A Great Start!

September 9, 2022

We are off to a great start for the 2022-2023 school year. It is so great to have our students back and see their smiling faces in the halls and in our classrooms. Be sure to check out all of the updates below and enjoy a few snapshots from the opening days of school.

A huge thank you to our custodial staff and buildings and grounds departments for making Thomas shine this week!

PTSA chalked up the front to greet students...

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Lockers are organized and the hallways are immaculate...

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all is good in the classrooms...

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meeting with your favorite teacher...

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Link Crew decorated freshmen lockers for their arrival....

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and our first courtyard cookout of the year! what a great week at Thomas High School!

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We need your help at dismissal

I have had quite a few families and staff contact me about dismissal and the number of students cutting through traffic and creating a hazard for themselves and others. We really do not want someone to get hurt and need your help. I am asking parents to please stop picking up students on Five MIle Line Road, in traffic on Publishers or at the parking lots at Golds or the Ice Rink.

Picking up at these locations is creating a very unsafe situation for your children. Please help them stay safe by either taking the bus or using our parent pickup system.

Thanks for your cooperation.

Every Titan Every Day!

There is no greater way to ensure a student's success than being in school, on time, every day. The faculty and staff are all committed to providing all of our students engaging classess and lessons and in return, we ant to see our students every day.

Take a look at the following graphics that explain the potential impact absences and being tardy have a student's day and overall school experiences. The numbers are staggering!

Every Titan Every Day!

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Register Now for Fall 2022 Driver Education

Registration is open for WCSD students to register for driver education. Please visit Webster Community Education's registration database, xenegrade to register.

You are choosing a driving time when registering, lecture times are set.
The commitment is three-four days a week from September 20 or 21 until just before Thanksgiving. To complete the registration process your permit must be uploaded to the database. The cost is $600 and and a senior license is awarded age 17 to students who pass the course.

Four Ways to support the Thomas PTSA!!

A HUGE thank you to all the THS/OWL families who “wall chalked” and donated first day treats for the staff! We greatly appreciate your “Titan Spirit” toward positively kicking-off the 2022-2023 school year! Special thanks goes out to Mrs. Warren, Mr. Widor & Mrs. Clark for their support in making it happen!

PTSA Reminders:

Spirit Wear is on sale now thru September 17!


Ongoing fundraiser at Can Kings

Take returnables to Can Kings at 1183 Bay Road in Webster! Put together your bottles & cans, label the container with: Thomas PTSA & hand it to the attendants!

Take returnables to Can Kings at 1183 Bay Road in Webster. Simply put together your bottles & cans, label the container with: Thomas PTSA, and hand it to the attendants!

...you also get discounts at the following places!

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...while we are talking about PTSA, thanks to our PTSA for the opening day treats and beverages for faculty and staff!

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Freshman/ Link Crew Annual Kickball Game

Mark your calendars!! Join us for a good ol' fashioned kickball game under the lights on the turf in our new nBaseball Stadium on September 19th from 7:30-8:30pm. Our 100 strong Link Crew will be there to cheer all our freshmen on and keep the fun going in the 2022-2023 school year. These games are designed for all students to have fun and not be ultra competitive!!

More reminders and details in future newsletters!!

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Join Show Choir!

Webster Show Choir will be having auditions on Monday, September 12th at 3:45 in the Schroeder auditorium. Show Choir rehearses on Mondays after school. Any one is welcome - kids should wear appropriate attire to dance in, and we will teach them the rest! A shuttle bus will be provided from Thomas to Schroeder.

From the Athletic Office...

Boys Soccer

Boys lost the season opener to Churchville Chili- 1-0 back on 9/1. They got a bounce back 1-0 win Vs Spencerport Wednesday evening. Boston D had the Titans goal and Jason R recorded the shut out. They now 1-1 on the season.

Girls Soccer

The girls traveled to Churchville Chili 8/31 winning 2-0. Goals By Cathrine R and Mia E ( Assist by Cathrine R ). They played their home opener Tuesday evening and fell short losing to a touch Spencerprot side 3-0. The girls traveled to Gates Chili Thursday evening.

The girls picked up a win Thursday evening at Gates Chili. 6-1. Catherine R had 4 goals and 1 assist. Sophie E had 2 goals. Sami C , Lia G, Mia E, Olivia S., and Addie S each had assist in the win

Field Hockey

The field Hockey team has gotten off to a start. They beat Irondequoit 8-0 and Gates/ER 2-0. They lost 1-0 against Fairport. Helena R 3 goals Ava S has 2 goals so far on the season. Mia S , Frankie R, and Alexis E each have one a piece. Defenders Sophia S, Hannah R , Alexis E, Mia S and Goalie Maddie S have had strong starts for the Titans. The titans have allowed only one goal in the first three games.

Girls Golf

Girls Golf won their first match of season on 8/30 beating Penfield 46-32 at Eagle Vale.

They played both Fairport and Victor tonight at Champion Hills - lost to Victor 50-28, but beat Fairport 46-32.

Haley K was the Medalist in the Victor match shooting a 38 (Par is 33).

Macey F shot a 46, Nicole S shot 49, Erin McC shot 50, Emma F shot 53 and Ashley T shot 66.

Girls golf team lost to R-H tonight 46-32 playing the front 9 at Webster GC. Haley K shot 46, Emma F shot 54, Macey F shot 57, Nicole S shot 62, Maya P shot 69 and Sarah C shot 70.

The team is now 2-2 on the season

Girls Volleyball

No report

Boys Volleyball

The Lakers boys volleyball team took down reigning New York State champion Penfield in three straight sets last night in the Schroeder gym. Bodey G directed the attack with 25 assists, handing out eight kills apiece to Griffin M and Joey P along with five more to Jacob G. The defence was led by Zach Z’s 15 digs while Jacob G and Griffin M combined to total six blocks. Webster has now started the season 4-0 and looks to continue their winning form at Victor on Tuesday before returning home for huge contests against Brighton and McQuaid.

Girls Swim and Dive

No competitions yet


The Titans are still looking for the first win of the season. They are 0-2 to start. Defender Joey I has led the team in tackles posting 11.5 tackles ( 4 tackles for a loss and 1 sack).

Dominic B has 5 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss and 1 forced fumble. Eddie F has 8 tackles and Brad C has 6.5. The Titans first home game is next Friday night at 7:30 vs Greece Olympia.


No competitions yet

Girls XC

No competitions yet

Boys XC

No competitions yet

Girls Tennis

No report


Have a fantastic weekend!

Glenn Widor

Webster Thomas High School Principal



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