Principal's Press

24th Edition-November, 2017

2nd Quarter is Near

Hello Webster-hard to believe the first quarter is almost complete. Please read on to make sure you are in the loop on a busy second quarter. We'll try to keep it all concise so you make it through this edition.

-Mr. DeRosa

Morning Drop Off

Now that the weather is getting colder and snow is in the near future I want to again remind our families of our morning drop off procedures. Even though it may be cold or there is snow on the ground, please continue to pull past the curve, go past the dumpsters, and pull up as much as possible until the sidewalk ends. Pulling up that far doubles the amount of cars that can drop off/pick up at one time which has a significant impact on speeding up the procedures. The entire sidewalk along the drop off path will be shoveled and salted. If you are late due to weather conditions you can still drop off your child in the back until 7:40am which is when the doors lock. After 7:40am you will need to drop off in the front of the building and check in at the main office.

-Mr. DeRosa

Parent/Teacher Conferences

Thursday November 16th 3:30pm-5:00pm and 5:30pm-8:00pm

  • 3:30pm-5:00pm 6th grade open in the gym. 7th grade, 8th grade, and Allied Arts are individually scheduled.
  • 5:30pm-8:00pm 7th grade open in the gym. 6th grade, 8th grade, and Allied Arts are individually scheduled.

Monday November 20th 3:00pm-6:00pm

  • 3:00pm-4:30pm 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th grade, and Allied Arts are individually scheduled.
  • 4:30pm-6:00pm 8th grade open in the gym. 6th grade, 7th grade, and Allied Arts individually scheduled.

*Note: Mr. Ruff and Mrs. Rogahn will be located in the gym for all open conference times and will see parents on a first come first serve basis since they teach both 7th and 8th grade.

-Mr. DeRosa

Book Fair

The Scholastic book fair will run from Monday, Nov. 13th through Tuesday, Nov. 21st.

Book Fair Hours:

Monday, November 13th, 7:30AM-3:15PM

Tuesday, November 14th, 7:30AM-3:15PM

Wednesday, November 15th, 7:30AM-3:15PM

Thursday, November 16th, 3:30-7:30PM (open during conferences)

Friday, November 17th, 11:00AM-3:15PM

Monday, November 20th, 3:15-6:00PM (open during conferences)

Tuesday, November 21st, 11:00AM-1:15PM (last chance lunch)

This year you can also shop online at: There you will find e-books, additional titles, and teacher wish lists.The online Book Fair will run November 21st- December 10th. Online orders will be delivered to the students through their communication arts teachers. We are in need of parent volunteers to help run the book fair and make it successful. Please visit


Turkey Trot Food Drive

This year, we will be running (or trotting!) our first ever Turkey Trot! The Wolverine’s goal is “To trot to help alleviate hunger in our community.” Our school goal will be 1,000 items to be donated to Family Sharing of Ozaukee County. This will be an in-school activity during your child’s day on Tuesday, November 21st where we place our donated items in a truck, trot two laps on Webster's parking lot track, and finish with a hot chocolate.

Collection dates will begin November 13th and run through the 21st. Student's can place their donated items on the stage in the Commons in their designated grade level area.

More detailed information will follow on this event.

Thank you for supporting our efforts to help alleviate hunger in our community!


Magazine Sale

Huge thank you to everyone who participated in our magazine fundraiser. We hit our $30,000 mark in total sales which will generate some great funds that will go back to supporting our students.

For those that qualified, the Limo Lunch will be on Wednesday, November 15th, and the Green and Gold Party will be on Friday, November 17th. More details to follow for those that qualified.

We do need volunteers for these events, so please click here to help!


Huge shout out to our top magazine seller's shown below! Thank you all!

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Webster Middle School’s performance of Cinderella will be on November 17th at 7:00pm and November 18th at 2:00pm at the Cedarburg PAC.

“Impossible things are happening everyday!,” sings the Godmother in Rogers and Hammerstein’s musical fairytale CINDERELLA, and impossible things will happen when young performers bring this timeless tale to life.

With the script and score lovingly adapted for middle school performers, this classic seems as fresh today. After all, even if we know the story by heart, we still hold our breath until we are sure the slipper fits.

Getting to Know...Rogers & Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA is the perfect show to introduce young people up through the 9th grade to the magic of live theater.

-Ms. Vey

Fuel Up To Play 60 SWAT Team

Webster's Fuel up to Play 60 group is promoting healthy eating and physical activity this year once again. Webster will be receiving a $1,000 grant from the Wisconsin Dairy Council to use for various events and incentives this year. So far this year we have held a Wellness Wednesday after school dodgeball event, walked in the homecoming parade, made smoothies, and are planning a taste test event for November 9th during all lunches. If your son or daughter wants to join our group at any time during the year see Ms. Mann. Any students are always welcome to join!

Here's a video highlighting what we have done so far this year. Enjoy!

-Ms. Mann

Webster Choir Concert

Monday, December 4th

6th Grade Choir and Jazz perform at 6:00pm at the CPAC.

7th Grade and 8th Grade Choir perform at 7:30pm at the CPAC.

-Ms. Vey

Webster Band Concert

Winter Concert

Monday, December 11th, CPAC

6th Grade at 6:00pm

7th Grade at 7:00pm

8th Grade at 8:00pm

Webster Jazz Band will also be performing at the Kapco Toy Drive on Saturday, December 16th at 11:00am.

-Mr. Aswegan and Ms. Buss

Yearbook Purchase

You may purchase a yearbook through February, 2018. The cost of a yearbook is $35.00.

Click the link to purchase yours today!

-Mrs. Meleski

Kapco Kids2Kids Toy Drive

Webster's Student Council is collecting both toys and cash donations for the Kapco Toy Drive. All donations are due to our school by Wednesday, December 14th. In addition, our Jazz Choir and Jazz band will be performing at the Kapco event on Saturday, December 16th from 11:00am-12:00pm.

By encouraging children to select and purchase a toy for a child in need, Kids2Kids is about sharing and teaching the joy of giving. The best way is by organizing a toy collection campaign and we hope all of our students participate.

Click for more information.

-WMS Student Council

Skateboard/Scooter Rack

NEW Skateboard/Scooter Rack is located in the front of the building. Please bring a lock to lock your skateboard/scooter.

-The Office

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