Get Involved!

September 23, 2022

Many of our Titan Clubs and activities are forming right now. It is no secret that students who are involved in clubs and teams are more engaged in the school community and tend to have better results. Check out some data on a recent induction class of our National Honor Society:
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Below is an early list of some ways to get involved at Thomas beyond the athletic fields. Next week, we will be holding an activity fair during lunches on Thursday and Friday. We will also be publishing a full list of all the clubs and activities to share with your student.

Titan Clubs and Academic Teams Forming

Be a Mathlete! Join Math League!

Come join the fun and mathematical challenges . . . Our informational meeting for Math League will be held on Tuesday, September 27th, at 3:20 in Room 200. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Abel or Mr. Fagan.

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!

Science Olympiad




Tuesday September 20th

@ 8:15 AM OR 3:20 PM in room 305




If Interested Please Check Out Our Google Classroom

using the code shown here.

Unified Bowling

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.

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Titan Updates

AP Art Honors!

Congratulations to Class of 2022 Taylor Howley who earned a rare perfect score on her AP Art Portfolio last year. The Thomas Art Department continues to shine with this great honor added to their list of accomplishments.
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Here's what a "perfect" art score looks like...

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Just say NO to food deliveries

Contrary to popular belief, we do not accept and deliver Door Dash, Uber Eats, or any other food deliveries to students during the school day. Deliveries that come to school will be put into my garbage can. Please save your son or daughter the expense by telling them it is not allowed. We will do the same.

World Language Honor Society Informational Meeting

Attention all Senior members of the World Language Honor Society! Mrs. Jurs will be having a meeting next Thursday, September 29th at 3:20 in the North Cafe to discuss the point system if you are no longer enrolled in a language class to maintain membership. If you are also interested in holding an officer position for us, she will explain the roles and how to apply.
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Marching Band Update

The Webster Marching Band competed at CNS High School on Saturday (9/17). They placed first in their class with a score of 72.85! Judges and the crowd loved our show, and we look forward to continuing to perfect and strengthen the performance.

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.*

Thank you all for your support and celebration of these students!

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From the Counseling Center...

September 27th @ 7:00pm - Junior Parent Night - This night is packed with information for you to help your 11th grader navigate junior year. Some of the topics being covered that night include, PSAT, career/college exploration, activities resume and the college process.

September 28th @ 6:00pm - Service Academy Night - This is a virtual event for high school students and their guardians interested in applying to a service academy. See the flyer below and if interested, please register at the link below.

September 29th @ 7:00pm - Senior Parent Night - School Counselors went into English classrooms the week of September 19th and walked the students through the college application process. We will walk you through the same process so you are able to help your student.

Juniors: The PSAT is the practice SAT exam that we offer to juniors on Saturday, October 15th at Thomas. The exam cost is $18.00 by check payable to WTHS PSAT. The timeframe for the exam is 7:30-11:30. The registration form is below and your student may drop it off in the counseling center during lunch or study hall blocks. Payment is due by Thursday, October 6th.

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THS/OWL PTSA Information/Updates for September 19-23

September 20 Meeting Notes can be found at:

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!

**Special Event**

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:

  1. a bag of bottles/cans (cleaned & labeled with “Thomas PTSA”),


  1. 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 **Adult volunteers are needed! Volunteer During Thomas Lunches on 10/4-Voter Registration

Coat & Concert Wear Event

From October 11 thru October 27, donations of gently used or new coats and concert wear apparel will be accepted at all Webster CSD buildings! Families are invited to the free shopping event at Webster Parks & Rec on October 29 from 10AM to 2PM!

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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.

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.

Reports from the Athletic Office...

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Loving the strong support at last week's home opener football game.

Reports from the Athletic Fields...

Girls XC

The Girls XC beat all three teams in their meet at Shadow Pines Tuesday. They beat Greece Odyssey /Olympia (15-50), Eastridge (15-30) and Pittsford Sutherland (17-45). Top finishers for the girls included Natalia S with a time of 20:34, Caroline M - 21:00 and Kolbi S. - 21:14.

Boys XC

The Boys XC remained undefeated on the season with their wins over Greece Odyssey /Olympia (15-50), Eastridge (15-30) and Pittsford Sutherland (17-45). Top finishers for the boys included Evan L with a time of 16:36, Connor T - 16:40 and Jerry L 17:03.

Girls Tennis

The Girls tennis team lost a close one 3-4, Wednesday to Irondequoit. Cassie S was a winner for the Titans in first singles winning 6-3, 6-3. Mady K was a winner at 2nd singles 6-0, 6-3. The 1st doubles team of Abby R and Destinee L won 6-3 and 7-5.

Boys Soccer

The Boys traveled to Fairport yesterday and took a 2-0 lead into the second half. After a delay due to a light outage, Fairport was able to get a goal back to make the final 2-1. Fairport is ranked #2 in NYS and was undefeated until Monday night's result. Cole H scored a flicked Header from Cory J. Boston D. got his 3rd of the season off an assist from Cole H. The defense was solid throughout the game Brendan A and Will R controlled the defensive half and provided opportunities for forwards Cory J and Vlad L. Goalie Jason R had another solid outing allowing only his second goal against on the season. The team is now 6-1.

Girls Soccer

The Girls hosted Churchville Chili Tuesday evening. They won 1-0 on a goal from Cathrine R. Sophie E had the assist. JJ Bay had the shutout in goal for the Titans. The Titans play at Victor Thursday at 6:30pm.

Field Hockey

The Field Hockey team played Schroeder down at Basket Road Wednesday night. They won 8-1. Ava T, Frankie R and Annie S each had 2 goals. Mia S and Olivia B each had one for the Titans.

Girls Golf

The Lakers lost to Pittsford 47 to 31 at Mendon GC on Monday. Haley K was co-medalist for the match shooting a 46. ALso scoring were: Nicole S (55), Macey F (57), Emma F (58), Erin M (63) and Amanda L (69).

On Tuesday the girls lost to Spencerport 39.5 to 38.5. Haley K was again medalist for the match shootin a 43. Macey F (50), Nicole S and Emma F (51) Erin M (55) and Sarah C (75) also scored for Webster.

The team is now 3-7 and faces Fairport on Thursday.

Girls Volleyball

The Girls played Schroeder Tuesday evening. They lost 3-0 but battled in games 2 and 3. The scores for those were 23-25 and 18-25. Jolie O’ had 14 assists. Kiane W had 7 kills.

Boys Volleyball

The Webster boys volleyball team defeated NY State powerhouse Fairport last night in straight sets to raise their record to 7-0. Offensively Webster was led by Jacob G. with 10 kills while Evan L. contributed 9, Cal L. 4, and Joey P. 7. Zach Z. and Griffin M. combined for seven aces and Brodey G. handed out 31 assists.

Webster boys volleyball continued their hot start to the season by sweeping Rush Henrietta in three straight sets. Nate Z provided strong front row defense with 6 blocks in the last two sets, while Griffin M added 4 blocks to supplement his 13 kills on attack. Evan L and Cal L contributed 10 and 5 kills, respectively. Nate W. recorded 2 aces and Bodey G handed out 25 assists. Clear your calendar Monday night and come out to see your undefeated boys volleyball squad as they take on reigning New York State Class B runner up Spencerport at 7:30 in the Schroeder gym.

Girls Swim and Dive

The Lakers Swim and Dive hosted Pittsford Tuesday evening. The Lakers came up short 85-101. The 200 medley relay team of Vivian N, Marin B, Nakisha D, and Kylie W. took first place with a time of 1:53.68. Claire G. won both the 100 and 200 Freestyle with times of 53.4 and 1:58.5. Kylie W won the 500 freestyle with a time of 5:20.27. The 200 free relay team of Nakisah D, Meghan M, Kylie W and Claire G took first place with a time of 1:43.35. Vivian N won the 100 Backstroke with a time of 1:03.47. Marin B won the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:12.72.


Football won their home opener last Friday Night vs Greece Olympia 43-6. The Titans had 247 total yards of offense. Jack R had 1 touchdown run and a 50% passing percentage. Jon S had 2 touchdowns and Joey I. added a touchdown. The Titans are now 1-2 on the season and travel to Gates Chili tonight to take on the Spartans.

Have a great weekend!

Glenn Widor

Webster Thomas High School Principal


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