoza comprised the winning group from our third period economics...

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Tuesday, February 13, 2018

“Polygon Creatures”

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Ms. Wright’s 2nd grade class is learning about Polygons. The students learned that a polygon can be identified by its edges and vertices. They created a creature made of polygons. After they were finished, the students had to write a paragraph about their creature explaining the polygons that they used. Pictured here are the members of Ms. Wright’s class.

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Friday, February 09, 2018

5th Grade Career Development in Government & Public Administration.

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Mrs. Pamela Alridge’s 5th grade students at Webster County learned about occupations in Government & Public Administration during advisement this month.  They discussed the responsibilities of the five different groups of the military. Students made paper hats that included the emblem of their selected military choice and are seen wearing them in the photos.     Pictured: 5th grade students Kyndall Underwood

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Tuesday, February 06, 2018

2017-2018 Webster County STAR Student

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As I am sure this is just one of the many awards that this young lady will receive throughout her life, there is no more deserving student for the 2017-2018 Webster County STAR Student that Kaylee Hughes. She is a young lady that I look at as one of my own children. John Wooden once said “If you are afraid to fail, you will never do the things you are capable of doing.”  As one that is never lacking for confidence, she has met every challenge thrown at her without fear of failure....

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2018 WCS Teacher of the Year

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Mrs. Sallie Minick has been chosen as the 2018 Webster County Schools Teacher of the Year. She is an inclusion teacher for our elementary and middle schools.  As an inclusion teacher, Mrs. Minick teaches alongside fellow classroom teachers teaching various subject areas at different grade levels.  When asked about co-teaching any subject/grade level in various classrooms, she replied, “I embrace the challenge and responsibility of establishing an environment where all children...

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Monday, February 05, 2018

Mr. Bailey’s 6th. Grade Social Studies Classes

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Mr. Bailey’s 6th. Grade Social Studies Classes are working diligently and cooperatively to complete their projects on Latin American countries. Jade Mendoza and Talia Jones decided to share information about the Caribbean Island of Puerto Rico.  


Thursday, February 01, 2018

"ADD ME ON SNAPCHAT"

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Students at Webster County Middle School are now able to interact with their Math Teacher, Mrs. Godwin, by using a tool that all kids love... Snapchat. Mrs. Godwin has created a Snapchat account where she posts photo-reminders of homework assignments. She also answers questions that the students have about their homework. Lots of students use Snapchat, so this is a great way to help her students stay on top of their work.

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