Freshman Kick Off

September 22, 2023

We have had a very active group of 9th graders this year. In addition to the Service Learning Experiences which continued this week, we also had our Annual Link Crew Kickball Game under the lights on Monday. It was a beautiful evening to be outside and around 75 students came out to listen to some music and have a little fun. Thank you to our Link Leaders for coming out and hosting this event from our newest Titans.
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Titan Updates

Letters of Commendation Awarded

Congratulations to the following students who were among the top 50,000 scores out of the 1.5 million exams on last year's PSAT. They are being recognized with a letter of commendation from the College Board.

College Reps are lining up!

Attention sophomores, juniors and seniors - colleges are visiting Thomas this school year. You may sign up to meet with college admission reps in your naviance account. Some colleges that are coming are Case Western, Penn State, Ithaca and the University of Vermont. If you need help signing up, stop into the counseling center and see Ms. Marcello.

Interested in careers in the construction?

Are you interested in careers in the construction industry? If so please join us for an interactive construction field trip on October 19th. Students will be able to network with employers, apprenticeship programs and college representatives. There will also be hands-on activities and equipment demonstrations! Spots are limited so please visit the counseling center for a permission slip ASAP.

Clubs Forming

Next week we will be having a club and activity fair during lunches on Thursday and Friday. Some of our clubs and teams have already started forming. It's not too late to join and get involved. Check out the following offerings and the full listing below.

Video Game Club

Attention anyone interested in Video Game Club afterschool.

An informational kick-off meeting will be held on Tuesday September 26th at 3:15pm in room 428. You will be able to take the late bus home or plan to be picked up by 4pm.

All are welcome. Please see Mrs. DeWitte with any question in room 428 - in the technology hall.

SPARX- Webster Robotics

Are you interested in Mechanical, Electrical, or Software Engineering? Then you might be interested in SparX, the Schroeder and Thomas joint robotics team. The team has 6 weeks to design and build a robot to then compete in competition at RIT and beyond. Our first meeting is on Monday the 25th at Thomas in the South Cafeteria from 5:30 to 8 with a Parent meeting at 7:30. For more information email Mr. Schenk at the link on the slide.

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Model UN Club

Model UN will meet Tuesday September 26 after school in room 210. We will be choosing committees for the Hilton conference and learning how to write a position paper.

Girls Wrestling Team Forming

Attention ALL GIRLS interested in Wrestling!!!!

There will be an informational meeting Tuesday Sept 26th at 7:45am in room 450 next to the athletic office. If you have ever been interested but hesitant about this spectacular sport this is an awesome opportunity for you.

This will be a girl only team so find a friend and come learn about it!!!

Tuesday, September 26th at 7:45 am in Room 450

Any questions please see coach Clarcq


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The Pride of Webster

The show this year is entitled "Our Voices Carry". Our show tells a story of survival, healing, and the power of affirmations. Based on a Rochester mural by Sarah Rutherford called Stories of Strength, each movement embodies a different window and message within the mural. There are four windows and four messages which read, “You Are Strong. You Are Worthy. You Are Enough. You Are Not Alone.” Together, we use our physical and musical voices to carry a message of hope and positivity. Follow along as we interpret each window's story and use the field to bring it all to life!

Marching band needs help!

Are you looking for volunteer hours? The Webster Marching Band needs your help during their home show on October 7th! Autumn Fanfare takes place at Schroeder High School, and we need your help from 4:30-8:30pm. You don't need to stay the whole time, and food is provided! You will be responsible for greeting bands when they arrive, showing them to their rooms, providing band directors with the welcome packet, and escorting bands to the turf field for competition at their assigned time. This is a great way to gain volunteer hours! If you're interested, please email to sign up!

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THS/OWL PTSA Information/Updates for September 18-22

PTSA (Virtual) Meeting Tuesday September 26 @ 6:30pm

Please join us!

Meeting Link:


Capital Project Community Forum

September 28 @ 6:30pm in the THS library

Get information! Ask questions!

Look for our PTSA Duck Pond fundraiser at the Homecoming Game on October 13! Buy a duck for a chance to win a special prize box!

Leo’s Pie Sale in October for an “on time” for Thanksgiving delivery… stay tuned for details!

Our annual PTSA/WTA sponsored Coat and Concert Wear event starts on October 2nd! Collection boxes will be placed in all 11 school buildings to accept gently used items to be redistributed for FREE to the community on Saturday October 28 at Webster Parks & Rec!

**Fundraiser at Can Kings for the 2023-2024 School Year**

Please take your returnables to Can Kings located at 1183 Bay Road in Webster! Label your container with: Thomas PTSA & hand it to the attendants!

Would you like to become a part of the PTSA team? Positions that will be open for the 2024-2025 school year: Chair, Vice Chair, Financial Manager & Secretary. Interested? Please contact us at:

From the Athletic Office

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September's Athletes of the Month

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Reports from the fields...

Girls XC

The girls lost their meet on Tuesday evening to Rush Henrietta, Brighton and Fairport. They are now 5-3 on the season. Natalia S was the top Thomas runner finishing 8th with a time of 20:38.

Boys XC

The Boys lost to Fairport but beat Brighton Tuesday. They are now 7-1 on the season. Jerry L was the top Titan runner finishing in 1st place with a time 16:12.

Girls Tennis

The Girls Tennis Team had three matches this week. On Tuesday they lost to Brockport 3-4; Cassie S won 1st singles, Abby R/Destinee L won 1st doubles and Gweneth T/Sienna Ci won 2nd doubles.

On Wednesday the Titans hosted Mercy. They lost the match 1-6. Cassie S was the only winner on the night winning 1st singles in a tight match.

Thursday the Titans were back in action at Honeoye Falls Lima. They came up on the short end losing 5-2. The winners for Thomas were Cassie S in first singles and Destinee L in 3rd singles.

Boys Soccer

The Titans traveled to Spencerport Wednesday night and beat a tough Spencerport team 1-0. Boston D had the Titan goal off an assist from Quin H. Patrick K recorded the clean sheet in goal.

Girls Soccer

Beat Fairport Tuesday evening. 6-1 Sophie E had 3 goals. Catherine R added 2 goals and Maggie A had a goal in the win. JJ Bay had a clean sheet in the minutes she plates and Mackena C allowed 1 goal.

The team traveled to Spencerport Thursday evening and lost to the Rangers, ranked #1 in NYS, 4-0.

Field Hockey

Beat Fairport Monday night 2-1 in OT. Olivia B had the first goal and Kristina F scored the winning goal in OT. Maddie S made 13 saves in goal,

Girls Volleyball

The Titans lost Tuesday to Hilton in 4 games.

16-25; 25-13; 25-27; 21-25 Chloe S had 3 aces, 7 kills,and 5 blocks.Christina N had 6 kills, 4 blocks, and 5 digs

Jolie O' had 2 aces 3 kills, 4 blocks, 29 assists, and 7 digs,

Sara C had 10 kills and 3 digs. Sarah G had 2 aces, 6 kills, and14 digs.

They hosted a tough Fairport team Wednesday losing 3-1. (20-25; 13-25; 25-23; 16-25). Jolie O' had 3 kills, 27 assists, and 9 digs. Chloe S had 10 kills. Sarah G had 5 kills, 2 aces, 10 digs, and 1 block.

Boys Volleyball

The Lakers beat McQuaid in 3 sets Tuesday evening. Nick A distributed 22 assists while recording 3 aces and 5 blocks. Jacob G, Gavin T, and Hoey P had 8,7 and 6 kills respectively. Defensively Ryan W had 5 blocks and Bodey G led the team in digs with 9.

The boys defeated a tough Penfield team Thursday evening in four sets. Nick A had 35 assists. Joey P, Jacob G and Gavin T had 17, 16 and 6 kills respectively. On defense Nate Z had 6 blocks and Gavin T had a season high 11 blocks. Bodey G had 22 digs on the night.

Girls Swim and Dive

The Lakers defeated the Greece storm 199-70 in their first swim meet of the season. . Kylie w won the 100 free with a time 54.82. Marin B won both the 50 Free and 100 fly with times of 26.53 and 1:03.47. Nina M won the 500 Free with a time of 1:02.26. Melek O won the Individual Medley with a 2:23.92. Ava Pwon the 100 back with a time of 1:17.20. Eva 50 Fly with a 31.75.


The Titans will play at Webster Schroeder Friday night. Game time is 7pm

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Have a great weekend!

Glenn Widor

Thomas High School Principal