Enjoy the break!!

December 21, 2018

So many great examples this holiday season of TItans giving back to our community. Enjoy the holiday break and we will see you all in 2019!
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Geotech spreads holiday cheer...

Thanks to our Geotech program which this week delivered a playhouse to a local family who are going through a difficult time. The students loved being able to spread some holiday cheer.
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Music Plugged In teaching literacy...

Thank you to Mrs. D'Angelo and her Music Plugged In class who this week went down to Klem North to share books they recorded with elementary students. The high schoolers were so proud of their work and both groups of students enjoyed creating and listening to the work.
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Link Crew Wraps Things Up...

This week our Link Crew had an event with their 9th grade crew to wrap books to give to students in the City School District. Thank you to our outstanding commissioners Celia Darling, Tim Coene, and Connor Lazzaro for organizing the event and delivering the books.
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Titan Updates...

Titan Computer Science Team

The Webster Thomas American Computer Science League Team scored 17/30 points for contest #1. Leading the way was Alessandra Visca and Nolan White each scoring 7/10 points.

The Intermediate Division is geared to senior high school students with little or no computer programming experience, and to advanced junior high students. Each contest consists of a 30-minute, 5-question short answer test and a take home programming problem to solved in 72-hours. Team scores can be based on the sum of the top 3 or top 5 scores each contest.

American Math Competition

Can you think out of the box mathematically???? If yes, then sign up for the American Mathematics Competition Exam which will be held on February 7th at 7:00 a.m. at Thomas High School.

The DEADLINE to sign up for the exam is January 3rd!!!

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact Mrs. Abel, Mrs. Coles or Mr. Sicke.


PSAT scores are available with free online tutorials

PSAT results: Click below to link your PSAT scores to Khan Academy. WHY link your account? Get FREE personalized practice recommendations based on your results from the PSAT exam!

Contact your school counselor if you have any questions.

Nominate a Titan for the Oak Tree!

Co-Sponsored by the Webster Teachers' Association (WTA) and the Webster Central PTSA, the Oak Tree Award recognition program is an annual award that is designed to recognize teacher excellence in Webster Central Schools.

Any Webster resident or district employee, current or former student, parent, teacher, or administrative colleague may nominate a teacher for the Elementary or Secondary Teacher of the Year Oak Tree Award.

Award nominees must meet the following criteria:

* Currently teaching in a full-time position in Webster Central Schools

* Have a minimum of 5 years teaching experience in Webster Central Schools

* Plan to continue to teach the next school year in, or retire from Webster Central Schools

* Be a member of both the Webster Central PTSA and the Webster Teachers' Association

Teacher nominees who meet these criteria will receive an Oak Tree Award Application and directions for completing the application process.

From the World of Titan Sports...


Monday 12-17-18, Thomas verses Brighton. The Girl's team won all three games and the match. Current record, points 34-1 matches 7-0

The Boy's team won all three games and the match. Current record 2-4. Wednesday 12-19-18 Thomas verses Churchville Chili.

Boys Basketball

The Boys took on Canandaigua Friday Night and after a shaky first quarter stormed back for a 73-59 win. The boys continued their winning ways on Tuesday Night with a win over Penfield 62-53. Andrew Mason had 31 points,Tyler W pitched in points for the win. The boys took on State ranked and undefeated West Irondequoit Thursday Night and won 72-57. Great all around team effort. Andrew Mason led the way once again with 20 points and Tyler Williams had 17.

Girls Basketball

The Girls Played Canandaigua Saturday and beat them 54-28. Ashley Schenkel led all scorers with 22 points. Audrey Mack had 10 and 8th grader Mady Kelley had 7. Tuesday the girls played Penfield. They lost 67-45. They are now 4-2 on the season. The Girls traveled to West Irondequoit Thursday to take on the Eagles. They fell short by a score of 48-37. Taylor Lockwood ahd 11 points, Audrey Mack had 9 points and 10 rebounds while Olivia Scott had 8.


The Wrestlers took part in the Monroe County Tournament Friday and Saturday held at Webster Schroeder. The Team came in 3rd place with many top finishers. Chris Pannell became the first Thomas Wrestler to win in his weight class in the Monroe County Tournament in …. Years .Cj Lee took second place,Cole Nadritch and Anthony Occa took Third, Jacob Mendola, Jackson Allen and Max Allen finished 4th Tyler Langley finished 5th and Mark Smithers finished 8th. Wednesday Night the Titan Wrestlers beat Batavia Attica in Dual meet 45-28. Cj Lee, Max Allen, Anthony Oca, Chris Pannell, Cameron Coccitti All pinned their opponents, while Jackson Allen, Tyler Langley and Alex Bowersox won by decisions.

Boys Swimming


The boys hosted Irondequoit Saturday Night and fell to the Eagles 4-3. Titan goals were scored by Tommy Ammon, Cullen Hennessy and Kyle Vent. Tuesday Night the team traveled to the west Side to take on the Brockport Blue Devils. They won 8-1. Goals for the Titans were scored by Reid Curry, Zack Wolfe with 2 ,Spencer Nuccitelli with 2,Cullen Hennessy , Joe Epping, and Will Fischer. Thursday Night the Hockey team traveled west Again to taken on Batavia Notre Dame. The team came away with a 11-2 win. Goals scorers for the Titans included Zack Wolfe with a hat trick(3), Spencer Nuccitelli with 2, Kevin Gabalski , Currie, Tommy Ammon Cade Spencer, Jack Steppenback all with one.

Check out this amazing picture from last night's basketball game...

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Happy Holidays!

Glenn Widor

Thomas Principal


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