September 16, 2022
Freshman/ Link Crew Annual Kickball Game
Don't miss out on a fun evening!!
Support Our Titan Service Scholars
Come support the Titan Service Scholars at their Car Wash Fundraiser this Saturday, September 17 from 10am-2pm at Bill Gray's on Hard Road in Webster. All proceeds benefit our upcoming group service project in the Dominican Republic. Every car we wash will help us fund the supplies necessary for the aqueducts and latrines we are building this summer in Jarabacoa and Batey La Mora.
Want to learn more about Titan Service Scholars' projects both locally and globally? Stop in the counseling center for more information!
Change in Busing To Begin Monday
We are writing with a transportation update for Willink and Thomas students based on invaluable feedback both of us have received from many of you.
Beginning Monday, Thomas students will be bus shuttled to Willink after dismissal. With this change, most Willink students will be able to board their buses immediately after dismissal, rather than waiting outside for an extended period of time for buses to arrive (particularly as the fall/winter seasons approach).
Once the high school shuttles arrive, Thomas students will disembark, board their regular buses, and all middle/high school students will then be transported home.
The safety and well-being of our students remains at the forefront of all decisions we make on behalf of your children. We are hoping this change will get all students home in a more timely manner.
Webster Marching Band Competes!
The Webster Marching Band competed at East Ridge High School on Saturday (9/10). They placed first in their class with a score of 73.1, and placed first across the state! A great opening weekend! We are proud!
The Webster Marching Band is hosting several bands across the area on Saturday, October 8th in the Schroeder Stadium. Gates at 5pm, show starts at 6 PM. Rain or shine!
* We have free tickets for WCSD staff that would like to come and support their students. Let me know and I will get them to you and your families.*
Titan Clubs and Academic Teams Forming
Mountain Biking Club!!
Attention students who are interested in participating in Mountain Biking Club.
We will start riding next Thursday September 22.
Please stop by Mrs. Pagano's room, room 130 to pick up a permission slip .
Model UN Club
Are you Interested in improving your public speaking skills? Do you love to debate? Then Model UN is for you. There will be an informational meeting on Monday September 19 in Mrs.Yang's room 210 after school. New members are highly encouraged to join. See you there!
DO YOU WANT TO BE PART OF THE
THOMAS SCIENCE OLYMPIAD LEGACY?
COME TO AN INFORMATIONAL MEETING AFTER SCHOOL ON
Tuesday September 20th
@ 8:15 AM OR 3:20 PM in room 305
ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE SEE
MRS. ANNE, MR. SCHENK,
MR. SCHUG or MRS. VISCA
If Interested Please Check Out Our Google Classroom
using the code shown here.
Girl's Flag Football Team Forming
ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL?....Last Spring a few High Schools in Monroe County piloted a Girls Flag Football League. The league was a success and there are plans to expand to other schools this spring season. Want to be a part of the First ever Thomas Titans Flag Football team ?
There will be an informational and interest meeting for any 9th-12th girls who would like to form a Thomas Flag Football team for this Spring season to be a part of this league.
The meeting will be held in the North Cafe, Monday September 19th at 3:30-4pm. (late buses are available).
If you want to have fun bowling this fall, consider signing up for Unified Bowling. If you want to double the fun, ask a friend to sign up with you.
Contact Mr. Bertram for more information.
Thomas v. Schroeder Football Game on September 30th
I'm very excited to announce this year we will have Match Play Ink on-site selling merchandise for our Thomas/ Schroeder Football game at Thomas on September 30th. This year, "it is more than just a game" as we are raising money for the Wimot Cancer Center in support of those in our community and schools who have been impacted by cancer. All vendors at the game on the 30th are contributing a portion of the proceeds to support this cause.
In addition to being able to buy that day, people can order garments on their pre-order webstore below.
There are a couple ways to get apparel; choose the option that works best for you!
- The on-line webstore for apparel will be open until about a week before the event and is the best way to insure you get the color and size you want. Also the prices are $2 less on the webstore then they will be onsite at the game. Webstore orders can be picked up on-site at the event OR shipped directly to your home.
- Match Play Ink will be on-site at the tournament and will be printing on-site! If you prefer to try on your options, this is the way to go.
Can’t wait to see Webster come together at the game on September 30th! Thanks for your support of our student athletes and the Wilmot Cancer Center.
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.
Upcoming PTSA Events
Spirit Wear Sale ends 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!
Meeting September 20 @ 6:30PM
Please join us for the first meeting of the school year via the following link:
A meeting agenda will be posted at least one week prior, and can be found at: www.websterptsa.org/ThomasMeetings
Your ideas & feedback are valuable, and we hope to see you there!
One FREE Titan “T” decal will be given to any family who brings one of the following to the Thomas vs. Schroeder football game on September 30:
a bag of bottles/cans (cleaned & labeled with “Thomas PTSA”),
a bag of individually wrapped (nut free) candy for upcoming Spirit Week activities
Voter Registration Events
For all: September 30 at the Thomas/Schroeder football game
For students: October 4 during lunch periods
PTSA Meeting 6:30PM
Thomas vs Schroeder Football Game
Free Titan “T” Bottle & Can/Candy Collection
Voter Registration During Lunch Periods
Spirit Week Competition During Lunch Periods
Coat & Concert Wear Donation Collection
Coat & Concert Wear Building Pick-up
Coat & Concert Wear Event at Parks & Rec
September Athletes of the Month
Titan Athlete: Catherine R.
Sport: Girls Soccer:
Catherine has scored 6 goals in our 1st three games. She is a leader on and off the field. She had the highest GPA for our team last year and is already displaying that academic diligence again this year.
Reports from the Athletic Office...
The girls cross country team opened its season with a 20-43 win over Gates-Chili along with two close loses to Brighton and Victor at Shadow Pines in Penfield. Junior Natalia S. led the Titans in third place overall.
The boys cross country team opened their season at Shadow Pines earlier this week. They won against Brighton (19-40), Victor (21-38), and Gates-Chili (15-50).
The Girls Tennis team defeated the Greece Storm 6-1 in their match Tuesday. Cassie S won 1st singles, 6-1, 6-1. Mady K won second singles 6-0,60. Abby R and Destinee L won 1st doubles 6-0,6-3. Maya C and Meghan C won 2nd doubles 6-4,6-3. Sanjana B and Maloney L won third doubles 6-0,6-1.
Maddison B and Taya M won 4th doubles 7-5,6-2.
Next up HFL, tonight (Friday) at the Thomas HS Courts
The Boys traveled across the Ridge Tuesday evening to take on the Warriors. They won 2-0. Jason R had the shutout. Boston D and Cory J had the Titans goals in the win.
On Thursday the Titans hosted Canandaigua. They won the game 1-0. Kory J had the Titans goal and Jason R recorded the shutout. The Titans are 4-1 on the season.
The girls hosted Schroeder Wednesday evening. Despite a strong effort and outshooting the Warriors the Titans lost 1-0.
Next up for the Titans is Canandaigua Saturday night.
The Field Hockey team plate Iroquois from section VI Saturday and ended up tied 0-0.
The team hosted Penfield Monday night and pulled out a 3-2 win. Goals for Thomas were scored by Kristina F,
The Titans had two wins this week, one vs Penfield 3-2 and one vs Hilton 5-0.
Goal scores this week included - Frankie R. and Hanna V. with 2 goals a piece. While Kristina F, Helena R, Olivia B , Ava T, had 1 goal apiece
Defensive standouts this week included Maddie S in goal, Hannah R., Mia S. , Sophia S, and Alexis E. Their efforts on defense only allowed 2 goals over the three game span.
The girls golf team beat Churchville-Chili 41.5 to 36.5. We had to shorten the match to 5 holes due to thunder.
From Schroeder Haley K, Macey F and Nicole S all shot 24 and were co-medalists. Erin M shot 28 and Maya P shot 35.
From Thomas Amanda L shot 29 in her first match. The team is 3-3 for the season.
The Girls played Churchville Chili Monday evening. They were up 2 games to 1 and couldn't close out the last two games. Losing 3-2.The Titans traveled to Greece Olympia Wednesday evening. They won in three games 25-7,25-12, and 25-12. Riley O had 3 aces and 4 kills. Jolie O had 6 aces and 11 assists.
Next up for the Titans is a match with Spencerport Friday night.
The Webster Boys Volleyball team swept Victor in an away match that improved the Lakers' record to 5-0. Nate Z and Ryan W combined for 7 kills from the middle blocker position, while Joey P, Griffin M, and Evan L recorded 11, 9, and 9 kills, respectively. Bodey G and Nick A combined to hand out 35 assists. A battle of the unbeatens happens Saturday in the Schroeder gym as McQuaid visits for a noon match...come bring your Titan and Warrior support for the boys team.
Girls Swim and Dive
The Lakers Swim and Dive hosted Mercy Thursday in their home opener. They won the meet 109-67. First place finishes for the Lakers included the 200 Medley Relay team of Vivian N, Maeghan M, Marin B and Nina M with a time of 2:01.94. In both the 100 and 200 freestyle Kylie W finished in 1st place with a 2:01.95 and a 56,23. In the 200 free relay Melissa R Jenna G, Hannah U and Kylie W placed 1st with a time 1:48.7. Marin B won the 100 Breaststroke with a time of 1:13.5 And the 400 freestyle relay team of Nakisha D, Marin B Kylie W and Claire G. took first with a time of 3:51.37.
Football play their home opener Friday Night vs Greece Olympia at 7:30pm