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Monday, October 21, 2019

“Pumpkin Jack”

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Miss Wright’s 2nd grade class listened to a story called Pumpkin Jack. The students used writing strategies to complete a writing activity. They enjoyed making their pumpkins and writing their stories. Pictured is Reagan McCullough

National Red Ribbon Week

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Join Webster County Schools In Celebrating National Red Ribbon Week – 2019 Wednesday, October 30th Thursday, October 31th Friday, November 1st “Red Out” To kick off Red Ribbon Week, students are encouraged to wear red to school to show their commitment to staying drug-free. “I’m drug-free from head to toe!” Students are invited to wear crazy socks and crazy hair to school to show that they are drug-free “from...

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Friday, October 18, 2019

Ms Gladys’ Moses’ 3rd Grade PE Class

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Students in Ms Gladys’ Moses’ 3rd Grade PE class at Webster County Schools are working across the curriculum by incorporating their Language Arts skills with their PE class. Students worked in groups to grab and sort letters to create words. After they finished making their words one of the team mates from each team ran to place the word in the center and ran back. The students really enjoyed this activity and they learned a lot.

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Friday, October 11, 2019

4th and 5th Grade Q1 Exam Schedule:

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Monday, October 21-Reading and Social Studies Tuesday, October 22-Math and Science Wednesday, October 23-ELA

Middle School Quarter 1 Exam Schedule:

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Monday, October 21-Reading and Math Tuesday, October 22-ELA & Science Wednesday, October 23-Social Studies 

High School Quarter 1 Exam Schedule:

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Monday, October 21-1st, 4th, 7th Period Exams Tuesday, October 22-2nd, 5th Period Exams Wednesday, October 23-3rd, 6th Period Exams


Tuesday, October 01, 2019

Webster County High School’s Student Council

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Webster County High School’s Student Council, sponsored by Mrs. Katha Scott, has joined forces with FBLA, sponsored by Mr. Michael Baker, to host our annual blood drive. Donations can be made on Thursday, October 10th between 3 and 7p.m. Appointments can be made in the school’s front office or by going to redcrossblood.org and using sponsor code Webster. Please remember, the need is constant and the gratification is instant. We hope to see you there.   IMG_0132 Toribio Mendoza,...

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Kalix Holmes, Fulton Bell and Keion Lundy

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Mr. Wilder's 9th grade students; Kalix Holmes, Fulton Bell, Keion Lundy started off the year learning about states of matter as well as physical and chemical properties of matter.  They are shown here prepping seeds for hydroponics grow tubes, and will be monitoring the progress and documenting physical and chemical changes of the seeds during the plant growth.   

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Mrs. Godwin’s 6th Grade Classes

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The math students in Mrs. Godwin’s 6th grade classes at Webster County Schools showed mastery of their skills in regards to ratios and proportions while participating in a Math Frenzy competition. Students were required to independently work on various problems and then show their hard work for comprehension. Students love to compete with one another while showing their prowess.  

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Bubble Gum Lab

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The 6th graders enjoyed a Bubble Gum Lab in Mrs. Godwin’s Math class while expanding their knowledge of ratios into unit rate. To further their understanding of unit rate, each student was given a piece of bubble gum to chew in timed increments. Students were then able to compare the unit rates between their small, large, and comfortable chomps during 15, 30, and 60 second increments. After recording their data on each table, students were able to identify their chewing speed based on their...

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