Principal's Press

11th Edition-Saturday March 28th, 2015

End of 3rd Quarter

Hello Webster Community. The year continues to fly by as the third quarter draws to an end. I want to make sure you are aware of a small change we have made to our school calendar. Webster's 3rd quarter will end on Wednesday, April 1st. Webster's 4th quarter will begin on Monday, April 13th. This change really only affects the 6th grade as they rotate quarterly through their Allied Arts rotation. I wish all of you a fun and restful spring break! Go BADGERS!

-Mr. DeRosa

PBIS/RISE Celebration

Wednesday, April 1st marks our second PBIS/RISE Celebration. PBIS stands for Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports which is a nationally recognized multi-tiered program for improving schools. Under PBIS, for the past five years Webster has it's RISE program. RISE stands for Respect Individual Self and Environment. We use RISE to promote teamwork, citizenship, and behavior to our students all throughout the year. Between academic and behavioral success, there is so much to be proud of with our students, so our celebration is in honor of them and their role in making Webster a great place to be. This day will be filled with fun activities, prizes, and raffles celebrating the success of our students. More information on our RISE program can be found here.


Dress Code

As the weather gets warmer I would like to remind all of our students and families about our dress code. Examples of inappropriate clothing that will not be permitted includes, but is not limited to: "spaghetti" strap shirts, tops without both shoulders covered, tops or bottoms that leave any abdominal, back or midriff skin exposed, tops or bottoms that do not completely cover undergarments, headwear including stocking hats, bandanas, hoods, and skirt and short length must be appropriate. For more information please see page 11 in the student handbook located in the front of your assignment notebook.

-Mr. Reinert

Webster's March Madness

We invite you to Webster's March Madness! This is an annual fun-filled family event hosted by our PTO to help raise money for Webster. We hope to see you on Tuesday, March 31st from 6-8pm with doors opening at 5:30. This annual fundraiser features the 7th & 8th graders who currently play for the boys' & girls' basketball teams for Webster playing in a co-ed game for fun. In between quarters see Webster staff participate in relay races and other games. There will be a concession stand, raffles, and other great prizes. All proceeds from the event that are generated from admission tickets, food sales and the raffle items go towards the year-end gift to the school from this 8th grade class.

If you are interested in making a donation or volunteering at the event, please see our website for more information.

-Mrs. Radtke PTO President

MathCon 2015

For the first time Webster entered into the national MathCon competition. Webster had 35 students complete the round 1 competition on February 9th. Out of almost 45,000 kids from 330 schools in 42 states, only the top 700 are invited to compete in the next round in Chicago. We are proud to announce that three Webster 6th grade students have made it to the next round. Congrats to Samantha P. Kale K. and Walter M! Good luck!

-Mrs. Ennis

Delta Kappa Gamma Literary Competition

Congratulations to 6th grader Kendra and 8th grader Jennifer for taking first place in their respective grade level category in the Delta Kappa Gamma Literary Competition. This competition receives entries from students all over the Ozaukee County area in which students submit their own original literary story. Kendra's, I Am Phoenix and Jennifer's Sugar, were selected out of many entries to take home first prize. Excellent work!

-Mrs. Ennis

Blood Drive

Webster's Student Council is hosting a Blood Drive on Monday, April 20th from 3:00pm to 7:00pm in the Webster Commons. Please see the flyer below. Come out and support a great cause.

-WTS Student Council

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