Thomas Morning News

Monday, February 24, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On February 24th 1864

Rebecca Lee Crumpler became the first African American woman to receive a medical degree.


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> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


> Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the Student Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and the U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Student Center by Friday, March 20th.


> Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 21st. Registration forms are available in the Student Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 17th. The exam cost is $14.00 by check only payable to WTHS PreACT.


> Roberts Wesleyan College is hosting the Black Scholars College Workshop & Career Fair on Saturday, March 14th starting at 9:00am. The admissions tour begins at 9:00 and workshops to follow that consist of financial aid, scholarship information, college summer programs internships employment and academic opportunities. Please stop down to the student center for registration information.


> The ASVAB is multi aptitude exam that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals. This is a FREE exam held here at Thomas on Saturday March 28th at 8:00am. The exam should take no longer than 2 hours. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


> The 5-hour class will be held tomorrow February 25th at Thomas High School, Room 406 class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Attention juniors - there are a few colleges coming to visit at the end of February and the beginning of March. Sign up to visit with college representatives from Tampa, Pittsburgh and Kentucky in your naviance account. If you have having problems with you naviance account, stop down to the student center.


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> If you were given an invitation to join us as a Peer Leader for Sources of Strength, please consider joining us today or tomorrow during periods 3, 4, or 5 in room 144 to find out more! Hope to see you there! We will have cookies!


> Walk in registration for Spring Drivers Education will take place on Tuesday, March 3 for current seniors and juniors and Wednesday, March 4 for current sophomores. Registration is held 3:30 - 6:30 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are available at websterschool.org

Driving dates and lectures are as follows.

April 2 through June 10, 2020




> Join Frau Brucker, German Teacher at Willink and Thomas, on Thursday, February 27th at 6:30pm in the Willink cafetorium to learn about our 12-day trip to Central Europe in July 2021. This tour is open to ALL Webster Central School currently in 7th-10th grades. Enroll in our tour by the end of February and take $200 off your tour price AND go on the Budapest Baths excursion for free! This will be the last informational meeting for this amazing experience: don't miss out!


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> Congratulations to our Thomas Titan Varsity Cheerleaders for winning the Grand Champion title at the Roc and Roll National Championship this past weekend!! Next stop is States on March 7th!!

Friday, February 14, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is:

On February 14th, 1818 Frederick Douglass was born - He escaped from slavery and became a leading spokesperson for the abolition of slavery and for racial equality.



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> Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 21st. Registration forms are available in the Student Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 17th. The exam cost is $14.00 by check only payable to WTHS PreACT.


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday,February 25th at Thomas High School, Room 406 class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Attention juniors - there are a few colleges coming to visit at the end of February and the beginning of March. Sign up to visit with college representatives from Tampa, Pittsburgh and Kentucky in your naviance account. If you have having problems with you naviance account, stop down to the student center.


> Walk in registration for Spring Drivers Education will take place on Tuesday, March 3 for current seniors and juniors and Wednesday, March 4 for current sophomores. Registration is held 3:30 - 6:30 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are available at websterschool.org

Driving dates and lectures begin on

April 2 and run through June 10


> Join Frau Brucker, German Teacher at Willink and Thomas, on Thursday, February 27th at 6:30pm in the Willink cafetorium to learn about our 12-day trip to Central Europe in July 2021. This tour is open to ALL Webster Central School students currently in 7th-10th grades. Enroll in our tour by the end of February and take $200 off your tour price AND go on the Budapest Baths excursion for free! This will be the last informational meeting for this amazing experience: don’t miss out!


> If you plan on playing Unified Basketball this spring, please do the following:

Register through Family ID and upload a current physical.

Send an email with your uniform size to:

Peter_Bertram@webstercsd.org


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> There will be informational meetings about the Sources of Strength program for all invited Peer Leaders on Monday, February 24 and Tuesday, February 25 during all lunches in room 144. Please stop in during your lunch or study hall to find out more about it!


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> Today's lunch is sweet & sour chicken

Thursday, February 13, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On February 13th, 1920-

Andrew "Rube" Foster organized the Negro National League in Kansas City, Missouri. It was the first baseball league for African Americans.


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> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


> Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the Student Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and the U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Student Center by Friday, March 20th.


> Roberts Wesleyan College is hosting the Black Scholars College Workshop & Career Fair on Saturday, March 14th starting at 9:00am. The admissions tour begins at 9:00 and workshops to follow that consist of financial aid, scholarship information, college summer programs internships employment and academic opportunities. Please stop down to the student center for registration information.


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday,February 25th at Thomas High School, Room 406 class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Attention juniors - there are a few colleges coming to visit at the end of February and the beginning of March. Sign up to visit with college representatives from Tampa, Pittsburgh and Kentucky in your naviance account. If you have having problems with you naviance account, stop down to the student center.


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> There will be a Care Club meeting today at 3:15 in the Care room. The Care room is located in the North Cafeteria. We will be planning future projects and working in the book room. New members are always welcome!


> The Tri-M Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House in the chorus room today at 6:00pm. Bring a bagged dinner and come enjoy a night of music and fun. Want to perform? Sign up on the chorus room door and no audition is needed. Want to listen to some great performances? Just come and enjoy the evening. All are welcome. Hope to see you there!


> There will be informational meetings about the Sources of Strength program for all invited Peer Leaders on Monday, February 24 and Tuesday, February 25 during all lunches in room 144. Please stop in during your lunch or study hall to find out more about it!


> Thursdays are great days for chess!

CHESS! CHESS! CHESS!

Today isThursday, so it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


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> Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is:

On February 12th, 1909 the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was founded. The purpose of the NAACP is: To ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.





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> Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the Student Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and the U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Student Center by Friday, March 20th.


> Roberts Wesleyan College is hosting the Black Scholars College Workshop & Career Fair on Saturday, March 14th starting at 9:00am. The admissions tour begins at 9:00 and workshops to follow that consist of financial aid, scholarship information, college summer programs internships employment and academic opportunities. Please stop down to the student center for registration information.


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> There will be a Care Club meeting tomorrow February 13th at 3:15 in the Care room. The Care room is located in the North Cafeteria. We will be planning future projects and working in the book room. New members are always welcome!


> The Tri-M Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House in the chorus room tomorrow at 6:30pm. Bring a bagged dinner and come enjoy a night of music and fun. Want to perform? Sign up on the chorus room door and no audition is needed. Want to listen to some great performances? Just come and enjoy the evening. All are welcome. Hope to see you there!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15. Ryann, don't forget the doughnuts!



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> Today's lunch is breaded chicken drumstick

Tuesday, February 11, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day:

On February 11th 1990 Nelson Mandela was released from prison after 27 years. Mandela helped to end apartheid and bring about a peaceful transition to non racial democracy in South Africa.

In 1993, Mandela was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. One year later he was elected South Africa’s president.



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> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


> Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 21st. Registration forms are available in the Student Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 17th. The exam cost is $14.00 by check only payable to WTHS PreACT.


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday,February 25th at Thomas High School, Room 406 class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


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> There will be a Care Club meeting this Thursday, February 13th at 3:15 in the Care room. The Care room is located in the North Cafeteria. We will be planning future projects and working in the book room. New members are always welcome!


> The Tri-M Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House in the chorus room on Thursday, February 13th at 6:30pm. Bring a bagged dinner and come enjoy a night of music and fun. Want to perform? Sign up on the chorus room door and no audition is needed. Want to listen to some great performances? Just come and enjoy the evening. All are welcome. Hope to see you there!


> The Tri-M Music Honor Society will meet tomorrow morning at 8:15 in the Theory room. See you then!


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> Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is a mandatory informational meeting today at 3:30 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.


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> Today's lunch is fiestada

Monday, February 10, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On February 10th the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 which ended segregation in public places and banned employment discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex or national origin.



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> Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the Student Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and the U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Student Center by Friday, March 20th.


> Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 21st. Registration forms are available in the Student Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 17th. The exam cost is $14.00 by check only payable to WTHS PreACT.


> Roberts Wesleyan College is hosting the Black Scholars College Workshop & Career Fair on Saturday, March 14th starting at 9:00am. The admissions tour begins at 9:00 and workshops to follow that consist of financial aid, scholarship information, college summer programs internships employment and academic opportunities. Please stop down to the student center for registration information.


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> For those eligible for the World Language Honor Society, please don't forget to join the Google Classroom and fill out the Google Form Application. Everything is due by midnight Monday, February 10th! The classroom code is: v6egekv


> On Saturday, February 8, eight girls from One Webster competed at the Cornell Annual Girls Coding Contest. Students had 2 hours to solve problems involving hashing, cryptocurrency, IP addresses and geostationary satellites, among others. The Thomas team of Alyssa Ogi and Alessandra Visca placed first at Ithaca and third overall between the 29 teams at Ithaca and NYC combined. The Thomas team of Zoe Masters, Alex Ophardt and Molly Veerkamp came in second place at the Ithaca campus.


> There will be a Care Club meeting this Thursday, February 13th at 3:15 in the Care room. The Care room is located in the North Cafeteria. We will be planning future projects and working in the book room. New members are always welcome!


> The Tri-M Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House in the chorus room on Thursday, February 13th at 6:30pm. Bring a bagged dinner and come enjoy a night of music and fun. Want to perform? Sign up on the chorus room door and no audition is needed. Want to listen to some great performances? Just come and enjoy the evening. All are welcome. Hope to see you there!


> The Tri-M Music Honor Society will meet Wednesday morning at 8:15 in the Theory room. See you then!


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> If you intend to play a sport this Spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2019 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Sunday, February 9, 2020


> Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is a mandatory informational meeting on February 11th at 3:30 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.


> Congratulations to the boys indoor team placing 5th at the County meet on Saturday. Jackson Gloskey placed 3rd in the hurdles, Brendan Ford ran a personal best placing 5th in the 1000, JJ Montemaro ran his best in the mile placing 7th, Austin Schoen ran his personal best in the 2 mile placing 3rd, Bobby Folts placed 4th and Martin Carey 6th in the weight throw. Sean Smith placed 2nd in shot put and 1st in weight throw.


On the girls side, Telaney Kilian placed 8th in the 600 with her personal best and Sage Altobelli placed 4th in the 2 mile. Elena Ziskind ran her personal best in the 1000m. The girls 4 by 200 was just off their school record performance placing 4th with Julianna Klimow, Skyler Klimow, Jasmine Kendrick and Ava Pezzimenti.


> Attention boys outdoor track and field athletes, There will be a very brief informational meeting this Thursday afternoon at 330 after school, location to be determined.


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> Today's lunch is breaded chicken breast fillet sandwich

Thursday, February 6th, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is:

On February 6th, 1945 - Bob Marley was born, he was best known for popularizing reggae music.

Bob Marley advocated for social change during his short but impactful life.



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> Thursdays are great days for chess!

CHESS! CHESS! CHESS!

Today isThursday, so it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> ATTENTION FRENCH CLUB! TODAY IS CREPE DAY! LA CHANDELEUR! ALL ARE WELCOME!

SEE YOU IN ROOM 222 AFTER SCHOOL!


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> If you intend to play a sport this Spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2019 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Sunday, February 9, 2020


> Your sister school Webster Schroeder Musicals production of Chicago High School Edition is this week. Shows are this Thursday and Friday at 7:30 and a Saturday matinee at 2:00 and evening show at 7:30. Tickets are available online at www.websterschroedermusicals.com or at the door.


> Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is a mandatory informational meeting on February 11th at 3:30 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.


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> Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger


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> Please stop by the table outside the cafeteria during your lunch today to vote for the new library coffee shop name. The choices are:

Titans C.A.R.E Cafe

Publishers Cafe

Skylight Cafe

Books and Beans

Wednesday, February 5, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On Feb. 5, 1934 Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron, baseball hall of famer was born in Mobile, Alabama.

He held the all-time home run record of 755 runs for over thirty years.


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> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


> Attention all students -

We need your help!

We need to identify students for a peer leadership project called Sources of Strength. We are interested in students from various groups who have influence and sway with peers in school.

So....who in YOUR peer group has influence? Please share their names by taking our survey using the link shown here.

After we review all peer recommendations, we will make contact with chosen students before moving forward with the project.

The link can also be found in the Google Classroom for your graduating class from the counseling center.

Thank you for your help! Stay tuned for more from Sources of Strength!


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> Please join Model UN today from 4:30 to 8:30 at Bill Gray's on Hard Road for our fundraiser. All you have to do is mention the club when you buy dinner and 15% of your bill will be donated back to the club. That's tonight, February 5th, from 4:30 to 8:30 PM at the Webster Bill Gray's. Hope to see you there!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15. Nathan, don't forget the doughnuts.


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> If you intend to play a sport this Spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2019 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Sunday, February 9, 2020


> The 2020 Unified Basketball season will be starting soon.

Official practices will not begin until April 1st, but there will be open gym time at Plank North on Wednesdays from 6:30 - 7:45 starting February 5th.

There will be no open gym over February break and the gym will also be closed on March 11th and 18th.

Stop by Mr. Bertram's class in room 142 if you have questions.

Full schedule and details will be available soon.


> Your sister school Webster Schroeder Musicals production of Chicago High School Edition is this week. Shows are this Thursday and Friday at 7:30 and a Saturday matinee at 2:00 and evening show at 7:30. Tickets are available online at www.websterschroedermusicals.com or at the door.


> Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is a mandatory informational meeting on February 11th at 3:30 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.


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> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...

Rosa Parks was born on this day in 1913

By refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus in 1955, Rosa Parks helped initiate the civil rights movement in the United States.



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> Attention all students -

We need your help!

We need to identify students for a peer leadership project called Sources of Strength. We are interested in students from various groups who have influence and sway with peers in school.

So....who in YOUR peer group has influence? Please share their names using our survey.

After we review all peer recommendations, we will make contact with chosen students before moving forward with the project.

You are allowed to nominate yourself if you feel you are right for the program.

Many of you may have already completed this survey in your PE class but we are still missing about 700 of you! If you haven't completed it, or have thought of someone else to nominate, please take a moment to do so using the link shown here.

The link can also be found in the Google Classroom for your graduating class from the counseling center.

Thank you for your help! Stay tuned for more from Sources of Strength!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> If you intend to play a sport this Spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2019 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Sunday, February 9, 2020


> The 2020 Unified Basketball season will be starting soon.

Official practices will not begin until April 1st, but there will be open gym time at Plank North on Wednesdays from 6:30 - 7:45 starting February 5th.

There will be no open gym over February break and the gym will also be closed on March 11th and 18th.

Stop by Mr. Bertram's class in room 142 if you have questions.

Full schedule and details will be available soon.


> Your sister school Webster Schroeder Musicals production of Chicago High School Edition is this week. Shows are this Thursday and Friday at 7:30 and a Saturday matinee at 2:00 and evening show at 7:30. Tickets are available online at www.websterschroedermusicals.com or at the door.


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> Today's lunch is tacos

Monday, February, 3, 2020

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> As most of you know, February is Black History Month. Black History Month originated in 1926. It was founded by Carter G. Woodson and was created to celebrate achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.

We are going to recognize Black History Month with a fact for each day in February.

Today's fact for February 3rd is: In 1908 Jack Johnson became the first African American to win the world heavyweight boxing crown when he knocked out the reigning champ, Tommy Burns.

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> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.

> Attention all students -

We need your help!

We need to identify students for a peer leadership project called Sources of Strength. We are interested in students from various groups who have influence and sway with peers in school.

So....who in YOUR peer group has influence? Please share their name(s) below!

After we review all peer recommendations, we will make contact with chosen students before moving forward with the project.

You are allowed to nominate yourself if you feel you are right for the program.

Many of you may have already completed this survey in your PE class but we are still missing about 700 of you! If you haven't completed it, or have thought of someone else to nominate, please take a moment to do so using the link shown here.

The link can also be found in the Google Classroom for your graduating class from the counseling center.

Thank you for your help! Stay tuned for more from Sources of Strength!

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> Key Club meeting in room 405 this afternoon at 3:15. If you were unable to attned the meeting this morning, please plan on attending this one.

> Model UN will meet today in room 210 after school to discuss our upcoming fundraiser and conference. Please bring your signed passport and check if you plan on attending the conference. New members are welcome.

------- Sports --------------------------------------------

> If you intend to play a sport this Spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2019 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Sunday, February 9, 2020

> The 2020 Unified Basketball season will be starting soon.

Official practices will not begin until April 1st, but there will be open gym time at Plank North on Wednesdays from 6:30 - 7:45 starting February 5th.

There will be no open gym over February break and the gym will also be closed on March 11th and 18th.

Stop by Mr. Bertram's class in room 142 if you have questions.

Full schedule and details will be available soon.

> Your sister school Webster Schroeder Musicals production of Chicago High School Edition is this week. Shows are this Thursday and Friday at 7:30 and a Saturday matinee at 2:00 and evening show at 7:30. Tickets are available online at www.websterschroedermusicals.com or at the door.

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> Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

Friday, January 31, 2020

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> Key Club meeting in room 405 on Monday, February 3rd. Please attend either the morning meeting at 8:15 or the afternoon meeting at 3:15.



> Model UN will meet Monday February 3rd in room 210 after school to discuss our upcoming fundraiser and conference. Please bring your signed passport and check if you plan on attending the conference. New members are welcome.



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> The two top ranked ice hockey teams in the area play each other tonight as your Thomas Titans take on Victor at the Webster Ice Arena. Face off is at 6:00....come cheer them on to victory!


> The 2020 Unified Basketball season will be starting soon.

Official practices will not begin until April 1st, but there will be open gym time at Plank North on Wednesdays from 6:30 - 7:45 starting February 5th.

There will be no open gym over February break and the gym will also be closed on March 11th and 18th.

Stop by Mr. Bertram's class in room 142 if you have questions.

Full schedule and details will be available soon.


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> Today's lunch is roasted chicken

Thursday, January 30, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Thursdays are great days for chess!

CHESS! CHESS! CHESS!

Today isThursday, so it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


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> Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers / pizza crunchers

Wednesday, January 29, 2020

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> Are you helpful?

Do you need volunteer hours?

CARE club needs you!

We are open daily during all lunches in the room off the North cafe.


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15. Parker, don't forget the doughnuts!



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> The Titans ice hockey team improved their record to 14 wins, one loss and a tie on the season after defeating Hilton last night 6 to 2.

Teagan Spang had three goals and Kevin Gabalski had a goal and 2 assists.


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> Today's lunch is pulled BBQ turkey sandwich

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

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> The 5-hour class will be held TODAY at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


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> The girls basketball team will play Gates Chili tonight in the Thomas gym. JV tips off at 5:45 and Varsity at 7:30. Come out and support your Titans.


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> Today's lunch is french toast sticks

Monday, January 27, 2020

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> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



> The 5-hour class will be held tomorrow, January 28, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


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> Congratulations to Sean Smith and Monique Hardy who set not only new school records in the weight throw on Saturday, but also set new Section V records. Also throwing a personal best was Martin Carey and Kendall Liapis, Ava Pezzimenti, Clara Whilden and Mekaia Reid all in the 55m, Luke Widor in the pole vault, Evan Gorthy in the 55 hurdles, Jon Dingwall in the 300m, and Connor Thomas in the 1000m.



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> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Good morning everyone,

Today you will receive your spring schedules during homeroom.

If you are a Senior, please make sure that you have all your required courses and credits for graduation.

To all students, if you have a study hall or an open block and prefer to take an elective instead, please come down to the Student Center and make an appointment during your lunch or study hall to add a class. You are not allowed to drop any classes.

If you did not receive a spring schedule in your homeroom, stop down to the Student Center during lunch or study hall. If you have any questions, please stop down to the Student Center and sign up for an appointment with your counselor. Thank you everyone and enjoy your Monday!

Thursday, January 23, 2020

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> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Ski and Snowboard Club members...This weeks trip to Bristol is being postponed. The make up for this trip will be February 27th. Be sure to check your email and the google classroom for further details.


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> Student council would like to announce the Students and Faculty of the month of January.

FRESHMAN: Mayli Nitsch

Mayli works hard in class and after school to help better her understanding of content. She has been balancing her schoolwork with extra curricular activities while maintaining a positive attitude.

SOPHOMORE: Jack Stappenbeck

Jack never skips a beat in class. He is always on task, doing his work to the best of his ability and is a great role model for others. In one particular class that can get rowdy, he doesn't ever let his peers bring him down with them. His maturity is impressive.

JUNIOR: Robin Neumann

Robin hides the elf (yoda) on the shelf like no other.... Robin always has a smile and doesn't think of herself above anyone else. She excels but always keeps school in the right perspective. When they made up the teacher comment "is a pleasure to have in class..." they thought of Robin.

SENIOR: Sarah Rider

Sarah is a student that has a huge heart. She is constantly serving others and she volunteers her time at Emergency Care in the RCSD to help families in need with emergency childcare. She spends countless hours volunteering through various organizations and genuinely cares about changing the world for the better. She is amazing!

TEACHER: Denise Warren

Mrs. Warren constantly goes above and beyond for students and fellow staff and deserves recognition for all the work she does.


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> Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, January 28, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Learn about self safety and how to defend yourself in a difficult situation at the self defense seminar. This seminar will be held Thursday morning, January 23 from 7:30 - 8:30 in the Thomas gym.

Sign up online or during lunch blocks next week.

For more information see Tyler Armstrong, Jonathan Braithwaite, Patrick Mason or Sophia Braithwaite.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


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> A meeting for Families of all Clay Target Shooters will be held tonight at 6:30 in the Cafeteria. Please see Mr. Christman or Tuchrello if you did NOT get an email and are still interested in joining the Clay Target Shooting Club.


> Ski and Snowboard Club members...This weeks trip to Bristol is being postponed. The make up for this trip will be February 27th. Be sure to check your email and the google classroom for further details.


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> Today's lunch is bacon cheeseburger / bacon hamburger

Tuesday, January 21, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.


> Learn about self safety and how to defend yourself in a difficult situation at the self defense seminar. This seminar will be held Thursday morning, January 23 from 7:30 - 8:30 in the Thomas gym.

Sign up online or during lunch blocks next week.

For more information see Tyler Armstrong, Jonathan Braithwaite, Patrick Mason or Sophia Braithwaite.


> The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy now has applications available in the Student Center. This is a one week camp in the summer that involves physical training, classroom instruction, reality-based training and team building exercises. There is an application and interview process conducted by the Sheriff's department. Pick up your application in the Student Center and return it by March 6th.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> A meeting for Families of all Clay Target Shooters will be held tomorrow night at 6:30 in the Cafeteria. Please see Mr. Christman or Tuchrello if you did NOT get an email and are still interested in joining the Clay Target Shooting Club.


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> Today's lunch is cheesy bites

Friday, January 17, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, January 28, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Learn about self safety and how to defend yourself in a difficult situation at the self defense seminar. This seminar will be held Thursday morning, January 23 from 7:30 - 8:30 in the Thomas gym.

Sign up online or during lunch blocks next week.

For more information see Tyler Armstrong, Jonathan Braithwaite, Patrick Mason or Sophia Braithwaite.


> Attention all Titans....just a reminder that the last day of class for the second quarter will be on Thursday, January 23. Finish up the quarter on a storng note!


> Don't forget.....on Monday we will be celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day! Enjoy the day off!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Do you like to volunteer? Do you need volunteer hours? CARE club needs you! We are open daily during all lunches in the room off the North Cafe.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Looking for something to do tonight? The girls JV and Varsity basketball teams host Spencerport tonight. The JV's tip off at 5:45 with the Varsity following at 7:30. Hope to see you there.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is sweet & sour chicken

Thursday, January 16, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention Link Leaders: A reminder that our January Link Leader meeting is today right after school in the South Cafeteria. See you there!



> Thursdays are great days for chess!

Today isThursday, so it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> The Titans ice hockey improved their record to 11 and 1 as they defeated Fairport last night 4 to 2.

Cade Spencer had three goals to lead the Titans and Kevin Gabalski had two assists.

Connolly Springer made 22 saves in goal.

The Titans host Penfield on Tuesday at 6:00


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> Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger

Wednesday, January 15, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, January 28, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Learn about self safety and how to defend yourself in a difficult situation at the self defense seminar. This seminar will be held Thursday morning , January 23 from 7:30 - 8:30 in the Thomas gym.

Students and teachers are welcome! Sign up online or during lunch blocks next week.

For more information see Tyler Armstrong, Jonathan Braithwaite, Patrick Mason or Sophia Braithwaite.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention Link Leaders: A reminder that our January Link Leader meeting is tomorrow, January 16th right after school in the South Cafeteria. See you there!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15. Aiden, don't forget the doughnuts.



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Come support your Thomas Titans ice hockey team as they take on Fairport tonight at the Webster Ice Arena. Face off is at 7:00.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken drumstick

Tuesday, January 14, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is fiestada

Monday, January 13, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, January 28, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention Science Olympiad Students:

If you didn’t check in this morning, please see Mrs. Visca in room 305 for papers that need to be signed


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Congratulations to the girls 4x200 relay team of Julianna Klimow, Skyler Klimow, Jasmine Kendrick and Ava Pezzimenti for breaking a 7 year old school record on Saturday running a time of 1 minute 50.54 seconds.

Monique Hardy also broke her school record and set a new section 5 record in the shot put with a throw of 43 feet 4 inches.

Sean Smith came in 2nd in the shot put and 1st in the weight throw.

Jackson Gloskey set 2 personal records in the hurdles placing 2nd.

JJ Montemaro ran his personal best in the mile as did Ava Pezzimenti in her 300 and Julianna Klimow in her 55.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken breast fillet sandwich

Friday, January 10, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, January 28, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Congratulations to the Titans ice hockey team on their 6 - 2 win over Greece last night. The Titans improved their record to 9 and 1 on the season. Come support your Titans as they take the ice at 7:00, Saturday night against Schroeder.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is chicken fingers

Thursday, January 9, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> During your lunch TODAY, the tech team will be checking your chromebook. Please bring your chromebook with you to lunch today. Please make sure that your chromebook is charged.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Is your New Year's resolution to help others? Do you need to earn service hours for other clubs? If so, now is the time to check out the Care Club! It's a great way to volunteer when it is convenient for YOU! The care room is open daily during all lunch blocks. Stop in and check it out.

There will be a Care Club meeting this Thursday, January 9th after school in the care room. The care room is located inside the north cafe & new members are always welcome. Come check it out!


> Thursdays are great days for chess!

Today isThursday, so it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger

Wednesday, January 8, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> During your lunch on Thursday, January 9th, the tech team will be checking your chromebook. Please bring your chromebook with you to lunch on Thursday. Please make sure that your chromebook is charged.


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, January 28, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Is your New Year's resolution to help others? Do you need to earn service hours for other clubs? If so, now is the time to check out the Care Club! It's a great way to volunteer when it is convenient for YOU! The care room is open daily during all lunch blocks. Stop in and check it out.

There will be a Care Club meeting this Thursday, January 9th after school in the care room. The care room is located inside the north cafe & new members are always welcome. Come check it out!


> There is a mandatory Model UN meeting TODAY for all members attending the Syracuse Conference.



> Barrel of Monkey Men's Choir will meet tomorrow morning at 8:15. Aiden, don't forget the doughnuts!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Good morning and welcome to course selection season.

Today you are receiving your course selection sheet so you can request courses for next year. Please bring this sheet with you to all of your classes over the next two days.

During each class today and tomorrow, your teacher will take a few minutes to discuss the course that is recommended for you. Your teacher will also initial that recommendation on your form. Visit with teachers from elective course areas to discuss options in their departments.

When considering what to take, please keep in mind what your interests are, and what your plans are upon graduation. Maintain a balance in your life and select courses with your future in mind!

Over the next 5 weeks, School Counselors are coming to your P.E. class to meet with you one-on-one to discuss your course request for next school year. You do not need to make an appointment with us, we have already made one for you.


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> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

Tuesday, January 7, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



> During your lunch on Thursday, January 9th, the tech team will be checking your chromebook. Please bring your chromebook with you to lunch on Thursday. Please make sure that your chromebook is charged.


> Attention grades 9, 10 &11. There will be a homeroom tomorrow morning, Wednesday, January 8th. In homeroom you will pick up your course request sheet for next school year. Please listen to the morning announcements tomorrow morning for instructions about the course selection process for next year. Remember report to your homeroom tomorrow morning.



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend the field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Is your New Year's resolution to help others? Do you need to earn service hours for other clubs? If so, now is the time to check out the Care Club! It's a great way to volunteer when it is convenient for YOU! The care room is open daily during all lunch blocks. Stop in and check it out.

There will be a Care Club meeting this Thursday, January 9th after school in the care room. The care room is located inside the north cafe & new members are always welcome. Come check it out!


> There is a mandatory Model UN meeting tomorrow, Wednesday January 8 for all members attending the Syracuse Conference.



> The Tri-M National Music Honor Society will meet tomorrow, Wednesday January 8th, in the theory room at 8:15. See you then!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Titan Track Team will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, TODAY! Please show your certificate when you make any purchase between 4:30 and 8:30 this Tuesday and Bill Gray’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Track Team. See you at Bill Grays this Tuesday


> Congratulations to Sean Smith for breaking his own school record in his shot put with a 51'7" throw and to Jasmine Kendrick for setting a new record in the long jump with a 16'9" jump.


Also over break the 2 meets that the track team had were full of more personal best performances. A few of those were from Morgan Hardy with long jump at 16'8", Jackson Gloskey in hurdles with a 8.24, Ava Pezzimenti and Julianna Klimow in the 55m running an 7.81 and 7.88 respectively. Telaney Kilian in the 600 with a 1:48.03. JJ Montemaro in the 2 mile with a 10:21.92.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is tacos

Monday, January 6, 2020

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - If you are interested in the New Visions Medical Program you must attend the field trip on Wednesday, February 5th. This program requires an application and selection process. Passports are available in the Student Center.



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors - EMCC has a new one year program that allows seniors to explore careers in education. Students will participate in four 10 week rotations at different grade levels. This program has an application and selection process. In order to apply you must attend this field trip on Monday, February 3rd. You must also provide your own transportation to Thomas by 7:45am on the day of the field trip. Passports are available in the student center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> There is a mandatory Model UN meeting on Wednesday January 8 for all members attending the Syracuse Conference.



> Is your New Year's resolution to go green? If so please join Webster Thomas Earth Club for our meetings every Tuesday after school in room 205. We are working on school, town, county, and statewide green change. New members are always welcome. Please contact Celia Darling or mrs Drury for more info. We'd love to have you


> Is your New Year's resolution to help others? Do you need to earn service hours for other clubs? If so, now is the time to check out the Care Club! It's a great way to volunteer when it is convenient for YOU! The care room is open daily during all lunch blocks. Stop in and check it out.

There will be a Care Club meeting this Thursday, January 9th after school in the care room. The care room is located inside the north cafe & new members are always welcome. Come check it out!


> There is a Key Club meeting after school today in room 405.



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Titan Track Team will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Gray’s, on Hard Road, this Tuesday, January 7th! Please show your certificate when you make any purchase between 4:30 and 8:30 this Tuesday and Bill Gray’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Track Team. See you at Bill Grays this Tuesday!


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> Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

Thursday, December 19

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Yearbook Photos will take place this Friday in the Auditorium. There are schedules posted around the main hallways in the building. Please be prompt for your club picture.

Staff, as always, thank you for allowing students to leave class to have their pictures taken.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention Link Leaders: This week's Link meeting is cancelled. We will not meet on Thursday, December 19th. Our next Link Leader meeting will be Thursday, January 16th, 2020.


> Thursdays are great days for chess!

Today isThursday, so it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Star Wars/Sci-Fi club has been cancelled this afternoon. Our meeting will be rescheduled for after break.



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Thank you to all those students and staff that participated in the Holiday Spirit Week. Tomorrow is Flannel Friday. Let’s get cozy and enjoy our last day together before the winter break.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is cheesy bites

December 18, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Yearbook Photos will take place this Friday in the Auditorium. There are schedules posted around the main hallways in the building. Please be prompt for your club picture.

Staff, as always, thank you for allowing students to leave class to have their pictures taken.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> BONJOUR!!!

ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN FRENCH CLUB TODAY, DECEMBER 18TH FOR OUR CHOCOLATE FONDUE & FRENCH RACLETTE PARTY!

BRING SOMETHING TO SHARE OR SEE MISS DOORES FOR QUESTIONS.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


> Attention Link Leaders: This week's Link meeting is cancelled. We will not meet on Thursday, December 19th. Our next Link Leader meeting will be Thursday, January 16th, 2020.


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir rehearses tomorrow morning at 8:15. Nolan, don't forget the doughnuts!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Student Council wants to remind everyone about Ugly Sweater Day tomorrow. Let’s see those ugly sweaters!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / bacon cheeseburger

December 17, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held today December 17 at Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> BONJOUR!!!

ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN FRENCH CLUB TOMORROW, DECEMBER 18TH FOR OUR CHOCOLATE FONDUE & FRENCH RACLETTE PARTY!

BRING SOMETHING TO SHARE OR SEE MISS DOORES FOR QUESTIONS.

ALL ARE WELCOME!!

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


> Attention Link Leaders: This week's Link meeting is cancelled. We will not meet on Thursday, December 19th. Our next Link Leader meeting will be Thursday, January 16th, 2020.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers / pizza crunchers


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Tomorrow for Holiday Spirit Week is our Winter Wonderland Whiteout. This would be the perfect time to wear your holiday shirt from the DREAM club if you bought one. Hope to see everyone dressed in white in tomorrow.

December 16, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, December 17 at Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Does the Holiday Season bring added stress to your already busy schedule? Take a moment for yourself and stop by the Counseling Center's "MINDFUL MONDAY" table today outside the cafeteria during your lunch block!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Best Buddies will be meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, December 17 from 3:15 - 4:00 in the South Cafeteria. We will be celebrating the upcoming holidays by decorating cookies, listening to music, and having a White Elephant Gift Exchange. Please bring a wrapped gift, no more than $10 please, to exchange with someone in the club.


See you then.


> BONJOUR!!! ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN FRENCH CLUB ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18TH FOR OUR CHOCOLATE FONDUE & FRENCH RACLETTE PARTY! BRING SOMETHING TO SHARE OR SEE MISS DOORES FOR QUESTIONS. ALL ARE WELCOME!! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is waffle chicken bites


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Happy Holiday Spirit Week. Just a reminder that tomorrow is Santa’s workshop Tuesday. Come to school dressed with your santa hats, reindeer antlers, red noses, or elf gear.

December 12, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, December 17 at Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention sophomores who are going on the EMCC field trip today. Please eat lunch 3rd block at 10:40 and then check in with Ms. Marcello at the security chair by the north cafe exit door by 11:10 to board the buses.


> Attention Juniors - pick up your paper copy of your PSAT scores in the Counseling Center today. School Counselors will be available outside the cafetaries on Monday, December 16th to help link you scores to the free test prep called khan academy.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to announce their annual Talent Showcase tomorrow, Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium! Ms. Thompson, Ms. Pollino, and Mrs. Freeberg are featured faculty members, along with talented students from both Thomas and Schroeder. Tickets are available in advance from any Show Choir or at the door for $5. Hope to see you there!


> Best Buddies will be meeting on Tuesday, December 17 from 3:15 - 4:00 in the South Cafeteria. We will be celebrating the upcoming holidays by decorating cookies, listening to music, and having a White Elephant Gift Exchange. Please bring a wrapped gift, no more than $10 please, to exchange with someone in the club.


> BONJOUR!!! ALL ARE WELCOME TO JOIN FRENCH CLUB ON WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 18TH FOR OUR CHOCOLATE FONDUE & FRENCH RACLETTE PARTY! BRING SOMETHING TO SHARE OR SEE MISS DOORES FOR QUESTIONS. ALL ARE WELCOME!! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Cassidy Anschutz bowled a perfect 300 game yesterday, leading our girl's varsity bowling team to a victory over Fairport. After four matches the Titan girls are undefeated.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is general Tso's chicken / sweet & sour chicken


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Now a message from Student Council: Next week is our last week of school before Winter break and we are encouraging everyone to join us in celebrating the holidays by dressing in theme. Staff and Students will have the same themes each day next week.


Monday will be A long winter’s nap and to celebrate you can wear your favorite cozy Pajamas.


Tuesday will be Santa’s Workshop. We would love to see all your santa, elf or reindeer gear. Antlers, red noses, santa hats . . . get creative.


Wednesday will be Winter Wonderland and we will dress in white for a white out..


Thursday is our Ugly Sweater Party, let’s see all those fun sweaters


And lastly we will have Flannel Friday.


Looking forward to seeing everyone in the holiday spirit next week.

December 11, 2019

------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Seniors if you need help submitting your college applications, please stop down during any lunch block on Thursday December 12th in Room 144 for Wrap Up Your Apps Day. This time will be designated for you to receive assistance on completing or maybe even starting your applications. Come ask counselors questions, we can help match your naviance and common app accounts, request your transcripts in naviance and complete your gold sheets!

So don't forget to Wrap Up those Apps before for the Holidays!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to announce their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium! Ms. Thompson, Ms. Pollino, and Mrs. Freeberg are featured faculty members, along with talented students from both Thomas and Schroeder. Tickets are available in advance from any Show Choir or at the door for $5. Hope to see you there!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir rehearses tomorrow morning at 8:15. Patrick, don't forget the doughnuts!



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken drumstick

December 10, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, December 17 at RL Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Seniors if you need help submitting your college applications, please stop down during any lunch block on Thursday December 12th in Room 144 for Wrap Up Your Apps Day. This time will be designated for you to receive assistance on completing or maybe even starting your applications. Come ask counselors questions, we can help match your naviance and common app accounts, request your transcripts in naviance and complete your gold sheets!

So don't forget to Wrap Up those Apps before for the Holidays!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Tri-M Music Honor Society is meeting Wednesday morning at 8:15 AM in the Theory room. See you then!


> ATTENTION FRENCH CLUB!

WE WILL MEET TODAY, (TUESDAY DEC 10TH) AFTER SCHOOL IN RM 222. SEE YOU THERE.


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to announce their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium! Ms. Thompson, Ms. Pollino, and Mrs. Freeberg are featured faculty members, along with talented students from both Thomas and Schroeder. Tickets are available in advance from any Show Choir or at the door for $5. Hope to see you there!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Looking for something to do tonight?

The Thomas Titans Varsity ice hockey team hosts Hilton at 5:00 across the street at the Webster Ice Arena.

Stop in to support and cheer on the Titans to victory!


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> Today's lunch is meatball sub

December 9, 2019

------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> There will be a Model UN meeting today, after school in room 210 for all students attending the Syracuse conference. If you cannot attend, please see Miss Yang.



> The Tri-M Music Honor Society is meeting Wednesday morning at 8:15 AM in the Theory room. See you then!


> On Saturday, December 7th, six Webster students competed in University of Buffalo's third Lockdown Cybersecurity Competition for High Schools. At this hands-on competition, student teams were tasked with defending a small network of systems from attack and scored on how well their services remain available (service uptime). Teams were also assigned and scored on various timed tasks to complete throughout the event. If that’s not enough, a Cybersecurity CTF and other interesting challenges were part of the competition as well! The Schroeder team was comprised of Skyler F and Edward B and they placed second in the competition. The Thomas team was comprised of Alessandra V, Patrick M, Nolan W and Lexi V. Congrats to all competitors!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken breast fillet sandwich

December 6, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Google and Infinite Campus passwords are now synced.

To log into your Chromebook and Infinite Campus portal you need to use the following login:


The user name is first initial, last name, two-digit graduation year; for example, GWidor20


The password is the same password you are currently using to log into your Chromebook

If you are having any issues, stop into your house office.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Webster Thomas has a Shakespeare Club.

Yes, you heard me- we have a Shakespeare club!

What does this club do?

Well for one, we compete in a regional monologue competition with other schools in our area.

The winner of Regionals goes to New York City for Nationals.

The National winner goes to London, England.

We welcome any and all fans of performing arts, Shakespeare, and spoken-word competitions. We have flexible meeting and coaching times if you can't make our meetings on Mondays after school.

Please see Mr. Stoetzel or Ms Byrne in room 335 for more details.

The Shakespeare Club wants YOU!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is savory chili or game day chili

December 5, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------

> Google and Infinite Campus passwords are now synced.

To log into your Chromebook and Infinite Campus portal you need to use the following login:

The user name is first initial, last name, two-digit graduation year; for example, GWidor20

The password is the same password you are currently using to log into your Chromebook

If you are having any issues, stop into your house office.

------- Clubs --------------------------------------------

> Webster Thomas has a Shakespeare Club.

Yes, you heard me- we have a Shakespeare club!

What does this club do?

Well for one, we compete in a regional monologue competition with other schools in our area.

The winner of Regionals goes to New York City for Nationals.

The National winner goes to London, England.

We welcome any and all fans of performing arts, Shakespeare, and spoken-word competitions. We have flexible meeting and coaching times if you can't make our meetings on Mondays after school.

Please see Mr. Stoetzel or Ms Byrne in room 335 for more details.

The Shakespeare Club wants YOU!

> Today isThursday, it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"

------- Lunch --------------------------------------------

> Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

December 4, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Google and Infinite Campus passwords are now synced.

To log into your Chromebook and Infinite Campus portal you need to use the following login:


The user name is first initial, last name, two-digit graduation year; for example, GWidor20


The password is the same password you are currently using to log into your Chromebook


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Webster Thomas has a Shakespeare Club.

Yes, you heard me- we have a Shakespeare club!

What does this club do?

Well for one, we compete in a regional monologue competition with other schools in our area.

The winner of Regionals goes to New York City for Nationals.

The National winner goes to London, England.

We welcome any and all fans of performing arts, Shakespeare, and spoken-word competitions. We have flexible meeting and coaching times if you can't make our meetings on Mondays after school.

Please see Mr. Stoetzel or Ms Byrne in room 335 for more details.

The Shakespeare Club wants YOU!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15. Nathan, don't forget the doughnuts!!!



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

December 3, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Winter Drivers Education Registration will be held

TODAY from 3:30 - 6:30 for current seniors and juniors and

TOMORROW from 3:30 - 6:30 for current sophomores.

Registration takes place at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road, on a first come, first serve basis.

Visit our website at the address shown here to get a registration form and see details about lecture and driving times.

Please contact 670-1087 with questions regarding registration.


> Google and Infinite Campus passwords are now synced.

To log into your Chromebook and Infinite Campus portal you need to use the following login:


The user name is first initial, last name, two-digit graduation year; for example, GWidor20


The password is the same password you are currently using to log into your Chromebook


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Boys State and Girls State are week-long summer leadership and civics programs held throughout the United States. They are sponsored by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for high school students between their junior and senior years.


If you are currently a junior and would be interested in learning more and/or possibly interviewing for a chance to attend either Boys State or Girls State, see Mr. Callard or Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center by Wednesday, December 4th.


Each of these programs is scheduled to run on a SUNY college campus shortly after the end of the school year. If you are selected, all costs are covered by the Legion or the Auxiliary.


> The Counselors would like to invite students to stop by the Talk2MeTuesday table during lunch blocks today in the North Cafe Hallway. We want to hear from you. Have a question? Missed a previous appointment? Do you need help or resources or maybe you have an idea for us?



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> There will be a TIES volunteer training today after school in room 103 from 3:15-4:00 for all interested students. Come learn what TIES (Together Including Every Student) is all about.


> Webster Thomas has a Shakespeare Club.

Yes, you heard me- we have a Shakespeare club!

What does this club do?

Well for one, we compete in a regional monologue competition with other schools in our area.

The winner of Regionals goes to New York City for Nationals.

The National winner goes to London, England.

We welcome any and all fans of performing arts, Shakespeare, and spoken-word competitions. We have flexible meeting and coaching times if you can't make our meetings on Mondays after school.

Please see Mr. Stoetzel or Ms Byrne in room 335 for more details.

The Shakespeare Club wants YOU!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is tacos

December 2, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Winter Drivers Education Registration will be held tomorrow,

Tuesday, December 3, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current seniors and juniors and on

Wednesday, December 4, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current sophomores.

Registration takes place at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road, on a first come, first serve basis.

Visit our website at the address shown here to get a registration form and see details about lecture and driving times.

Please contact 670-1087 with questions regarding registration.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Boys State and Girls State are week-long summer leadership and civics programs held throughout the United States. They are sponsored by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for high school students between their junior and senior years.


If you are currently a junior and would be interested in learning more and/or possibly interviewing for a chance to attend either Boys State or Girls State, see Mr. Callard or Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center by Wednesday, December 4th.


Each of these programs is scheduled to run on a SUNY college campus shortly after the end of the school year. If you are selected, all costs are covered by the Legion or the Auxiliary.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> There will be Key Club Meetings on Monday December 2nd in room 405. You only need to attend one; either at 8:15 am or 3:20 pm. Please check the google classroom for many upcoming volunteer opportunities.



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Friday November 22nd and Saturday November 23rd the Webster Lakers Girls Swim Team joined the rest of the Section V qualifying swimmers at the state championship held at Ithaca College. Four swimmers, Sue Sokolowski, Lauren Schreier, Claire Gorton, and Dana Witte, and one diver, Ashley LaClaire competed in the meet. Sue, Dana, and Ashley qualified individually. The meet finished with a new school record in the 400 freestyle relay and Section V finished second overall. Congratulations swimmers on a fantastic season!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is popcorn chicken


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Kristiana: Do you love to give back? The holiday season is amazing for many, but for some kids it isn't. Hello I’m Kristiana and this is Amy Cawley and we are part of the care club. We want all of you guys to help donate brand new books to kids in need who are part of the monroe county foster care system. Your donation of a new book will help bring a smile to a child this holiday season.



Amy: There will be present boxes in the Gold house, Blue house, main office, counseling center and library. Please donate new children’s books for kids of all ages by Tuesday December 17th. The care club will be wrapping the presents and delivering them to the foster care system. Please help us bring joy to children this holiday season!


Kristiana: Have an amazing day thank you.

November 26, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Winter Drivers Education Registration will be held on

Tuesday, December 3, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current seniors and juniors and on

Wednesday, December 4, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current sophomores.

Registration takes place at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road, on a first come, first serve basis.

Visit our website at the address shown here to get a registration form and see details about lecture and driving times.

Please contact 670-1087 with questions regarding registration.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> There will be Key Club Meetings on Monday December 2nd in room 405. You only need to attend one; either at 8:15 am or 3:20 pm. Please check the google classroom for many upcoming volunteer opportunities.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken breast fillet sandwich

November 25, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Winter Drivers Education Registration will be held on

Tuesday, December 3, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current seniors and juniors and on

Wednesday, December 4, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current sophomores.

Registration takes place at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road, on a first come, first serve basis.

Visit our website at the address shown here to get a registration form and see details about lecture and driving times.

Please contact 670-1087 with questions regarding registration.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to host their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium. This concert features the Webster Show Choir as well as talent from students at both Thomas and Schroeder. Do you have a band, write your own music, or dance at a studio? If so, this is a concert you might be interested in auditioning for. Live auditions will be held TODAY after school in the Schroeder auditorium. Sign up sheets will be on the theory room doors. Can't make it? Send in a video of your performance to Laura_D'Angelo@webstercsd.org and find her with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!


> Attention all Video Game Club members...today's Video Game Club meeting is cancelled. Once again, today's Video Game Club meeting is cancelled.



> There will be Key Club Meetings on Monday December 2nd in room 405. You only need to attend one; either at 8:15 am or 3:20 pm. Please check the google classroom for many upcoming volunteer opportunities.



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> NIght of a Thousand Men is tonight at 7:00! Join us for some awesome music performed by the middle school and high school Men's Choirs. Special guests are the Penfield High School's Uptown Express and Fredonia's Much More Chill. The concert is at 7:00 and is free and open to the public!



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

November 22nd, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Winter Drivers Education Registration will be held on

Tuesday, December 3, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current seniors and juniors and on

Wednesday, December 4, from 3:30 - 6:30 for current sophomores.

Registration takes place at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road, on a first come, first serve basis.

Visit our website at the address shown here to get a registration form and see details about lecture and driving times.

Please contact 670-1087 with questions regarding registration.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to host their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium. This concert features the Webster Show Choir as well as talent from students at both Thomas and Schroeder. Do you have a band, write your own music, or dance at a studio? If so, this is a concert you might be interested in auditioning for. Live auditions will be held Monday, November 25th after school in the Schroeder auditorium. Sign up sheets will be on the theory room doors. Can't make it? Send in a video of your performance to Laura_D'Angelo@webstercsd.org and find her with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is pulled BBQ turkey sandwich

November 21st, 2019

------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to host their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium. This concert features the Webster Show Choir as well as talent from students at both Thomas and Schroeder. Do you have a band, write your own music, or dance at a studio? This is a concert you might be interested in auditioning for. Live auditions will be held after school at Thomas tomorrow, November 22nd in the band room and at Schroeder, Monday, November 25th in the auditorium. Sign up sheets will be on the theory room doors. Can't make it? Send in a video of your performance to Laura_D'Angelo@webstercsd.org and find her with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!


> If you like to dance and are interested in joining the Thomas Dance Team, there will be an informational meeting today after school in room 140. The meeting will end at 4:00.


> Attention Link Leaders: Our meeting is TODAY, right after school in the South Cafeteria.



> Today is Thursday, it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is cheesy bites

November 20th, 2019

------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> If you like to dance and are interested in joining the Thomas Dance Team, there will be an informational meeting tomorrow after school in room 140. The meeting will end at 4:00.


> Attention Link Leaders: Our meeting is tomorrow, Thursday the 21st, right after school in the South Cafeteria.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

November 19, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Tomorrow is the last day to hand in your EMCC passport to the student/counseling center. Sophomores who would like to attend EMCC next school year, must attend the field trip in December. Get you passports in by tomorrow.



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to host their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium. This concert features the Webster Show Choir as well as talent from students at both Thomas and Schroeder. Do you have a band, write your own music, or dance at a studio? This is a concert you might be interested in auditioning for. Live auditions will be held after school at Thomas Friday, November 22nd in the band room and at Schroeder, Monday, November 25th in the auditorium. Sign up sheets will be on the theory room doors. Can't make it? Send in a video of your performance to Laura_D'Angelo@webstercsd.org and find her with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!


> If you like to dance and are interested in joining the Thomas Dance Team, there will be an informational meeting Thursday after school in room 140. The meeting will end at 4:00.


> Attention all Link Leaders! This is your friendly reminder that our monthly meeting is Thursday, November 21st at 3:20 in the SOUTH CAFETERIA - this is a location change- be sure to attend!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is buffalo or pizza crunchers

November 18th, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to host their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium. This concert features the Webster Show Choir as well as talent from students at both Thomas and Schroeder. Do you have a band, write your own music, or dance at a studio? This is a concert you might be interested in auditioning for. Live auditions will be held after school at Thomas Friday, November 22nd in the band room and at Schroeder, Monday, November 25th in the auditorium. Sign up sheets will be on the theory room doors. Can't make it? Send in a video of your performance to Laura_D'Angelo@webstercsd.org and find her with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!


> If you like to dance and are interested in joining the Thomas Dance Team, there will be an informational meeting Thursday after school in room 140. The meeting will end at 4:00.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is waffle chicken bites

November 15th, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> Webster Thomas High School proudly presents Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, on November 21, 22, and 23. Tickets go on sale all next week in the cafeteria, and will be available at the door.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to host their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium. This concert features the Webster Show Choir as well as talent from students at both Thomas and Schroeder. Do you have a band, write your own music, or dance at a studio? This is a concert you might be interested in auditioning for. Live auditions will be held after school at Thomas Friday, November 22nd in the band room and at Schroeder, Monday, November 25th in the auditorium. Sign up sheets will be on the theory room doors. Can't make it? Send in a video of your performance to Laura_D'Angelo@webstercsd.org and find her with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!


> Attention Model UNers: Please stop by 210 to pick up an informational sheet on the Syracuse conference from Miss Yang. Our next meeting will be Monday after school in room 210.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is chicken fingers

November 14th, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> This week is your last chance to win a $30 gift card to AMC and a huge basket of candy when you join PTSA for just $5! You'll also get year-long discounts at great local shops like DQ, The Waffle Factory, Salvatores and more. See Mrs. Barnes in room 308 Monday through Thursday to sign up. The winner will be drawn on Friday.


> Webster Thomas High School proudly presents Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, on November 21, 22, and 23. Tickets go on sale all next week in the cafeteria, and will be available at the door.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> There will be a Care club meeting today after school in the Care Room from 3:15-3:45. The Care room is located off the North Cafe. Grab an after school snack and join us in the Care room. It's a FANTASTIC way to get the volunteer hours you need for NHS, Rotary, Key Club, etc. New members are ALWAYS welcome!


> Don't forget the Thomas Trap club information meeting offered today after school or Friday morning at 8:15 in Mr. Christman's room 216.

All are invited.


> Attention Model UNers: Please stop by 210 to pick up an informational sheet on the Syracuse conference from Miss Yang. Our next meeting will be Monday after school in room 210.



> Today isThursday, it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Attention French Club....we are meeting today after school in room 222.

Join us for snacks and French conversation!

You can join our Google classroom page using the code shown here.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is fiestada

November 13th, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> This week is your last chance to win a $30 gift card to AMC and a huge basket of candy when you join PTSA for just $5! You'll also get year-long discounts at great local shops like DQ, The Waffle Factory, Salvatores and more. See Mrs. Barnes in room 308 Monday through Thursday to sign up. The winner will be drawn on Friday.


> Webster Thomas High School proudly presents Twelfth Night, by William Shakespeare, on November 21, 22, and 23. Tickets go on sale all next week in the cafeteria, and will be available at the door.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention Art Club - see you after school in Mr. Stahls room. We will be brainstorming and sketching for our murals. It is a critical meeting, so please plan to attend.


> The Webster Show Choir is pleased to host their annual Talent Showcase on Friday, December 13th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium. This concert features the Webster Show Choir as well as talent from students at both Thomas and Schroeder. Do you have a band, write your own music, or dance at a studio? This is a concert you might be interested in auditioning for. Live auditions will be held after school at Thomas Friday, November 22nd in the band room and at Schroeder, Monday, November 25th in the auditorium. Sign up sheets will be on the theory room doors. Can't make it? Send in a video of your performance to Laura_D'Angelo@webstercsd.org and find her with any questions. Hope to see you there!!!


> There will be a Care club meeting tomorrow, November 14th, after school in the Care Room from 3:15-3:45. The Care room is located off the North Cafe. Grab an after school snack and join us in the Care room. It's a FANTASTIC way to get the volunteer hours you need for NHS, Rotary, Key Club, etc. New members are ALWAYS welcome!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15. David, don't forget the doughnuts!


Don't forget the Thomas Trap club information meeting offered Thursday after school or Friday morning at 8:15 in Mr. Christman's room 216.


All are invited.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is roasted chicken

November 12, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> This week is your last chance to win a $30 gift card to AMC and a huge basket of candy when you join PTSA for just $5! You'll also get year-long discounts at great local shops like DQ, The Waffle Factory, Salvatores and more. See Mrs. Barnes in room 308 Monday through Thursday to sign up. The winner will be drawn on Friday.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention French club! We will meet Thursday Nov 14th. Please join us for snacks & French conversation!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is meatball sub

November 8, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> The 5-hour driving class will be held Tuesday, November 12th at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Get a PTSA student discount card for only $5.

Great discounts at DQ, Waffle factory, Buffalo Wild WIngs, Bruegger's, Salvatore's and more!.

Plus, you will be entered to win a $30 AMC gift card and HUGE basket of candy.

See Mrs. Dovholuk in room 204 today to purchase your card.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention French club! We will meet NEXT Thursday Nov 14th. Please join us for snacks & French conversation!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is game day chili


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Veterans Day is on Monday and that is the reason why we are off from school. For those of you who might not know, Veterans Day is a public holiday held on the anniversary of the end of World War One- November 11th. It is a day to honor the service of all current U.S. military personnel and veterans. So remember to thank a veteran for their service to our country and for your freedom.

November 7, 2019

> The 5-hour driving class will be held Tuesday, November 12th at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Do you speak a language other than English at home? Are you enrolled in a language course right now? Are you a senior? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be eligible to earn the Seal of Biliteracy! The seal is recognition you receive at graduation, that will provide proof of your language skills for college or careers. Want to know more? Come to the informational meeting after school on November 12th! Hope to see you there!


> Get a PTSA student discount card for only $5.

Great discounts at DQ, Waffle factory, Buffalo Wild WIngs, Bruegger's, Salvatore's and more!.

Plus, you will be entered to win a $30 AMC gift card and HUGE basket of candy.

See Mrs. Dohholuk in room 204 this week to purchase your card.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention French club! We will meet NEXT Thursday Nov 14th. Please join us for snacks & French conversation!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> The Webster Thomas Cheerleaders were very happy to present the "Best Buddies" organization with a check for $2500 from their Cheer For Charity Tournament this fall!!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

November 6, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention French club! We will meet NEXT Thursday Nov 14th. Please join us for snacks & French conversation!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15. Michael, don't forget the doughnuts!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

November 5, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> The 5-hour driving class will be held Tuesday, November 12th at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Do you speak a language other than English at home? Are you enrolled in a language course right now? Are you a senior? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be eligible to earn the Seal of Biliteracy! The seal is recognition you receive at graduation, that will provide proof of your language skills for college or careers. Want to know more? Come to the informational meeting after school on November 12th! Hope to see you there!


> Get a PTSA student discount card for only $5.

Great discounts at DQ, Waffle factory, Buffalo Wild WIngs, Bruegger's, Salvatore's and more!.

Plus, you will be entered to win a $30 AMC gift card and HUGE basket of candy.

See Mrs. Dohholuk in room 204 this week to purchase your card.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> ATTENTION FRENCH CLUB!

WE WILL MEET THIS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6TH AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 222. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

November 4, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Get a PTSA student discount card for only $5.

Great discounts at DQ, Waffle factory, Buffalo Wild WIngs, Bruegger's, Salvatore's and more!.

Plus, you will be entered to win a $30 AMC gift card and HUGE basket of candy.

See Mrs. Dohholuk in room 204 this week to purchase your card.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention Key Club members....If you were not able to attend our meeting this morning at 8:15, you should plan on attending our meeting this afternoon at 3:20 pm in room 405.

Bring a canned item with you for the Thomas Food Cupboard.


> ATTENTION FRENCH CLUB!

WE WILL MEET THIS WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 6TH AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 222. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Any boys interested in swimming or diving this winter there will be an informational meeting TODAY at 4:30 at the Aquatic Center.



> Anyone interested in trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams should attend the meeting today at 3:20 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 20 minutes.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

November 1, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com


> Get a PTSA Student discount card for only $5 and a chance to

WIN $30 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Saladzius in Rm 234 TODAY


> The 5-hour driving class will be held Tuesday, November 12th at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Do you speak a language other than English at home? Are you enrolled in a language course right now? Are you a senior? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be eligible to earn the Seal of Biliteracy! The seal is recognition you receive at graduation, that will provide proof of your language skills for college or careers. Want to know more? Come to the informational meeting after school on November 12th! Hope to see you there!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Key Club Meeting will be held on Monday November 4th at either 8:15 am or 3:20 pm in room 405. Members please attend one of the meetings and bring a canned item with you for the Thomas Food Cupboard.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Any boys interested in swimming or diving this winter there will be an informational meeting on Monday November 4th at 4:30 at the Aquatic Center.



> Anyone interested in trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams should attend a meeting on Monday, November 4th at 3:20 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 20 minutes.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is pulled pork nachos

October 31, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention students enrolled in AP classes - TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to register and pay for exams at the $94 rate. After today the price per exam increases to $134. There will be no exceptions. The entire process can be completed online! Stop into the Gold House with questions.



> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com


> Get a PTSA Student discount card for only $5 and a chance to

WIN $30 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Saladzius in Rm 234 TODAY


> Do you speak a language other than English at home? Are you enrolled in a language course right now? Are you a senior? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you may be eligible to earn the Seal of Biliteracy! The seal is recognition you receive at graduation, that will provide proof of your language skills for college or careers. Want to know more? Come to the informational meeting after school on November 12th! Hope to see you there!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Key Club Meeting will be held on Monday November 4th at either 8:15 am or 3:20 pm in room 405. Members please attend one of the meetings and bring a canned item with you for the Thomas Food Cupboard.


> Today isThursday, it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> For anyone interested in trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams, there will be a meeting on Monday, November 4th at 3:20 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 20 minutes.


> The Mod A boys basketball informational meeting will be held tomorrow at 3:30 in the South Cafeteria.


> For anyone interested in trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams, there will be a meeting on Monday, November 4th at 3:20 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 20 minutes.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is chicken fingers

October 30, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Tomorrow is the deadline for all AP students to pay and register for exams at the lower, $94 rate. After tomorrow, all exams will cost $134 each! All registration and payment information is available on our webpage and can be done online! Stop down to the Gold House with questions.



> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com


> The 5-hour driving class will be held Tuesday, November 12th at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Come learn about the TIES Program - Together Including Every Student. Where students volunteer to support peers with developmental disabilities in attending extra curricular or community activities of mutual interests. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for interested students after school today at Willink Library from 3:20-4:00. (There is no late bus, so you will need your own transportation home). This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote friendships


> Attention Art Club - our next meeting is today after school in mr. stahl’s room!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15. Eric, don't forget the doughnuts!!!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Any boys interested in swimming or diving this winter there will be an informational meeting on Monday November 4th at 4:30 at the Aquatic Center.



> For anyone interested in trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams, there will be a meeting on Monday, November 4th at 3:20 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 20 minutes.


> A reminder that there's an indoor track pre-season meeting today at 3:30 in room 210.


> The Mod A boys basketball informational meeting will be held this Friday, November 1st @ 3:30 in the South Cafeteria.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is french toast sticks

October 29, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. Today is the last day to take advantage of this fundraiser.


> Attention AP students - If you plan to take an exam, please register and pay NO LATER than this Thursday, 10/31 to avoid paying a late fee! After Thursday, the price per exam increases to $134. All payment and registration information can be completed online or in the Gold House Office. Hurry! Only 3 days left!



> Attention all Morning News anchors....Please check your email for the November anchor schedule. If you are unable to attend any of the dates you are scheduled, reply back as soon as possible.


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com


> Get a PTSA Student discount card for only $5 and a chance to

WIN $30 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Saladzius in Rm 234 TODAY


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Come learn about the TIES Program - Together Including Every Student. Where students volunteer to support peers with developmental disabilities in attending extra curricular or community activities of mutual interests. Maybe a football or basketball game, after school club or dance. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for interested students after school tomorrow, October 30th, at Willink Library from 3:20-4:00. (There is no late bus, so you will need your own transportation home). This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote friendships.


> The Thomas Computer Science Club is having its first meeting Wednesday, October 30th at 3:20pm in room 138. All are welcome. Any questions see Mr. Fagan in room 138.


> The Tri-M music honor society is hosting the movie: "Little Shop of Horrors" in the Thomas Aud at 7:00PM this Friday, November 1st. There is no charge to get in. Snacks are available for a small fee. Come and enjoy a might of musical fun!


> Key Club Meeting will be held on Monday November 4th at either 8:15 am or 3:20 pm in room 405. Members please attend one of the meetings and bring a canned item with you for the Thomas Food Cupboard.


> Attention Art Club - our next meeting is tomorrow after school in mr. stahl’s room!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> There will be an informational meeting today for anyone interested in skiing this winter for the Webster alpine team after school at 3:45 in the senior lounge. Race experience is not required but prior skiing experience is encouraged. If you are unable to attend the meeting please contact Coach Francis at Schroeder for more information.


> There will be a pre-season indoor track meeting on Wednesday at 3:30 in room 210.


> Any boys interested in swimming or diving this winter there will be an informational meeting on Monday November 4th at 4:30 at the Aquatic Center.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is fiestada

OCTOBER 28, 2019

> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. Tomorrow is the last day to take advantage of this fundraiser..


> Students taking AP exams now have only 4 days to complete the registration and payment process for exams before the price increases to $134 per exam. That's an extra $40 per exam! Please complete the process by Thursday, 10/31 to avoid paying this fee!


> Attention all Morning News anchors....Please check your email for the November anchor schedule. If you are unable to attend any of the dates you are scheduled, reply back as soon as possible.


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> The Historically Black College Fair is on Monday, November 18, 2019 from 8:30am to 1:30pm at the Riverside Convention Center. We are planning to take interested African American juniors and seniors to this event. The fair will consist of workshops on preparing for college, how to pay for college and a career tour zone. Admission is free and on-site enrollment will be available. Lunch will also be provided. Pick up your passport today in the Student/Counseling Center.


> Come learn about the TIES Program - Together Including Every Student. Where students volunteer to support peers with developmental disabilities in attending extra curricular or community activities of mutual interests. Maybe a football or basketball game, after school club or dance. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for interested students after school this Wednesday, October 30th, at Willink Library from 3:20-4:00. (There is no late bus, so you will need your own transportation home). This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote friendships.


> The Thomas Computer Science Club is having its first meeting Wednesday, October 30th at 3:20pm in room 138. All are welcome. Any questions see Mr. Fagan in room 138.


> The Tri-M music honor society is hosting the movie: "Little Shop of Horrors" in the Thomas Aud at 7:00PM this Friday, November 1st. There is no charge to get in. Snacks are available for a small fee. Come and enjoy a might of musical fun!



> There will be an informational meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, October 29th, for anyone interested in skiing this winter for the Webster alpine team after school at 3:45 in the senior lounge. Race experience is not required but prior skiing experience is encouraged. If you are unable to attend the meeting please contact Coach Francis at Schroeder for more information.


> Attention Wrestlers or those interested in Wrestling

There will be a brief pre season meeting in the wrestling room tomorrow, October 29th 3:30 pm

Please come if you plan on wrestling or are interested in our program


> The girls cross country team placed second at the Monroe County Championships on Saturday, while the boys team finished fourth. Earning first team all-county honors were senior Tommy Wygal, juniors Molly O'Brien, Austin Schoen, and Gabe Valdivia, and sophomores Sage Altobelli and JJ Montemaro. Making the second team were seniors Laura Witt and Elena Ziskind, junior Kati Gamache, sophomore Aidan Civiletti, and freshman Connor Thomas.


> There will be a pre-season indoor track meeting on Wednesday at 3:30 in room 210.


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

October 25, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> There will be a variety of clubs set up outside of the cafeterias during lunches all this week. Make sure you stop by and check them out!



> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



> Auditions for the spring musical Music Man are next Tuesday evening and Saturday afternoon! Stop in the chorus room for more information!



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Come see Sparx and other robotics teams in the area, at the Rochester Armory tomorrow. The event is from 8am to 6:30 pm and admission is free. Come to the competition, and see how our team performs. Also there is a Mega Drive being held at the competition, where we will be asking for non perishable food, Children's books, small electronics and shoes to help people in our community who may need items like these. Thank you for your support.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


> There will be an informational meeting next Tuesday, October 29th, for anyone interested in skiing this winter for the Webster alpine team after school at 3:45 in the senior lounge. Race experience is not required but prior skiing experience is encouraged. If you are unable to attend the meeting please contact Coach Francis at Schroeder for more information.



> There will be an indoor track meeting for those interested at 3:30 on Wednesday, October 30th in room 210.


> Your New York State Champion, Thomas Varsity Cheerleaders, will be taking the mat tomorrow at 2:15pm at the RIT Gordon Field House!! Come cheer them on to a Sectional victory!! Best of luck to this amazing team!!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is roasted chicken

October 24, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention all AP students - If you have not yet registered AND paid for your exams, you have one week to do so before the price increases from $94 per exam to $134 per exam. The deadline is October 31st. Registration and payment can be completed online or in the Gold House. Stop in with questions. Don't delay! Register and pay today!



> There will be a variety of clubs set up outside of the cafeterias during lunches all this week. Make sure you stop by and check them out!



> Auditions for the spring musical Music Man are next Tuesday evening and Saturday afternoon! Stop in the chorus room for more information!



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Today isThursday, it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Attention Science Olympiad Students:

If you didn’t check in before school, please see Mrs. Visca in room 305 sometime today.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Looking for something to do this winter? Join the Cross Country Ski Team! No experience necessary. Come to an informative meeting today at 3:30 in the South Cafeteria.


> Attention Wrestlers or those interested in Wrestling

There will be a brief pre season meeting in the wrestling room Tuesday October 29th 3:30 pm

Please come if you plan on wrestling or are interested in our program


> Webster boys volleyball defeated Pavilion in four sets last night to improve their record to 8-9. The offense was led by Ian McNabb's 16 kills, while Allister Spiegel and Evan DeMocker contributed 8 and 6 respectively. McNabb and DeMocker also tallied four blocks each. The boys travel to Rush-Henrietta tomorrow night to close out their regular season.


> There will be an indoor track meeting for those interested at 3:30 on Wednesday, October 30th in room 210.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

October 23, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> There will be a variety of clubs set up outside of the cafeterias during lunches all this week. Make sure you stop by and check them out!



> Attention all Morning News anchors....Please check your email for the November anchor schedule. If you are unable to attend any of the dates you are scheduled, reply back as soon as possible.


> Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs for next school year, you must attend the field trip in December. Please pick up a passport in the Student/Counseling Center. Passports are due back by Wednesday, November 20th. You will not be able to attend EMCC unless you visit the program, so pick up your passport today.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Come see Sparx and other robotics teams in the area, at the Rochester Armory on October 26th, the event is from 8am to 6:30 pm admission is free. Come to the competition, and see how our team performs. Also there is a Mega Drive being held at the competition, where we will be asking for non perishable food, Children's books, small electronics and shoes to help people in our community who may need items like these. Thank you for your support.


> Do you like tacos? Do you want to support a great cause? Come to the Holt Road Chipotle today between 5 and 9 PM to support Thomas Model United Nations. Just mention the club, and 33% of your dinner cost will be donated back to support the club. Hope to see you there!


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15. Jonah, don't forget the doughnuts!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Looking for something to do this winter? Join the Cross Country Ski Team! No experience necessary. Come to an informative meeting tomorrow, October 24th at 3:30 in the South Cafeteria.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

October 22, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> School picture make up day is today.


> Students enrolled in AP courses now only have 10 more days to register AND pay for exams before the price goes up to $134 per exam. Stop into the Gold House Office with questions. Remember, the deadline is 10/31.



> There will be a variety of clubs set up outside of the cafeterias during lunches all this week. Make sure you stop by and check them out!



> Attention all Morning News anchors....Please check your email for the November anchor schedule. If you are unable to attend any of the dates you are scheduled, reply back as soon as possible.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Do you like tacos? Do you want to support a great cause? Come to the Holt Road Chipotle tomorrow, October 23 between 5 and 9 PM to support Thomas Model United Nations. Just mention the club, and 33% of your dinner cost will be donated back to support the club. Hope to see you there!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting today after school in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend.


> Looking for something to do this winter? Join the Cross Country Ski Team! No experience necessary. Come to an informative meeting this Thursday the 24th at 3:30 in the South Cafeteria.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is bacon cheeseburger / hamburger

October 21, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> School picture make up day is tomorrow.


> Throughout the week this week there will be a variety of clubs set up outside of the cafeterias during lunches. Make sure you stop by and check them out!



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Come see Sparx and other robotics teams in the area, at the Rochester Armory on October 26th, the event is from 8am to 6:30 pm admission is free. Come to the competition, and see how our team performs. Also there is a Mega Drive being held at the competition, where we will be asking for non perishable food, Children's books, small electronics and shoes to help people in our community who may need items like these. Thank you for your support.


> Attention all Video Gamers! The first meeting of the Thomas Video Game Club will be today after school, in room 434 which is located at the end of the technology hallway. Video Game Club is an opportunity for you to play video games at school with other students who share your gaming passion. Most students play online video games, but you are welcome to bring your own video gaming system to school if you like. It can be stored in the Student Center. Any questions see Mr. Callard in the Student Center.


> attenion all artists - art club is looking for confident painters interested in working on a mural project in the school. we will meet after school today in mr. stahl's room to go over details.


> Science Olympiad Students,

There is a building party after school in room 434. We will be working on Wright Stuff and the Gravity Vehicle. Any questions, please see Mrs. Visca, Mr. Schenk, Mr. Schug or Mrs. Anne.



> There will be a Model UN meeting after school today in room 210 for any students attending the Hilton conference



> Do you like tacos? Do you want to support a great cause? Come to the Holt Road Chipotle on Wednesday October 23 between 5 and 9 PM to support Thomas Model United Nations. Just mention the club, and 33% of your dinner cost will be donated back to support the club. Hope to see you there!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday October 11, 2019


> "Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting tomorrow, October 22nd after school in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend."


> Congratulations to our Thomas Titan Varsity Cheerleaders for their amazing performance yesterday at the Victor Fall Cheer Classic. They won 1st Place in their division and the Grand Champion title. Next stop....Sectionals!!



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is chicken cordon bleu sandwich

October 18, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Webster Theatre Guild in association with Webster Central PTSA presents The Addams Family

At Thomas HS October 18 & 19th

Get $15 tickets online or at the door.

PTSA members save $2 per ticket!


> There will be a donation drive for REACH advocacy, a homeless shelter in Rochester, this Friday October 18th at the homecoming game. Since students get in free with ID, make sure to tell any adults coming to bring a donation. In exchange admission for them will be FREE.Collection will begin at 6:30. If you have any questions contact Lauren Fairchild


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention all Video Gamers! The first meeting of the Thomas Video Game Club will be this Monday, after school, in room 434 which is located at the end of the technology hallway. Video Game Club is an opportunity for you to play video games at school with other students who share your gaming passion. Most students play online video games, but you are welcome to bring your own video gaming system to school if you like. It can be stored in the Student Center. Any questions see Mr. Callard in the Student Center.


> attention all artists! art club is finally here! our first meeting will be after school on monday. if you you are a confident painter and would like to be a part of a mural group to work on a large-scale project within the school, please join us to find out more. we will meet in mr. stahl's room at 3:15 on monday, october 21st.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


> "Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting on Tuesday, October 22nd after school in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend."


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Hi I’m Megan from Student Council with your spirit week announcements

TBird Tshirts are still available for the homecoming games outside the cafeteria today. Hope to see everyone at the game tonight for the black out. You can also still purchase tickets to the dance during all lunches today as well as at the door this Saturday. The dance will be in the THomas gym from 7-9 pm.

Current Standings for Spirit Week:

The freshman continue to hold 1st place with a total of 210 points, the sophomores are ub second with 150 points. The juniors are in 3rd with 140 and in 4th place, the seniors with 100 points.

But today is our biggest point day. Today your class murals will be judged, points will be awarded for your Tshirt design as voted on by the faculty, and dance ticket sales will earn points for the classes with the highest percentage of participation. Can Jam today will be about how much you put in your own bin. And then every event at the pep rally, from the dances to your cheering and sportsmanship to the tug of war are all worth points. The Spirit Stick is still up for grabs and it’s anyone’s game.

Now over to Mr. Widor for some announcements about the pep rally.

October 17, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Webster Theatre Guild in association with Webster Central PTSA presents The Addams Family

At Thomas HS October 18 & 19th

Get $15 tickets online or at the door.

PTSA members save $2 per ticket!


> There will be a donation drive for REACH advocacy, a homeless shelter in Rochester, this Friday October 18th at the homecoming game. Since students get in free with ID, make sure to tell any adults coming to bring a donation. In exchange admission for them will be FREE.Collection will begin at 6:30. If you have any questions contact Lauren Fairchild


> Attention all students enrolled in AP courses. You only have 15 days left to register and pay for exams at the rate of $94 per exam. After that, the cost for each exam increases to $134. All payments and registrations are due on Halloween and can be done online! Don't delay! Register and pay today!



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Come see Sparx and other robotics teams in the area, at the Rochester Armory on October 26th, the event is from 8am to 6:30 pm admission is free. Come to the competition, and see how our team performs. Also there is a Mega Drive being held at the competition, where we will be asking for non perishable food, Children's books, small electronics and shoes to help people in our community who may need items like these. Thank you for your support.


> Interested in Science Fiction. This afternoon, Star Wars Club will be holding its first meeting in room 316 from 3:20-4:00. New members are welcome and food and drinks provided. Look forward to seeing you there


> “Attention all Link Leaders! Our monthly meeting is today at 3:20 in the gym. Please plan on attending as we have important information to give you regarding our October social event next Friday during lunches, as well as the November meet up with your Link Crew. See you then!”



> Attention all Video Gamers! The first meeting of the Thomas Video Game Club will be this Monday, after school, in room 434 which is located at the end of the technology hallway. Video Game Club is an opportunity for you to play video games at school with other students who share your gaming passion. Most students play online video games, but you are welcome to bring your own video gaming system to school if you like. It can be stored in the Student Center. Any questions see Mr. Callard in the Student Center.


> Today isThursday, it is time for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday October 11, 2019


> "Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting on Tuesday, October 22nd after school in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend."


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> Today's lunch is pulled BBQ turkey sandwich


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Here are the current standings for spirit week so far:


4th place is the senior class with 80 points

3rd place is the junior class with 90 points

Just ahead of them in 2nd place is the sophomore class with 100 points.

And holding on to 1st place with 130 points is the Freshman Class.


[Mia] Tickets for the Homecoming Dance will be on sale each day this week during lunches. The Dance is this Thursday from 7-9pm. Come enjoy an evening of Dancing. Light refreshments will be served.


[Hannah] Remember to vote for the most spirited titans of your class in your google classroom. The winners from each class will get to pie a staff member in the face at the pep rally.


[Carolyn] Tomorrow will be Class Color day and our pep rally, so make sure to wear your class color!


Freshman color is Red, Sophomore color is Yellow, Juniors are is Purple, and Seniors are Blue. Faculty and Staff you can support a specific class or pay tribute to last year’s graduated seniors by wearing Black.


[Katie] The theme for CanJam tomorrow is Cans. Each can will be worth 5 points. All regular pantry items are still accepted, however, Cans are what will earn extra points tomorrow. Also, remember items for Haiti and the Thomas food cupboard are still extra points.


[Meghan Bracy] Tomorrow for CanJam it’s remix day so DIFFERENT than all week you will put your cans in your OWN class bin.The class with the most points tomorrow will win.


Looking forward to another great day of Spirit Week!

October 16, 2019

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> SCHOOL PICTURE MAKE-UP DAY

has been changed to TUESDAY 10/22


> The Battle on the Mats cheerleading competition is tonight in the Thomas gym. The competition starts at 5:45, and will end at 7:30. Modified, JV and our very own Varsity 2019 State Champs will be competing! Free admission with your Thomas ID!! Come support your school and see for yourself what everyone is talking about.



> There will be a donation drive for REACH advocacy, a homeless shelter in Rochester, this Friday October 18th at the homecoming game. Since students get in free with ID, make sure to tell any adults coming to bring a donation. In exchange admission for them will be FREE.Collection will begin at 6:30. If you have any questions contact Lauren Fairchild


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> “Attention all Link Leaders! Our monthly meeting is tomorrow at 3:20 in the gym. Please plan on attending as we have important information to give you regarding our October social event next Friday during lunches, as well as the November meet up with your Link Crew. See you then!”



> attention all artists! art club is finally here! our first meeting will be after school on monday. if you you are a confident painter and would like to be a part of a mural group to work on a large-scale project within the school, please join us to find out more. we will meet in mr. stahl's room at 3:15 on monday, october 21st.


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15. Scott, don't forget the doughnuts!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday October 11, 2019


> "Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting on Tuesday, October 22nd after school in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend."


> The girls cross country team finished the regular season with a 10-1 record after defeating Irondequoit and Greece Olympia, while losing a hard-fought battle to Churchville-Chili yesterday. Sophomore Sage Altobelli placed fourth overall and junior Molly O'Brien was tenth.

The boys cross country team completed their season with a 9-2 mark after defeating Greece Olympia. The Titans fell to both Irondequoit and Churchville-Chili, however. Juniors Austin Schoen and Gabe Valdivia placed fourth and fifth respectively.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is trash plate


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Megan: Good Morning, here are your Spirit Week announcements for today.

With one day of Spirit Week complete here are the standings for each class:

4th place the Seniors with 30 points

3rd place is the Junior class with 40 points

2nd place sophomores with 50 points

Which puts the Freshman in 1st place with 80 points so far.

[Jasmine] Tickets for the Homecoming Dance will be on sale each day this week during lunches. The Dance is this Saturday from 7-9pm. Come enjoy an evening of Dancing. Light refreshments will be served.

[11th grade rep] Remember to vote for the most spirited titans of your class at your class table during lunches. The top two from each class will get the opportunity to pie a staff member of their choosing at the pep rally on Friday.

[Conor] Tomorrow is Theme day. Each class has their own theme for dressing up.

For Seniors, your theme is Ancient Times, Juniors theme is Hawaii, Sophomores will be Superheros and Freshman theme is Disney. Seniors or anyone else arriving late, you can still be counted in the tally for the day if you check into your house office. First block teachers, thank you for counting and submitting your totals on the faculty google classroom page.

[ Jenna ]the theme for CanJam tomorrow is That’s Amore. Traditional Italiain food items will be the bonus items. And remember to put all your items into ANOTHER class bin. All items for Haiti and the Thomas food cupboard are still bonus items (these include: boxes of granola bars, Tshirts, Peanut butter and jelly and full sized toiletry items).

Looking forward to another great day!

October 15, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Webster Theatre Guild in association with Webster Central PTSA presents The Addams Family

At Thomas HS October 18 & 19th

Get $15 tickets online or at the door.

PTSA members save $2 per ticket!


> The 5-hour class will be held TODAY at Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> SCHOOL PICTURE MAKE-UP DAY

has been changed to TUESDAY 10/22


> The Battle on the Mats cheerleading competition is this Wednesday, October 16th in the Thomas gym The competition starts at 5:45, and will end at 7:30. Modified, JV and our very own Varsity 2019 State Champs will be competing! Come support your school and see for yourself what everyone is talking about.



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> Atten Juniors - tomorrow is the last day to register for the PSAT exam. Registration forms are due in the student/counseling center.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Come see Sparx and other robotics teams in the area, at the Rochester Armory on October 26th, the event is from 8am to 6:30 pm admission is free. Come to the competition, and see how our team performs. Also there is a Mega Drive being held at the competition, where we will be asking for non perishable food, Children's books, small electronics and shoes to help people in our community who may need items like these. Thank you for your support.


> “Attention all Link Leaders! Our monthly meeting is this Thursday, October 17 at 3:20 in the gym. Please plan on attending as we have important information to give you regarding our October social event next Friday during lunches, as well as the November meet up with your Link Crew. See you then!”



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday October 11, 2019


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is tacos


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> [Megan] Happy Spirit Week! Here are some announcements from Student Council.


The Homecoming Dance is this Saturday from 7-9pm in the gym. Tickets for the Dance will go on sale during lunches today and are $5. Spirit Points will be awarded to the class that has the highest percentage of their class purchase tickets for the dance. Tickets will be available each day this week.


[Sofia] Great to see all the Red, White and Blue out there today. A reminder that Tomorrow will be Decade day. Seniors are the 2000’s, Juniors are the 60’s, Sophomores have the 80’s and Freshman will be dressing for the Future. Seniors or anyone else arriving late, you can still be counted in the tally for the day if you check into your house office.


[9th grade rep] Can Jam has begun today with taco tuesday. All items will be counted after the lunch blocks and the points will be awarded and announced at the end of the day. Tomorrow’s theme is Giving Thanks. All regular canned good and pantry items are still accepted, but bonus points will be added for all items that are used for a Thanksgiving meal.


[Maddy] In addition to those bonus items, we will also be collecting items all week to help the Positivity Club’s donation drive for Haiti and our own Thomas Food Cupboard. The following items will be worth bonus points any day this week:


full size toiletry items


New Tshirts (child through adult sizes)


Full sized jars of peanut butter or jelly


Boxes of Granola Bars


Remember, Can Jam is about stategy- put all your items into ANOTHER class bin. The winner is the class with the least amount of points each day.


[11th grade rep] During your lunches this week you can also vote for the most spirited Titan of your grade. The winners of each class will get to pie a staff member of their choosing at the Pep Rally on Friday. Be on the look out for what staff members will be in the pie line up!

October 10, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 10/15 at Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> SCHOOL PICTURE MAKE-UP DAY

has been changed to TUESDAY 10/22


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Join us for a CARE club meeting after school TODAY from 3:15-3:45 in the CARE room. The CARE room is located in the North Cafeteria. New members are always welcome!


> All Webster students are cordially invited to participate!

We still have spots! Don’t delay!

Do NOT miss out on this great opportunity to visit

Italy and Greece!

Email Mrs.Zaborny with any questions



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s office

Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday October 11, 2019


> Webster boys volleyball defeated Midlakes in four sets last night to improve their record to 7-6. The offense was led by 9 kills apiece from Ian McNabb and Doug Chandler, while Evan DeMocker contributed 8 kills. Michael Dedee handed out 29 assists to go with 4 aces; defensively Mike Wyant continued to lead the team in digs, adding 13 more to his total. The boys host Penfield this evening at Schroeder, 7:00pm start.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is cheesy bites


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Hello, I’m Megan representing student council

I’m Lexi representing the senior class

I’m Jonathan representing the junior class

I’m Julian representing the sophomore class

And I’m [name] representing the freshman class


[Megan] As you all know, Spirit Week starts on Tuesday. And we wanted to remind you of what you can do each day to show your Titan Spirit.


[Julian] Dress days start with “American Kids” on Tuesday. Bring out your patriotic spirit and all your red, white and blue.


[Jonathan] Wednesday is Decade day. Seniors are the 2000’s, Juniors are the 60’s, Sophomores have the 80’s and Freshman will be dressing for the Future.


[freshman rep] Thursday is Class Theme Day. For Seniors, your theme is Ancient Times, Juniors theme is Hawaii, Sophomores will be Superheros and Freshman theme is Disney.


[Lexi] Friday is Class Color and pep rally day, so make sure you are dressed in your class color. Faculty you can join us in dressing any day. You can choose the theme for the class you teach the most.


[Megan] Also, during Homecoming week we will be having our CanJam competition which will be a way to support local and international causes by bringing in donations of food and other supplies. There will be a theme each day and those items will earn bonus points. The catch is that you will put them in ANOTHER class bin. At the end of each day, the class with the LEAST amount of food in their bin will be the winner for that day and points will be awarded.


[Lexi] Here are the themes for each day are:


Tuesday will be Taco tuesday for anything that would traditionally go with a meal of tacos, Wednesday will be about giving thanks (think Thanksgiving items), Thursday is That’s Amore and all traditional Italian food will be counted double. Friday is ultimate CAN JAM where Canned foods day worth five points each AND you will get to load your own bin.


[Jonathan] In addition to those bonus items, we will also be collecting items to help the Positivity Club’s donation drive for Haiti and our own Thomas Food Cupboard. The following items will be worth bonus points any day next week:


full size toiletry items


New Tshirts (child through adult sizes)


Full sized jars of peanut butter or jelly


Boxes of Granola Bars


[Megan] Finally, our Homecoming Dance will be next Saturday the 19th from 7-9pm. Tickets will be on sale during lunches all next week. We are looking forward to a great Spirit week and want to remind you all to be show good sportsmanship and bring all the Titan spirit you have.


Remember that Tuesday is American Kids and Can Jam’s theme is Taco Tuesday. Have a great weekend!

October 9, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Webster Theatre Guild in association with Webster Central PTSA presents The Addams Family

At Thomas HS October 11, 12, 18 & 19th

Get $15 tickets online or at the door.

PTSA members save $2 per ticket!


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 10/15 at Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you are interested in taking this exam pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Join us for a CARE club meeting after school tomorrow from 3:15-3:45 in the CARE room. The CARE room is located in the North Cafeteria. New members are always welcome!


> All Webster students are cordially invited to participate!

We still have spots! Don’t delay!

Do NOT miss out on this great opportunity to visit

Italy and Greece!

Email Mrs.Zaborny with any questions


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15. Brandon, don't forget the doughnuts!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> The Thomas Titans football team is sponsoring Yolickity Week from Monday, October 7th to Monday, October 14th (Columbus Day) from noon to 9pm.

The code word is Titan.

When you say, Titan, 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan Football Team. Remember to say Titan as you check out at Yolickity’s!

Thank you for your support.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is waffle chicken bites

October 8, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The Tri-M Music Honor Society has a meeting tomorrow morning at 8:15 in the Theory room. See you there with your calendars for upcoming events. Thank you!


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 10/15 at Thomas High School, Room 406; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you are interested in taking this exam pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Join us for a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday October 10th from 3:15-3:45 in the CARE room. The CARE room is located in the North Cafeteria. New members are always welcome!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


> Congratulations to the Girls JV Tennis team on their 4-3 win over Brighton yesterday. Singles wins were Cassie Spencer and Danielle Colelli. Doubles wins were Larissa Mitchell & Hope DePerna and Mya Cacciotti & Meghan Cummings. Great playing was seen by Joey Sulli and Cora Putnam, who lost in a very close tie breaker! Nice playing ladies!


> Congratulations to Our October Titan Athletes of the Month

Mckenna Leask (Soccer) and Tyler Langley (Football)


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is meatball sub


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Hi I’m Megan with some Announcements from Student Council and the T-Birds.

This year’s Homecoming Game is next Friday October 18th and we are going to be doing a Black Out. The Tbirds are taking preorders for homecoming game tshirts this week, and they will be available for pick up next week. Pre-order your shirts during 3rd, 4th and 5th block lunches outside of the cafeteria all this week.

>Student Council would also like to announce Students and Staff of the month for October.

The freshman student of the month is Maia Sutherland. Maia moved here from another school. She is a dedicated student who advocates strongly for herself. Maia is conscientious and puts her best effort into all of her English assignments. Her teachers can always count on Maia to be a respectful and mature role model in class. She has transitioned nicely into the Thomas family and we are happy to have her!

The sophomore student of the month is Chloe McWilliams. Chloe is a diligent worker and cares deeply for those around her. She always comes to class with a smile on her face and ready to work. She is compassionate and inclusive of all. She is passionate about the Best Buddies program and helping students with special needs.

The junior student of the month is Hali Elliot. Hali is always a positive presence with bright eyes and a warm smile. She is an attentive listener and a good communicator. She took initiative in her willingness to help lead the Thomas "pep band" for homecoming, which we appreciate very much! She really helped our new music teacher,Ms. Watras feel "at home" as a new addition to the staff here at Thomas.

The senior student of the month is Brandon Ange. Brandon has started out this school year positive and ready to show that he is a super senior. Brandon has an amazing focus when he is working at the food cart and enjoys talking to everyone who comes to buy something. Brandon is demonstrating how important it is to listen to others opinions and that sometimes others have really good ideas. Finally, in the classroom Brandon is working hard to show that while something may be difficult if you give it your best you will be able to figure it out.

The staff member of the month is Craig Johnville. He goes above and beyond to help not only his co-teachers but also others in the building. He is an incredibly supportive staff member and makes actionable steps to help all of our students.

October 7, 2019

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> The Thomas Titans football team is sponsoring Yolickity Week from Monday, October 7th to Monday, October 14th (Columbus Day) from noon to 9pm.

The code word is Titan.

When you say, Titan, 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan Football Team. Remember to say Titan as you check out at Yolickity’s!

Thank you for your support.



> The Tri-M Music Honor Society has a meeting Wednesday morning at 8:15 in the Theory room. See you there with your calendars for upcoming events. Thank you!


> Webster Theatre Guild in association with Webster Central PTSA presents The Addams Family

At Thomas HS October 11, 12, 18 & 19th

Get $15 tickets online or at the door.

PTSA members save $2 per ticket!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Model UN will meet today after school in room 210. If you are attending the HIlton conference, please get your permission slip and money to Miss Yang ASAP



> There will be two Key Club meetings today. One was held this morning before school and the other meeting is after school at 3:20. All members need to attend one of the meetings.


> Join us for a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday October 10th from 3:15-3:45 in the CARE room. The CARE room is located in the North Cafeteria. New members are always welcome!


> The Thomas Masterminds Team will meet tonight in Mr Chritman's room for practice and fun as usual.

All Masterminds should come by at end of day.

Masterminds - Its the Varsity Sport for Your Brain.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> A preseason informational meeting, for the Thomas Varsity Bowling Teams, will be held on tonight, at 7:00pm in the north cafeteria. All current members and those interested in becoming members of our bowling teams should attend.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken breast fillet sandwich


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Hi Webster Thomas,

I’m Julian Bement, I’m Sophie Bement, I’m Conor Bracy, I’m Jalen Barnwell, and I’m Carolyn Mack and we are the Class of 2022 officers. We need sophomores to sign up for the pep rally games and events!

If you want to participate in the tug of war, 3 legged race, wheelbarrow, blanket race, hungry hippos, or sack race, come see one of us to sign up. If you are interested in participating in the sophomore dance during the pep rally come see one of us before this weekend.

If you want to help us decorate a hallway yellow, meet us after school next Thursday the 17th by the Counseling Center. Sophomore t-shirts can be picked up during your lunch at our table outside of the cafeterias next week. Don’t forget to dress up for our themes next week for points!

October 4, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Picture Make-up Day will be Wednesday, October 16th.

If you are having pictures redone, you must bring back the original photo's.

If you did not get a school ID, you must have your picture taken in order to receive one.


> The Thomas Titans football team is sponsoring Yolickity Week from Monday, October 7th to Monday, October 14th (Columbus Day) from noon to 9pm.

The code word is Titan.

When you say, Titan, 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan Football Team. Remember to say Titan as you check out at Yolickity’s!

Thank you for your support.



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you are interested in taking this exam pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Model UN will meet Monday after school in room 210. If you are attending the HIlton conference, please get your permission slip and money to Miss Yang ASAP



> There will be two Key Club meetings on Monday October 7th in room 405. One will be held before school at 8:15 and one after school at 3:20. All members need to attend one of the meetings.


> Any student interested in joining Future Business Leaders of America should see a business teacher today!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> A preseason informational meeting, for the Thomas Varsity Bowling Teams, will be held on Monday, October 7th, at 7:00pm in the north cafeteria. All current members and those interested in becoming members of our bowling teams should attend.


> Webster Boys Volleyball recorded their third straight win of the week with a straight-set victory over Rush-Henrietta last night. Michael Dedee spread the offense out to the tune of 31 assists... Allister Spiegel registered 10 kills, with Evan DeMocker, Ian McNabb, and Mat Sanfilippo pounding 9, 8, and 6 kills respectively. Mike Wyant led the defense with 16 digs.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is shrimp poppers

We also have something very special, an authentic Hispanic meal! This includes, Pernil ( Pear-Nil), rice and beans, and lastly Tostones (Tos-tone-nase). Feel free to ask questions about Hispanic Heritage Month at our Roc2Change table.

October 3, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The Thomas Coffee Cart is in a new location by the West Cafe.

Cold Brew coffee is now available. You can have it with cream and vanilla flavoring or go all out with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.

Cookies, chips, and intense milk are also available.

Please stop by to see us.




------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> CHESS CLUB will meet TODAY in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Model UN will meet Monday after school in room 210. If you are attending the HIlton conference, please get your permission slip and money to Miss Yang ASAP



> There will be two Key Club meetings on Monday October 7th in room 405. One will be held before school at 8:15 and one after school at 3:20. All members need to attend one of the meetings.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> A preseason informational meeting, for the Thomas Varsity Bowling Teams, will be held on Monday, October 7th, at 7:00pm in the north cafeteria. All current members and those interested in becoming members of our bowling teams should attend.


> The boys cross country team remained undefeated, after sweeping a four-team meet at Webster Park yesterday. Junior Austin Schoen won the race, as the Titans took the top six places with sophomores JJ Montemaro and Aiden Civiletti, junior Gabe Valdia, and senior Tommy Wygal.

The girls cross country team also remained perfect on the season. Sophomore Sage Altobelli placed second overall, followed by seniors Laura Witt and Elena Ziskind and junior Molly O'Brien who all finished in the top five overall.


> Webster boys volleyball defeated Brighton in three straight sets last night, evening their record at 5 and 5. Ian McNabb tallied 8 kills, with Evan DeMocker adding 7 of his own. Doug Chandler led Webster with 4 blocks, while Jack Caccamise served up 3 aces in game three. The boys host Rush-Henrietta at 7:30 this evening at the Schroeder gym in a critical Monroe County match-up.


> The Thomas Titans football team is sponsoring Yolickity Week from Monday, October 7th to Monday, October 14th (Columbus Day) from noon to 9pm.

The code word is Titan.

When you say, Titan, 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan Football Team. Remember to say Titan as you check out at Yolickity’s!

Thank you for your support.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is macho nacho

October 2, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Picture Make-up Day will be Wednesday, October 16th.

If you are having pictures redone, you must bring back the original photos.

If you did not get a school ID, you must have your picture taken in order to receive one.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you are interested in taking this exam pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> CHESS CLUB will meet Thursday in room 310, and YOU are invited to come, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Barrel of monkeys men’s choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15! Aiden P, don’t forget the doughnuts!!!



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is pulled BBQ turkey sandwich


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Good morning. I’m Megan, your student council president. Spirit Week and Homecoming is less than 2 weeks away and I want to let you know about a few of the things that will be taking place that week.

Spirit week dress days will start with Tuesday the 15th being “American Kids” so you can pull out all your red, white and blue. Wednesday is decade day, Thursday is theme day and Friday is class color day. You will see posters hanging in the hallway starting today with individual class themes and decades or you can check your own class information with your officers or google classroom.

The Homecoming football game this year is on Friday night against Spencerport. We will be having our Homecoming Dance the following evening, Saturday October 19th from 7-9 pm. Tickets will be on sale for $5 during Spirit Week and will count for points toward earning the Spirit stick for your class. We are looking forward to a great week celebrating Titan Pride!

October 1, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The Thomas Coffee Cart is in a new location by the West Cafe.

Cold Brew coffee is now available. You can have it with cream and vanilla flavoring or go all out with whipped cream and chocolate syrup.

Cookies, chips, and intense milk are also available.

Please stop by to see us.




------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> The Rochester Area Colleges are coming to our school tomorrow in the west cafeteria at 10:00am. This is an opportunity to visit with many admission representatives all in one place. Please sign up for this fair in your naviance account. You must have permission from your teacher to attend.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> There will be a Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, meeting TODAY at 3:20 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome to attend!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


> Webster boys volleyball hosted Gates-Chili and improved their record to 4-5 in three straight sets. The offense was led by Allister Spiegel and Evan DeMocker with 10 and 6 kills respectively . Mike Wyant contributed a 4 aces from the serving line. The boys host Brighton at 6:00 Wednesday evening at the Schroeder gym...hope to see you there.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is fiestada

September 30, 2019

------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you are interested in taking this exam pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


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> There will be a Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, meeting on tomorrow, October 1st at 3:20 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome to attend!



> Improv Club is cancelled this afternoon, but we'll be back next Monday after school in Room 111.



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> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


> Congratulations to the Webster JV Girls tennis team on their win last Thursday against Penfield. Singles wins were Audrey China, Cassie Spencer and Stephanie Schoone. Doubles wins were Ela Palermo & Danielle Colelli and Larissa Mitchell & Hope DePerna. Very close sets were played by Cora Putnam at singles and Kayla Richardson & Meghan Cummings in doubles.


On Saturday, Webster took home a win in both singles and doubles at the JV Tennis Tournament. Congratulations to Audrey China at singles and Ela Palermo & Danielle Colelli on their wins. Larissa Mitchell & Hope DePerna made it to the semi-finals, going 1-1 in the tournament. Cassie Spencer won the singles consolation bracket, going 2-1 in the tournament. Great job ladies!


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> Today's lunch is chicken tenders

September 27, 2019

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> Picture Make-up Day will be Wednesday, October 16th.

If you are having pictures redone, you must bring back the original photo's.

If you did not get a school ID, you must have your picture taken in order to receive one.


> Attention ALL Webster students...

We still have spots available for an exciting opportunity to visit Italy and Greece!

Email Mrs.Zaborny with any question.



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> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you are interested in taking this exam pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


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> Positivity in Action is holding a Haiti donation drive which runs until October 28th. All donations will go directly to a school in Haiti. Items that can be donated include, clothes, school supplies and non-perishables, such as cans, pasta, and toothpaste. All items can be dropped of in house offices. If you are interested in helping out consider joining positivity in action. We meet every Monday in room 407, right after school. If you have any questions see or email Sofia Bosco.


> Reminder - Key Club dues must be turned in by TODAY to room 405. You can find more information on the google classroom. If you still need to join the code is: lw8eazi



> Can you hold your ground in an argument and win? Do you like to perform or act? Are you looking for something that looks amazing on college applications? Speech and Debate is the club for you! We will be holding our first meeting next Tuesday October 1st in room 220 at 3:20. Join us for pizza and find your place in Speech and Debate- all are welcome!!


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> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


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> Today's lunch is roasted chicken

September 26, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Attention ALL Webster students...

We still have spots available for an exciting opportunity to visit Italy and Greece!

Email Mrs.Zaborny with any question.



> You can order a yearbook right now at the lowest price of the year. Visit the WTHS page and click on yearbook to place your order by September 28th.


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> Reminder - Key Club dues must be turned in by Friday September 27th to room 405. You can find more information on the google classroom. If you still need to join the code is: lw8eazi



> This Thursday is CHESS CLUB - join us after school in room 310, all are invited - bring a friend!

If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Can you hold your ground in an argument and win? Do you like to perform or act? Are you looking for something that looks amazing on college applications? Speech and Debate is the club for you! We will be holding our first meeting next Tuesday October 1st in room 220 at 3:20. Join us for pizza and find your place in Speech and Debate- all are welcome!!


> Masterminds is a Trivia -Knowledge Team that meets about once a week and competes about once a month.

We can accommodate flexible schedules and we always have a lot of fun.

Come by room 216 TODAY AFTER SCHOOL and check it out.

We need people with interests and knowledge in Every Area of Life ,

See Mr. Christman if you are interested and can't make the meeting.

Masterminds, Its the Varsity Sport for your brain.


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> Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

September 25, 2019

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> Join Frau Brucker, German Teacher at Willink and Thomas today at 6:30pm in the Willink cafetorium to learn about a 12-day trip to Berlin, Vienna, Prague and Budapest in July 2021. This tour is open to ALL Webster Central School students graduating in 2025 or earlier.


> Picture Make-up Day will be Wednesday, October 16th.

If you are having pictures redone, you must bring back the original photo's.

If you did not get a school ID, you must have your picture taken in order to receive one.


> Attention freshman:

There is a Homecoming meeting after school today in Mrs. Barnes‘s classroom, room 308. We will be discussing all the events for spirit week in October. We will need students to sign up to be a part of the pep rally dance, creating the spirit week art mural, to be a part of the tug-of-war during the pep rally, and all the other games that take place during the pep rally. All ninth graders that are interested in helping out with spirit week are invited to attend the meeting today after school in room 308.


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> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you are interested in taking this exam pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


> Many college representatives are coming to visit Thomas this fall. Next week we start with Ithaca, Boston, Vermont, Binghamton and Oswego. Check out the list in your naviance account and register for the ones you are interested in.



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> French club will be meeting afterschool today in room 222. Bring your favorite board game or card game!



> Masterminds is a knowledge and trivia team that competes about once a month with other area schools. All types of expertise are needed and just some old fashioned general awareness of whats going on in the world of sports, culture, science,and entertainment.

If you'd like to check out Masterminds come by room 216 this Thursday after school.

Join us for some treats and some fun discussion to see what Masterminds is all about.

See Mr. Christman if interested but can't make the meeting.

Masterminds - its the varsity sport for your brain.


> Positivity in Action is holding a Haiti donation drive which runs until October 28th. All donations will go directly to a school in Haiti. Items that can be donated include, clothes, school supplies and non-perishables, such as cans, pasta, and toothpaste. All items can be dropped of in house offices. If you are interested in helping out consider joining positivity in action. We meet every Monday in room 407, right after school. If you have any questions see or email Sofia Bosco.


> Titan auto club will meet Thursday this week, rather than Wednesday. Our meeting will begin at 3:15 in room 426


> Reminder - Key Club dues must be turned in by Friday September 27th to room 405. You can find more information on the google classroom. If you still need to join the code is: lw8eazi



> The Thomas Creative Writing Club is looking for writers of all sorts: poets, playrights, short stories, novelists.

Join us this Wednesday after school in room 335 for some fun writing exercises. We will also be looking at the Scholastic Writing Awards competition.

Each year we publish a literary magazine featuring the best writing our school can offer. We also look at places where you can be published. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!


> This Thursday is CHESS CLUB - join us after school in room 310, all are invited - bring a friend!

If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Can you hold your ground in an argument and win? Do you like to perform or act? Are you looking for something that looks amazing on college applications? Speech and Debate is the club for you! We will be holding our first meeting next Tuesday October 1st in room 220 at 3:20. Join us for pizza and find your place in Speech and Debate- all are welcome!!


> Barrel of Monkey Men’s Choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15! It is not too late to join! No experience or audition needed, just an enjoyment of singing! See Mrs. Nitsch in the chorus room, room 120, for info. Great music, great guys and DOUGHNUTS!!! See you tomorrow morning!!!


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> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks


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> Wednesday’s Hispanic trivia question: Which Latina actress and activist grew up in Texas?


> Hi everyone, my name is Elizabeth Rutalis, and I am a senior here at Thomas. Juniors and Seniors, I want you to think to yourself for a moment...do you like alternative music and vibe with artists such as Cage the Elephant, Beck, Houndmouth, and Hippo Campus? If so, then the Webster Varsity Radio Club would like to hear from you. Speaking from personal experience, radio club is a great way to connect with students with different backgrounds that share their music tastes with the world. If you’re nervous about being on air, don’t be. We’ll teach you the ropes. If this sounds interesting and fun to you, stop by Mr. Stahl’s room, number 334, after school today at 3:20. Hope to see you there!

September 24, 2019

French club will be meeting on Wednesday, September 25 in room 222. Bring your favorite board game or card game!


“The Sexuality And Gender Equity club at Thomas provides a safe and welcoming space for any student who wants to talk about issues related to sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. Everyone is welcome to come, regardless of identity. We’ll be meeting in Mrs Byrne’s room 335 every Tuesday after school until 4:00. Hope to see you there!"


Masterminds is a knowledge and trivia team that competes about once a month with other area schools. All types of expertise are needed and just some old fashioned general awareness of whats going on in the world of sports, culture, science,and entertainment.

If you'd like to check out Masterminds come by room 216 this Thursday after school.

Join us for some treats and some fun discussion to see what Masterminds is all about.

See Mr. Christman if interested but can't make the meeting.

Masterminds - its the varsity sport for your brain.


Titan auto club will meet Thursday this week, rather than Wednesday. Our meeting will begin at 3:15 in room 426


Reminder - Key Club dues must be turned in by Friday September 27th to room 405. You can find more information on the google classroom. If you still need to join the code is: lw8eazi



The Thomas Creative Writing Club is looking for writers of all sorts: poets, playrights, short stories, novelists.

Join us this Wednesday after school in room 335 for some fun writing exercises. We will also be looking at the Scholastic Writing Awards competition.

Each year we publish a literary magazine featuring the best writing our school can offer. We also look at places where you can be published. EVERYONE IS WELCOME!


This Thursday is CHESS CLUB - join us after school in room 310, all are invited - bring a friend!

If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


Webster boys volleyball travelled to Gates-Chili and improved their record to 3 and 4. The offense was led by Mat Sanfilippo and Ian McNabb. Mike DiBisceglie contributed a season-high 10 digs on defense . The boys play defending New York State champions - Fairport this Friday evening.


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger


Tuesday’s question:Very popular and in the family of the banana, this sweet fruit is often fried and served with several Spanish and Caribbean dishes.

September 23, 2019

Join Frau Brucker, German Teacher at Willink and Thomas, on Wednesday, September 25th at 6:30pm to learn about a 12-day trip to Berlin, Vienna, Prague and Budapest in July 2021. This tour is open to ALL Webster Central School students graduating in 2025 or earlier.


Students in grades 9-11...

please stop down to your HOUSE OFFICE to pick up you ID CARDS


Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you would like a chance to take this exam, please pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


Many college representatives are coming to visit Thomas this fall. Next week we start with Ithaca, Boston, Vermont, Binghamton and Oswego. Check out the list in your naviance account and register for the ones you are interested in.


There will be a Model UN meeting today after school in room 210. New members welcome. We will be voting on our country selection for the Hilton conference


French club will be meeting on Wednesday, September 25 in room 222. Bring your favorite board game or card game!


“The Sexuality And Gender Equity club at Thomas provides a safe and welcoming space for any student who wants to talk about issues related to sexual orientation or gender identity and expression. Everyone is welcome to come, regardless of identity. We’ll be meeting in Mrs Byrne’s room 335 every Tuesday after school until 4:00. Hope to see you there!"



Masterminds is a knowledge and trivia team that competes about once a month with other area schools. All types of expertise are needed and just some old fashioned general awareness of whats going on in the world of sports, culture, science,and entertainment.

If you'd like to check out Masterminds come by room 216 this Thursday after school.

Join us for some treats and some fun discussion to see what Masterminds is all about.

See Mr. Christman if interested but can't make the meeting.

Masterminds - its the varsity sport for your brain.


Positivity in Action is holding a Haiti donation drive starting Monday September 23rd until October 28th. All donations will go directly to a school in Haiti. Items that can be donated include, clothes, school supplies and non-perishables, such as cans, pasta, and toothpaste. All items can be dropped of in house offices. If you are interested in helping out consider joining positivity in action. We meet every Monday in room 407, right after school. If you have any questions see or email Sofia Bosco.


Titan auto club will meet Thursday this week, rather than Wednesday. Club begins at 3:15 in room 428”


Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


Today's lunch is chicken cordon bleu sandwich


"Hey guys, I’m Kylie, but when I’m broadcasting for the Webster Varsity Radio Club I go by Zephyr. I’m sure that you’ve all heard that the radio club is looking for new DJs this year, and if you’re a junior or senior who likes alternative music as much as I do—ie. bands like Joywave, Clairo, Pearl Jam, or Twenty Øne Pilots—it’s a must. I’ve been a part of radio since last year and it’s a great way to break out of your comfort zone, make new friends, and share what you’re listening to with the world. We’re holding an informational meeting for potential radio hosts on Wednesday, September 25th in Mr Stahl’s room 334 and we hope to see you there!"



Monday’s question: What is the date of The Day of the Dead also known as de dia los muertos

September 20, 2019

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> Join Frau Brucker, German Teacher at Willink and Thomas, on Wednesday, September 25th at 6:30pm to learn about a 12-day trip to Berlin, Vienna, Prague and Budapest in July 2021. This tour is open to ALL Webster Central School students graduating in 2025 or earlier.


> Students in grades 9-11...

please stop down to your HOUSE OFFICE to pick up you ID CARDS



> Positivity in Action is holding a Haiti donation drive starting Monday September 23rd until October 28th. All donations will go directly to school in Haiti. Items that can be donated include, clothes, school supplies and non-perishables, such as cans, pasta, and toothpaste. All items can be dropped of in house offices. If you are interested in helping with this drive, consider joining positivity in action. We meet every Monday in room 407, right after school. If you have any questions see or email Sofia Bosco, at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org.



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> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you would like a chance to take this exam, please pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


> Many college representatives are coming to visit Thomas this fall. Next week we start with Ithaca, Boston, Vermont, Binghamton and Oswego. Check out the list in your naviance account and register for the ones you are interested in.



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> Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by this Friday, September 20th. Work left beyond the 20th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!


> The first meeting of the Comedy / Improv Club will be held this Friday afternoon in Room 111. You don't need any prior experience to join, and all are welcome. Break a leg!



> There will be a Model UN meeting on Monday September 23 after school in room 210. New members welcome. We will be voting on our country selection for the Hilton conference



> Today thousands of children across the globe skip school to ask their governments to pay attention to climate change. Here at Webster Thomas we’d like to stand in solidarity by asking our government to pay attention to climate change. During lunches Earth club will run a table where you can write the answer to a simple question “Why climate change policy is important to you?” Earth club will then send these responses to our county legislators, hoping to influence them to create a climate action plan advisory board . We ask all students, teachers, and facility to take 3 minutes out of their day to help our Earth, our future selves, and future generations.




> French club will be meeting on Wednesday, September 25 in room 222. Bring your favorite board game or card game!



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> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team when you present this certificate. See you at Bill Grays


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> Today's lunch is Bosco sampler platter


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> Hi, my name is David Potter, AKA DJDC from Webster varsity radio club. We broadcast on weekdays 4-5 on 90.5 FM WBER. If you’re a junior or senior passionate about musicians like fun, the killers, and sam nitsch, or are thinking about a broadcasting-related career, or even just want to hear your voice on the radio, we’d love to see you at our info meeting on Wednesday the 25th after school until 4. Thank you!

September 19, 2019

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> Last chance for Titan Wear. Sale runs through today and is online only. Lots of items to choose from and they are available in Ladies, Men and Tall. Proceeds from the sale benefit Thomas PTSA. Thank you for your support.


> Join Frau Brucker, German Teacher at Willink and Thomas, on Wednesday, September 25th at 6:30pm to learn about a 12-day trip to Berlin, Vienna, Prague and Budapest in July 2021. This tour is open to ALL Webster Central School students graduating in 2025 or earlier.


> Attention all Webster students....there is an exciting opportunity oi visit Italy and Greece. Come to attend our meeting tomorrow at 6:30 in the Spry cafeteria to find out more information. If you have questions see or email Mrs. Zaborny


> Attention freshmen - If you are interested in becoming part of the class of 2023's board of directors come to room 304 today afterschool at 3:20.


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> Today is the first meeting for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to join, even bring a friend! ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.


> Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by this Friday, September 20th. Work left beyond the 20th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!


> Attention class of 2023! Any Freshman interested in becoming a part of the Class of 2023’s Board of Directors, come to Room 304 today after school at 3:20pm.


> Hey! Are you a junior or senior? Does your spotify playlist or cd collection feature Billie Eilish? Weezer? Tame Impala? Nirvana? The Cure?

Are you interested in broadcasting your voice to the world on the radio and web?

Are you thinking about a career in communications?

If so - you should come hear all about Webster Varsity Radio Club!

We will have an informational meeting at 3:30 on wednesday in Mr. Stahl’s room - 334. See him with any questions.


> The first meeting of the Comedy / Improv Club will be held this Friday afternoon in Room 111. You don't need any prior experience to join, and all are welcome. Break a leg!



> There will be a Model UN meeting on Monday September 23 after school in room 210. New members welcome. We will be voting on our country selection for the Hilton conference



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> Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken

September 18, 2019

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> The Webster Thomas Auto Club will hold their first meeting today in room 428. We will meet every wednesday from 3:15-4:15 and everyone with a passion or interest in cars, motorcycles, or anything with an engine is welcome to join. This year we will be building a custom motorcycle and would welcome anyone who is interested in working with us


> Travel through the Iron Curtain and World War II to Gothic cathedrals and ancient cities that are now more vibrant than ever. Berlin and Vienna mix historical significance, rich culture and an exciting cosmopolitan energy. Prague, which escaped the bombs of World War II, woos you with old-world charm. And in Krakow and Budapest, two of Europe's most underrated cities, architectural gems await around every corner.

Join Frau Brucker, German Teacher at Willink and Thomas, on Wednesday, September 25th at 6:30pm to learn about our 12-day trip to Central Europe in July 2021. This tour is open to ALL Webster Central School students graduating in 2025 or earlier.


> Attention all Webster students....there is an exciting opportunity oi visit Italy and Greece. Come to attend our meeting tomorrow at 6:30 in the Spry cafeteria to find out more information. If you have questions see or email Mrs. Zaborny


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you would like a chance to take this exam, please pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


> Many college representatives are coming to visit Thomas this fall. Next week we start with Ithaca, Boston, Vermont, Binghamton and Oswego. Check out the list in your naviance account and register for the ones you are interested in. If you are unable to access your account, please stop down to the student/counseling center to have your password reset.



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> Attention Mathletes!!!


Our informational meeting is today in Room 200 at 3:20. Please see your math teacher for applications. If you have any questions, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.


> Attention all girls who are interested in singing. There is a really great opportunity for you to share your talent by being in an a student run a cappella group! This group, Barbieshop meets two times a week, once in the morning and once after school. Auditions will be held on today in room 114, the music theory room ran by Annalise DePaull and Maria Conti. If you are interested, please sign up on the chorus room door and pick up your music in the chorus room (room 120) as well. Please also be prepared for a rehearsal friday morning before school!


> Thursday, September 19th, is the first meeting for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to join, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by this Friday, September 20th. Work left beyond the 20th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!


> Attention class of 2023! Mr. Bertrand and Mrs. Barnes are your faculty advisors and they are inviting any interested Freshman to become a part of the Class of 2023’s Board of Directors. Come to Room 304 tomorrow after school at 3:20pm. We will be discussing Homecoming Week events, t-shirt designs, mural design, pep rally activities and a whole lot more. Come and be a part of the leadership team for the Class of 2023. Hope to see, many Freshman after school this Thursday for our first meeting in room 304!


> It is not too late to join Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir! We meet every Thursday morning 8:15-8:40 in room 120. Next rehearsal is tomorrow morning!!! Come experience the magic of good music and great friendships. And Nick, DON'T FORGET THE DOUGHNUTS!!!


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> Congratulations to the Girls JV tennis team on their 5-2 win yesterday against HF-L. Singles wins came from Audrey China, Cassie Spencer, and Larissa Mitchell. Doubles wins came from Stephanie Schoone & Maddy Wideman and Cora Putnam & Marissa Ross. Congratulations ladies!



> The girls cross country team remained undefeated with victories over Batavia and Spencerport on Tuesday at Northampton Park. Senior Laura Witt was the overall winner, as the Titans crossed seven of the top eight runners in the race.


The boys cross country team also remained undefeated with wins over Batavia and Spencerport. Junior Austin Schoen topped the field, leading a procession of six Titans in the top 10.


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> Today's lunch is trash plate


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Hey, I’m Kayla Krurnowski, also known as DJ K Squared on 90.5 fm WBER! I’m a senior, and the marketing director for Webster Varsity Radio Club this year. Since freshman year I was looking forward to the chance to join radio club because I had heard so many stories about what an incredible experience it was. I love alternative music... and in case you are not familiar with that term - it’s a pretty big genre - featuring bands like Tame Impala, Billie Eilish, Nirvana, Weezer, and many many more! I joined radio club last year, and I am so glad I did. I co-hosted a show once a week from 4-5pm for half the school year, and with this I was able to share my favorite bands with the world, as well as learn about so many more cool musicians.


This club has by far been one of my favorite parts of high school. If you’re a Junior or Senior and this sounds exciting to you, join us for our informational meeting after school - next Wednesday - September 25th in Mr. Stahl’s room!

September 17, 2019

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> The 5-hour class will be held today at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


> Last chance for Titan Wear. Sale runs through September 19th and is online only. Lots of items to choose from and they are available in Ladies, Men and Tall. Proceeds from the sale benefit Thomas PTSA. Thank you for your support.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you would like a chance to take this exam, please pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


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> There will be Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, meeting today at 3:20 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome to attend!



> ATTENTION ALL FRESHMAN!!!

Join Link Crew for our annual "Kickball under the Lights" at the Titan Stadium tonight! We will start playing at 7:45 and end at 8:45. This is always a super fun event and great way to connect with other freshman and Link Leaders. We hope to see you then!!


> Attention Mathletes!!!


Our informational meeting will be on September 18th in Room 200 at 3:20. Please see your math teacher for applications. If you have any questions, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.


> Come join the coolest team in town!

The Webster Sailing Club is looking for new members that are interested in

trying a fun new sport.

For more information contact Liam Faudree at Liam@rochesteryc.com

or calll 585-314-9760


> Attention all girls who are interested in singing. There is a really great opportunity for you to share your talent by being in an a student run a cappella group! This group, Barbieshop meets two times a week, once in the morning and once after school. Auditions will be held on Wednesday, September 18th in room 114, the music theory room ran by Annalise DePaull and Maria Conti. If you are interested, please sign up on the chorus room door and pick up your music in the chorus room (room 120) as well. Please also be prepared for a rehearsal friday morning before school!


> All Webster students are cordially invited to attend a meeting on an opportunity to visit Italy and Greece!

The meeting is Thursday, September 19th @ 6:30 in the Spry cafeteria.

Email Mrs.Zaborny with any questions at carmen_zaborny@webstercsd.org


> Thursday, September 19th, is the first meeting for CHESS CLUB - it will be in room 310, and YOU are invited to join, even bring a friend!

ALL are welcome. If you have any questions see Mr. Zaleski in room 310.

Come challenge your mind and join us for a "battle on the board"


> Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by this Friday, September 20th. Work left beyond the 20th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!


> The Tri-M Music Honor Society is having their first meeting of the year on Wednesday morning at 8:15 AM in the theory room. Please bring your calendar to set dates for the year!


> Attention class of 2023! Mr. Bertrand and Mrs. Barnes are your faculty advisors and they are inviting any interested Freshman to become a part of the Class of 2023’s Board of Directors. Come to Room 304 this Thursday, September 19th after school at 3:20pm. We will be discussing Homecoming Week events, t-shirt designs, mural design, pep rally activities and a whole lot more. Come and be a part of the leadership team for the Class of 2023. Hope to see, many Freshman after school this Thursday for our first meeting in room 304!


> There is a Science Olympiad informational meeting today after school in room 305.



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> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. With a certificate given, Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team. They need to have the paper certificate to make this happen. See your newsletter for certificates and See you at Bill Greys!


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> Today's lunch is tacos


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Nina - Hi my name is Nina Lewis and this is my best buddy Lilli

Lilli - best buddies is an organization that creates friendships like Nina and I, come learn more about best buddies today September 13th in the south cafe contact Mrs green or myself for more information Hope to see you there

Monday, September 16

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> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, September 17th, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


> The Webster Thomas Auto Club will begin meeting on Wednesday September 18th in room 428. We will meet every wednesday from 3:15-4:15 and everyone with a passion or interest in cars, motorcycles, or anything with an engine is welcome to join. This year we will be building a custom motorcycle and would welcome anyone who is interested in working with us


> Attention all Seniors in the World Language Honor Society. If you did not continue into Level 5/AP for foreign language and need points, Mrs. Jurs is having a meeting in her room 224 tomorrow, Tuesday, September 17th at 8:00 AM to discuss possible options.



> Last chance for Titan Wear. Sale runs through September 19th and is online only. Lots of items to choose from and they are available in Ladies, Men and Tall. Proceeds from the sale benefit Thomas PTSA. Thank you for your support.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Many college representatives are coming to visit Thomas this fall. Next week we start with Ithaca, Boston, Vermont, Binghamton and Oswego. Check out the list in your naviance account and register for the ones you are interested in. If you are unable to access your account, please stop down to the student/counseling center to have your password reset.



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> Are you looking for any exciting volunteer opportunities? Key Club is the thing for you! Key Club offers opportunities for volunteer work for around the area. If you are interested please stop down to room 405 for our first meeting for an informational meeting Monday September 16 after school at 3:20!! Hope to see you there.

If you want to join our Google Classroom for other information the code is: lw8eazi


> There will be Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, meeting on Tuesday, September 17 at 3:20 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome to attend!



> ATTENTION ALL FRESHMAN!!!

Join Link Crew for our annual "Kickball under the Lights" at the Titan Stadium next Tuesday September 17th! We will start playing at 7:45 and end at 8:45. This is always a super fun event and great way to connect with other freshman and Link Leaders. We hope to see you then!!


> Attention Mathletes!!!


Our informational meeting will be on September 18th in Room 200 at 3:20. Please see your math teacher for applications. If you have any questions, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.


> Come join the coolest team in town!

The Webster Sailing Club is looking for new members that are interested in

trying a fun new sport.

For more information contact Liam Faudree at Liam@rochesteryc.com

or calll 585-314-9760


> Attention all girls who are interested in singing. There is a really great opportunity for you to share your talent by being in an a student run a cappella group! This group, Barbieshop meets two times a week, once in the morning and once after school. Auditions will be held on Wednesday, September 18th in room 114, the music theory room ran by Annalise DePaull and Maria Conti. If you are interested, please sign up on the chorus room door and pick up your music in the chorus room (room 120) as well. Please also be prepared for a rehearsal friday morning before school!


> It is that time of year! We want to welcome you all back to another awesome year at Thomas and invite you to join Best Buddies!

What is Best Buddies? Best Buddies is all about inclusion! We get together and enjoy what makes each of us unique! We invite all of you to bring your best you to our Best Buddies event!

Join us Tuesday, September 17 from 3:30 - 4:10 in the South Cafeteria. Laugh, make new friendships, and have a snack.

If you have any questions, please reach out to

Ms. Green in room 147

We hope to see you there!


> All Webster students are cordially invited to attend a meeting on an opportunity to visit Italy and Greece!

The meeting is Thursday, September 19th @ 6:30 in the Spry cafeteria.

Email Mrs.Zaborny with any questions at carmen_zaborny@webstercsd.org


> There is a Science Olympiad Informational Meeting tomorrow after school in room 305. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.



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> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. With a certificate given, Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team. They need to have the paper certificate to make this happen. See your newsletter for certificates and See you at Bill Greys!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is chicken tenders


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> Good morning Thomas!

We are a part of the Roc 2 Change Thomas Club whose goal is to make our school environment more inclusive and positive for all students and staff. Our group believes it is important to talk about topics such as race and religion to give everyone a voice and a sense of belonging, even though people aren’t always completely comfortable talking about them. Yesterday was the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, which celebrates the contributions that Hispanic and Latinx Americans have made to our society. This celebration continues through October 15th. We plan to incorporate various things into our school community the next month in support and celebration of Hispanic culture - After all, Hispanic and Latinx culture IS American culture. Part of what we will be doing to celebrate includes posing trivia questions about Hispanic Culture - it’s music, food, history and people. All answers can be submitted outside of the cafeteria during lunches. We will draw a winner each day! Today’s question is:

What Latin American Countries celebrated their independence yesterday?

If interested in becoming a part of Roc2 Change Thomas and helping us in making Thomas a more accepting and inclusive place, please join the classroom using the code pxm56wl.

Friday, September 13

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> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, September 17th, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


> Breakfast is now being served in the North Cafe from 8:15 8:45 AM everyday. Come check out our new coffee bar. We have Iced coffee, Cold Brew, and lots of new flavor creamers and coffees.

Also EMCC and EMT students..We are open for YOU at 7:15 AM.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!


> The Webster Thomas Auto Club will begin meeting on Wednesday September 18th in room 428. We will meet every wednesday from 3:15-4:15 and everyone with a passion or interest in cars, motorcycles, or anything with an engine is welcome to join. This year we will be building a custom motorcycle and would welcome anyone who is interested in working with us


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> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you would like a chance to take this exam, please pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


> Many college representatives are coming to visit Thomas this fall. Next week we start with Ithaca, Boston, Vermont, Binghamton and Oswego. Check out the list in your naviance account and register for the ones you are interested in. If you are unable to access your account, please stop down to the student/counseling center to have your password reset.



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> Attention all webster Thomas students. Are you looking for an opportunity to talk about current issues, share your views, and have service opportunities? Then Positivity in Action is the place for you. Each week we will have a different discussion topic, ranging from mental health to current events. We will have an informational meeting Monday September 16th at 3:15. There will be cookies! We hope to see you there! If you have any questions stop and see Ms.Smalter in room 407. Or see or email Sofia Bosco at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org. Thank you.


> Are you looking for any exciting volunteer opportunities? Key Club is the thing for you! Key Club offers opportunities for volunteer work for around the area. If you are interested please stop down to room 405 for our first meeting for an informational meeting Monday September 16 after school at 3:20!! Hope to see you there.

If you want to join our Google Classroom for other information the code is: lw8eazi


> There will be Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, meeting on Tuesday, September 17 at 3:20 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome to attend!



> ATTENTION ALL FRESHMAN!!!

Join Link Crew for our annual "Kickball under the Lights" at the Titan Stadium next Tuesday September 17th! We will start playing at 7:45 and end at 8:45. This is always a super fun event and great way to connect with other freshman and Link Leaders. We hope to see you then!!


> Attention Mathletes!!!


Our informational meeting will be on September 18th in Room 200 at 3:20. Please see your math teacher for applications. If you have any questions, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.


> There will be a Science Olympiad informational meeting next Tuesday immediately after school in room 305. If you have any questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.



> Come join the coolest team in town!

The Webster Sailing Club is looking for new members that are interested in

trying a fun new sport.

For more information contact Liam Faudree at Liam@rochesteryc.com

or calll 585-314-9760


> All Webster students are cordially invited on a trip

to visit Italy and Greece!

Take advantage of this exciting opportunity!

Come to our meeting on Thursday, 9/19th @ 6:30 in the Spry cafeteria.



> Attention all girls who are interested in singing. There is a really great opportunity for you to share your talent by being in an a student run a cappella group! This group, Barbieshop meets two times a week, once in the morning and once after school. Auditions will be held on Wednesday, September 18th in room 114, the music theory room ran by Annalise DePaull and Maria Conti. If you are interested, please sign up on the chorus room door and pick up your music in the chorus room (room 120) as well. Please also be prepared for a rehearsal friday morning before school!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. With a certificate given, Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team. They need to have the paper certificate to make this happen. See your newsletter for certificates and See you at Bill Greys!


> Webster boys volleyball rode the Marco Polo spice route to Brockport and won their second straight away match, this time in four sets. Allister Spiegel and Michael Dedee quarterbacked the offense, dishing out a combined 33 assists. Spiegel also paced Webster with 12 kills...followed by Evan DeMocker and Doug Chandler with 11 and 8 kills, respectively. Defensive standouts were Mike Wyant and Zach Zian with 10 digs each.



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> Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

Thursday, September 12

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Auditions for the Fall Play, Twelfth Night, will be held today.. There's a sign up sheet on the door of Room 111. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. Break a leg!


> The Thomas Morning News needs your help! We are looking for students who are interested in producing and anchoring our daily news program. Come be part of an exciting team and learn what goes on behind the scenes of our show. You are invited to our informational meeting TODAY after school at 3:20 in room 245. All current Thomas Morning News members should attend as well.

If you cannot attend this meeting but are still interested in joining the Thomas Morning News, stop by and see Mr. Buttles in room 245


> Breakfast is now being served in the North Cafe from 8:15 8:45 AM everyday. Come check out our new coffee bar. We have Iced coffee, Cold Brew, and lots of new flavor creamers and coffees.

Also EMCC and EMT students..We are open for YOU at 7:15 AM.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


> Attention Juniors: the PSAT is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 19th from 7:30-11:30. If you would like a chance to take this exam, please pick up a registration form and practice book in the Student/Counseling Center. The registration forms are due by Wednesday, October 16th.


> Many college representatives are coming to visit Thomas this fall. Next week we start with Ithaca, Boston, Vermont, Binghamton and Oswego. Check out the list in your naviance account and register for the ones you are interested in. If you are unable to access your account, please stop down to the student/counseling center to have your password reset.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention all webster Thomas students. Are you looking for an opportunity to talk about current issues, share your views, and have service opportunities? Then Positivity in Action is the place for you. Each week we will have a different discussion topic, ranging from mental health to current events. We will have an informational meeting Monday September 16th at 3:15. There will be cookies! We hope to see you there! If you have any questions stop and see Ms.Smalter in room 407. Or see or email Sofia Bosco at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org. Thank you.


> Are you looking for any exciting volunteer opportunities? Key Club is the thing for you! Key Club offers opportunities for volunteer work for around the area. If you are interested please stop down to room 405 for our first meeting for an informational meeting Monday September 16 after school at 3:20!! Hope to see you there.

If you want to join our Google Classroom for other information the code is: lw8eazi


> Interested in community service? CARE club will be holding its first meeting today after school in room 316. We will be discussing how the CARE room will be run this year and brainstorming projects for this school year. All are welcome to attend.


> SAGE is a club at Webster Thomas that promotes acceptance and tolerance for all students, no matter where they are on the L.G.B.T.Q. spectrum. Our first meeting will be today after school from 3:20 to 4:00 in Mrs. Byrne's room 335. Hope to see you there!


> There will be Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, meeting on Tuesday, September 17 at 3:20 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome to attend!



> ATTENTION ALL FRESHMAN!!!

Join Link Crew for our annual "Kickball under the Lights" at the Titan Stadium next Tuesday September 17th! We will start playing at 7:45 and end at 8:45. This is always a super fun event and great way to connect with other freshman and Link Leaders. We hope to see you then!!


> There will be a Science Olympiad informational meeting next Tuesday immediately after school in room 305. If you have any questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.



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> Attention all hockey players. There will be an informational meeting today at 3:30 in the South Cafe. If you are unable to attend please see coach Evans during the week.



> Webster boys volleyball travelled to Eastridge and won their first match of the young season in three straight sets. The offense was led by Allister Spiegel's 9 kills and 6 assists, while Mat Sanfilippo contributed 5 kills. Michael Dedee handed out 10 assists; defensively Doug Chandler continued to lead the team in blocking, adding three more to his total. The boys travel out to Brockport this evening, trying to get back to a .500 record on the year.



> Congrats to the boys soccer team on their win last night with a 4-1 win. Cam Webb led the way with 2 goals and an assist. They up their record to 3-0-1



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> Today's lunch is Bosco cheese sticks

Wednesday, September 11

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, September 17th, at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


> Auditions for the Fall Play, Twelfth Night, will be held today and Thursday of this week. There's a sign up sheet on the door of Room 111. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. Break a leg!


> The Thomas Morning News needs your help! We are looking for students who are interested in producing and anchoring our daily news program. Come be part of an exciting team and learn what goes on behind the scenes of our show. You are invited to our informational meeting TOMORROW after school at 3:20 in room 245. All current Thomas Morning News members should attend as well.

If you cannot attend this meeting but are still interested in joining the Thomas Morning News, stop by and see Mr. Buttles in room 245


> Breakfast is now being served in the North Cafe from 8:15 8:45 AM everyday. Come check out our new coffee bar. We have Iced coffee, Cold Brew, and lots of new flavor creamers and coffees.

Also EMCC and EMT students..We are open for YOU at 7:15 AM.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!


> The Webster Thomas Auto Club will begin meeting on Wednesday September 18th in room 428. We will meet every wednesday from 3:15-4:15 and everyone with a passion or interest in cars, motorcycles, or anything with an engine is welcome to join. This year we will be building a custom motorcycle and would welcome anyone who is interested in working with us


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> ATTENTION ALL THOSE interested in FRENCH CULTURE!

FRENCH CLUB IS THE CLUB FOR YOU!

OUR FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING WILL BE TODAY AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 222

See Mrs. Doores for questions


> Attention students involved in or wanting to be involved in Rotary interact--please join the google classroom for updates, meeting information, and links to sign up for events. Member dues will be collected when Mrs. Muth is back. Please also hang on to all verification forms as well. See Mrs. Bardanis with any questions in the meantime. The google classroom code is: TZFOPS.


> Interested in community service? CARE club will be holding its first meeting tomorrow after school in room 316. We will be discussing how the CARE room will be run this year and brainstorming projects for this school year. All are welcome to attend.


> Barrel of Monkeys will meet tomorrow morning at 8:15 in room 120


> SAGE is a club at Webster Thomas that promotes acceptance and tolerance for all students, no matter where they are on the L.G.B.T.Q. spectrum. Our first meeting will be tomorrow after school from 3:20 to 4:00 in Mrs. Byrne's room 335. Hope to see you there!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Attention all hockey players. There will be an informational meeting tomorrow at 3:30 in the South Cafe. If you are unable to attend please see coach Evans during the week.



> The boys cross country team swept a three-team meet yesterday at Parma Park with wins over Hilton, Canandaigua, and defending sectional champion Penfield. Juniors Austin Schoen and Gabe Valdivia and sophomore JJ Montemaro all placed in the top five overall. Freshman Connor Thomas placed sixth.


The girls cross country team also swept the meet. Sophomore Sage Altobelli was the overall winner, while the Titans got strong showings from seniors Lia Kowalski, Elena Ziskind, and Laura Witt, who took the fifth through seventh places.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is chicken and waffles


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


> Good morning. My name is Mr. Thurley and I teach AP Government and United States History. Today, I would like you to join me in remembering the events of eighteen years ago. On September 11, 2001, 2,977 people lost their lives to terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center Towers, the Pentagon, and aboard Flight 93. These losses mark the most devastating terrorist attacks the United States of America has experienced. Today, we remember not only the loss of life, but also the heroic actions of the first responders and recovery workers who risked their safety in service of others.


This past Monday, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation establishing September 11th Remembrance Day. The new law allows for a brief moment of silence in public schools across the state at the beginning of the school day every September 11th to encourage dialogue and education in the classroom, and to ensure future generations have an understanding of the September 11th, 2001 terrorist attacks and their place in history. Students graduating from High School as part of the Class of 2019 were just newborns during the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and soon enough there will be no students in the national public school system born at the time of 9/11. By mandating a brief moment of silent reflection every year, we may ensure that future generations will better understand this day and its significance in our history.


Please join me in a moment of silence...


Thank you.


In 2009, Congress designated September 11th as the National Day of Service and Remembrance and challenged all Americans to do at least one good deed to honor the victims and responders. We recognize the many who rose in service after the attacks including our firefighters and EMTs, public safety officers, rescue and recovery workers, volunteers, and also our men and women in the armed forces. Today, our actions and charitable service activities, honor the victims of the terrorist attacks, pay tribute to the many who served in response to the attacks, and help to rekindle a spirit of unity in America and Webster. Let September 11 serve as a reminder to view each other as neighbors, not as strangers, and envision what our society might be like if we worked more closely together to solve our problems. This past summer, Congress, despite all their differences, did just that.


In July, President Trump signed the Never Forget the Heroes Act which permanently reauthorized the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. This fund pays out claims for deaths and illnesses of first responders who fell ill after working at the World Trade Center or the Pentagon in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. More than 32,000 of them have developed diseases of the respiratory or digestive tracts, and 705 have died of those diseases. Cancer has also affected almost 9,000 first responders, and 600 have died. Under the law , $10.2 billion will be authorized for the fund for the next 10 years, then additional billions until 2090, essentially covering the surviving 9/11 responders for the rest of their lives. This is a major win for first responders, who have been pushing for permanent funding for over a decade.


You can also do your part. You can help turn a day of tragedy into a day of doing good deeds for others. Also, please honor the memory of all affected by 9/11 and support #911DAY on Twitter. Every good deed counts - go make the world a better place Titans.

Tuesday, September 10

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> Auditions for the Fall Play, Twelfth Night, will be held on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. There's a sign up sheet on the door of Room 111. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. There will also be informal audition workshops on Monday and Tuesday after school in Room 111. Break a leg!


> Breakfast is now being served in the North Cafe from 8:15 8:45 AM everyday. Come check out our new coffee bar. We have Iced coffee, Cold Brew, and lots of new flavor creamers and coffees.

Also EMCC and EMT students..We are open for YOU at 7:15 AM.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!


> It’s CLASS RING ORDER WEEK at Webster Thomas High School!!

YOu may order on Thursday, September 12th

During Lunches Outside the Cafeteria

*Also during Open House Night on Thursday, Sept. 12th

Information Packets are available in the Main office & House Office


> School pictures will be taken today & tomorrow during PE classes.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> Attention all webster Thomas students. Are you looking for an opportunity to talk about current issues, share your views, and have service opportunities? Then Positivity in Action is the place for you. Each week we will have a different discussion topic, ranging from mental health to current events. We will have an informational meeting Monday September 16th at 3:15. There will be cookies! We hope to see you there! If you have any questions stop and see Ms.Smalter in room 407. Or see or email Sofia Bosco at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org. Thank you.


> ATTENTION ALL THOSE interested in FRENCH CULTURE!

FRENCH CLUB IS THE CLUB FOR YOU!

OUR FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING WILL BE THIS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 222

See Mrs. Doores for questions


> Attention students involved in or wanting to be involved in Rotary interact--please join the google classroom for updates, meeting information, and links to sign up for events. Member dues will be collected when Mrs. Muth is back. Please also hang on to all verification forms as well. See Mrs. Bardanis with any questions in the meantime. The google classroom code is: TZFOPS.


> Are you looking for any exciting volunteer opportunities? Key Club is the thing for you! Key Club offers opportunities for volunteer work for around the area. If you are interested please stop down to room 405 for our first meeting for an informational meeting Monday September 16 after school at 3:20!! Hope to see you there.

If you want to join our Google Classroom for other information the code is: lw8eazi


> Interested in community service? CARE club will be holding its first meeting this Thursday after school in room 316. We will be discussing how the CARE room will be run this year and brainstorming projects for this school year. All are welcome to attend.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. With a certificate given, Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team. They need to have the paper certificate to make this happen. See your newsletter for certificates and See you at Bill Greys!


> Attention all hockey players. There will be an informational meeting this Thursday at 3:30 in the South Cafe. If you are unable to attend please see coach Evans during the week.



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> Today's lunch is meatball sub

Monday, September 9

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/17 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


> Auditions for the Fall Play, Twelfth Night, will be held on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. There's a sign up sheet on the door of Room 111. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. There will also be informal audition workshops on Monday and Tuesday after school in Room 111. Break a leg!


> There will be a Model UN meeting TODAY after school in room 210. If you cannot attend, see a club officer or Miss Yang for details


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Thomas Morning News needs your help! We are looking for students who are interested in producing and anchoring our daily news program. Come be part of an exciting team and learn what goes on behind the scenes of our show. You are invited to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th after school at 3:20 in room 245. All current Thomas Morning News members should attend as well.

If you cannot attend this meeting but are still interested in joining the Thomas Morning News, stop by and see Mr. Buttles in room 245


> ATTENTION ALL THOSE interested in FRENCH CULTURE!

FRENCH CLUB IS THE CLUB FOR YOU!

OUR FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING WILL BE THIS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 11 AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 222

See Mrs. Doores for questions


> Attention students involved in or wanting to be involved in Rotary interact--please join the google classroom for updates, meeting information, and links to sign up for events. Member dues will be collected when Mrs. Muth is back. Please also hang on to all verification forms as well. See Mrs. Bardanis with any questions in the meantime. The google classroom code is: TZFOPS.


> Are you looking for any exciting volunteer opportunities? Key Club is the thing for you! Key Club offers opportunities for volunteer work for around the area. If you are interested please stop down to room 405 for our first meeting for an informational meeting Monday September 16 after school at 3:20!! Hope to see you there.

If you want to join our Google Classroom for other information the code is: lw8eazi


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. With a certificate given, Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team. They need to have the paper certificate to make this happen. See your newsletter for certificates and See you at Bill Greys!


> "Attention Thomas Girls Lacrosse players. There will be open gym from 8-9 p.m. in the fieldhouse starting today. 9th grade and up are welcome to join."



> Congratulations to the Webster JV girls tennis team for their victory against Canandaigua Friday. Singles victories came from Audrey China, Cassie Spencer, and Danielle Colelli. Doubles victories came from Larissa Mitchell & Hope DePerna and Stephanie Schoone & Madeline Wideman. Leading but not able to finish their final set due to rain were Ela Palermo and Cora Putnam & Marisa Ross. Congratulations ladies!



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> Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

Friday, September 6

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/17 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


> Auditions for the Fall Play, Twelfth Night, will be held on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. There's a sign up sheet on the door of Room 111. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. There will also be informal audition workshops on Monday and Tuesday after school in Room 111. Break a leg!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


> The Thomas Morning News needs your help! We are looking for students who are interested in producing and anchoring our daily news program. Come be part of an exciting team and learn what goes on behind the scenes of our show. You are invited to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th after school at 3:20 in room 245. All current Thomas Morning News members should attend as well.

If you cannot attend this meeting but are still interested in joining the Thomas Morning News, stop by and see Mr. Buttles in room 245


> There will be a Model UN meeting on Monday, September 9 after school in room 210. If you cannot attend, see a club officer or Miss Yang for details



> Attention all webster Thomas students. Are you looking for an opportunity to talk about current issues, share your views, and have service opportunities? Then Positivity in Action is the place for you. Each week we will have a different discussion topic, ranging from mental health to current events. We will have an informational meeting Monday September 16th at 3:15. There will be cookies! We hope to see you there! If you have any questions stop and see Ms.Smalter in room 407. Or see or email Sofia Bosco at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org. Thank you.


> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir begins next Thursday, September 11 at 8:15 AM! Good music, good friends and DOUGHNUTS! No audition required, just show up. Or, stop in room 120, the chorus room, for information.

See you next Thursday!


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> The JV Titans Football team won their opening game yesterday against Greece Olympia with a final score of 50-14. Great contributions were made by all included, 6 different players scoring points, and forcing 6 turnovers on defense. Most importantly, all players represented Titan Pride to the fullest


> Come out tonight and suppport your Varsity football Titans as they play their home opener against the Greece Olympia Spartans. Kickoff is 7:30 at the T! See you there!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

Thursday, September 5

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/17 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 4:00 PM -9:00 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class


> Auditions for the Fall Play, Twelfth Night, will be held on Wednesday and Thursday of next week. There's a sign up sheet on the door of Room 111. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. There will also be informal audition workshops on Monday and Tuesday after school in Room 111. Break a leg!


> Good morning Webster Thomas and welcome to the new school year. My name is Mr. Callard and I am one of the school counselors here at Thomas. Today you have received your fall schedule in homeroom. This schedule is blue in color and is the one you should be following as it is the most up-to-date. Please recycle any earlier versions you received.


Seniors: Please make sure that you have all your required courses and credits for graduation. If you don’t, see your counselor right away.


To all students: if a core class is missing or if you would like to add an elective, please come down to the counseling center during your lunch period or study hall time to address these items. Please remember, students are not allowed to simply drop a class.


At this time, I would like to introduce the newest member of our team, Mrs. Cattat. Mrs. Cattat is taking over for Mr. Mykins who retired last school year. She has the alpha Sq-Z. Welcome Mrs. Cattat we’re glad to have you here!


> The Thomas Morning News needs your help! We are looking for students who are interested in producing and anchoring our daily news program. Come be part of an exciting team and learn what goes on behind the scenes of our show. You are invited to our informational meeting on Thursday, September 12th after school at 3:20 in room 245. All current Thomas Morning News members should attend as well.

If you cannot attend this meeting but are still interested in joining the Thomas Morning News, stop by and see Mr. Buttles in room 245


> Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. With a certificate given, Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team. They need to have the paper certificate to make this happen. See your newsletter for certificates and See you at Bill Greys!


> The Thomas Titans Girls’ Tennis team played the Eastridge Lancers yesterday afternoon. They won 6-1 and now have a win/loss record of 3-0. Congratulations team.




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> Today's lunch is fiestada

Friday, June 14

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> WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.




> Chromebook collection will be taking place today outside of the WTI office across from the Cafeteria. All students must turn their chromebooks and chargers in this year, and new ones will be issued in August. If your chromebook is not turned in today, you may return it afterward to the main office. If your chromebook is not turned in by July 1st, your family will be billed for the cost of the device.

Seniors will be provided directions for moving their files to an outside google account.

If you have questions, stop down to the WTI room.


> Attention Students Signed Up for AP Physics 1 next school year:

Please see Mrs. Visca sometime today in room 305.


> Library books are due. Please return them to your ELA teacher or the main office. Thank you.



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> The final Best Buddies meeting of the year will be Monday, June 17 from 5:30 - 7:00 at the Thomas Turf. We will be having a kick-ball game against Schroeder's Best Buddies chapter and then enjoying pizza. See everyone there!


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> FREE SCHOOL SPORTS PHYSICALS

FOR UPCOMING SCHOOL YEAR WILL BE HELD TUES JUNE 18TH AND WED JUNE 19TH FROM 5-7PM AT SCHROEDER HIGH NURSE OFFICE. LAST SIGN IN IS AT 6:45PM AND BRING A PARENT.


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> Today's lunch is pizza


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> Hi I'm Megan your Student Council President. I will be renewing my position for the 2019-2020 school year and I would like to announce the rest of our student council members:

Vice President - Dan Yang

Secretary - Kaitlin Fosdick

Treasurer - Jonathan Braithwaite

Athletic Coordinator: Peyton Smith

Assistants:Maggie Ammon, Dana Witte, Tim Dudinski

Social Media coordinator: Julia Resnick

We will be having a meeting next week on Tuesday at 1:30 in Room 411. Class Liaisons are also welcome to come as we will begin discussing Homecoming week for the fall.

Student Council would like to wish you a happy and safe summer! We look forward to seeing you in the fall!


> Hi Everyone

I’m here to remind you about the School Supplies Recycling Program

Hopefully, you’ve seen the cardboard boxes in the hallway. I know many of you have already

contributed as you’ve been cleaning out your lockers so thank you!

The program will continue today as well as all next week so make sure to place your unwanted school supplies like binders, pens, pencils, unused or gently used folders, unused lined paper, all those kinds of items.

Just a note, these bins are not for paper recycling like review packets, unit packets or plastic recycling like water bottles and Dunkin’ cups. Those are for the recycling bins either in the hallway or almost every room in the building. We’d really appreciate your help with that.

Again, these items will be going to students in need throughout the Greater Rochester Area so anything you can donate from your supplies would be awesome!

Thank you

Thursday, June 13

Do you want to be a Lifeguard?

The Webster Aquatic Center is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course starting June 26th. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Participants must be 15 years old. Please register online or call 670-1087.


The Webster Aquatics Center is teaching a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class starting June 26th. This class certifies you to teach swim lessons to all ages. Participants must be at least 16 years old. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Please register online or call 670-1087.


The Math Lab will be open after school today from 2:30-3:30 for extra regents review. Please stop in with any math questions you may have as you prepare for your regents exams.


Chromebook collection will be taking place today and Friday outside of the WTI office across from the Cafeteria. All students must turn their chromebooks and chargers in this year, and new ones will be issued in August. If your chromebook is not turned in today or Friday, you may return it afterward to the main office. If your chromebook is not turned in by July 1st, your family will be billed for the cost of the device.

Seniors will be provided directions for moving their files to an outside google account.

If you have questions, stop down to the WTI room.


The final Best Buddies meeting of the year will be Monday, June 17 from 5:30 - 7:00 at the Thomas Turf. We will be having a kick-ball game against Schroeder's Best Buddies chapter and then enjoying pizza. See everyone there!


Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

Wednesday, June 12

The Math Lab will be open after school the next two Thursdays, June 6th and 13th, from 2:30-3:30 for extra regents review. Please stop in with any math questions you may have as you prepare for your regents exams.


Calling all art students! If you took an ART elective first semester, please go see your art teacher today to sign up for our big end of the year art show!!! We need you and your art work! We need to hear from you by the end of the day on Wednesday!!!


Chromebook collections will be taking place this Thursday and Friday outside of the WTI office across from the Cafeteria. All students must turn their chromebooks and chargers in this year, and new ones will be issued in August. If your chromebook is not turned in on Thursday or Friday, you may return it afterward to the main office. If your chromebook is not turned in by July 1st, your family will be billed for the cost of the device.

Seniors will be provided directions for moving their files to an outside google account.

If you have questions, stop down to the WTI room.


The final Best Buddies meeting of the year will be Monday, June 17 from 5:30 - 7:00 at the Thomas Turf. We will be having a kick-ball game against Schroeder's Best Buddies chapter and then enjoying pizza. See everyone there!


Attention Girls Swimmers & Divers. There will be a Full Team pre-season meeting for all swimmers and divers, new and returning members, today at 3:30pm at the Webster Aquatic Center. Shuttle bus is available. Any questions please contact Coach Doerner


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

Tuesday, June 11

Calling all art students! If you took an ART elective first semester, please go see your art teacher today to sign up for our big end of the year art show!!! We need you and your art work! We need to hear from you by the end of the day on Wednesday!!!


Chromebook collections will be taking place this Thursday and Friday outside of the WTI office across from the Cafeteria. All students must turn their chromebooks and chargers in this year, and new ones will be issued in August. If your chromebook is not turned in on Thursday or Friday, you may return it afterward to the main office. If your chromebook is not turned in by July 1st, your family will be billed for the cost of the device.

Seniors will be provided directions for moving their files to an outside google account.

If you have questions, stop down to the WTI room.


Student council would like to congratulate the Students and Faculty of the month for June.


In 9th grade, Gabby Pannone- Gabby is a phenomenal student who works hard every day! She is also a help to her classmates in explaining the material. Gabby is a part of Key Club and consistently volunteers in a number of activities and events. She is not only a great student but a wonderful and kind person!!


In 10th grade: Tessa DeGrace- Tessa is an active part of the student body, she participates in many school groups including select choir, show choir, voice classes, the school musical, school play, and more. Tessa has a kind heart and always works hard at whatever task is at hand.


In 11th grade: Alyssa Cottrell- Alyssa is a determined, hard-working, and positive student who displays positivity despite all that she has on her plate including multiple AP classes. Alyssa is a participant of cross-country, track, and field. She will do great things in her senior year.


In 12th grade: Ben Mack- Ben is hardworking and respectful, showing a lot of resilience this year having so many injuries, he is a model student who always gives his peers someone to look up to. His participation at the elementary schools during his calculus project was outstanding and he was having a lot of fun with the kids.


This month's faculty member is Erin Leahy- Mrs. Leahy cares about her student's in not only their academic lives but also their home lives- making sure that all the students have the resources they need to be successful in and out of school. She has great style and brings a lot of energy to her classroom which allows kids to feel safe to participate, and her participation in LINK makes each new student feel accepted into Thomas.


Congratulations to all that were selected. Please stop down to the main office at some point today to receive your award.


The final Best Buddies meeting of the year will be Monday, June 17 from 5:30 - 7:00 at the Thomas Turf. We will be having a kick-ball game against Schroeder's Best Buddies chapter and then enjoying pizza. See everyone there!


Attention all Titan wrestlers...We are meeting today at 3pm in the Wrestling room.

This is an important meeting so dont miss it. Warball and Spike ball will be played!!!!!


Attention Girls Swimmers & Divers. There will be a Full Team pre-season meeting for all swimmers and divers, new and returning members, on Wednesday, June 12…3:30pm at the Webster Aquatic Center. Shuttle bus is available. Any questions please contact Coach Doerner


Attention Boys Volleyball players....an open gym combined with informational meeting will be held in the Schroeder gymnasium tomorrow...Wednesday, June 12th... from 2:45-4:15pm. Anyone interested in playing volleyball is welcome to attend. Please contact Coach Kennedy at Schroeder for any additional information. Hope to see you tomorrow after school.


Today's lunch is chicken tenders


Hi I’m Megan your Student Council President and I have the privilege of announcing the Class Officers for the 2019-2020 School year.


For the soon to be Sophomore Class, class of 2022:

President Julian Bement

Vice President Connor Bracy

Treasurer Sofie Bement

Secretary Carolyn Mack

Class Liaison Jalen Barnwell


For the soon to be Junior Class, class of 2021:

President Dan Card

Vice President Ben Welch

Treasurer Jonathan Reeve

Secretary Owen Murphy

Class Liaison Kara Grose


And finally for the Senior Class, class of 2020:


President Katie Weinnmann

Vice President Maddie Meschino

Treasurer Lexi Valachovic

Secretary Mikayla Ferrara

Co - Class Liaisons Jenna Villa and Maghan Bracy


Good Morning Thomas!

I’m Mrs. Hayes and I’m here this morning to let you know about the end of the year,

School Supplies Recycling Program.

Most of you already know about it, but newer students and freshman may not.

I, along with Mrs. Green’s students am heading up this awesome program, that has been happening here at Thomas for many years, to help underprivileged schools and students of the Greater Rochester area.

Believe it or not, there are so many that can’t afford the most basic school supplies for the start of and throughout the school year. Most of us don’t have this issue, in fact, we have more than we need!

All this week, we’ll be placing large cardboard bins in the hallways to collect unwanted school supplies like pens and pencils, spiral notebooks, binders, dividers, rulers, folders and all sorts of supplies you don’t want or need anymore. Even if a notebook has been used, but still has a lot of papers in it you don’t need, put it in the bin!

The custodial staff will also have garbage bins in the halls. Please make sure to put only supplies in our bins and only garbage in the garbage bins. We’ll be going through them regularly and we’d really appreciate your respect on this issue.

Thanks in advance for helping us out and know that your donations will be going to help out so many grateful students in our area!!!

Monday, June 10

WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.


The Math Lab will be open after school the next two Thursdays, June 6th and 13th, from 2:30-3:30 for extra regents review. Please stop in with any math questions you may have as you prepare for your regents exams.


Calling all art students! Calling all art students! If you took an ART elective first semester, please go see your art teacher today to sign up for our big end of the year art show!!! We need you and your art work! We need to hear from you by the end of the day on Wednesday!!!


Attention all Titan wrestlers...We are meeting on Tuesday, June 11th at 3pm in the Wrestling room.

This is an important meeting so dont miss it. Warball and Spike ball will be played!!!!!


Attention Girls Swimmers & Divers. There will be a Full Team pre-season meeting for all swimmers and divers, new and returning members, on Wednesday, June 12…3:30pm at the Webster Aquatic Center. Shuttle bus is available. Any questions please contact Coach Doerner


Congratulations to Monique Hardy for placing 2nd in both the state and Federation shot put events at the state meet this past weekend.


Today's lunch is meatball sub

Friday, June 7

Do you want to be a Lifeguard?

The Webster Aquatic Center is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course starting June 26th. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Participants must be 15 years old. Please register online or call 670-1087.


The Webster Aquatics Center is teaching a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class starting June 26th. This class certifies you to teach swim lessons to all ages. Participants must be at least 16 years old. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Please register online or call 670-1087.


WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.


Attention all sophomores and juniors who applied to be Link Leaders: A reminder to attend the Mandatory Play Day on Monday, June 10th from 2:30 to 4pm in the Gym. You must be on time. No exceptions. See you Monday!


All library books should be returned to your ELA teacher by Monday, June 10.


Calling all art students! Calling all art students! If you took an ART elective first semester, please go see your art teacher today to sign up for our big end of the year art show!!! We need you and your art work! We need to hear from you by the end of the day on Wednesday!!!


Attention all Titan wrestlers...We are meeting on Tuesday, June 11th at 3pm in the Wrestling room.

This is an important meeting so don't miss it. Warball and Spike ball will be played!!!!!


Today's lunch is fiestada

Thursday, June 6

Are you looking for a job??? WonderCare directors will be in the lunchroom TODAY to talk about employment opportunities?


Attention all sophomores and juniors who applied to be Link Leaders: A reminder to attend the Mandatory Play Day on Monday, June 10th from 2:30 to 4pm in the Gym. You must be on time. No exceptions. See you Monday!


The Math Lab will be open after school today from 2:30-3:30 for extra regents review. Please stop in with any math questions you may have as you prepare for your regents exams.


"SAGE club is hosting a speaker! Join us in Mrs Byrne's room 335 today to hear our former president speak about the LGBT community in a college setting, and learn about some useful resources to consider when picking a college. The meeting will go from 2:30 to 3:15. Hope to see you there!"


Today's lunch is roasted chicken

Wednesday, June 5

Are you looking for a job??? WonderCare directors will be in the lunchroom tomorrow, June 6th to talk about employment opportunities?


Attention all sophomores and juniors who applied to be Link Leaders: A reminder to attend the Mandatory Play Day on Monday, June 10th from 2:30 to 4pm in the Gym. You must be on time. No exceptions. See you Monday!


The Math Lab will be open after school the next two Thursdays, June 6th and 13th, from 2:30-3:30 for extra regents review. Please stop in with any math questions you may have as you prepare for your regents exams.


"SAGE club is hosting a speaker! Join us in Mrs Byrne's room 335 this Thursday to hear our former president speak about the LGBT community in a college setting, and learn about some useful resources to consider when picking a college. The meeting will go from 2:30 to 3:15. Hope to see you there!"


There will be a girls’ preseason tennis meeting tomorrow, June 6 after school in the West Cafeteria 2:30-3:00. No experience necessary. Come and bring a friend.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

Tuesday, June 4

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> The 5-hour class will be held today at Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Are you looking for a job??? WonderCare directors will be in the lunchroom on Thursday, June 6th to talk about employment opportunities?



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> Attention international club...Join us for our end of the year & welcoming of summer party!

Learn about festivals around the world.

Bring a dish to pass.

We will meet today after school in room 222

Hope to see you there!


> "SAGE club is hosting a speaker! Join us in Mrs Byrne's room 335 this Thursday to hear our former president speak about the LGBT community in a college setting, and learn about some useful resources to consider when picking a college. The meeting will go from 2:30 to 3:15. Hope to see you there!"



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> Friday night, at the state qualifier meet for track and field, several athletes ran, or threw, their personal bests. Elena Ziskind in the steeplechase in 7 minutes 38 seconds, Sage Altobelli in the 1500 with 4 minutes 59 seconds, Ava Pezzimenti in the 400 with 62 seconds, Abby Roetker in the pentathlon with 2,291 points, Skyler Klimow in discus with 94 feet 5 inches and the 4x800 relay of Sage, Kati Gamache, Katherine Peterson and Laura Witt with 10 minutes 21 seconds. Monique Hardy improved upon her discus school record with a throw of 133 feet 4 inches. She will be moving onto the state meet this coming weekend throwing the discus and shot put. Congratulations ladies on a great season and good luck this weekend Monique!



> The Unified Basketball Banquet is tonight at 5:30pm in the North Cafeteria. Also, please remember to bring your uniforms if you have not already returned them.


> There will be a girls’ preseason tennis meeting this Thursday, June 6 after school in the West Cafeteria 2:30-3:00. No experience necessary. Come and bring a friend.


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> Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger

Monday, June 3rd

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, June 4th at Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.

Directors will be in the cafeteria area on Thursday, June 6th to answer any questions you may have.


Attention international club...Join us for our end of the year & welcoming of summer party!

Learn about festivals around the world.

Bring a dish to pass.

We will meet Tuesday, June 4th after school in room 222

Hope to see you there!


Attention anyone interested in girls volleyball ?

There is a preseason meeting.on June 5th at 6pm in the Thomas South Cafe.

Please bring chromebooks to this meeting.


Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

Friday, May 31

Do you want to be a Lifeguard?

The Webster Aquatic Center is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course starting June 26th. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Participants must be 15 years old. Please register online or call 670-1087.


The Webster Aquatics Center is teaching a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class starting June 26th. This class certifies you to teach swim lessons to all ages. Participants must be at least 16 years old. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Please register online or call 670-1087.


WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.


A note from Ms Warren: For the rest of the year, please return library books to your ELA teacher. Thank you!


Attention all students, come see the annual dance team showcase tonight at 6:30pm in the Thomas Auditorium. Tickets will be sold 4th and 5th block in the cafeteria this week, today through Friday.


Attention international club...Join us for our end of the year & welcoming of summer party!

Learn about festivals around the world.

Bring a dish to pass.

We will meet Tuesday, June 4th after school in room 222

Hope to see you there!


Today's lunch is meatball sub


As you have heard the past few mornings, we are preparing for elections for the 2019-2020 school year. We have already heard speeches from the classes of 2022 and 2021. If you are a current freshman or sophomore you can go to your class's google classroom to vote for your class council.

Today we will hear from the class of 2020.. In order to vote for your class council, you will need to join the google classroom this week and vote next week before elections close on the 6th of June.


The classroom code is c53b7b and will be at the bottom of the screen. Now over to the candidates.


Hi i'm Katie Weinmann, i’m Maddy Meschino, i’m Lexi Valachovic, i’m Jenna Villa, and i’m Mikayla Ferrara and we are your current 2020 class council. By keeping us as your representatives, we will make it a great senior year. With our experience we will ensure you have an exciting ball and senior trip. Please consider voting for us again.


"Hello! My name is Meghan Bracy and I'm running for Senior Class Council Liaison because I'm passionate about brainstorming and working with, as well as helping others. Along with being outgoing and open-minded, I am an excellent communicator. I would be honored to have your vote. Thank you!"

Thursday, May 30

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, June 4th at Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Picnic Day is TODAY!

Hot Dog, chips, watermelon, cookies all will be served in the courtyard by your favorite Principal and AP's.

Come join the fun!

Please note no salad bar, sub line or pizza this day.


Attention all students, come see the annual dance team showcase this Friday, May 31st at 6:30pm in the Thomas Auditorium. Tickets will be sold 4th and 5th block in the cafeteria this week, today through Friday.


Attention international club...Join us for our end of the year & welcoming of summer party!

Learn about festivals around the world.

Bring a dish to pass.

We will meet Tuesday, June 4th after school in room 222

Hope to see you there!


Any boy or girl interested in running on the cross country team in the fall should plan on attending an informational meeting this afternoon at 2:40 in Coach Brunswick's room, That is Room 210.


Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks


Elections open this week for the 2019-2020 school year. The classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022 will be presenting speeches over the next three days and voting will take place on the google classroom for each class. In order to vote for your class council, you will need to join the google classroom this week and vote next week before elections close on the 6th June.


Today we will be hearing from the class of 2021. The classroom code is pmlg6fb and will be at the bottom of the screen. Now over to the candidates.


Good morning class of 2021! I am Daniel Card and I am once again running for Class Council President. I have loved being your president for the past two years, and would be honored to continue being your president. This year we began to plan our Junior prom for next year. We came up with some exciting ideas, and I wish to continue planning prom for next year. I know it seems like it’s years away, we will also start planning our senior ball. As a student involved in many different activities, I believe that I have a great perspective to make this a team effort and plan a prom and ball that everyone will enjoy. My goal is to make sure everybody enjoys their junior year and I hope that you will give me that opportunity. I have lots of experience in class council and I’m confident that we will be able to work together to have a great year! Thank you and please vote Daniel Card for class council president.


Hello class of 2021. My name is Ben Welch and I'm running to be your vice president next year. I have past experience as a class council member and pride myself in getting involved in various aspects of student life such as sports and clubs. I will work hard to make sure events like spirit week and prom are a success. To achieve these goals, I hope to make it easy and fun for everyone to get involved in event planning and making our school better, as I believe that any group of people is most successful when every member feels valued and heard. I am very hopeful you will give me the privilege to serve as vice president of the class of 2021 once again. And I thank you for your time


Good morning, my name is Jonathan Reeve. I’m running to be re-elected as class Treasurer for Junior year. During Sophomore year I was your class treasurer and student council made important decisions on our Junior Prom and Senior Ball. There is more work to do and you can trust I'll be there to continue planning these important events.

I am responsible and will always represent the Thomas community with respect and care.

I guarantee, that I will be an advocate for our class and its future here at Thomas.

Thank you for your time and I hope to earn your vote.


Hi, I am Owen Murphy and I am running for secretary for the class of 2021. I have been a part of many activities through my freshman and sophomore year at Thomas. Some include the football and lacrosse team and several clubs like math league. Outside of school I find time to volunteer each weekend to help kids at AutismUp. All of these have shown me the importance of communication, organization, hard work, and accountability. I believe these translate well into the secretary role as I would need to effectively communicate and work together with other student council members to help solve problems. With your vote, as secretary I can continue to help the school, and plan for our upcoming prom and ball. Thank you for listening and remember to vote!


Hi, my name is Kara Grose and I’m running for class of 2021 Liaison. I am involved in many inside and outside school activities, including soccer, orchestra and multiple clubs. I have a lot of respect for the school and teachers. A liaisons responsibility is to ensure open communication between our class officers, students, and teachers. I believe with my organizational, communication, and leadership skills that I can help continue to do this and benefit the school. I have many ideas for graduation and ball that I hope to put to good use. With the help of your votes our student council can make the next school year one to remember forever. Thank you, and don’t forget to vote!

Wednesday, May 29

Picnic Day is tomorrow Thursday May 30th Rain or Shine

Hot Dog, chips, watermelon, cookies all will be served in the courtyard by your favorite Principal and AP's.

Come join the fun!

Please note no salad bar, sub line or pizza this day.


Attention all students, come see the annual dance team showcase this Friday, May 31st at 6:30pm in the Thomas Auditorium. Tickets will be sold 4th and 5th block in the cafeteria this week, today through Friday.


Please come join Thomas Cheer at open gym TONIGHT from 7:30-9:00 pm at the field house. Hope to see you there!


Any boy or girl interested in running on the cross country team in the fall should plan on attending an informational meeting tomorrow at 2:40 pm in Coach Brunswick's room, Room 210.


Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers


Elections open this week for the 2019-2020 school year. The classes of 2020, 2021 and 2022 will be presenting speeches over the next three days and voting will take place on the google classroom for each class. In order to vote for your class council, you will need to join the google classroom this week and vote next week before elections close on June 6th.


Today we will be hearing from the class of 2022. The classroom code is qp5up6 and will be at the bottom of the screen. Now over to the candidates


Hi my name is Julian Bement and I am running for class president for the class of 2022. I have been the class of 2022 president for two years now and have been apart of student council since 6th grade. I am a good candidate for this position because I have experience with student council, I am hard working, and I am involved in extracurricular activities. I will listen to your suggestions on ways to improve and better our class for the years to come, especially on planning junior prom and senior ball.


“Good morning Gamers! Hello! My name is Conor Bracy and I am running for Vice-President of the Sophomore class of 2022. Vote for me, for I am best fit for this position because I am a great assistant and organizer for the ideas, and will always be there to help my fellow colleagues. Your vote may just send me to to office where I can help make the changes that you want. Thank you!


Hi, my name is Sofie Bement and I am running for class treasurer for the class of 2022. You should vote for me because I was the previous class treasurer and already have experience on doing this position. I will listen to students’ ideas on how to make the class of 2022 better, and will also be open to many ideas on how to improve certain events, like spirit week, planning for prom and ball, etc. You can count on me to count the money because I am extremely trustworthy and hardworking. I am a good candidate for this position because I am motivated and dedicated. Don’t worry about the addition and subtraction I will do all of the transaction!


Hi my name is Carolyn Mack and I’m running for secretary for the class of 2022. You should vote for me because I was this position last year and I really enjoyed it and would like the be re-elected again. You can count on me to write detailed notes that will help our class in the future to plan for events like prom, ball and spirit week. I would love the opportunity to have this position and make our sophomore year a great one!


Hi...I’m Jalen Barnwell and I should be your Student Council Liaison because why not? Liaison. Someone who communicates between students and professionals which facilitates a close working relationship between each other. I’m going to be completely honest. I’m new at this. I don’t have any idea about student council or the role of Liaison itself. I can barely even pronounce Liaison. I came in late at this game. I didn’t think i would be allowed to run for this role in student council or any position of it. But I got a chance. Someone Believed in me and I think everyone should take chances that are thrown at them in life. Being Liaison will give opportunity for me to show you what I’m capable of such as strengthening the bridge between faculty and students and making sure our voices are not echoed, but they are being heard. I’ll share ideas and improvements from both sides of the field, that’s why I should be your student council Liaison of 2019-2020.

Tuesday, May 28

WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, June 4th at Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Picnic Day is Thursday May 30th Rain or Shine

Hot Dog, chips, watermelon, cookies all will be served in the courtyard by your favorite Principal and AP's.

Come join the fun!

Please note no salad bar, sub line or pizza this day.


Please come join Thomas Cheer at open gym tomorrow, May 29th from 7:30-9:00 pm at the field house. Hope to see you there!


The girls track team had several top finishers at Saturday's Sectional meet. Elena Ziskind finished 3rd in the steeplechase, Abby Roetker was 3rd in the pentathlon, Carolyn Mack was 3rd in the 800 and Monique Hardy was Class AA Champ in shot and in disc.


Any boy or girl interested in running on the cross country team in the fall should plan on attending an informational meeting on Thursday, May 3oth, at 2:40 pm in Coach Brunswick's room, Room 210.


This past weekend the boys outdoor track and field team traveled to Avon for the class AA sectional meet. Although the Titans did not finish in the top three overall, there were still some solid performances throughout the day.

Junior, Kevin Gabalski finished first overall in the pentathlon walking away a sectional champ in that event. Senior, Jonah Dean broke the school record in the 400 meter sprint running a time of 49.68 seconds while senior Jack Harding broke the school record in the pole vault, vaulting a height of 12 feet 9 inches. Next up for the Titans will be the state qualifier meet this Friday at Sodus High School


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

Thursday, May 23

Do you want to be a Lifeguard?

The Webster Aquatic Center is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course starting June 26th. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Participants must be 15 years old. Please register online or call 670-1087.


The Webster Aquatics Center is teaching a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class starting June 26th. This class certifies you to teach swim lessons to all ages. Participants must be at least 16 years old. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Please register online or call 670-1087.


WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.


Attention all current sophmores and juniors! A reminder to pick up an application in the Blue House and apply to be a Link Leader TODAY!! Applications are DUE on Tuesday May 28th by 2:30 to the Blue House! The mandatory play day will be held on Monday June 10th at 2:30 in the gym. We hope you will apply and join us then!


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, June 4th at Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Picnic Day is Thursday May 30th Rain or Shine

Hot Dog, chips, watermelon, cookies all will be served in the courtyard by your favorite Principal and AP's.

Come join the fun!

Please note no salad bar, sub line or pizza this day.


Attention Boy's interested in trying out for both JV and Varsity Soccer next fall, there is a meeting today after school in room 408. We will discuss specifics and details of the upcoming off-season. See Mr. Grose if you cannot attend.


The pre game pep rally worked!! The Titan Unified basketball team won their championship game yesterday 40-39 vs Canandaigua! Jeffrey, Brandon and the partners made a difference in the final minutes to solidify the win. What a great end to the season!!


Positivity in Action would like to thank all those who have participated in Titan week. A special thank you to all the teachers who showed their support and to the ones who allowed the best buddies into their classrooms Monday afternoon. Today is Titan day. Some may be wondering what Titan day has to do with mental health awareness. They are similar in one major way, they apply to all of us. Despite our differences in race, gender, academic abilities, economic status, sexual orientation, or world views, we all have mental health and we all are titans. In a world that is as divided as ours, I hope you can continue to join us in celebrating one of the few things we all share. Today during your lunch block stop outside the cafeterias and sign the "what Titans stand for" banner and tell us what you are passionate about. Thank you again to all those who have kept an open mind throughout all of this. If you have any other questions or would like to join positivity in action please see Sofia Bosco or Ms. Smalter in room 254.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty on pretzel roll

Wednesday, May 22

Attention all current sophmores and juniors! A reminder to pick up an application in the Blue House and apply to be a Link Leader TODAY!! Applications are DUE on Tuesday May 28th by 2:30 to the Blue House! Our mandatory play day will be held on Monday June 10th at 2:30 in the gym. We hope you will apply and join us then!


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, June 4th at Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Reminder to Special Olympic Volunteers, if you picked up a passport from Mrs. Green they are due today, by the end of the school day, in room 147.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow at 6:55. Nate, don't forget the doughnuts!


Attention anyone interested in girls volleyball ?

There is a preseason meeting.on June 5th at 6pm in the Thomas South Cafe.

Please bring chromebooks to this meeting.


Please come join Thomas Cheer at open gym tomorrow, May 22 from 7:30-9:00 pm at the field house. Hope to see you there!


The Titan Unified team improved to 5-1 after a convincing win against West Irondequoit. Seniors Joey, Nick, Nina, James and Bryan were honored by fans, coaches, teammates, Mr LaMonica, Mr Widor and Mr Gumina at last nights game. Playing well for the Titans were Hunter Beach, Christopher Rembold, Jeffrey Grillo, Hannah Wendorff, Anthony Vignare, and Brandon Ange.

Thank you to the Thomas varsity softball team and coaches for cheering on their fellow athletes. The Titan cheerleaders and coaches were also at the game to cheer in their teammate Nina and all the Titans.

If you see a Unified player today, wish him or her luck because today is the Unified Championship game!!


Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter

Tuesday, May 21

SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be TODAY from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be tomorrow, May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


The Tri-M Music Honor Society will have its final meeting of the year tomorrow, Wednesday, May 22nd at 7am in the music theory room. All new members should attend as well. Thank you - and see you then!


Please come join Thomas Cheer at open gym tomorrow, May 22 from 7:30-9:00 pm at the field house. Hope to see you there!


The Thomas Unified team continues to break scoring records! They won a close game over Schroeder in overtime 73-69. Jeffrey Grillo lead all scorers with help from Joey D who hit back to back threes! Hannah Wendorf, Brandon Ange, and Anthony Vignare also played well on both ends of the court. Thank you to our partners and assistant coaches for helping us to be the best that we can be.

Our seniors, James Hilliard, Bryan Merritt, Nick Cannarozza, Joey Demetsenaere and Nina Lewis will be honored at the 4:30 pm game today!


Fans, staff and players were left in awe after watching a robot made by Adam and Ryan at yesterday’s unified game. Along with Mr Tucherello, Adam and Ryan designed a robot that allows unified athlete Liam McCarthy the ability to shoot baskets. What a thrill it was to see Liam score.


Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

Monday, May 20

SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be May 21 from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be on May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.



> WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.

The directors will be in the lunchroom today to answer questions!


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> The Tri-M Music Honor Society will have its final meeting of the year Wednesday, May 22nd at 7am in the music theory room. All new members should attend as well. Thank you - and see you then!


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> Attention anyone interested in girls volleyball ?

There is a preseason meeting.on June 5th at 6pm in the Thomas South Cafe.

Please bring chromebooks to this meeting.


> Congratulations to Monique Hardy in shot put and discus and Elena Ziskind in the 800 as they received 1st Team All County honors. For 2nd team All County, Laura Witt for the 3000, Skyler Klimow in the shot put as well as the 4x400 relay with Cassidy Potter, Kati Gamache, Katie Kaufman and Elena.


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> Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger on a pretzel roll


------- Special Announcements ----


> Good morning. Elections will be held soon for Class Council. Any student interested in running for Class Council can pick up an election packet and petition in the main office. Petitions are due back to the main office by next Thursday May 23rd. Any questions can be directed to Mrs. Warner in room 450.

In addition to class council, Student Council is now accepting applications for next year. Current freshman, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in being a part of Student Council please join the google classroom using code: qx2fvzc and submit an application

Friday, May 17

Do you want to be a Lifeguard?

The Webster Aquatic Center is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course starting June 26th. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Participants must be 15 years old. Please register online or call 670-1087.


The Webster Aquatics Center is teaching a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class starting June 26th. This class certifies you to teach swim lessons to all ages. Participants must be at least 16 years old. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Please register online or call 670-1087.


SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be May 21 from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be on May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


Are you looking for a job?

WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.

The directors will be in the lunchroom on Monday, May 20th to answer questions!


Have you ever wanted a handmade ceramic bowl made by one of our amazing art students? Do you want to help a good cause? Then come out to the Village Bakery in Webster this Sunday, May 19th from 3-5pm for our first annual Empty Bowls Event! For a suggested donation of $15, you get a bowl of your choice along with cup of Village Bakery soup and bread. All money collected will go directly to the Webster Community Chest and Webster High School Food Cupboards to help fight hunger right here in Webster. Invite your family and friends and help us spread the word about this exciting event!


Attention all upcoming 2019-2020 JUNIORS & SENIORS!!

Do you enjoy helping others and your school community? Are you looking for an opportunity to get more involved here at Thomas? Do you want to put your leadership skills to work or improve upon them?

THEN APPLY to be a Link Leader for the upcoming school year!! Applications are NOW available in the BLUE HOUSE and are DUE by TUESDAY, MAY 28 @ 2:30. Our mandatory "play day" try outs will be on Monday June 10th @ 2:30 in the gym!!


Starting Monday, May 20th Positivity in Action will be putting on Titan week in honor of mental health awareness month. Join us by participating in activities such as; playing games in the cafeteria, writing thank you notes, positive reflections, and showing the school what you stand for. Throughout the week we will also be holding a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Please keep an open mind about all of this! Maintaining mental health applies to everyone. It starts by being kind to yourself and others, and spreading the message of inclusion. I hope you all are able to join in the fun! See Sofia Bosco or Ms. Smalter in room 254 if you have any questions.


The Titan Unified team scored a program high 60 points in last nights #onewebster game. Just about every Titan scored with Jeffrey Grillo, Nina Lewis, Joey DeMetsenaere and Bryan Merritt leading the way. Anthony Vignare awed the Onewebster crowd with his rendition of the Star Spangled Banner.

A huge thank you to the Thomas Titan Cheerleaders and coaches for cheering during the game.

The Titans will host Schroeder on Monday at 4:30. On Tuesday May 21 at 4:30 we will be honoring our seniors, Joey DeMetsenaere, James Hilliard, Bryan Merritt , Nick Cannarozzo and Nina Lewis.


Today's lunch is roasted chicken


Good morning. Elections will be held soon for Class Council. Any student interested in running for Class Council can pick up an election packet and petition in the main office. Petitions are due back to the main office by next Friday May 23rd. Any questions can be directed to Mrs. Warner in room 450.

In addition to class council, Student Council is now accepting applications for next year. Current freshman, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in being a part of Student Council please join the google classroom using code: qx2fvzc and submit an application

Thursday, May 16

Have you ever wanted a handmade ceramic bowl made by one of our amazing art students? Do you want to help a good cause? Then come out to the Village Bakery in Webster this Sunday, May 19th from 3-5pm for our first annual Empty Bowls Event! For a suggested donation of $15, you get a bowl of your choice along with cup of Village Bakery soup and bread. All money collected will go directly to the Webster Community Chest and Webster High School Food Cupboards to help fight hunger right here in Webster. Invite your family and friends and help us spread the word about this exciting event!


Attention all upcoming 2019-2020 JUNIORS & SENIORS!!

Do you enjoy helping others and your school community? Are you looking for an opportunity to get more involved here at Thomas? Do you want to put your leadership skills to work or improve upon them?

THEN APPLY to be a Link Leader for the upcoming school year!! Applications are NOW available in the BLUE HOUSE and are DUE by TUESDAY 5/28 @ 2:30. Our mandatory "play day" try outs will be on Monday June 10th @ 2:30 in the gym!!


The final CARE club meeting of the year is TODAY in room 316 from 2:30-3:15. We hope you can join us. New members are always welcome.


Starting Monday, May 20th Positivity in Action will be putting on Titan week in honor of mental health awareness month. Join us by participating in activities such as; playing games in the cafeteria, writing thank you notes, positive reflections, and showing the school what you stand for. Throughout the week we will also be holding a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Please keep an open mind about all of this! Maintaining mental health applies to everyone. It starts by being kind to yourself and others, and spreading the message of inclusion. I hope you all are able to join in the fun! See Sofia Bosco or Ms. Smalter in room 254 if you have any questions.


Tonight is the night!! The most significant onewebster game of the year is tonight at the Schroeder gym at 6:30 pm.

The Unified team needs everyone there to cheer on the Titans!

Hoping to see teachers, staff, students and the TBirds at the game!

Nina has played varsity Unified basketball for four years. She is one of the original members of the team. Nina also is a member of the Thomas Titan cheer leading squad. Nina wears #1, as do other quick guards throughout the game of basketball. Nina loves the song "Boa Constrictor." What she likes most about Unified is the dance parties at the end of each game. Please help Nina to celebrate a great career by attending a game and dancing on the court after the game!


Today's lunch is trash plates


Good morning. Elections will be held soon for Class Council. Any student interested in running for Class Council can pick up an election packet and petition in the main office. Petitions are due back to the main office by next Friday May 23rd. Any questions can be directed to Mrs. Warner in room 450.

In addition to class council, Student Council is now accepting applications for next year. Current freshman, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to apply. If you are interested in being a part of Student Council please join the google classroom using code: qx2fvzc and submit an application

Wednesday, May 15

SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be May 21 from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be on May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


Have you ever wanted a handmade ceramic bowl made by one of our amazing art students? Do you want to help a good cause? Then come out to the Village Bakery in Webster this Sunday, May 19th from 3-5pm for our first annual Empty Bowls Event! For a suggested donation of $15, you get a bowl of your choice along with cup of Village Bakery soup and bread. All money collected will go directly to the Webster Community Chest and Webster High School Food Cupboards to help fight hunger right here in Webster. Invite your family and friends and help us spread the word about this exciting event!


Attention all upcoming 2019-2020 JUNIORS & SENIORS!!

Do you enjoy helping others and your school community? Are you looking for an opportunity to get more involved here at Thomas? Do you want to put your leadership skills to work or improve upon them?

THEN APPLY to be a Link Leader for the upcoming school year!! Applications are NOW available in the BLUE HOUSE and are DUE by TUESDAY 5/28 @ 2:30. Our mandatory "play day" try outs will be on Monday June 10th @ 2:30 in the gym!!


The final CARE club meeting of the year is this Thursday, May 16th in room 316 from 2:30-3:15. We hope you can join us. New members are always welcome.


Starting Monday 5/20 Positivity in Action will be putting on Titan week in honor of mental health awareness month. Join us by participating in activities such as; playing games in the cafeteria, writing thank you notes, positive reflections, and showing the school what you stand for. Throughout the week we will also be holding a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Please keep an open mind about all of this! Maintaining mental health applies to everyone. It starts by being kind to yourself and others, and spreading the message of inclusion. I hope you all are able to join in the fun! See Sofia Bosco or Ms. Smalter in room 254 if you have any questions.


The unified senior game is May 21 at 4:30 at Thomas. Here are two of our seniors that we will be recognizing at that game.


James Hilliard joins the Thomas team this year after playing his first two years as a Warrior! He is happy to share his talent with both schools!

James favorite sport is baseball and he is a proud member of Challenger baseball. His favorite movies are all of the High School musical movies. Two things he has enjoyed about Unified basketball are the partners (and prom dates) and beating the other teams. James has been an active team member, attending all open gyms, practices, games and other Unified events


Nina has played varsity Unified basketball for four years. She is one of the original members of the team. Nina also is a member of the Thomas Titan cheer leading squad. Nina wears #1, as do other quick guards throughout the game of basketball. Nina loves the song "Boa Constrictor." What she likes most about Unified is the dance parties at the end of each game. Please help Nina to celebrate a great career by attending a game and dancing on the court after the game!


The Unified varsity basketball team put forth another great effort last night against Victor. The game was close the entire way and the Titans lost by 2. Nina Lewis continues to lead the team in scoring and had a tremendous put back late in the game. James Hilliard and Hannah Wendorff each had 6. Bryan Merritt and Christopher Rembold played great at both ends of the court. A shout out to all our partners and assistant coaches for all they do! Thanks to coach Ruller and his team for stopping by and to the JV boys baseball team for cheering on the team.

Don’t forget that the onewebster game will be held at Schroeder at 6:30 this Thursday. Hoping to see the T-birds show up the warrior crew!


> Today's lunch is chicken parm sandwich

Tuesday, May 14

Have you ever wanted a handmade ceramic bowl made by one of our amazing art students? Do you want to help a good cause? Then come out to the Village Bakery in Webster this Sunday, May 19th from 3-5pm for our first annual Empty Bowls Event! For a suggested donation of $15, you get a bowl of your choice along with cup of Village Bakery soup and bread. All money collected will go directly to the Webster Community Chest and Webster High School Food Cupboards to help fight hunger right here in Webster. Invite your family and friends and help us spread the word about this exciting event!


Attention all upcoming 2019-2020 JUNIORS & SENIORS!!

Do you enjoy helping others and your school community? Are you looking for an opportunity to get more involved here at Thomas? Do you want to put your leadership skills to work or improve upon them?

THEN APPLY to be a Link Leader for the upcoming school year!! Applications are NOW available in the BLUE HOUSE and are DUE by TUESDAY 5/28 @ 2:30. Our mandatory "play day" try outs will be on Monday June 10th @ 2:30 in the gym!!


The final CARE club meeting of the year is this Thursday, May 16th in room 316 from 2:30-3:15. We hope you can join us. New members are always welcome.


Starting Monday 5/20 Positivity in Action will be putting on Titan week in honor of mental health awareness month. Join us by participating in activities such as; playing games in the cafeteria, writing thank you notes, positive reflections, and showing the school what you stand for. Throughout the week we will also be holding a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. Please keep an open mind about all of this! Maintaining mental health applies to everyone. It starts by being kind to yourself and others, and spreading the message of inclusion. I hope you all are able to join in the fun! See Sofia Bosco or Ms. Smalter in room 254 if you have any questions.


If you see a Thomas Unified player or partner, wish them well AND attend the home game vs Victor at 4:30 pm today, May 14! The team also plays at Schroeder on Thursday, May 16 at 6:30 vs Schroeder. ONEWEBSTER - be there to support your Titans.


James Hilliard joins the Thomas team this year after playing his first two years as a Warrior! He is happy to share his talent with both schools!

James favorite sport is baseball and he is a proud member of Challenger baseball. His favorite movies are all of the High School musical movies. Two things he has enjoyed about Unified basketball are the partners (and prom dates) and beating the other teams. James has been an active team member, attending all open gyms, practices, games and other Unified events


> The boys outdoor track team had what was their final regular-season matchup of the Season at Canandaigua last night. The Titans completed their regular-season as hoped beating Canandaigua 71 to 47 making their regular season record 5-0 and remaining undefeated for the fourth straight season as well as winning their fourth straight division title. Jonah Dean and Kevin Gabalski were both double winners on the night in their respective events. Championship season is now on the horizon as the the Titans will compete in Varsity County championships this Saturday.


> The girls track team fell to Canandaigua last night 85-42, ending their regular season at 4-1. Abby Roetker won the triple jump and Monique Hardy won shot and disc. Also winning was the 4x4 relay with Kati Gamache, Elena Ziskind, Katie Kaufmann and Cassidy Potter.


> Today's lunch is tacos

Monday, May 13

SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be May 21 from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be on May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


Are you looking for a job?

WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.

The directors will be in the lunchroom on Monday, May 20th to answer questions!


Attention all upcoming 2019-2020 JUNIORS & SENIORS!!

Do you enjoy helping others and your school community? Are you looking for an opportunity to get more involved here at Thomas? Do you want to put your leadership skills to work or improve upon them?

THEN APPLY to be a Link Leader for the upcoming school year!! Applications are NOW available in the BLUE HOUSE and are DUE by TUESDAY 5/28 @ 2:30. Our mandatory "play day" try outs will be on Monday June 10th @ 2:30 in the gym!!


Today's lunch is chicken & waffles

Friday, May 10

The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year TOMORROW at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


Do you want to be a Lifeguard?

The Webster Aquatic Center is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course starting June 26th. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Participants must be 15 years old. Please register online or call 670-1087.

The Webster Aquatics Center is teaching a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class starting June 26th. This class certifies you to teach swim lessons to all ages. Participants must be at least 16 years old. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Please register online or call 670-1087.


SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be May 21 from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be on May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


Are you looking for a job?

WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking to hire students to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.

The directors will be in the lunchroom on Monday, May 20th to answer questions!


The Titan Unified team continues to make great strides on the court! The team lost 51-37 to Fairport on Thursday. Jeffrey Grillo was the leading scorer and Bryan Merritt hit a 3!

The team is home on Tuesday, May 14 at 4:30 pm vs Victor!

Follow the team on Instagram at Webster Unified and on Twitter @websterunified for player profiles and upcoming games.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

Thursday, May 9

The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year TOMORROW at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


Attention Seniors: Decision day is upon us. Please check your personal email for a link to the senior survey which lets your School Counselor know where to send your final transcript and other important information needed for your post graduate plans. You will need to log into your naviance account. If you have a problem logging into your naviance account, please stop down to the Counseling Center and see your Counselor or Ms. Marcello to reset your account


Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger on a pretzel roll

Wednesday, May 8

The library will be closed today for an AP exam. Please do not enter the library for any reason.


The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year on Friday, May 10th at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be May 21 from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be on May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


Attention Seniors: Decision day is upon us. Please check your personal email for a link to the senior survey which lets your School Counselor know where to send your final transcript and other important information needed for your post graduate plans. You will need to log into your naviance account. If you have a problem logging into your naviance account, please stop down to the Counseling Center and see your Counselor or Ms. Marcello to reset your account


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Dylan, don't forget the doughnuts!


The Boys Track and Field team took on the Rangers of Spencerport last night in what would be the Senior's final meet at Titan Stadium. To this point, the Senior athletes had never lost a regular season meet and they were not about to let that change as they beat Spencerport 96.5 to 44.5. Double winners for the Titans were Kevin Gabalski in the 110 High Hurdles, and High Jump with a new Personal best of 5 feet 10 inches. Sophomore, Sean Smith won both the disc and Shotput, and Senior, Jonah Dean completed his final meet on the track taking a first place in the 100, 200, and completing the come from behind win as the anchor in the 4 x 100 relay. Other strong performances on the night came from Jack Harding and Quinton Veno in the Pole Vault, Nick Ward in the 800, Mitchell Carpenter won the mile, and Carter Bertrand and Connor Lazzaro both ran personal best times in the 800 and two mile races. It was a great night for our Seniors as all performed extremely well. The Titans now move to 4-0 on the season with one final league meet in Canandaigua next week.


Congratulations to the girls track team on their win over Spencerport last night during their senior meet, 78-63.

Winning their events yesterday were Grace Brown in the 100 hurdles, Katherine Peterson in the mile and 2 mile, Elena Ziskind in the 800, Alyssa Cottrell in the Pole Vault, Morgan Hardy in long jump and Monique won shot and disc


Today's lunch is bosco cheese sticks

Tuesday, May 7

The library will be closed today for an AP exam. Please do not enter the library for any reason.


The 5-hour class will be held TOMORROW at Schroeder High School in room E3 Class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year on Friday, May 10th at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


WonderCare, the district's new after-school program, is looking for junior site assistants to work in each elementary school beginning in the fall of 2019. This is a great opportunity to get job experience and become a role model for the youth of our community.

We offer flexible and convenient hours and no nights or weekends. If you are interested please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or apply online through the district website.

The directors will be in the lunchroom on Monday, May 20th to answer questions!


Attention Seniors: Decision day is upon us. Please check your personal email for a link to the senior survey which lets your School Counselor know where to send your final transcript and other important information needed for your post graduate plans. You will need to log into your naviance account. If you have a problem logging into your naviance account, please stop down to the Counseling Center and see your Counselor or Ms. Marcello to reset your account


If you're interested in participating in the Fall Drama, come join us TODAY, after school at 2:45 in Room 111 for our first production meeting. We'll announce the title of the show and have scripts, materials, and other fun things you can use to prepare this summer. If you cannot attend, you can always get the Google Classroom code from Mr. Stoetzel. Break a leg!


Today's lunch is fiestada

Monday, May 6

The library will be closed for AP exams on Tuesday and Wednesday. Please do not enter the library for any reason.


The 5-hour class will be held TOMORROW at Schroeder High School in room E3 Class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year on Friday, May 10th at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES for

Current Seniors and Juniors will be May 21 from 2:30 - 6 pm.

For current Sophomores registration will be on May 22 from 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


Today's lunch is chicken tenders

Friday, May 3

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, May 7 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year on Friday, May 10th at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


Do you want to be a Lifeguard?

The Webster Aquatic Center is offering a Red Cross Lifeguard Certification Course starting June 26th. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Participants must be 15 years old. Please register online or call 670-1087.


The Webster Aquatics Center is teaching a Red Cross Water Safety Instructor Class starting June 26th. This class certifies you to teach swim lessons to all ages. Participants must be at least 16 years old. If you pass and get hired at the WAC. You will get reimbursed for the class. Please register online or call 670-1087.


SUMMER 2019 DRIVERS EDUCATION REGISTRATION DATES

Current Seniors and Juniors - May 21, 2:30 - 6 pm

Current Sophomores - May 22, 2:30 - 6pm

Registration is done on a first come, first serve basis and is held at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road.

Forms are pending from BOCES and can be found at

webster community education page on webster schools.org website.


Attention Seniors: Decision day is upon us. Please check your personal email for a link to the senior survey which lets your School Counselor know where to send your final transcript and other important information needed for your post graduate plans. You will need to log into your naviance account. If you have a problem logging into your naviance account, please stop down to the Counseling Center and see your Counselor or Ms. Marcello to reset your account


The Tri-M Music Honor Society invites students and faculty to recommend songs during our lunch jukebox session today. Look for students in lunch blocks at the computer and make a request.


If you see a Thomas unified player on Friday, wish them luck as they travel to West Irondequoit for the first game of the season.

the teams first home game is May 14 at 4:30!


Today's lunch is meatball sub


Today is National Lunch Hero Day! School Lunch Hero Day is a chance to showcase the difference school nutrition professionals make for every child who comes through the cafeteria. Between preparing healthy meals for America’s students, adhering to strict nutrition standards, navigating student food allergies, and offering service with a smile, school nutrition professionals are true heroes.

Join Student Council in saying "Thank you" to everyone who is a part of our cafeteria staff by signing our Thank you banner outside the cafeterias during lunch blocks today and by sharing a kind word of appreciation.


Student Council would also like to announce the students and staff of the Month May

In 9th grade, Sophia Nudd- Sophia came to me about a friend in need. She worried about her friend (who was new to Webster) and the lack of connections that her friend had in school. Sophia noticed her friend was not eating lunch or even coming into the lunch room. Sophia encouraged her friend to sit with her and her friends at their lunch table. Sophia also asked if there was anything else we could do to support her friend and make her feel more welcome. She should be recognized for these attributes that are so honorable.


In 10th grade, NyAsia Castel- NyAsia is a hard worker, genuinely kind person, and works to make Thomas a "better" place. She consistently puts in the time and effort to be successful in classes - when things are difficult for her, she's not afraid to seek help, knowing herself as a learner and what she needs. She is a calming, nurturing, level-headed resource for her friends and she always chooses to see the best in others. NyAsia is a positive role model for those around her and an all-around exceptional person. Our school community is better because she is a part of it.


11th grade, Kayla Krurnowski- Kayla has been an integral part of my classroom for 3 years now, and as a junior, she has grown to be even more of a leader for her peers. She is friendly, caring, and extremely hard working. She gives great feedback to her peers on their artwork and is always looking for more critical feedback about her own art. Her enthusiasm is infectious and I am glad she spends so much time in my classroom.


12th grade, Connor Lazzaro- Connor is a well rounded, hard working, and a true titan who always has a smile on his face. He is kind and generous to everyone and always willing to lend a helping hand. Perdue is lucky to have you next year.

Staff, Courtney Pusateri- Mrs. Pusateri puts in extra effort to be creative and accommodating in our school lunches here at Thomas. She always has a smile on her face and puts her best foot forward in meeting the interests of students. She goes above and beyond to make quick, healthy, and creative lunches. Thank you for all your hard work.

Thursday, May 2

The library will be closed all day today.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, May 7 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.

The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year on Friday, May 10th at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


If you are taking an AP exam, please join us tonight for AP review night. Sessions begin at 3:45 and run till 7:30. Please check the review schedule in your teachers room for the exact times and locations of your class review. And.....there's free pizza, courtesy of PTSA!! Pizza will be served in the west cafe from 4:45 till 5:15. When your done tonight why not stay and see the student run play called: Things my mother taught me" in the auditorium starting at 7:30. We hope to see you there!


Attention Seniors: Decision day is upon us. Please check your personal email for a link to the senior survey which lets your School Counselor know where to send your final transcript and other important information needed for your post graduate plans. You will need to log into your naviance account. If you have a problem logging into your naviance account, please stop down to the Counseling Center and see your Counselor or Ms. Marcello to reset your account


Are you interested in learning more about SAGE club? If you're unsure about joining this year or next year, come see us after school today in Mrs Byrne's room 335 for our open house from 2:30 to 3:00. Stop by to ask questions, fill out a quick survey, or just chat and enjoy some snacks. Hope to see you there!


The Tri-M Music Honor Society invites students and faculty to recommend songs during our lunch jukebox sessions this Friday, May 3rd. Look for students in lunch blocks at the computer and make a request.


The Boys Outdoor Track Team traveled West yesterday to take on the Spartans of Gates Chili. The meet remained close throughout, but in the end, Thomas was too much too handle and ended up beating Gates by a score of 79-53. Top performers for the boys squad started with Sophomore, Sean Smith leading the way with 2 first place finishes in the discus throw and Shot put, while Bobby Folts took home 2 second place finishes in those same events. The distance crew also made a significant contribution sweeping the 1 and 2 mile races led by Austin Schoen and Mitchell Carpenter. Carter Bertrand, Jonah Dean and Kevin Gabalski all had first place finishes as well in their respective events. The Titans are now 3-0 on the season and extend their 4 year undefeated streak. Next up for the titans will be the Spartan Invitational this Saturday in Sodus.


Congratulations to the girls track team on their win over Gates Chili last night, 78-63. Placing 1st were: Ava Pezzimenti in the 400, Katherine Peterson in the mile, Laura Witt in the 2 mile, Carolyn Mack in the 800, Grace Brown in the high jump, and Monique Hardy in the shot and disc. Monique also re-broke her discus school record with a distance of 118 feet 2 inches. The girls also swept all 3 relays.


Come on out next Tuesday as the girls take on Spencerport for Senior Night.


Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

Wednesday, May 1

The library will be closed all day tomorrow, Thursday, May 2.


The Webster Show Choir will hold its auditions for the 2019-2020 school year on Friday, May 10th at 3:15pm in the Thomas auditorium. Show Choir rehearses every Monday throughout the year. Please bring comfortable shoes for dancing, and we will teach you everything you need for the audition! All current 8th graders to juniors are invited. Hope to see you there!


If you are taking an AP exam, please join us for AP review night on Thursday, May 2nd. Review sessions begin at 3:45 and run till 7:30. Please check the review schedule in your teachers room for the exact time and location of your class review. And....there's free pizza, courtesy of PTSA!! Pizza will be served in the west cafe from 4:45 till 5:15. We hope to see you there!


Attention Seniors: Decision day is upon us. Please check your personal email for a link to the senior survey which lets your School Counselor know where to send your final transcript and other important information needed for your post graduate plans. You will need to log into your naviance account. If you have a problem logging into your naviance account, please stop down to the Counseling Center and see your Counselor or Ms. Marcello to reset your account


Are you interested in learning more about SAGE club? If you're unsure about joining this year or next year, come see us TOMORROW in Mrs Byrne's room 335 for our open house from 2:30 to 3:00. Stop by to ask questions, fill out a quick survey, or just chat and enjoy some snacks. Hope to see you there!


The Tri-M Music Honor Society invites students and faculty to recommend songs during our lunch jukebox sessions this Friday, May 3rd. Look for students in lunch blocks at the computer and make a request.


Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

Tuesday, April 30

If you ordered Titan wear on-line, pick-up is TODAY ONLY during lunches.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, May 7 Schroeders High School School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


If you are taking an AP exam, please join us for AP review night on Thursday, May 2nd. Review sessions begin at 3:45 and run till 7:30. Please check the review schedule in your teachers room for the exact time and location of your class review. And....there's free pizza, courtesy of PTSA!! Pizza will be served in the west cafe from 4:45 till 5:15. We hope to see you there!


The Tri-M Honor Society will have its fourth induction ceremony tonight at 7PM at the Schroeder auditorium. Invitations to new members were mailed home before break, and all current members are expected to attend. See you at Schroeder Tuesday night!


Attention all 9th and 10th grade students taking French:

If you have an interest in going on the next France trip your junior or senior year, and would like to hear from students who have also gone on trips to France with this school, please come to room 222 TODAY during 4th block. It is fine if you can only come 4A or 4B or for just a quick pop-in with any questions you might have. Again, please come 4th block TODAY! See Mrs. Jurs or Mrs. Doores for questions.


Are you interested in learning more about SAGE club? If you're unsure about joining this year or next year, come see us this Thursday in Mrs Byrne's room 335 for our open house from 2:30 to 3:00. Stop by to ask questions, fill out a quick survey, or just chat and enjoy some snacks. Hope to see you there!


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

Monday, April 29

The library will be closed blocks 4-7 today.


The Tri-M Honor Society will have its fourth induction ceremony tomorrow, Tuesday, April 30th at 7PM at the Schroeder auditorium. Invitations to new members were mailed home before break, and all current members are expected to attend. See you at Schroeder Tuesday night!


Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken

Friday, April 26

Earth club invites you to join them in celebration of the last day of Earth Week.

Today's activity is...


On Wednesday April 24 - Planet Earth

Come to room 205 after school to watch an episode


On Thursday April 25 - Clean the Courtyard

Stop by the Gold House Courtyard after school to spruce it up for spring


On Friday April 26 - Earth Pledge

Pledge your handprint to reduce the amount of water bottles you use


ALL WEEK stop by the CARE room during your lunch or study hall to write a letter to a local legislator on ways they can support a greener Earth!


The Tri-M Honor Society will have its fourth induction ceremony on Tuesday, April 30th at 7PM at the Schroeder auditorium. Invitations to new members were mailed home before break, and all current members are expected to attend. See you at Schroeder Tuesday night!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty on pretzel roll


Today’s Earth week fact is...The one thing that we all have in common is that we all live on the same planet.

Thursday, April 25

Our Final SAFE DRIVING SEMINAR will be held TODAY after school. This is for SENIORS ONLY. It will be held at 2:45 at Webster Schroeder High School. Stop down to the Main Office with questions.


Attention AP test takers: This is the last day to fill out the pre-registration forms for you AP exams. If you did not attend the sessions over the past two days, you must come to the auditorium today at 2:30. Please bring a #2 pencil. If you have any questions, please stop down to the Counseling Center and see Ms. Marcello.


Earth club invites you to join them in celebration of Earth Week from April 23 through April 26.

Our activities include...


On Wednesday April 24 - Planet Earth

Come to room 205 after school to watch an episode


On Thursday April 25 - Clean the Courtyard

Stop by the Gold House Courtyard after school to spruce it up for spring


On Friday April 26 - Earth Pledge

Pledge your handprint to reduce the amount of water bottles you use


ALL WEEK stop by the CARE room during your lunch or study hall to write a letter to a local legislator on ways they can support a greener Earth!


ATTENTION CARE CLUB: There will be a CARE club meeting today after school in room 316. We will finalize our plans for the remainder of the school year. New members are always welcome!


Congratulations to the Webster Thomas Titan Masterminds Team who earned their way into the playoffs this year and rep-ed our high school all the way to the final round of regional finals before elimination, taking second place. A short celebration ensued and was captured on film.

TITANS CARE - but they also THINK!

MASTERMINDS - Its the Varsity Sport for the Brain!

Congratulations Titans


Today’s Earth week fact is...One wind turbine could power 500 homes.


Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter

Wednesday, April 24

Our Final SAFE DRIVING SEMINAR will be held THURSADY 4/25. This is for SENIORS ONLY. It will be held at 2:45 at Webster Schroeder High School. Stop down to the Main Office with questions


On Thursday, April 25, we are hosting a unified basketball tournament for 6 schools during the day in the field house. We will be blocking off some parking spaces adjacent to the field house to accommodate spectators and teams.


Attention AP test takers: This is day 2 of the pre-registration sessions. If you did not attend yesterday's session, please plan on coming either today or tomorrow. Please report to the auditorium at 2:30. Please bring a #2 pencil


Earth club invites you to join them in celebration of Earth Week from April 23 through April 26.

Our activities include...


On Wednesday April 24 - Planet Earth

Come to room 205 after school to watch an episode


On Thursday April 25 - Clean the Courtyard

Stop by the Gold House Courtyard after school to spruce it up for spring


On Friday April 26 - Earth Pledge

Pledge your handprint to reduce the amount of water bottles you use


ALL WEEK stop by the CARE room during your lunch or study hall to write a letter to a local legislator on ways they can support a greener Earth!


ATTENTION CARE CLUB: There will be a CARE club meeting this Thursday, April 25th after school in room 316. We will finalize our plans for the remainder of the school year. New members are always welcome!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning in preparation for the evening concert at Penfield HS. Phalcon, don't forget the doughnuts.


Congratulations to the girls track team on their win over Irondequoit 87.5 - 45.5.

A few individual winners from last night: Ava Pezzimenti in the 400, Aniella Palma in the 100, Grace Brown in the high jump, Morgan Hardy in the long jump and Abby Roetker in the triple jump.


The Boy's Track and Field Team had their home opener last night as they took on the Eagles of Irondequoit. The meet was back and forth all afternoon and came down to the wire as the 4x400 relay of Jon Dingwall, Matt Langton, TJ Leverett, and Jonah Dean ran a time of 3:36 seconds to clinch the victory for the Titans in a 72-69 victory, putting them at 2-0 for the season and keeping the 4 year undefeated streak alive and well. Jonah Dean was a quadruple winner on the track also taking first in the 100 and 200 meter races as well as the 4x100 relay. Sophomore, Sean Smith took home first in both the Shotput and Discus as he continues his strong season for the Titans. Junior, Kevin Gabalski took first place in the 110 High Hurdles and the long jump. The Titans will look to keep their streak alive next week as they take on Gates Chili at home.


Today’s Earth week fact is...20% of the world’s total carbon dioxide emissions are from cars. Carpool with friends when you can.


Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

Tuesday, April 23

Our Final SAFE DRIVING SEMINAR will be held THURSADY 4/25. This is for SENIORS ONLY. It will be held at 2:45 at Webster Schroeder High School. Stop down to the Main Office with questions


Attention AP test takers: Today is the first of three pre-registration days for AP exams. Please report to the auditorium after school to fill out your pre-registration form. This should take approximately 45 minutes. Please bring a #2 pencil. If you are unable to make it this afternoon, there are two more sessions coming up over the next two days


Earth club invites you to join them in celebration of Earth Week from April 23 through April 26.

We have activities planned for when we return from spring break. They include...

On Tuesday April 23 - Selfie Day

Take a photo in front of the bottle wall and post it @websterthomasearth #earthweek


On Wednesday April 24 - Planet Earth

Come to room 205 after school to watch an episode


On Thursday April 25 - Clean the Courtyard

Stop by the Gold House Courtyard after school to spruce it up for spring


On Friday April 26 - Earth Pledge

Pledge your handprint to reduce the amount of water bottles you use


ALL WEEK stop by the CARE room during your lunch or study hall to write a letter to a local legislator on ways they can support a greener Earth!


ATTENTION CARE CLUB:

There will be a CARE club meeting this Thursday, April 25th after school in room 316. We will finalize our plans for the remainder of the school year. New members are always welcome!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning and Thursday morning at 6:55 in preparation for Thursday evening's concert at Penfield High School. Mrs. NItsch will be bringing the doughnuts!


Today’s Earth week fact is...By 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish. Try cutting back on single use plastic like straws and forks.


Today's lunch is bacon hamberger / cheeseburger

Friday, April 12

SWAG - "Students with an Attitude of Gratitude" is BACK for the 3rd Year! Let’s make it the best ever! Now through Friday April 12th you can thank 1, 2 or 3 teachers or staff members. Go to the Webster PTSA website and follow the SWAG link to a google form. Teachers will be notified personally during staff appreciation week in May. Let’s see if our school can generate the most SWAG!!!


The library will be closed for testing blocks 4, 5 and 6a today. Please do not enter the library for any reason.


Our Final SAFE DRIVING SEMINAR will be held THURSADY 4/25. This is for SENIORS ONLY. It will be held at 2:45 at Webster Schroeder High School. Stop down to the Main Office with questions


> Attention all students who are taking an AP exam other than art. The pre-registration sessions for AP exams are being held after school on April 23rd, 24th and 25th from 2:30 till 3:15 in the auditorium. Please plan on attending one these sessions to fill out the registration forms for your AP exam(s).


> Earth club invites you to join them in celebration of Earth Week from April 23 through April 26.

We have activities planned for when we return from spring break. They include...

On Tuesday April 23 - Selfie Day

Take a photo in front of the bottle wall and post it @websterthomasearth #earthweek


On Wednesday April 24 - Planet Earth

Come to room 205 after school to watch an episode


On Thursday April 25 - Clean the Courtyard

Stop by the Gold House Courtyard after school to spruce it up for spring


On Friday April 26 - Earth Pledge

Pledge your handprint to reduce the amount of water bottles you use


ALL WEEK stop by the CARE room during your lunch or study hall to write a letter to a local legislator on ways they can support a greener Earth!



> Today's lunch is toasted cheese & bacon sandwich

Thursday, April 11

I just wanted to say a few words about a strong and amazing man who always showed perseverance and who led and helped wrestlers grow in ways no one else could.

Coach Lombardo recently passed but he will never be forgotten. He was a respected man who helped everyone as much as he could and being sick never stopped him from doing things he loved to do.

Giving up is something he never did. Being weak is something he wasn't. Strong is a word to describe him. Someone you would have looked up to. A fighter. Thank you.

Attention all unified Elementary basketball volunteers. The event is 2 weeks away and we need to see everyone at the meeting on Thursday April 11 at 3:30 pm in the north cafeteria.

Please email Sarah_Fuller@webstercsd.org with any questions.

Schroeder students can take the super shuttle to Thomas.

If you are volunteering, please let Riley Talavera or Mrs Fuller know your shirt size via the google doc.

No plans tonight? Come see our jazz band and jazz ensemble, featuring guest artist Bill Tiberio. The show starts at 7 pm in the Thomas Aud. Hope to see you there.

If you took the Pre ACT back in March, your scores are now available in the Counseling Center. Please stop by and pick them up during your study hall or lunch blocks.

Attention all students who are taking an AP exam other than art. The pre-registration sessions for AP exams are being held after school on April 23rd, 24th and 25th from 2:30 till 3:15 in the auditorium. Please plan on attending one these sessions to fill out the registration forms for your AP exam(s).

--- Lunch –

Today's lunch is trash plate

Wednesday, April 10

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SWAG - "Students with an Attitude of Gratitude" is BACK for the 3rd Year! Let’s make it the best ever! Now through Friday April 12th you can thank 1, 2 or 3 teachers or staff members. Go to the Webster PTSA website and follow the SWAG link to a google form. Teachers will be notified personally during staff appreciation week in May. Let’s see if our school can generate the most SWAG!!!


The library will be closed all day today. This includes after school.


Attention all unified Elementary basketball volunteers. The event is 2 weeks away and we need to see everyone at the meeting on Thursday April 11 at 3:30 pm in the north cafeteria.

Please email Sarah_Fuller@webstercsd.org with any questions.

Schroeder students can take the super shuttle to Thomas.

If you are volunteering, please let Riley Talavera or Mrs Fuller know your shirt size via the google doc.


The Thomas Food Cart has a new start time.

We will be open at 8:25 starting tomorrow.

Please stop by for a cup of Dunkin Donuts coffee and a treat!


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If you took the Pre ACT back in March, your scores are now available in the Counseling Center. Please stop by and pick them up during your study hall or lunch blocks.


Attention all students who are taking an AP exam other than art. The pre-registration sessions for AP exams are being held after school on April 23rd, 24th and 25th from 2:30 till 3:15 in the auditorium. Please plan on attending one these sessions to fill out the registration forms for your AP exam(s).


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Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55.

Jeffrey, don't forget the doughnuts!


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Today's lunch is chicken parm sandwich

Tuesday, April 9

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The 5-hour class will be held TODAY April 9th at RL Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Attention Juniors:

Prom tickets are on sale now, through Tuesday, April 9th. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket table during lunch blocks or after school in room 339.


Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a team celebration after school on Wednesday this week in room 305. We hope you can attend.


Attention all unified Elementary basketball volunteers. The event is 2 weeks away and we need to see everyone at the meeting on Thursday April 11 at 3:30 pm in the north cafeteria.

Please email Sarah_Fuller@webstercsd.org with any questions.

Schroeder students can take the super shuttle to Thomas.

If you are volunteering, please let Riley Talavera or Mrs Fuller know your shirt size via the google doc.


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If you took the Pre ACT back in March, your scores are now available in the Counseling Center. Please stop by and pick them up during your study hall or lunch blocks.



Attention all students who are taking an AP exam other than art. The pre-registration sessions for AP exams are being held after school on April 23rd, 24th and 25th from 2:30 till 3:15 in the auditorium. Please plan on attending one these sessions to fill out the registration forms for your AP exam(s).


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The Tri-M Music Honor is meeting Wednesday, April 10th at 7AM in the Theory room. Please bring your calendars with you - new inductees do NOT need to attend this meeting.


Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a team celebration after school tomorrow in room 305. We hope you can attend.


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Today's lunch is tacos

MONDAY APRIL 8

This is one of those mornings where I am very sad to be on the morning news. We were recently informed that a dear member of our Titan family sophomore Owen Knight passed away after a long illness this weekend surrounded by his loving family and friends. Our condolences and thoughts go out to his family, friends, and all who supported Owen here at Thomas HS.

Please know that as you process this news we have counselors available in the Gold House and Counseling Center today should you need support. Also, please know that although this news is very sad and tragic, Owen would have wanted you to find comfort in your memories of him.

As further information on a celebration of his life becomes available, we will share that with you. In the meantime we will set up baskets in the Counseling Center, Blue House, Gold House and Main Office for cards you would like to be delivered to Owen's family.

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, April 9th at Thomas High School Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Attention Juniors:

Prom tickets are on sale now, through Tuesday, April 9th. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket table during lunch blocks or after school in room 339.


SWAG - "Students with an Attitude of Gratitude" is BACK for the 3rd Year! Let’s make it the best ever! Now through Friday April 12th you can thank 1, 2 or 3 teachers or staff members. Go to the Webster PTSA website and follow the SWAG link to a google form. Teachers will be notified personally during staff appreciation week in May. Let’s see if our school can generate the most SWAG!!!


Are you a good communicator? Are you outgoing?

Are you dependable?

Do you like Doug Emblidge or Ginny Ryan?

Then the Thomas Morning News might be right for you.

We are currently looking for students interested in anchoring our great morning show!

See Mr. Buttles or Mrs.Streit if you are interested and they can show you around the studio.

We are located right across from the library.

Come and join our team! We have doughnuts too!


Best Buddies will be meeting tomorrow from 2:30-3:15 in room 147.


Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a team celebration after school on Wednesday this week in room 305. We hope you can attend.


Attention all unified Elementary basketball volunteers. The event is 2 weeks away and we need to see everyone at the meeting on Thursday April 11 at 3:30 pm in the north cafeteria.

Please email Sarah_Fuller@webstercsd.org with any questions.

Schroeder students can take the super shuttle to Thomas.

If you are volunteering, please let Riley Talavera or Mrs Fuller know your shirt size via the google doc.

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If you took the Pre ACT back in March, your scores are now available in the Counseling Center. Please stop by and pick them up during your study hall or lunch blocks.

------- Lunch ------

Today's lunch is chicken & waffles

Friday, April 5

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Save the date! Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

We need more baked good donations. Please sign up on the volunteer sign up can be found on the PTSA website. We have added ten spots! See you at Community Arts Day!

See you at Community Arts Day!

Today is the last say to purchase your Senior Ball tickets. The Senior Ball will be Saturday, May 18 from 7 to 11pm, with dinner included. Tickets will be sold during blocks 4, 5, and 6. Tickets are $70 each. Checks should be made payable to Webster Thomas Class of 2019. If you are bringing a guest that does not go to Thomas, you need to go to the Main Office or House Office to pick up a guest form.

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, April 9th at Thomas High School Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.

Attention all Titans...PTSA is holding a Titan Wear SALE online only this week.

Visit the address shown here to see the selection and to order your new Titan Wear!

Attention Juniors:

Prom tickets are on sale now, through Tuesday, April 9th. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket table during lunch blocks or after school in room 339.

SWAG - "Students with an Attitude of Gratitude" is BACK for the 3rd Year! Let’s make it the best ever! Now through Friday April 12th you can thank 1, 2 or 3 teachers or staff members. Go to the Webster PTSA website and follow the SWAG link to a google form. Teachers will be notified personally during staff appreciation week in May. Let’s see if our school can generate the most SWAG!!!

The library will be closed after school today.

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If you took the Pre ACT back in March, your scores are now available in the Counseling Center. Please stop by and pick them up during your study hall or lunch blocks.

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The boys and girls track teams will be meeting at Lakefront at 3:30 for practice.

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Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

Thursday, April 4

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Senior Ball tickets are on sale now through Friday, April 5th. The Senior Ball will be Saturday, May 18 from 7 to 11pm, with dinner included. Tickets will be sold during blocks 4, 5, and 6. Tickets are $70 each. Checks should be made payable to Webster Thomas Class of 2019. If you are bringing a guest that does not go to Thomas, you need to go to the Main Office or House Office to pick up a guest form.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, April 9th at RL Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Attention Juniors:

Prom tickets will be on sale starting today, April 4th, through Tuesday, April 9th. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket table during lunch blocks or after school in room 339.


SWAG - "Students with an Attitude of Gratitude" is BACK for the 3rd Year! Let’s make it the best ever! Starting today through Friday April 12th you can thank 1, 2 or 3 teachers or staff members. Go to the Webster PTSA website and follow the SWAG link to a google form. Teachers will be notified personally during staff appreciation week in May. Let’s see if our school can generate the most SWAG!!!


Are you a good communicator? Are you outgoing?

Are you dependable?

Do you like Doug Emblidge or Ginny Ryan?

Then the Thomas Morning News might be right for you.

We are currently looking for students interested in anchoring our great morning show!

See Mr. Buttles or Mrs.Streit if you are interested and they can show you around the studio.

We are located right across from the library.

Come and join our team! We have doughnuts too!


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Attention everyone... You're invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind; its chess club!

TODAY! , Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski's room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend; everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310



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Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger on a pretzel bun

Wednesday, April 3

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Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

We need more baked good donations. Please sign up on the volunteer sign up can be found on the ptsa website. We have added ten spots! See you at Community Arts Day!

See you at Community Arts Day!


Senior Ball tickets will be sold Wednesday, April 3rd through Friday, April 5th. Senior Ball will be Saturday, May 18 from 7 to 11pm, with dinner included. Tickets will be sold during blocks 4, 5, and 6. Tickets are $70 each. Checks should be made payable to Webster Thomas Class of 2019. If you are bringing a guest that does not go to Thomas, you need to go to the Main Office or House Office to pick up a guest form.


Attention Juniors:

Prom tickets will be on sale Thursday, April 4th, through Tuesday, April 9th. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket table during lunch blocks or after school in room 339.


SWAG - "Students with an Attitude of Gratitude" is BACK for the 3rd Year! Let’s make it the best ever! Starting April 3rd (today) through Friday April 12th thank 1, 2 or 3 teachers or staff members. Go to the Webster PTSA website and follow the SWAG link to a google form. Teachers will be notified personally during staff appreciation week in May. Let’s see if our school can generate the most SWAG!!!


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Attention YAC members helping with the Unified Elementary games. There is a meeting this Wednesday at 3:30 pm with Mrs Fuller to review the assignments. If you have practice and an assignment, please join us in the cafeteria after practice.

See you April 3 at 3:30.

Next meeting is just as important, April 11.


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The Boys Outdoor Track and Field Team kicked off their season last night in Churchville with a 97-44 victory. The Titans are 1-0 on the season and extended their undefeated streak in dual meets into its fourth consecutive season. Top performers on the evening were Senior, Jonah Dean a double winner in the 100 and 200 meter sprints and also winning in both the 4x100 and 4x400 meter relay races. Junior, Kevin Gabalski was a triple winner in the 110 High Hurdles, the 400 Intermediate Hurdles and the High Jump. Sophomore, Sean Smith, took 1st in both the Shotput and Discus throw while Bobby Folts took second place in both those events. Next up for the Titans is Canandaigua, next Tuesday, as they attempt to keep their win streak alive.


The girls track team started their season off yesterday with a win over Churchville Chili, 69-68.

The girls swept the discus with Monique Hardy, Skyler Klimow, and Isabella Joubert placing 1, 2, and 3. Our girls also swept the shot put with Monique, Trina Ruhland and Chloe Bishop. Katherine Peterson won the 3000m and the meet ended with a win in the 4x400 with Kati Gamache, Carolyn Mack, Grace Brown and Katie Kaufman, and the 4x800 with Haley Brennan, Molly O'Brien, Elena Ziskind and Katherine. The next meet for the girls is next Tuesday at Canandaigua.


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Today's lunch is Bosco cheese sticks

Tuesday, April 2nd

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Have you ever thought about going into the public safety field or medical field? Are you looking for ways to serve your community? Think about joining the West Webster Fire Department. If you are a Freshman, Sophomore or Junior you can join as a Fire Explorer. If you are a Senior you can become a firefighter right after graduation and when you turn 18! West Webster Firefighters will be here to meet you on tuesday April 2nd during lunch hours in the cafe area. Stop by to learn more about becoming a future firefighter or EMT!


Attention all Titans...PTSA is holding a Titan Wear SALE online only this week.

Visit the address shown here to see the selection and to order your new Titan Wear!


Senior Ball tickets will be sold Wednesday, April 3rd through Friday, April 5th. Senior Ball will be Saturday, May 18 from 7 to 11pm, with dinner included. Tickets will be sold during blocks 4, 5, and 6. Tickets are $70 each. Checks should be made payable to Webster Thomas Class of 2019. If you are bringing a guest that does not go to Thomas, you need to go to the Main Office or House Office to pick up a guest form.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, April 9th at RL Thomas High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Attention Juniors:

Prom tickets will be on sale Thursday, April 4th, through Tuesday, April 9th. Tickets can be purchased at the ticket table during lunch blocks or after school in room 339.


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Attention YAC members helping with the Unified Elementary games. There is a meeting this Wednesday at 3:30 pm with Mrs Fuller to review the assignments. If you have practice and an assignment, please join us in the cafeteria after practice.

See you April 3 at 3:30.

Next meeting is just as important, April 11.


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Today's lunch is fiestada

Monday, April 1

----- General ----

Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

We need more baked good donations. Please sign up on the volunteer sign up can be found on the PTSA website. We have added ten spots! See you at Community Arts Day!

See you at Community Arts Day!

Senior Ball tickets will be sold Wednesday, April 3rd through Friday, April 5th. Senior Ball will be Saturday, May 18 from 7 to 11pm, with dinner included. Tickets will be sold during blocks 4, 5, and 6. Tickets are $70 each. Checks should be made payable to Webster Thomas Class of 2019. If you are bringing a guest that does not go to Thomas, you need to go to the Main Office or House Office to pick up a guest form.

Attention all Titans...PTSA is holding a Titan Wear SALE online only this week.

Visit the address shown here to see the selection and to order your new Titan Wear!

---- Clubs -----

Attention all Video Game Club Members!

Video Game Club is CANCELLED after school today. All Video Game Club members should take this time to work on and turn in any missing assignments and/or any test corrections for the quarter.

Attention YAC members helping with the Unified Elementary games…There is a meeting this Wednesday at 3:30 pm with Mrs. Fuller to review the assignments. If you have practice and an assignment, please join us in the cafeteria after practice.

See you April 3 at 3:30.

Next meeting is just as important, April 11.

---- Sports ---

Reminder for anyone interested in playing Unified Basketball this season, our first day of practice is today after school in the main gym 2:30-3:45pm.

The girls track team will be meeting across the street at Lakefront today at 3:30.

--- Lunch --

Today's lunch is chicken tenders

Friday, March 29

---- General --

> The Thomas Food Cupboard is now open!

Eating healthy and eating every day is important.

It’s hard to learn if you’re hungry.

If your cupboards are bare and you or your family need a bit of help with food, the Thomas Food Cupboard is for you.

The Thomas Food Cupboard is located across from the girls’ locker room.

Come in, grab a bag, and choose some items your family can use.

We have a variety of meals to choose from plus veggies, fruits, breakfast foods, and toiletries.

Special thanks to GeoTech, Mrs Green’s class, Ian Avery, Jonathan Reeve and Jonah Joyal for their work on this project.

> Have you ever thought about going into the public safety field or medical field? Are you looking for ways to serve your community? Think about joining the West Webster Fire Department. If you are a Freshman, Sophomore or Junior you can join as a Fire Explorer. If you are a Senior you can become a firefighter right after graduation and when you turn 18! West Webster Firefighters will be here to meet you on Tuesday April 2nd during lunch hours in the cafe area. Stop by to learn more about becoming a future firefighter or EMT!

> Attention all Titans...PTSA is holding a Titan Wear SALE online only this week and next week.

Visit the address shown here to see the selection and to order your new Titan Wear!

> Senior Ball tickets will be sold Wednesday, April 3rd through Friday, April 5th. Senior Ball will be Saturday, May 18 from 7 to 11pm, with dinner included. Tickets will be sold during blocks 4, 5, and 6. Tickets are $70 each. Checks should be made payable to Webster Thomas Class of 2019. If you are bringing a guest that does not go to Thomas, you need to go to the Main Office or House Office to pick up a guest form.

-- Clubs -----

> The Tri-M Music Honor Society invites student and faculty to recommend songs during the lunch jukebox session TODAY to celebrate Music In Our Schools Month. Look for students at the computer during lunch blocks and make a request.

--- Sports ----

> Attention Thomas Titans - last year we hosted the Special Olympics Track and Field Games and we are excited to say we are hosting again this year. The date will be June 6, an A day, here on our track and turf field.

We need your help to make this event better than last year. If you are interested in volunteering all day or just for a block or two please join our Google Classroom page using the code shown here.

More information will be posted in the classroom as we get closer to the date. Thanks for volunteering and showing Monroe County that Titans Care!

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> Today's lunch is shrimp poppers

Thursday, March 28

---- General ---

> The Thomas Food Cupboard is now open!

Eating healthy and eating every day is important.

It’s hard to learn if you’re hungry.

If your cupboards are bare and you or your family need a bit of help with food, the Thomas Food Cupboard is for you.

The Thomas Food Cupboard is located across from the girls’ locker room.

Come in, grab a bag, and choose some items your family can use.

We have a variety of meals to choose from plus veggies, fruits, breakfast foods, and toiletries.

Special thanks to GeoTech, Mrs Green’s class, Ian Avery, Jonathan Reeve and Jonah Joyal for their work on this project.

> Senior Ball tickets will be sold Wednesday, April 3rd, Thursday, April 4th, and Friday, April 5th. Senior Ball will be Saturday, May 18 from 7 to 11pm, with dinner included. Tickets will be sold during blocks 4, 5, and 6. Tickets are $70 each. Checks should be made payable to Webster Thomas Class of 2019. If you are bringing a guest that does not go to Thomas, you need to go to the Main Office or House Office to pick up a guest form.

> Attention all Titans...PTSA is holding a Titan Wear SALE online only this week and next week.

Visit the address shown here to see the selection and to order your new Titan Wear!

---- Counseling Center --

> Attention Seniors - tomorrow is the last day to hand in your common application for senior awards. Applications are due no later than 2:30pm on March 29th in the Counseling Center.

---- Clubs ---

> SAGE club is hosting a speaker this Thursday in Mrs. Byrne's room 335 after school. We'll be learning about transgenderism in today's society and in the LGBTQ community. Everyone is welcome!

---- Sports ---

> Attention Thomas Titans - last year we hosted the Special Olympics Track and Field Games and we are excited to say we are hosting again this year. The date will be June 6, an A day, here on our track and turf field.

We need your help to make this event better than last year. If you are interested in volunteering all day or just for a block or two please join our Google Classroom page using the code shown here.

More information will be posted in the classroom as we get closer to the date. Thanks for volunteering and showing Monroe County that Titans Care!

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> Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

Wednesday, March 27

--- General ---

Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!

The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.

Eating healthy and eating every day is important.

It’s hard to learn if you’re hungry.

If your cupboards are bare and you or your family need a bit of help with food, the Thomas Food Cupboard is for you.

The Thomas Food Cupboard is located across from the girls’ locker room.

Come in, grab a bag, and choose some items your family can use.

We have a variety of meals to choose from plus veggies, fruits, breakfast foods, and toiletries.

Special thanks to GeoTech, Mrs Green’s class, Ian Avery, Jonathan Reeve and Jonah Joyal for their work on this project.

Have you ever thought about going into the public safety field or medical field? Are you looking for ways to serve your community? Think about joining the West Webster Fire Department. If you are a Freshman, Sophomore or Junior you can join as a Fire Explorer. If you are a Senior you can become a firefighter right after graduation and when you turn 18! West Webster Firefighters will be here to meet you on tuesday April 2nd during lunch hours in the cafe area. Stop by to learn more about becoming a future firefighter or EMT!

Attention all Titans...PTSA is holding a Titan Wear SALE online only this week and next week.

Visit wthe address shown here to see the selection and to order your new Titan Wear!

--- Counseling Center ---

Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.

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The Tri-M Music Honor Society invites student and faculty to recommend songs during the lunch jukebox session this on Friday, March 29th to celebrate Music In Our Schools Month. Look for students at the computer during lunch blocks and make a request.

SAGE club is hosting a speaker this Thursday in Mrs. Byrne's room 335 after school. We'll be learning about transgenderism in today's society and in the LGBTQ community. Everyone is welcome!

Reminder to Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir: There is no rehearsal tomorrow morning. We will resume next Thursday, April 4.

------- Sports --------------------------------------------

Attention Thomas Titans - last year we hosted the Special Olympics Track and Field Games and we are excited to say we are hosting again this year. The date will be June 6, an A day, here on our track and turf field.

We need your help to make this event better than last year. If you are interested in volunteering all day or just for a block or two please join our Google Classroom page using the code shown here.

More information will be posted in the classroom as we get closer to the date. Thanks for volunteering and showing Monroe County that Titans Care!

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Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

Tuesday, March 26th

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The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.


Eating healthy and eating every day is important.

It’s hard to learn if you’re hungry.

If your cupboards are bare and you or your family need a bit of help with food, the Thomas Food Cupboard is for you.

The Thomas Food Cupboard is located across from the girls’ locker room.

Come in, grab a bag, and choose some items your family can use.

We have a variety of meals to choose from plus veggies, fruits, breakfast foods, and toiletries.

Special thanks to GeoTech, Mrs Green’s class, Ian Avery, Jonathan Reeve and Jonah Joyal for their work on this project.


Attention all Titans...PTSA is holding a Titan Wear SALE online only this week and next week.

Visit wthe address shown here to see the selection and to order your new Titan Wear!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Attention Thomas Titans - last year we hosted the Special Olympics Track and Field Games and we are excited to say we are hosting again this year. The date will be June 6, an A day, here on our track and turf field.

We need your help to make this event better than last year. If you are interested in volunteering all day or just for a block or two please join our Google Classroom page using the code shown here.

More information will be posted in the classroom as we get closer to the date. Thanks for volunteering and showing Monroe County that Titans Care!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

Monday, March 25th

------- General --------------------------------------------


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.



Have you ever thought about going into the public safety field or medical field? Are you looking for ways to serve your community? Think about joining the West Webster Fire Department. If you are a Freshman, Sophomore or Junior you can join as a Fire Explorer. If you are a Senior you can become a firefighter right after graduation and when you turn 18! West Webster Firefighters will be here to meet you on tuesday April 2nd during lunch hours in the cafe area. Stop by to learn more about becoming a future firefighter or EMT!



------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The Tri-M Music Honor Society invites student and faculty to recommend songs during the lunch jukebox session this on Friday, March 29th to celebrate Music In Our Schools Month. Look for students at the computer during lunch blocks and make a request.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Attention Thomas Titans - last year we hosted the Special Olympics Track and Field Games and we are excited to say we are hosting again this year. The date will be June 6, an A day, here on our track and turf.

We need your help to make this event better than last year. If you are interested in volunteering all day or just for a block or two please join our Google Classroom page using the code shown here.

More information will be posted in the classroom as we get closer to the date. Thanks for volunteering and showing Monroe County that Titans Care!


Attention all girls trying out for Mod A softball. Tryouts begin TONIGHT Monday March 25th at Thomas from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Any questions please see Coach Castro in Room 337.



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Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken

Thursday, March 21

------- General --------------------------------------------


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.


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DO YOU KNOW THE ORIGINS OF APRIL FOOL’S DAY?

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL CLUB...We will be meeting Thursday March 28 in room 222 for an April Fool’s event. Come learn about April 1st around the world, eat chocolate and more!

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


Applications for membership into the Tri-M Music Honor Society are available now from any music teacher, or any member of Tri-M. Deadline is Monday, March 25th. Any question? Please see Mrs. D'Angelo for more information.


Attention Volunteers...If you are interested in supporting students in after school and community activities, then come to the TIES Volunteer training tomorrow at Willink Middle School library from 2:30-3:15. Come see what Together Including Every Student (TIES) is all about.


The Tri-M Music Honor Society invites student and faculty to recommend songs during lunch jukebox sessions this Thursday (the 21st) and next Friday (the 29th) to celebrate Music In Our Schools Month. Look for students at the computer during lunch blocks and make a request.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Attention Thomas Titans - last year we hosted the Special Olympics Track and Field Games and we are excited to say we are hosting again this year. The date will be June 6, an A day, here on our track and turf.

We need your help to make this event better than last year. If you are interested in volunteering all day or just for a block or two please our Google Classroom. The classroom code is z7k51b.

More information will be posted in the classroom as we get closer to the date. Thanks for volunteering and showing Monroe County that Titans Care!


Attention all girls trying out for Mod A softball. Tryouts begin Monday March 25th at Thomas from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm. Any questions please see Coach Castro in Room 337.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is chicken tenders

Wednesday, March 20th

------- General --------------------------------------------


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by tomorrow. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


DO YOU KNOW THE ORIGINS OF APRIL FOOL’S DAY?

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL CLUB...We will be meeting Thursday March 28 in room 222 for an April Fool’s event. Come learn about April 1st around the world, eat chocolate and more!

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


Applications for membership into the Tri-M Music Honor Society are available now from any music teacher, or any member of Tri-M. Deadline is Monday, March 25th. Any question? Please see Mrs. D'Angelo for more information.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. David, don't forget the doughnuts.


Attention Volunteers...If you are interested in supporting students in after school and community activities, then come to the TIES Volunteer training tomorrow at Willink Middle School library from 2:30-3:15. Come see what Together Including Every Student (TIES) is all about.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Attention Thomas Titans - last year we hosted the Special Olympics Track and Field Games and we are excited to say we are hosting again this year. The date will be June 6, an A day, here on our track and turf.

We need your help to make this event better than last year. If you are interested in volunteering all day or just for a block or two please our Google Classroom. The classroom code is z7k51b.

More information will be posted in the classroom as we get closer to the date. Thanks for volunteering and showing Monroe County that Titans Care!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is Fiestada

Tuesday, March 19th

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Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 21. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


Applications for membership into the Tri-M Music Honor Society are available now from any music teacher, or any member of Tri-M. Deadline is Monday, March 25th. Any question? Please see Mrs. D'Angelo for more information.


All unified partners and YAC students have a meeting today at 3:30 near the cafeterias. IF you plan on playing in the exhibition game on Thursday, March 21, please attend. If you plan on volunteering at the Unified Elementary games, please attend. Please let Jane know if you can't attend.


Model UN will meet today after school in room 210. We will be discussing club officers and voting on fundraising. Please attend.



Good morning, My name is Mr. Kaseman, I am the american sign language club instructor. If you would like to learn a visual language please stop by. we accept new members. We meet on Monday and Wed after school from 230 to 330 in room 308.

To all ASLmembers who are going on the field trip today, we will be meeting at room 308 after school, the bus leaves at 230.

ASL club for wed 3/20 is canceled and will be meeting the following week.

Thank you all have have a great day


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The Thomas Food Card is now serving Dunkin Donuts coffee. Price is $1.25.

We are also serving special chocolate muffins for $1.00.

We hope to see you at the cart today!


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> Today's lunch is Bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

Monday, March 18th

------- General --------------------------------------------


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!


An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.




Starting today the Thomas food cart will be serving Dunkin Donuts coffee.

Stop by the cart and grab a yourself a cup of Dunkin Donuts coffee for $1.25, and you can add a large chocolate chip cookie for just .60 more.

America Runs on Dunkin!


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Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



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Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


DO YOU KNOW THE ORIGINS OF APRIL FOOL’S DAY?

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL CLUB...We will be meeting Thursday March 28 in room 222 for an April Fool’s event. Come learn about April 1st around the world, eat chocolate and more!

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


Applications for membership into the Tri-M Music Honor Society are available now from any music teacher, or any member of Tri-M. Deadline is Monday, March 25th. Any question? Please see Mrs. D'Angelo for more information.


All unified partners and YAC students have a meeting on Tuesday, March 19 at 3:30. IF you plan on playing in the exhibition game on Thursday, March 21, please attend. If you plan on volunteering at the Unified Elementary games, please attend. Please let Jane know if you can't attend.

We will meet the near the cafeterias.


Model UN will meet Tuesday after school in room 210. We will be discussing club officers and voting on fundraising. Please attend.



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Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter

Friday, March 15th

------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


DO YOU KNOW THE ORIGINS OF APRIL FOOL’S DAY?

ATTENTION INTERNATIONAL CLUB...We will be meeting Thursday March 28 in room 222 for an April Fool’s event. Come learn about April 1st around the world, eat chocolate and more!

HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


Applications for membership into the Tri-M Music Honor Society are available now from any music teacher, or any member of Tri-M. Deadline is Monday, March 25th. Any question? Please see Mrs. D'Angelo for more information.


All unified partners and YAC students have a meeting on Tuesday, March 19 at 3:30. IF you plan on playing in the exhibition game on Thursday, March 21, please attend. If you plan on volunteering at the Unified Elementary games, please attend. Please let Jane know if you can't attend.

We will meet the near the cafeterias.


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Today's lunch is apple & bacon toasted cheese

Thursday, March 14th

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The common application for college awards for juniors are due back to the Counseling Center by tomorrow, March 15th by 2:30.


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.



The library will be closed after school today.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


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Today's lunch is trash plate

Wednesday, March 13th

------- General --------------------------------------------


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.




------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Brandon, don't forget the doughnuts!


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Today's lunch is roasted chicken

Tuesday, March 12th

------- General --------------------------------------------


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals…regardless of your plans after high school This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.



The 5-hour class will be held TODAY at Schroeder, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Have you always wanted to visit Italy and Greece? Come to our informational meeting tonight at 6:30 in the Spry Auditorium to hear more about our July 2020 trip. Details and fund raising will be discussed. See Mrs. Zarbony with any questions.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


Best Buddies will meet TODAY in room 147 from 2:30-3:15. Stop by and see what inclusion is all about. New members are always welcome.



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Today's lunch is tacos

Monday, March 11th

------- General --------------------------------------------


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


Attention Sophomores: Tomorrow is the last day to hand in your registration form for the PreACT exam to the Counseling Center.


The 5-hour class will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, March 12 at Schroeder, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Have you always wanted to visit Italy and Greece? Come to our informational meeting on March 12 at 6:30 in the Spry Auditorium to hear more about our July 2020 trip. Details and fund raising will be discussed. See Mrs. Zarbony with any questions.


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Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by tomorrow Tuesday, March 12th


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


Best Buddies will meet tomorrow, Tuesday, in room 147 from 2:30-3:15. Stop by and see what inclusion is all about. New members are always welcome.



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Attention any 8th and 9th grader interested in trying out for Freshman (Mod A) baseball this year.

There will be an informational meeting TODAY in room 323. The meeting will be from 3 to 3:30.

Please contact Coach Thurley if you are interested and cannot attend.


Attention boys interested in playing Jv or varsity golf this spring. There is a meeting TODAY in Mr. Grose's room 408 from 3-4


This past weekend culminated the indoor track and field season with Nationals in New York City. A big congratulations go out to: Jonah Dean who ran in the 200m running a personal best of 23.05. Sean Smith came in 20th place in the weight throw, and Monique Hardy, re-broke her previous school, Section V and State record in the weight throw with a throw of 64 feet 7 1/4 inch which landed her a National Champion!



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Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty or pretzel roll

Friday, March 8th

------- General --------------------------------------------

The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals…regardless of your plans after high school. This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.

Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the PTSA website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, March 12 at Schroeder, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.

Are you interested in engineering?

Are you also taking a foreign language and wondering if it would ever be useful in an engineering career path?

Guest speaker Timothy Doores will be here today to share his experiences with languages in his engineering career.

Presentations are blocks 4A, 4B and 6A in room 222.

Sign up for a session at the address shown here or you can see Mrs. Doores to sign up.

Have you always wanted to visit Italy and Greece? Come to our informational meeting on March 12 at 6:30 in the Spry Auditorium to hear more about our July 2020 trip. Details and fund raising will be discussed. See Mrs. Zarbony with any questions.

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Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.

Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th

------- Clubs --------------------------------------------

Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.

------- Sports --------------------------------------------

Attention boys interested in playing Jv or varsity golf this spring. There is a meeting on Monday, March 11th, in Mr. Grose's room 408 from 3-4

Attention any 8th and 9th grader interested in trying out for Freshman (Mod A) baseball this year.

There will be an informational meeting in room 323 at Thomas on Monday, March 11th. The meeting will be from 3 to 3:30.

Please contact Coach Thurley if you are interested and cannot attend.

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Today's lunch is Polish / Ukrainian Day...goulash

------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------

Would you like a large chocolate chip cookie or a hot chocolate? Stop by the Thomas Food Cart between 10:00 and 12:00 outside the Library.

We have many new items to choose from. Some of the new items are: Pop tarts, Rice Crispy Treats, Diet Peach Snapple, and fruit roll ups.

We hope to see you soon!

Thursday, March 7th

--- General --

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, March 12 at Schroeder, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.

Are you interested in engineering?

Are you also taking a foreign language and wondering if it would ever be useful in an engineering career path?

Guest speaker Timothy Doores will be here on Friday, March 8th to share his experiences with languages in his engineering career.

Presentations are blocks 4A, 4B and 6A in room 222.

Sign up for a session at the address shown here or you can see Mrs. Doores to sign up.

SENIORS: Friday, March 8th is the final day for you to fill out your diploma name verification sheet. If you have not done so already, please stop down to the main office and fill one out.

Have you always wanted to visit Italy and Greece? Come to our informational meetnig on March 12 at 6:30 in the Spry Auditorium to hear more about our July 2020 trip. Details and fund raising will be discussed. See Mrs. Zarbony with any questions.

---- Counseling Center ----

Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.

---- Clubs ----

Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.

Attention everyone... You're invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind; its chess club!

TODAY! , Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski's room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend; everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310

SAGE is a club at Webster Thomas that promotes acceptance and tolerance for all students, no matter where they are on the L.G.B.T.Q. spectrum. Meet us today after school from 2:30 to 3:15 in Mrs. Byrne's room 335

---- Sports ---

The Thomas Titans ice hockey team has made it all the way to the state semi finals! They play Saturday, March 9th at Harbor Center in Buffalo. We would like to offer a fan bus for anyone interested in attending the game. The bus will leave the Thomas parking lot at 9:30 AM by the POOL DOOR ENTRANCE for an 11:45 game. You must ride the bus both ways.

Tickets will be $10 at the door. You must sign up for the Fan Bus in the Main Office by TODAY at NOON.

The Thomas Math League team competed yesterday in the Monroe County All-Star meet at St. John Fisher. The team finish third in their division and Scott Schleede finished as the regular season MVP and all-star meet MVP.

Attention boys interested in playing Jv or varsity golf this spring. There is a meeting Monday in Mr. Grose’s room 408 from 3-4

--- Lunch -----

Today's lunch is Italian Day...Lasagna

Wednesday, March 6th

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Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the ptsa website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals…regardless of your plans after high school This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.




The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, March 12 at Schroeder, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Are you interested in engineering?

Are you also taking a foreign language and wondering if it would ever be useful in an engineering career path?

Guest speaker Timothy Doores will be here on Friday, March 8th to share his experiences with languages in his engineering career.

Presentations are blocks 4A, 4B and 6A in room 222.

Sign up for a session at the address shown here or you can see Mrs. Doores to sign up.


Registration for the 2019 Spring Session of Webster Drivers Education will be held from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Seniors and juniors may register now.

Sophomores may register starting today.

Forms, dates and times for lectures and driving can be found on the community education page of the Webster schools website.


Have you always wanted to visit Italy and Greece? Come to our informational meetnig on March 12 at 6:30 in the Spry Auditorium to hear more about our July 2020 trip. Details and fund raising will be discussed. See Mrs. Zarbony with any questions.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



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Attention all Unified partners and YAC members. Our first meeting to plan the Unified Elementary games will be held today from 3:30 - 4:30 pm at the Thomas North cafeteria. We need lots of great leaders to make this event an incredible experience for our elementary unified athletes.


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Attention boys interested in playing Jv or varsity golf this spring. There is a meeting Monday in mr groses room 408 from 3-4



The Thomas Titans ice hockey team has made it all the way to the state semi finals! They play Saturday, March 9th at Harbor Center in Buffalo. We would like to offer a fan bus for anyone interested in attending the game. The bus will leave the Thomas parking lot at 9:30 AM by the POOL DOOR ENTRANCE for an 11:45 game. You must ride the bus both ways.

Tickets will be $10 at the door. You must sign up for the Fan Bus in the Main Office by THURSDAY at NOON.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is German Day chicken sausage


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Would you like a large chocolate chip cookie or a hot chocolate? Stop by the Thomas Food Cart between 10:00 and 12:00 outside the Library.

We have many new items to choose from. Some of the new items are: Pop tarts, Rice Crispy Treats, Diet Peach Snapple, and fruit roll ups.

We hope to see you soon!

Tuesday, March 5th

------- General --------------------------------------------


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


Registration for the 2019 Spring Session of Webster Drivers Education will be held from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Seniors and juniors may begin registering today.

Sophomores may register starting tomorrow, Wednesday, March 6

Forms, dates and times for lectures and driving can be found on the community education page of the Webster schools website.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 3/12 Schroeder, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Are you interested in engineering?

Are you also taking a foreign language and wondering if it would ever be useful in an engineering career path?

Guest speaker Timothy Doores will be here on Friday, March 8th to share his experiences with languages in his engineering career.

Presentations are blocks 4A, 4B and 6A in room 222.

Sign up for a session at the address shown here or you can see Mrs. Doores to sign up.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Attention all Unified partners and YAC members. Our first meeting to plan the Unified Elementary games will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, March 6 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm at the Thomas North cafeteria. We need lots of great leaders to make this event an incredible experience for our elementary unified athletes.


Do you love animals??....then listen up....The CARE club is sponsoring blankets for buddies. Please bring in a gently used or new towel or blanket to the CARE room or one of the house offices by Thursday, March 20. The blankets/towels will be donated to various animal shelters and will help pets in need.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


The Thomas Titans ice hockey team has made it all the way to the state semi finals! They play Saturday, March 9th at Harbor Center in Buffalo. We would like to offer a fan bus for anyone interested in attending the game. The bus will leave the Thomas parking lot at 10 AM for an 11:45 game. You must ride the bus both ways.

Tickets will be $10 at the door. You must sign up for the Fan Bus in the Main Office by THURSDAY at NOON.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is French Day...Monte Cristo Sandwich

Monday, March 4th

------- General --------------------------------------------


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Visit the ptsa website now to sign up for volunteer opportunities!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals…regardless of your plans after high school This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.




Registration for the 2019 Spring Session of Webster Drivers Education will be held from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Seniors and juniors may register on Tuesday, March 5

Sophomores may register on Wednesday, March 6

Forms, dates and times for lectures and driving can be found on the community education page of the Webster schools website.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Attention all Unified partners and YAC members. Our first meeting to plan the Unified Elementary games will be Wednesday, March 6 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm at the Thomas North cafeteria. We need lots of great leaders to make this event an incredible experience for our elementary unified athletes.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


At Saturday's indoor track state meet, Jonah Dean finished 9th in the state breaking his own school record running a 35.55, Sean Smith finished 2nd in the state, also re-breaking his record in the weight throw with a throw of 67 feet, 4 1/2 inches. Monique Hardy won the weight throw and the shot put, where she re-broke that record with a throw of 42 feet 8 1/2 inches. All 3 athletes will be moving onto Nationals in New York City this coming weekend.


A reminder that the girls outdoor track season will be starting NEXT Monday, March 11th.


Attention boys in 9th-12th grades interested in either Jv or varsity golf, there is a meeting on Monday March 11th in mr grose’s room 408. The meeting will run from 3-4.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is Spanish Day...enchilada bake


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Would you like a large chocolate chip cookie or a hot chocolate? Stop by the Thomas Food Cart between 10:00 and 12:00 outside the Library.

We have many new items to choose from. Some of the new items are: Pop tarts, Rice Crispy Treats, Diet Peach Snapple, and fruit roll ups.

We hope to see you soon!

Friday, March 1st

------- General --------------------------------------------


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


Registration for the 2019 Spring Session of Webster Drivers Education will be held from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Seniors and juniors may register on Tuesday, March 5

Sophomores may register on Wednesday, March 6

Forms, dates and times for lectures and driving can be found on the community education page of the Webster schools website.


Next week is Foreign Language Week! Show your cultural spirit by dressing up!

Monday - International T-Shirt Day

Tuesday - Flag Day

Wednesday - My heritage Day

Thursday - Soccer Jersey Day

Friday - Folklore Friday - Wear Bright Colors

Themed lunches will also be available daily in the cafeteria! Try something new!

You can sign up for cultural learning sessions in your world language class! Check them out!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


> Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. Completed applications are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.



Attention Sophomores and juniors - the following colleges are coming to visit Thomas: the University of Tampa and the University of Pittsburgh. Sign up to meet college representatives in your naviance account. If you are unsure or unable to access your naviance account, please stop into the Counseling Center and have Ms. Marcello reset your account.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Attention all Unified partners and YAC members. Our first meeting to plan the Unified Elementary games will be Wednesday, March 6 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm at the Thomas North cafeteria. We need lots of great leaders to make this event an incredible experience for our elementary unified athletes.


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


If you intend to play a sport this spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s officeSign up online at FamilyID.com

Deadline for all Mod A&B: March 21

Please make sure you register on the Family Id prior to your season.

Any questions please feel free to ask your coach our ask your physical education teacher.


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Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Hello Webster Thomas, I will be having a drop box located in the main office today. If you have any suggestions for the weather and lunch background, just stop by the main office and write it down on a piece of paper and put it in the drop box. Thanks.

Thursday, February 28th

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Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is…

On February 28, 1967, James Anderson, Jr., the first African-American United States Marine recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor, died in action. The Medal was posthumously presented to Anderson’s family by President Lyndon B. Johnson.

The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals…regardless of your plans after high school This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.

Registration for the 2019 Spring Session of Webster Drivers Education will be held from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Seniors and juniors may register on Tuesday, March 5

Sophomores may register on Wednesday, March 6

Forms, dates and times for lectures and driving can be found on the community education page of the Webster schools website.

--- Counseling Center ---

Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. The application are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.

Attention Sophomores and juniors - the following colleges are coming to visit Thomas: the University of Tampa and the University of Pittsburgh. Sign up to meet college representatives in your naviance account. If you are unsure or unable to access your naviance account, please stop into the Counseling Center and have Ms. Marcello reset your account.

--- Clubs ---

There will be a rehearsal for the LOTE Honor Society after school today in the auditorium. If you cannot attend, please go see Mrs. Jurs in room 224. Thank you!

Attention all CARE club members. There is a meeting today after school in room 316. We will be organizing the distribution of our warm/fuzzy project. New members are always welcome! Again, there is a CARE club meeting this Thursday after school in room 316

Attention everyone... You're invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind; its chess club!

TODAY! , Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski's room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend; everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310

Attention all Unified partners and YAC members. Our first meeting to plan the Unified Elementary games will be Wednesday, March 6 from 3:30 - 4:30 pm at the Thomas North cafeteria. We need lots of great leaders to make this event an incredible experience for our elementary unified athletes.

---- Sports ---

If you intend to play a sport this spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s officeSign up online at FamilyID.com

Deadline for all JV/Varsity: February 28 (today)

Deadline for all Mod A&B: March 21

Please make sure you register on the Family Id prior to your season.

Any questions please feel free to ask your coach our ask your physical education teacher.

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Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

Wednesday, February 27th

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Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is… Marian Anderson was born in 1897.

Remembered as one of the most celebrated singers of the 20th Century,

Marian was invited by President Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor to perform at the White House, the first African-American ever to receive this honor.

The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.

Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!

Registration for the 2019 Spring Session of Webster Drivers Education will be held from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road

Tuesday, March 5 for seniors and juniors

Wednesday, March 6 for sophomores

Forms and dates and times for lectures and driving can be found on the community education page of the Webster schools website.

---- Counseling Center ---

Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.

Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th

---- Clubs --

There will be a rehearsal for the LOTE Honor Society after school in the auditorium on Thursday. If you cannot attend, please go see Mrs. Jurs in room 224. Thank you!

Are you interested in international affairs and current events? Do you like to debate? Do you want to explore an awesome extracurricular club? See Miss Yang in room 210 ASAP about a Model UN opportunity on March 8th and 9th at St. John Fisher College if any of these apply to you!

---- Sports ---

If you intend to play a sport this spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s officeSign up online at FamilyID.com

Deadline for all JV/Varsity: February 28

Deadline for all Mod A&B: March 21

Please make sure you register on the Family Id prior to your season. Thanks any questions please feel free to ask your coach our ask your Physical education teacher.

--- Lunch ----

Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers or pizza crunchers

Tuesday, February 26th

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Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is…

In 1965, Jimmie Lee Jackson, an African-American civil rights activist dies from wounds inflicted during a protest. His death inspired the three "Selma to Montgomery" marches; which raised awareness of the difficulties faced by black voters, leading to the passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.

The ASVAB is a multi aptitude exam for high school students that helps align your skills with your interests. This exam may help you explore future career goals…regardless of your plans after high school This exam is free and is offered at Thomas on March 30th. Pick up your registration form in the Counseling Center.

Registration for the 2019 Spring Session of Webster Drivers Education will be held from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center, 875 Ridge Road

Tuesday, March 5 for seniors and juniors

Wednesday, March 6 for sophomores

Forms and dates and times for lectures and driving can be found on the community education page of the Webster schools website.

------- Counseling Center --

Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. The application are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.

------ Clubs -----

There will be a rehearsal for the LOTE Honor Society after school in the auditorium on Thursday . If you cannot attend, please go see Mrs. Jurs in room 224. Thank you!

------- Sports -----

If you intend to play a sport this spring:

A physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 must be on file in the Nurse’s officeSign up online at FamilyID.com

Deadline for all JV/Varsity: February 28

Deadline for all Mod A&B: March 21

Please make sure you register on the Family Id prior to your season. Thanks any questions please feel free to ask your coach our ask your Physical education teacher.

At the Indoor track Class A sectional meet a big congratulations to our sectional champions: Sean Smith in the weight throw, Monique Hardy in the weight throw and shot put, and the girls 4x800 relay with Lia Kowalski, Elena Ziskind, Katherine Peterson and Haley Brennan.

This past Friday, Monique, Sean and Jonah Dean punched their tickets to this weekends state meet down on Staten Island.

Today at 3:30 there will be a girls outdoor track pre-season meeting in the North Cafeteria

There will be a boys’ tennis preseason meeting today in Coach Suffoletto’s room (#202) after school. Any boy interested in playing on the tennis team is welcome. Practice will start Mon Mar 4 at Midtown Athletic Club.

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Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

Friday, February 15, 2019

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Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is…In1948 track and field star Alice Coachman was the first black woman to win an Olympic gold medal. She was the winner in the high jump at the 1948 games in London.

Save the date! Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!

Seniors: It's time to order your cap & gown, graduation announcements and class ring. You can place your order today during lunch.

Extra Information Packets are in the Main Office if you didn't receive one at the meetings on February 8th.

Information can also be found online at Jostens.com

Don’t miss your opportunity to receive certain promotional items for FREE when your order!

See information packets for details.

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Today's lunch is apple & bacon toasted cheese sandwich

February 14th, 2019

---- General ---

Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is…

In1818 Frederick Douglass was born.

Frederick Douglass escaped from slavery and became a leading spokesperson for the abolition of slavery and for racial equality.

Seniors: It's time to order your cap & gown, graduation announcements and class ring.

Order dates are today and Friday during lunch periods.

Extra Information Packets are in the Main Office if you didn't receive one at the meetings on February 8th. Information can also be found online at Jostens.com

Don’t miss your opportunity to receive certain promotional items for FREE when your order!

See information packets for details.

---- Counseling Center ---

Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.

Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th

Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. The application are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.

--- Clubs -----

The Tri-M Music Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House tonight from 6-8pm in the Chorus room. If you are interested in performing, no auditions are required and all students are invited to participate. However, you must sign up on the chorus room door to indicate your interest before the event. Bring a bagged dinner and we will provide light refreshments. Hope to see you there!

---- Sports ---

Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is an informational meeting today at 3:00 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.

Attention boy athletes, if you play a sport at Webster Thomas and are looking to keep up and improve on your strength, speed, explosiveness and overall stamina in the spring season, consider joining outdoor track. Our preseason meeting is today in the cafeteria after school at 2:45. if you are interested in competing this season make sure you attend. If you have any questions in the meantime, see coach Kieffer in the counseling center.

Unified Basketball open gym will be held tonight from 6:10 pm - 7:30 pm All interested in Unified Basketball are welcome to attend.

We will not have open gym during the break!

--- Lunch ----

Today's lunch is meatball sub

---- Special Announcements ----

Mr. Widor to talk about survey video

February 13th, 2019

---- General ---

Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is….

In1920 Andrew "Rube" Foster organized the Negro National League in Kansas City, Missouri. It was the first baseball league for African Americans.


It’s time for GRADUATION & CLASS RING ordering at Webster Thomas HS:

ORDER DATES:

THURSDAY & FRIDAY, FEB. 14th & 15th

DURING LUNCH PERIODS

Extra Information Packets are in the Main Office if you didn't receive one at the meetings on 2/8/19.

Information can also be found online: Jostens.com

SENIORS - BE SURE TO ORDER YOUR CAP & GOWN, GRADUATION ANNOUNCEMENTS & CLASS RING AT THIS TIME!!!

SENIORS - Don’t miss your opportunity to receive

certain promotional items for FREE when your order!

See information packets for details.


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


> Today is the final day to turn in registrations for Titan Ball. If you are interested and have not turned in a form yet, please see Mrs. Warner, Mrs. LaRocco or Mrs. Nieves today.

The library will be closed after school today.


---- Counseling Center ----

Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. The application are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.


---- Clubs ----

The Tri-M Music Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House on Thursday, February 14th from 6-8pm in the Chorus room. If you are interested in performing, no auditions are required and all students are invited to participate. However, you must sign up on the chorus room door to indicate your interest before the event. Bring a bagged dinner and we will provide light refreshments. Hope to see you there!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 6:55 in the chorus room. Timothy, don't forget the doughnuts!


--- Sports ---

Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is an informational meeting on February 14th at 3:00 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.


Attention boy athletes, if you play a sport at Webster Thomas and are looking to keep up and improve on your strength, speed, explosivness and overall stamina in the spring season, consider joining outdoor track. Our preseason meeting is this Thursday in the cafeteria after school at 2:45. if you are interested in competing this season make sure you attend. If you have any questions in the meantime, see coach Kieffer in the counseling center.


Unified Basketball open gym will be held again on Thursday, February 14 from 6:10 pm - 7:30 pm All interested in Unified Basketball are welcome to attend.

We will not have open gym during the break!


Attention all potential Boys JV and Varsity Lacrosse players there will be an informational meeting after school in the South Cafeteria please plan to arrive at 2:45 we will be handing out important information if you can not attend please see coach Ruller


--- Special Announcements ----

Student Council would like to announce the Students and staff of the Month February


In 9th grade Owen Britt- Owen is an exemplary student and young man. He shows up to school every day ready to give 100% in each class. He is happy to answer questions and give his opinion in critique. He is extremely creative and hard working. But, what really makes Owen special is that he is always willing to help classmates who have questions or are struggling, without being asked to do so.


In 10th, Dom Sgro- Dom is a kind and hardworking student. He is a great self-advocate and models the definition of perseverance daily. His positive attitude will serve him well in life. Dom is a wonderful asset to the Webster Thomas community.


In 11th grade, Isabella Housel- Isabella is one of the hardest working students at Thomas! She works hard in every class, as she is always attentive, taking notes, asking for help. Isabella stays after school to get help multiple times a week. Even when faced with a challenge, she never gives up, but instead keeps trying and working until she overcomes it. She keeps herself very organized so she always is on top of what she still needs to finish or ask questions about. Her work ethic and inspiring, making her a wonderful student here at Thomas.


In 12th grade, Jack Vuillequez- Jack is very hard working and task-oriented. He is always on top of his work, and on top of being a very talented artist, he is extremely well-rounded, excelling in all areas. He is a deep thinker, empathetic and always asks pertinent and helpful questions. He is also very open-minded to critical feedback and assists his classmates whenever they are in need. Webster Thomas is very lucky to have Jack as a student.


Our faculty of the month is Mr. VanHorn- Mr. VanHorn does an outstanding job of getting 60 students, playing a variety of instruments, to learn how to work together. His students work harmoniously in creating beautiful music for the enjoyment of both our school and our community. If it were not for Mr. Van Horn, our music department would not be what it is today. Thank you Mr. VanHorn for all you do in supporting the Webster Thomas Community!

Please come down to the main office some time today to receive your certificate and gift.


--- Lunch ---


Today's lunch is bacon cheeseburger / hamburger

February 12, 2019

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Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is…

In 1909 The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) was founded.

The purpose and the focus of the NAACP is "To ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination."

The 5-hour class will be held today at Thomas High School School in room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.

------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------

Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.

Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th

Attention seniors - The common application for senior awards is available in the Counseling Center. The application are due back by March 29th. Pick up your application today.

------ Clubs --------------------------------------------

LOTE Honor Society will be having a brief meeting after school today in the auditorium for Junior candidates to discuss the upcoming ceremony. If you cannot attend, please email Mrs. Jurs.

The Tri-M Music Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House on Thursday, February 14th from 6-8pm in the Chorus room. If you are interested in performing, no auditions are required and all students are invited to participate. However, you must sign up on the chorus room door to indicate your interest before the event. Bring a bagged dinner and we will provide light refreshments. Hope to see you there!

The Tri-M Music Honor Society will be meeting tomorrow morning at 7AM in the Theory room. Please be on time and have your calendars with you.

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Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is an informational meeting on February 14th at 3:00 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.

Attention all potential JV and Varsity lacrosse players there will be an informational meeting after school today in the south cafe at 245. Any questions see coach Ruller.

Attention boy athletes, if you play a sport at Webster Thomas and are looking to keep up and improve on your strength, speed, explosivness and overall stamina in the spring season, consider joining outdoor track. Our preseason meeting is this Thursday, February 14thin the cafeteria after school at 2:45. if you are interested in competing this season make sure you attend. If you have any questions in the meantime, see coach Kieffer in the counseling center.

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Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter

February 11, 2019

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Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is…

In 1990, Nelson Mandela is released from prison after 27 years.

Mandela helped to end apartheid and bring about a peaceful transition to non racial democracy in South Africa.

In 1993, Mandela was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. One year later he was elected South Africa’s president.

Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!

The library is closed after school today.

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, February 12th at Thomas High School School in room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.

------- Clubs --------------------------------------------

LOTE Honor Society will be having a brief meeting in the auditorium for Junior candidates after school Tuesday, February 12th to discuss the upcoming ceremony. If you cannot attend, please email Mrs. Jurs.

The Tri-M Music Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House on Thursday, February 14th from 6-8pm in the Chorus room. If you are interested in performing, no auditions are required and all students are invited to participate. However, you must sign up on the chorus room door to indicate your interest before the event. Bring a bagged dinner and we will provide light refreshments. Hope to see you there!

------- Sports --------------------------------------------

Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is an informational meeting on February 14th at 3:00 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.

Attention all potential JV and Varsity lacrosse players there will be an informational meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, February 12th, in the south cafe at 245. Any questions see coach Ruller.

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Today's lunch is fiestada

February 8th, 2019

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Today’s Black History Month fact of the day is…In 1986

Oprah Winfrey becomes the first African American woman to host a nationally syndicated talk show.

If you intend to play a spring sport please have a physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com beginning February 4, 2019.

The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, February 12th at Thomas High School School in room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.

Student Council is hosting a Titan Ball Tournament to benefit Miracle Field.

It will be held on Wednesday February 27th beginning at 3 PM in the gym.

Teams can have up to 10 players (at least 3 boys and 3 girls on each team) and must have 1 teacher. It is $5 per person and teachers are free.

Sign up forms can be found on Mrs. Warner's door in room 450, Mrs. Nieves in 411 and Mrs. LaRocco in 404. Please turn in your registration by Wednesday February 13th

There will be swim make-ups on Monday, February 11 from 2:30-3:15.

------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------

Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.

Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th

------- Clubs --------------------------------------------

LOTE Honor Society will be having a brief meeting in the auditorium for Junior candidates after school Tuesday, February 12th to discuss the upcoming ceremony. If you cannot attend, please email Mrs. Jurs.

The Tri-M Music Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House on Thursday, February 14th from 6-8pm in the Chorus room. If you are interested in performing, no auditions are required and all students are invited to participate. However, you must sign up on the chorus room door to indicate your interest before the event. Bring a bagged dinner and we will provide light refreshments. Hope to see you there!

------- Sports --------------------------------------------

Attention all girls interested in trying out for Freshmen, JV or Varsity softball this spring. There is an informational meeting on February 14th at 3:00 pm in the West Cafe. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in room 337.

------- Lunch --------------------------------------------

Today's lunch is chicken tenders

February 7th, 2019

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Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...

To focus attention on black contributions to civilization, Carter G. Woodson founded "Negro History Week".

It was observed for the first time on this day in 1926. In 1976 it became known as Black History Month.


The library will be closed blocks 1 and 6 today. Please find an alternative location to print.


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


If you intend to play a spring sport please have a physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com beginning February 4, 2019.


The Thomas High School Food Cupboard needs your help!

We are in the process of starting our own food cupboard for students and families that may need some support.

If you want to contribute, here are some items we need to start stocking the shelves:

canned fruit, veggies, soup, pasta, chili, tuna, chicken, single serve mac & cheese and pasta cereal, granola bars, cookies, individually wrapped snacks personal care & hygiene products

You may bring items to the main office or your house office during this week.

Thank you in advance for supporting this cause and helping those less fortunate.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, February 12th at Thomas High School School in room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Student Council is hosting a Titan Ball Tournament to benefit Miracle Field.

It will be held on Wednesday February 27th beginning at 3 PM in the gym.

Teams can have up to 10 players (at least 3 boys and 3 girls on each team) and must have 1 teacher. It is $5 per person and teachers are free.

Sign up forms can be found on Mrs. Warner's door in room 450, Mrs. Nieves in 411 and Mrs. LaRocco in 404. Please turn in your registration by Wednesday February 13th


There will be swim make-ups on Monday, February 11 from 2:30-3:15.



The Webster Thomas National Honor Society is sponsoring a blood drive through the American Red Cross tomorrow, February 8th, and is looking for more volunteers to participate. If you would like to either be a donor or help out during the blood drive tomorrow, stop down by the blood drive table near the cafeteria during a lunch block TODAY to sign up!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


LOTE Honor Society will be having a brief meeting in the auditorium for Junior candidates after school Tuesday, February 12th to discuss the upcoming ceremony. If you cannot attend, please email Mrs. Jurs.


EARTH Club will meet after school today , to start making plans for EARTH week. Come join us in room 205 with ideas!


The Tri-M Music Honor Society is sponsoring a Coffee House on Thursday, February 14th from 6-8pm in the Chorus room. If you are interested in performing, no auditions are required and all students are invited to participate. However, you must sign up on the chorus room door to indicate your interest before the event. Bring a bagged dinner and we will provide light refreshments. Hope to see you there!


Attention everyone... You're invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind; its chess club!

TODAY! , Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski's room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend; everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is trash plate

February 6th, 2019

------- General --------------------------------------------

Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...

Bob Marley was born on this day in 1945.

Known for popularizing reggae music, Bob Marley advocated for social change during his short but impactful life.


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


If you intend to play a spring sport please have a physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com beginning February 4, 2019.


Student Council is hosting a Titan Ball Tournament to benefit Miracle Field.

It will be held on Wednesday February 27th beginning at 3 PM in the gym.

Teams can have up to 10 players (at least 3 boys and 3 girls on each team) and must have 1 teacher. It is $5 per person and teachers are free.

Sign up forms can be found on Mrs. Warner's door in room 450, Mrs. Nieves in 411 and Mrs. LaRocco in 404. Please turn in your registration by Wednesday February 13th


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


LOTE Honor Society will be having a brief meeting in the auditorium for Junior candidates after school Tuesday, February 12th to discuss the upcoming ceremony. If you cannot attend, please email Mrs. Jurs.


EARTH Club will meet after school tomorrow Thursday, February 7th, to start making plans for EARTH week. Come join us in room 205 with ideas!



On Friday, February 2 the Thomas Future Business Leaders of America competed in the Spring District Competition.

Elle McEneany was 1st place in Accounting, Madison Zuris was 2nd in Accounting, and Justin Riedel was 5th in Accounting.

Hannah Beamish was 3rd in Agribusiness, Sophie Carr 4th, and Justin Riedel 5th in Agribusiness.

Anna Rannuste was 4th in Business Calculations.

Lindsay Oliver and Liam Murphy were 3rd and 4th in Economics.

Suzanne Sokolowski was 2nd in both Introduction to Business and Introduction to Financial Math.

Liam Murphy was 4th in Personal Finance.

Congratulations to all who participated in the competition.


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Today's lunch is roasted chicken

February 5th, 2019

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Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...


Henry Louis "Hank" Aaron, baseball hall of famer was born on this day in Mobile, Alabama.

He held the all-time home run record of 755 home runs for over thirty years.


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


If you intend to play a spring sport please have a physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com beginning February 4, 2019.


The Thomas High School Food Cupboard needs your help!

We are in the process of starting our own food cupboard for students and families that may need some support.

If you want to contribute, here are some items we need to start stocking the shelves:

canned fruit, veggies, soup, pasta, chili, tuna, chicken, single serve mac & cheese and pasta cereal, granola bars, cookies, individually wrapped snacks personal care & hygiene products

You may bring items to the main office or your house office during this week.

Thank you in advance for supporting this cause and helping those less fortunate.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, February 12th at Thomas High School School in room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Student Council is hosting a Titan Ball Tournament to benefit Miracle Field.

It will be held on Wednesday February 27th beginning at 3 PM in the gym.

Teams can have up to 10 players (at least 3 boys and 3 girls on each team) and must have 1 teacher. It is $5 per person and teachers are free.

Sign up forms can be found on Mrs. Warner's door in room 450, Mrs. Nieves in 411 and Mrs. LaRocco in 404. Please turn in your registration by Wednesday February 13th


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Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


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LOTE Honor Society will be having a brief meeting in the auditorium for Junior candidates after school Tuesday, February 12th to discuss the upcoming ceremony. If you cannot attend, please email Mrs. Jurs.


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Today's lunch is tacos

February 4, 2019

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Rosa Parks was born on Feburary 4th 1913

By refusing to give up her seat to a white man on a Montgomery, Alabama, city bus in 1955, Rosa Parks helped initiate the civil rights movement in the United States.


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


If you intend to play a spring sport please have a physical dated on or after March 1, 2018 on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com beginning February 4, 2019.


The Thomas High School Food Cupboard needs your help!

We are in the process of starting our own food cupboard for students and families that may need some support.

If you want to contribute, here are some items we need to start stocking the shelves:

canned fruit, veggies, soup, pasta, chili, tuna, chicken, single serve mac & cheese and pasta cereal, granola bars, cookies, individually wrapped snacks personal care & hygiene products

You may bring items to the main office or your house office during this week.

Thank you in advance for supporting this cause and helping those less fortunate.



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Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


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Attention Beat Buddies Officers - there will be an officers meeting tomorrow after school in room 145. If you cannot attend please see Mrs Green. Thanks


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This weekend at the Indoor track county meet, the girls team placed 5th and the guys team placed 12th. Lia Kowalski was 2nd in the 2 mile, the girls 4x800 relay placed 3rd. Jack Harding tied the school record in the pole vault at 12 feet. Sean Smith was County champ in the weight throw with a new school record. Monique Hardy was 2nd in the shot put and county champ in the weight throw.



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Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

February 1, 2019

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The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


Is there someone you appreciate having in your life here at Thomas? Someone you can talk to, who makes you laugh, or brings you coffee when you most need it! Take a moment to stop by the CARE room during lunches to send someone you know a Warm Fuzzy during these cold winter days.

Send warmth during these cold winter days to someone you appreciate! Stop by the CARE room during lunches to fill out a Warm Fuzzy to let them know you care!


February is Black History Month!

It was originated in 1926 by Carter G. Woodson in order to celebrate achievements, births, important timelines, events and to remember those we lost.

We are going to recognize Black History Month with a fact for each day in February.

Starting with today - February first - in 1865 the 13th amendment to the U.S. Constitution, which abolished slavery, was adopted by the 38th Congress.


The Thomas High School Food Cupboard needs your help! We are in the process of starting our own food cupboard for students and families that may need some support. If you want to contribute, here are some items we need to start stocking the shelves:


  • Canned fruit, veggies, soup, pasta, chili, tuna, chicken, etc.

  • Mac & Cheese (Single Serve and Boxed)

  • Single Serve Pasta

  • Cereal

  • Granola bars

  • Cookies

  • Individually Wrapped Snacks

  • Personal Care/Hygiene Products (shampoo, toothpaste, soap)

Drop off locations will be at the main office and your house offices.


If you have any questions, contact Mrs. Small (Room 312), Ian Avery, or Jonathan Reeve.


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Attention Juniors: There is a common application available for junior college awards. Applications are available in the Counseling Center. A few of the colleges on the application include: Clarkson, RIT, RPI, and U of R. Completed applications are due back to the Counseling Center by Friday, March 15th.


Attention Sophomores: The PreACT is a practice ACT exam that Thomas is offering on Saturday, March 16th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center and are due back by Tuesday, March 12th


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Today's lunch is shrimp poppers

January 30, 2019

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The library will be closed all day today and also after school.


Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February.

Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by Friday, February 1st.


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


Save the date!...Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork, musical performances, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


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Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

January 29, 2019

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The library will be closed all day tomorrow.


Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February.

Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by February 1st.


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


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Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a work session today after school in Mr. Schug’s room. Please plan to attend. Our competition is this Saturday at SUNY Brockport.


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Today's lunch is fiestada

January 28, 2019

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Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February.

Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by February 1st.


Please join us for Community Arts Day on Saturday April 6th from 10AM -4 PM at Webster Schroeder High School!

An event for all ages, showcasing student artwork and musical performances all day, community groups, arts and crafts vendors, kids craft stations, the YMCA carnival, Webster’s Got Talent Show, breakfast, lunch, snacks and sweet treats!

Volunteer opportunities will be available soon!

All of the funds raised from this event go back to Webster’s 11 schools for arts education.

See you at Community Arts Day!


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Attention Science Olympiad Team:

Please make sure you have your signed forms for tomorrow’s meeting. If you didn’t receive forms last week, please see Mrs. Visca In room 305 ASAP. Our competition is this Saturday at SUNY Brockport.


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With the end of the JV indoor track season this past weekend as well as 2 varsity meets, there were many all time PRs. They went to Skyler Klimow, Miranda Nicolosi, Victoria Zian Joe Meyers, Jack Conti and Jesse Denman in the 55m, Jesse in the hurdles, Rachel Hill and Nick Adorante in the 600, Julianna Klimow in the 300, Brendan Ford, Kati Gamache and Sage Altobelli in the 1000, Katherine Peterson in the mile, JJ Montemaro in the 2 mile. Evan Gorthy in the triple jump, Donovan Cullen in the long jump, and Erik Stephany and Gio Blekot in the weight throw. Sean Smith broke the shot put school record with a 48'7.25" throw and Monique Hardy re-broke her weight throw school record with a 62'9.5". Varsity Counties will be this coming Saturday at SUNY Brockport.



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Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty


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Good morning,

Today you will be receiving your spring schedules during your homeroom.

Seniors: Please make sure that you have all your required courses and credits for graduation.

To all students, if you do not want a study hall and want to take an elective instead, please come down to the counseling center and make an appointment during your lunch or study hall to add a class. You are not allowed to drop any classes.

If you did not receive a spring schedule in your homeroom, stop down to the counseling center during lunch or study hall.

If you have any questions, please stop down to the counseling center and sign up for an appointment with your counselor. Thank you and have a good day!


Good morning, My name is Mr. Kaseman I wanted to inform you that I will be hosting the American Sign Language club on Monday and Wednesday after school, from 230 to 330 in room 308. stop by to learn more and see me if you have any questions. Have a wonderful day.

January 24, 2019

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The library will be closed all day today for testing. Please make other arrangements for printing.


Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February.

Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by February 1st.


There will be swim make-ups TODAY from 2:45-3:15.

Please meet outside the pool if you will be attending.


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


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Attention all Thomas students. Positivity in action is a new club where we will discuss major issues once a week and then take action to help better our community. An informational meeting will be held on Monday January 28th in room 254 at 2:30. If you have any questions please see Ms. Smalter in room 254 or see or email Sofia Bosco at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org.


Attention Unified and YAC members attending the Summit on Friday!

The bus for the Summit leaves from Schroeder at 8:15 am. Meet by the Schroeder gym by 8:10 am on Friday, January 25.


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Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken / orange chicken

January 23, 2019

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The library will be closed all day today for testing. Please make other arrangements for printing.


There will be swim make-ups on Thursday, January 24 from 2:45-3:15. Please meet outside the pool if you will be attending.


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will go through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


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Attention all Thomas students. Positivity in action is a new club where we will discuss major issues once a week and then take action to help better our community. An informational meeting will be held on Monday January 28th in room 254 at 2:30. If you have any questions please see Ms. Smalter in room 254 or see or email Sofia Bosco at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Nolan, don't forget the doughnuts!


Attention Unified and YAC members attending the Summit on Friday!

Those presenting have a mandatory meeting today, Wednesday, January 23 at 3:30 in the south cafeteria.

The bus for the Summit leaves from Schroeder at 8:15 am. Meet by the Schroeder gym by 8:10 am on Friday, January 25.


Attention everyone... Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind; it’s chess club!

TODAY! , Wednesday, after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend; everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


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Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

January 22, 2019

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.


The library will be closed all day today. Please make other arrangements for printing.


Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February.

Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by February 1st.


There will be swim make-ups on Thursday, Jan 24 from 2:45-3:15. Please meet outside the pool if you will be attending.


The Monroe County Sheriff's Office Teen Police Academy is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. The training includes classroom instruction, role-playing and rigorous physical fitness. The academy runs for a week in the summer. If you would like to apply, please pick up your application in the Counseling Center. If selected, you will to through the interview process. Applications are due back to the Counseling Center by March 8th.


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Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a meeting after school today in Mr. Schug's room (Room 139) Please plan to attend.


Attention all Thomas students. Positivity in action is a new club where we will discuss major issues once a week and then take action to help better our community. An informational meeting will be held on Monday the 28th in room 254 at 2:30. If you have any questions please see Ms. Smalter in room 254 or see or email Sofia Bosco at Sbosco20@webstercsd.org.


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Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

January 18, 2019

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.


The library will be closed all of next week for testing. Please plan to find a printer in an area other than the library.


Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February.

Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by February 1st.


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Today's lunch is apple & bacon toasted cheese sandwich

January 17, 2019

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Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February.

Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by February 1st.


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There will be a CARE club meeting after school TODAY from 2:30-3:15 in room 316.

New members are always welcome!

Again, that's a CARE club meeting in 316 TODAY after school. See you then!


Attention all Unified YAC members.

A google form was sent out on earlier this week. Respond to the 4 questions regarding The Summit on January 25.

Today is the last day to submit this form.

Please respond whether you are attending or not!!


For all YAC and Unified members presenting at the Summit next Friday, we will meet TODAY at 3:20 pm by the Schroeder gym.

You can take the super shuttle that leaves from the Thomas pool area at 2:55 pm.

We will also meet on Wednesday, Jan 23

Please make arrangements to be picked up from Schroeder at 4:30 pm

Contact Jane Laskey at jane_laskey@webstercsd.org if questions.


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Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

January 16, 2019

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.

Any Junior interested in the New Visions program for next school year, must attend the field trip scheduled in February. Please pick up your passport in the Counselling Center.

Passports are due back by February 1st.

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There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, January 17th from 2:30-3:15 in room 316. New members are always welcome! Again, that's a CARE club meeting in 316 this Thursday after school. See you then!

Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Eric and Jonah, don't forget the doughnuts!

Attention all Unified YAC members.

A google form was sent out on Monday afternoon. Respond to the 4 questions regarding The Summit on January 25.

Please resend by Thursday, Jan 17.

Please respond whether you are attending or not!!

YAC and Unified members presenting at the Summit next Friday. We will meet tomorrow Thursday, Jan 17 at 3:20 pm by the Schroeder gym.

You can take the super shuttle that leaves from the Thomas pool area at 2:55 pm.

We will also meet on Wednesday, Jan 23

Please make arrangements to be picked up from Schroeder at 4:30 pm

Contact Jane Laskey at jane_laskey@webstercsd.org if questions.

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> Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

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Student Council would like to announce the Students and staff of the Month January

In 9th grade Carolyn Mack- Carolyn is a fantastic student! She is very hardworking and is always willing to help others. Carolyn is also a very kind and compassionate person and that shows every day her classes. She is a great student to honor!

In 10th, Ben Welch- Ben is conscientious, curious, and engaged. He genuinely cares about understanding course material. He gladly helps his fellow students and conducts himself with dignity and self respect.

In 11th grade, Renee Tailee- Renee is a very dedicated student. She comes to class every day ready to learn. She is aware of others around her and is helpful to students in providing notes, and descriptions of processes. She takes her work seriously and always answers the questions asked.

In 12th grade, Brendan Frye- Brendan is in Advanced Accounting, an online course, where he demonstrates excellent time management skills and produces amazing work. He is diligent, hardworking, thought provoking, and an extreme asset to the class.

Our faculty of the month is Mr. Baier- Mr. Baier is the perfect example of what it means to be a Titan. He is actively involved in the classroom, working with his AP Bio students to make sure they understand what he is teaching. He has enthusiasm while teaching that should be honored by all. His creativity while teaching allows for the students to eagerly learn while in his class. This allows for his class to be fun and enjoying for the students. He is a great teacher in the Thomas Community!

January 15, 2019

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The library is closed after school today.


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There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, January 17th from 2:30-3:15 in room 316. New members are always welcome! Again, that's a CARE club meeting in 316 this Thursday after school. See you then!


Best Buddies will meet after school today in room 147 . See you there!


Attention all Unified YAC members.

A google form was sent out on Monday afternoon. Respond to the 4 questions regarding The Summit on January 25.

Please resend by Thursday, Jan 17.

Please respond whether you are attending or not!!

Contact Jane Laskey at jane_laskey@webstercsd.org if questions.


The Tri-M Music Honor Society will meet tomorrow morning at 7AM in the music theory room. Please bring your calendars with you. See you then!


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Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

January 14, 2019

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.


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Best Buddies will meet tomorrow, Jan 15, from 2:30 - 3:15 in room 147. See you then!


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Today's lunch is meatball sub

January 11, 2019

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.


Attention all Titans....the end of the second quarter marking period is Friday, January 25th....that's exactly two weeks from today. Make sure you have all of your assignments completed in all of your courses. Finish up the second quarter on a strong note.


Even though course selection sheets were turned in yesterday, continue to think about what courses you would like to take next year, This will make the meeting between you and your guidance counselor a productive one and will increase the likelihood that you are happy with your schedule next school year.


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Today's lunch is chicken tenders

January 10, 2019

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.


Boys State and Girls State are summer leadership and civics programs held throughout the United States. They are sponsored by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for high school students between their junior and senior years. If you are currently a junior and would be interested in learning more and/or possibly interviewing for a chance to attend either Boys State or Girls State, see Mr. Callard or Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center by this Friday. Each of these programs is scheduled to run on a SUNY college campus shortly after the end of the school year. All costs are covered by the Legion or the Auxillary.


The library is closed after school today.



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The most exciting team sport at Thomas is looking for new playing partners and new club members.

A meeting for Unified Basketball will be held in the North Cafe on Thursday, Jan 10 from 2:35 to about 3:15.

The season begins in April and ends in May. Volunteer group has a workshop at Gates on January 25. We also help out with the Unified elementary games at Thomas in April.

You do not need to be a hoop star to participate! All those interested in being playing partners, assistant coaches and/or club members are welcome!

See you then. Contact Jane Laskey at 670-8066 or jane_laskey@webstercsd.orgif interested.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Conor, don't forget the doughnuts.


Attention everyone...Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind, it’s chess club!

TODAY, Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend, everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


The Tri-M Music Honor Society has moved their monthly meeting to Wednesday, January 16th at 7AM in the Theory room.


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The Monroe County Math League meet was hosted at Penfield last night. Leading the way for the Titans was Scott Schleede scoring 11 points along with Allison Broccollo and AJ Finn scoring 10 points each. Great job all mathletes!!!



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Today's lunch is trash plates

January 9, 2019

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The library will be closed after school today.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.


Boys State and Girls State are summer leadership and civics programs held throughout the United States. They are sponsored by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for high school students between their junior and senior years. If you are currently a junior and would be interested in learning more and/or possibly interviewing for a chance to attend either Boys State or Girls State, see Mr. Callard or Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center by this Friday. Each of these programs is scheduled to run on a SUNY college campus shortly after the end of the school year. All costs are covered by the Legion or the Auxillary.


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The most exciting team sport at Thomas is looking for new playing partners and new club members.

A meeting for Unified Basketball will be held in the North Cafe on Thursday, Jan 10 from 2:35 to about 3:15.

The season begins in April and ends in May. Volunteer group has a workshop at Gates on January 25. We also help out with the Unified elementary games at Thomas in April.

You do not need to be a hoop star to participate! All those interested in being playing partners, assistant coaches and/or club members are welcome!

See you then. Contact Jane Laskey at 670-8066 or jane_laskey@webstercsd.orgif interested.


The Tri-M Music Honor Society will move its monthly meeting FROM this Wednesday TO next Wednesday, January 16th at 7AM in the Theory room.



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Today's lunch is roasted chicken


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Good morning and welcome to course selection season.

Today you are receiving your course selection sheet so you can request courses for next year. Please bring this sheet with you to all of your classes over the next two days.

During each class today and tomorrow, your teacher will take a few minutes to discuss the course that is recommended for you. Your teacher will also initial that recommendation on your form. Visit with teachers from elective course areas to discuss options in their departments.

When considering what to take, please keep in mind what your interests are, and what your plans are upon graduation. Maintain a balance in your life and select courses with your future in mind!

Over the next 5 weeks, School Counselors are coming to your P.E. class to meet with you one-on-one to discuss your course request for next school year. You do not need to make an appointment with us, we have already made one for you.

January 8, 2019

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 1/22 at Schroeder High School in room E3. The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class. Early registration is encouraged to prevent cancellation of this class.


Boys State and Girls State are summer leadership and civics programs held throughout the United States. They are sponsored by the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary for high school students between their junior and senior years. If you are currently a junior and would be interested in learning more and/or possibly interviewing for a chance to attend either Boys State or Girls State, see Mr. Callard or Ms. Marcello in the Counseling Center by this Friday. Each of these programs is scheduled to run on a SUNY college campus shortly after the end of the school year. All costs are covered by the Legion or the Auxillary.


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The most exciting team sport at Thomas is looking for new playing partners and new club members.

A meeting for Unified Basketball will be held in the North Cafe on Thursday, Jan 10 from 2:35 to about 3:15.

The season begins in April and ends in May. Volunteer group has a workshop at Gates on January 25. We also help out with the Unified elementary games at Thomas in April.

You do not need to be a hoop star to participate! All those interested in being playing partners, assistant coaches and/or club members are welcome!

See you then. Contact Jane Laskey at 670-8066 or jane_laskey@webstercsd.orgif interested.


The Tri-M Music Honor Society will move its monthly meeting from this Wednesday to next Wednesday, January 16th at 7AM in the Theory room.



Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a work session today after school in Mr. Schug’s room to organize supplies for your events. Please plan to attend.


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Today's lunch is tacos

January 7, 2019

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The most exciting team sport at Thomas is looking for new playing partners and new club members.

A meeting for Unified Basketball will be held in the North Cafe on Thursday, Jan 10 from 2:35 to about 3:15.

The season begins in April and ends in May. Volunteer group has a workshop at Gates on January 25. We also help out with the Unified elementary games at Thomas in April.


You do not need to be a hoop star to participate! All those interested in being playing partners, assistant coaches and/or club members are welcome!


See you then. Contact Jane Laskey at 670-8066 or jane_laskey@webstercsd.orgif interested.


There is a meeting and work session tomorrow after school in Mr. Schug’s room. Please plan on attending to organize the items you will need for your specific events.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

January 4, 2019

------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The most exciting team sport at Thomas is looking for new playing partners and new club members.

A meeting for Unified Basketball will be held in the North Cafe on Thursday, Jan 10 from 2:35 to about 3:15.

The season begins in April and ends in May. Volunteer group has a workshop at Gates on January 25. We also help out with the Unified elementary games at Thomas in April.


You do not need to be a hoop star to participate! All those interested in being playing partners, assistant coaches and/or club members are welcome!


See you then. Contact Jane Laskey at 670-8066 or jane_laskey@webstercsd.orgif interested.


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If you are looking for something exciting to do this weekend, stop by the Thomas gym tonight to see the Thomas boys basketball JV & varsity teams as they take on Victor. JV tips off at 5:30, followed by the Varsity.


The Thomas Titans ice hockey team has a big game tomorrow night at the Webster Ice Arena. Come support your Titans as they take on Webster Schroeder. Face off is at 6:00.


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Today's lunch is bosco cheese sticks

January 3, 2019

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Attention everyone... Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind, It’s chess club!

TODAY after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend; everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


The most exciting team sport at Thomas is looking for new playing partners and new club members.

A meeting for Unified Basketball will be held in the North Cafe on Thursday, Jan 10 from 2:35 to about 3:15.

The season begins in April and ends in May. Volunteer group has a workshop at Gates on January 25. We also help out with the Unified elementary games at Thomas in April.


You do not need to be a hoop star to participate! All those interested in being playing partners, assistant coaches and/or club members are welcome!


See you then. Contact Jane Laskey at 670-8066 or jane_laskey@webstercsd.orgif interested.


Thomas environmental club will meet today after school in room 205. New members always welcome. Stop in and have a greener 2019!


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Today's lunch is macho nacho

January 2, 2019

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> Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Tristan, don't forget the doughnuts!


Environmental Club will meet tomorrow Jan. 3 in room 205. New members always welcome.


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> Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

December 21, 2018

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The library is closed after school today.



If you took the PSAT back in October, your paper copy of your results are in the Counseling Center. Please pick them up during your lunch or study hall block.


Reminder to students: club photos will be taking place today in the Auditorium, please be prompt, schedules are posted all around the building.



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Attention all Unified YAC members - please check your school email for important information regarding the 2019 YAC Summit. The summit will be held January 25 and we will meet at each high school soon after the first of the year to begin our recruitment efforts and plans for the year.

Also, open gyms will begin the end of January too!

So please read your emails!!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is meatball sub

December 20, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


If you took the PSAT back in October, your paper copy of your results are in the Counseling Center. Please pick them up during your lunch or study hall block.


Reminder to students: club photos will be taking place today in the Auditorium, please be prompt, schedules are posted all around the building.



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Attention everyone... Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind; it’s chess club!

Tody, after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend; everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


Tomorrow's Improv Club meeting has been rescheduled for this afternoon in Room 111. Please don't come to Mr. Stoetzel's room tomorrow after school, as it will be empty and sadder than normal.



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Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

December 19, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


If you took the PSAT back in October, your paper copy of your results are in the Counseling Center. Please pick them up during your lunch or study hall block.


Attention students and staff:

Tomorrow and Friday club photos will be taking place in the Auditorium. Please check the schedules posted around the school for times, or contact your club advisor. Please be prompt as the schedule is tight and needs to stay on track.

Teachers thank you for allowing students to leave class to have their pictures taken, we appreciate your flexibility.


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Attention all Unified YAC members - please check your school email for important information regarding the 2019 YAC Summit. The summit will be held January 25 and we will meet at each high school soon after the first of the year to begin our recruitment efforts and plans for the year.

Also, open gyms will begin the end of January too!

So please read your emails!!


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Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

December 18, 2018

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Attention sophomores: tomorrow is the last day to hand in your passport to the Counseling Center if you would like to go on the EMCC field trip.


The 5-hour class will be held TODAY at Schroeder High School School, Room 406.

The class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM.

Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


If you took the PSAT back in October, your paper copy of your results are in the Counseling Center. Please pick them up during your lunch or study hall block.


It was great seeing so many people participate in our Merry Morning Monday yesterday.

Today is Santa's workshop and tomorrow will be Winter Wonderland Wednesday.

Looking forward to seeing a white out all across Thomas.

Remember Thursday is Ring in the new year so dress up

and then Festive Friday with holiday colors, ugly sweaters and accessories that make you feel festive.


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Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken

December 17, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 12/18 at Schroeder High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


LAST MINUTE ANNOUNCEMENT STAR WARS CLUB POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT TUESDAY 12/18


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Attention all Unified YAC members - please check your school email for important information regarding the 2019 YAC Summit. The summit will be held January 25 and we will meet at each high school soon after the first of the year to begin our recruitment efforts and plans for the year.

Also, open gyms will begin the end of January too!

So please read your emails!!


Attention Science Olympiad Students:

There is a meeting and work session tomorrow after school in room 305.


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At the 1st meet of the season for the indoor track team, the athletes are already off to a great start to their season with a ton of personal bests. Katherine Peterson placed 3rd in the 2 mile, Jonah Dean was 3rd in the 300 meters and less than a tenth of a second off the school record, Elena Ziskind was 3rd in the 1000 meters and Tori Vahl was 3rd in the long jump. Monique Hardy won both the weight throw and shot put, and improved her school record distance in shot. Sean Smith won the weight throw and set a new school record 59'8.75. He also won shot put and Bobby Folts placed 3rd. For the JV team, Aniella Palma placed 2nd in the 55 meters, Ava Labelle won the weight throw, Telaney Kilian and Bella Bovenzi went 1st and 2nd in the 600 meters.


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Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

December 14, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


The library is closed after school today.


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 12/18 at Schroeder High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Attention Staff and Students:

Since its the giving season - We are giving a chance for someone to win $1,000 Amazon gift card!

THIS WEEK ONLY! It's the Yearbook Holiday Sweepstakes!

Buy your yearbook online at jostensyearbooks.com and you're automatically entered to win a $1,000 Amazon gift card and other prizes.

Hurry up and order before 11:59pm on December 14th. Order now before the price goes up later on.

Good Luck!


STAR WARS CLUB POSTPONED UNTIL NEXT TUESDAY 12/18


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> Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter

December 13, 2018

> Attention all students who took the fall PSAT!

Yesterday you should have received your PSAT results via your personal email. Official PSAT practice is available on Khan Academy and offered to students at no cost. School Counselors will be available in room 144, next to the Counseling Center on December 13th during lunch blocks to help you setup your account. Don't forget to bring your Chromebook.


> Having trouble with your math homework?

Did you know help is available right here at Thomas High School that you can access after school?

The Math Lab will be open for the rest of the year after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 3:30. Please come with questions.


> The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 12/18 at Schroeder High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


> Attention Staff and Students:

Since its the giving season - We are giving a chance for someone to win $1,000 Amazon gift card!

THIS WEEK ONLY! It's the Yearbook Holiday Sweepstakes!

Buy your yearbook online at jostensyearbooks.com and you're automatically entered to win a $1,000 Amazon gift card and other prizes.

Hurry up and order before 11:59pm on December 14th. Order now before the price goes up later on.

Good Luck!


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> Attention all Unified YAC members - please check your school email for important information regarding the 2019 YAC Summit. The summit will be held January 25 and we will meet at each high school soon after the first of the year to begin our recruitment efforts and plans for the year.

Also, open gyms will begin the end of January too!

So please read your emails!!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


> Today's lunch is chicken tenders

December 12, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


The library is closed after school today.


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


Attention all students who took the fall PSAT!

December 12th, you will receive your PSAT results via your personal email. Official PSAT practice is available on Khan Academy and offered to students at no cost. School Counselors will be available in room 144, next to the Counseling Center on December 13th during lunch blocks to help you setup your account. Don't forget to bring your Chromebook.


Having trouble with your math homework?

Did you know help is available right here at Thomas High School that you can access after school?

The Math Lab will be open for the rest of the year after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 3:30. Please come with questions.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 12/18 at Schroeder High School School, Room 406; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


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There will be a FBLA meeting today at 2:35 in Room 255. Please being your candy bar money and or your candy bars.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is trash plate

December 11, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Attention all students who took the fall PSAT!

December 12th, you will receive your PSAT results via your personal email. Official PSAT practice is available on Khan Academy and offered to students at no cost. School Counselors will be available in room 144, next to the Counseling Center on December 13th during lunch blocks to help you setup your account. Don't forget to bring your Chromebook.


Having trouble with your math homework?

Did you know help is available right here at Thomas High School that you can access after school?

The Math Lab will be open for the rest of the year after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 3:30. Please come with questions.


Attention Junior and Senior Drivers:

Our next Safe Driving Seminar will be held TUESDAY DECEMBER 11TH

AT Webster Schroeder HS at 2:45 in Room S12. You do NOT need to have a license to take the seminar. Any questions, stop down to the Main Office.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Attention all Unified YAC members - please check your school email for important information regarding the 2019 YAC Summit. The summit will be held January 25 and we will meet at each high school soon after the first of the year to begin our recruitment efforts and plans for the year.

Also, open gyms will begin the end of January too!

So please read your emails!!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is tacos


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


I'm Megan here with a few announcements from Student Council. Next week is our holiday spirit week and we're encouraging everyone, staff and students alike, to dress up and show your holiday spirit.


Monday will be Merry Morning Monday and to celebrate the morning you can wear your favorite cozy Pajamas.


Tuesday will be Santa’s Workshop. We would love to see all your santa/elf or reindeer gear. Antlers, red noses, santa hats . . . get creative.


Wednesday will be Winter Wonderland and we dress in white for a white out..


Thursday we will Ring in the New Year together. Dress up in party attire and celebrate the end of 2018.


And lastly we will have Festive Friday so wear whatever celebrates the holiday for you: ugly sweaters, red, green, gold, blue….whatever makes you feel festive.


Student council would also like to announce the Students and staff of the Month December


In 9th grad,e Jenna DeRoller- Jenna has been a big support for a new student who recently arrived at Thomas. Jenna has help her in geometry to understand concepts and be a friend to her. Thank you Jenna for your help.


In 10th, Cole Weisensel- Cole is very active in the Webster Thomas community. Cole has a positive attitude and is very welcoming to new students. He engages everyone in the room in a discussion and is very supportive of his peers. He helps other students when needed and has a wonderful sense of humor.


In 11th grade, Nolan White- Nolan is an incredibly kind, hard-working, polite, intelligent young man who is mature beyond his years. He has many interests and passions and has a natural academic curiosity. Even in the areas at school where he is excelling, he continues to seek out teacher feedback and improvement. This is such a special quality! He is kind to his classmates and will work with any student. It is a privilege to have him as a student!


12th grade student of the month is Jacob Berg- Jacob currently has a 100 in Accounting. He consistently assists his classmates with questions and is always positive and kind. He is not only an exceptional student but a great person!


Our faculty of the month is Mr. Grose- Mr. Grose is a Thomas Titan to the core!! He is actively involved in the classroom, works with students throughout to make sure they understand what he is teaching. He is involved in coaching and attends many events to see students and be a part of the school community. Mr. Grose has enthusiasm that should be admired when he is teaching or coaching. He has a great ability to balance work responsibilities and all of his out of work commitments with a positive attitude that is contagious. Mr. Steve Grose is truly a stand-out individual who impresses everyone he meets and is a model of what is to be a Thomas Titan.

December 10, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


Attention all students who took the fall PSAT!

December 12th, you will receive your PSAT results via your personal email. Official PSAT practice is available on Khan Academy and offered to students at no cost. School Counselors will be available in room 144, next to the Counseling Center on December 13th during lunch blocks to help you setup your account. Don't forget to bring your Chromebook.


Having trouble with your math homework?

Did you know help is available right here at Thomas High School that you can access after school?

The Math Lab will be open for the rest of the year after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 3:30. Please come with questions.


Attention Junior and Senior Drivers:

Our next Safe Driving Seminar will be held TUESDAY DECEMBER 11TH

AT Webster Schroeder HS at 2:45 in Room S12. You do NOT need to have a license to take the seminar. Any questions, stop down to the Main Office.


The library is closed after school today.



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Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

December 7, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


Attention all students who took the fall PSAT!

December 12th, you will receive your PSAT results via your personal email. Official PSAT practice is available on Khan Academy and offered to students at no cost. School Counselors will be available in room 144, next to the Counseling Center on December 13th during lunch blocks to help you setup your account. Don't forget to bring your Chromebook.


Attention Junior and Senior Drivers:

Our next Safe Driving Seminar will be held TUESDAY DECEMBER 11TH

AT Webster Schroeder HS at 2:45 in Room S12. You do NOT need to have a license to take the seminar. Any questions, stop down to the Main Office.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Attention all Unified YAC members - please check your school email for important information regarding the 2019 YAC Summit. The summit will be held January 25 and we will meet at each high school soon after the first of the year to begin our recruitment efforts and plans for the year.

Also, open gyms will begin the end of January too!

So please read your emails!!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


The Thomas JV and Varsity Titan Wrestling teams area off to a strong start. The Varsity team took 3rd overall at the Pal-Mac duals last weekend beating Lancaster in the finals, but fell short on Wednesday against Spencerport. The JV team placed first at the Pittsford duals last Saturday going undefeated against Pittsford, Rush-Henrietta, Fairport and Hilton, and beat Spencerport on Wednesday by a very close margin with more pins. All Varsity and JV wrestlers are headed to Penfield High School on Saturday for the Hunter Holiday Tournament. Good luck Titans!




------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is shrimp poppers

December 6, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Attention all Unified YAC members - please check your school email for important information regarding the 2019 YAC Summit. The summit will be held January 25 and we will meet at each high school soon after the first of the year to begin our recruitment efforts and plans for the year.

Also, open gyms will begin the end of January too!

So please read your emails!!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is macho nacho

December 5, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Registration for Winter Driver's Education will take place December 4 for seniors and juniors and December 5 for sophomores from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms, dates and times of the lessons are available on the schools website under departments, community education and driver's ed. Lessons and lectures are held at both Thomas and Schroeder high schools.

Driving and lectures will begin the week of January 7 and end mid March.


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Cam, don't forget the doughnuts!



------- Sports --------------------------------------------


The December Monroe County Math League meet was hosted here at Thomas last night. Leading the way for the Titans was Scott Schleede scoring 14 points along with Jack Griebel and Michael Geraci scoring 12 points each. Great job all mathletes!!!



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

December 4, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The Tri-M Music Honor Society will meet this Wednesday, Dec. 5th at 7AM to discuss December events - remember we moved it from next week to this week.

See you there!


Attention Science Olympiad Students:

There will be a work session today after school in room 305. Please plan to attend.


On Saturday, December 1 twelve students from One Webster attended the inaugural High School Lockdown Cybersecurity Competition at University of Buffalo from 9:30 am - 3:30 pm. Teams of four students had to defend a network against hackers real-time, complete business tasks, maintain a budget and participate in a Capture the Flag event. The Webster team consisting of Kevin Bates (Schroeder), Jason Brown (Schroeder), Skyler Ferrante (Schroeder), and Michael Geraci (Thomas) took first place overall in the competition. The Thomas team consisting of Allison Broccolo, Chris Riek, Alexandra Valachovic and Alessandra Visca placed first in the Capture the Flag event. All participants learned an amazing amount about cyber security!



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is chicken parm sandwich

December 3, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Registration for Winter Driver's Education will take place December 4 for seniors and juniors and December 5 for sophomores from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms, dates and times of the lessons are available on the schools website under departments, community education and driver's ed. Lessons and lectures are held at both Thomas and Schroeder high schools.

Driving and lectures will begin the week of January 7 and end mid March.


Attention Sophomores: If you are interested in attending EMCC next year, you must attend the field trip in January. Pick up a passport in Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Juniors and Seniors that received a letter in the mail, please don't forget that the LOTE Honor Society Applications and points are due by Monday, December 3rd by midnight. The code to join the Google Classroom again is: lkx60t If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact Mrs. Jurs in room 224 or by email by Friday!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is fiestada


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Good morning, I’m Megan

and I’m Peyton.

We’re here from student council to tell you about our new holiday spirit week.

The last week of school before break we are encouraging everyone to join us in celebrating the holidays by dressing in theme.

Monday will be Merry Morning Monday and to celebrate the morning you can wear your favorite cozy Pajamas.

Tuesday will be Santa’s Workshop. We would love to see all your santa/elf or reindeer gear. Antlers, red noses, santa hats . . . get creative.

Wednesday will be Winter Wonderland and we dress in white for a white out..

Thursday we will Ring in the New Year together. Dress up in party attire and celebrate the end of 2018.

And lastly we will have Festive Friday so wear whatever celebrates the holiday for you: ugly sweaters, red, green, gold, blue….whatever makes you feel festive.

November 30, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


> Registration for Winter Driver's Education will take place December 4 for seniors and juniors and December 5 for sophomores from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms, dates and times of the lessons are available on the schools website under departments, community education and driver's ed. Lessons and lectures are held at both Thomas and Schroeder high schools.

Driving and lectures will begin the week of January 7 and end mid March.


Seniors interested in achieving the bi-literacy seal should join the Google classroom using the code shown here to stay up to date. See Mrs. Muth or Mr. Suffoletto if you have any questions.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Juniors and Seniors that received a letter in the mail, please don't forget that the LOTE Honor Society Applications and points are due by Monday, December 3rd by midnight. The code to join the Google Classroom again is: lkx60t If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact Mrs. Jurs in room 224 or by email by Friday!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is meatball sub

November 29, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Registration for Winter Driver's Education will take place December 4 for seniors and juniors and December 5 for sophomores from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms, dates and times of the lessons are available on the schools website under departments, community education and driver's ed. Lessons and lectures are held at both Thomas and Schroeder high schools.

Driving and lectures will begin the week of January 7 and end mid March.


Seniors interested in achieving the bi-literacy seal should join the Google classroom using the code shown here to stay up to date. See Mrs. Muth or Mr. Suffoletto if you have any questions.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Juniors and Seniors that received a letter in the mail, please don't forget that the LOTE Honor Society Applications and points are due by Monday, December 3rd by midnight. The code to join the Google Classroom again is: lkx60t If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact Mrs. Jurs in room 224 or by email by Friday!


EARTH Club will meet today right after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We are going to be working on the signs and flyers in hopes of finishing them this afternoon. Come with your creativity!



Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind

It’s chess club!

TODAY! , Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend, everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Bowlers, today's scheduled match, at Spencerport Bowl, has been postponed. There will be no bowling today.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


MIKAH: Hi my name is mikah and this is bryan and lauren and we are senior members of the National Honor Society. For our senior project, we are hosting a toy drive through toys for tots to help support the marine corps and children in need. For this toy drive were asking people to bring in NEW and unwrapped toys that will later be donated to children for the holidays.


BRYAN: We are also running a clothing drive to help sponsor families through Western New York Heroes. All clothes donated must be NEW and UNUSED!!!!


MIKAH: For both drives there will be bins in the main office and the blue and gold house offices and the drive will run from Nov 28-Dec. 14. All items do not have to be expensive but they do have to be new, so unfortunately this means nothing from Savers or Goodwill but you can always pitch in with a friend to buy a toy or some clothing. We’d really appreciate it if you could donate to help make a child's Christmas AWESOME!!!

November 28, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Seniors interested in achieving the bi-literacy seal should join the Google classroom using the code shown here to stay up to date. See Mrs. Muth or Mr. Suffoletto if you have any questions.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Parker and Jacob, don't forget the doughnuts!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is Rich's mozzerella sticks

November 27, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


> The library will close at 3:00 today.


Registration for Winter Driver's Education will take place December 4 for seniors and juniors and December 5 for sophomores from 2:30 - 6 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms, dates and times of the lessons are available on the schools website under departments, community education and driver's ed. Lessons and lectures are held at both Thomas and Schroeder high schools.

Driving and lectures will begin the week of January 7 and end mid March.


Seniors interested in achieving the bi-literacy seal should join the Google classroom using the code shown here to stay up to date. See Mrs. Muth or Mr. Suffoletto if you have any questions.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

November 26, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


There are no announcements today but please enojy this infromative video regarding the NYS Seal of Biliteracy thay many of you may qualify for upon graduation.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

November 20, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


The library will be closed after school today.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Remember you can submit a video for the Talent Showcase auditions over the break - the deadline is Monday, November 26th by midnight. Send it to Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org.


Attention Science Olympiad Students:

There is a work session today after school in room 305. Please plan to attend.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is turkey sandwich with cranberry mayo

November 19, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mr. DiTullio in room 333 this week!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th!


Attention Science Olympiad Students:

There is a work session tomorrow after school in room 305. Please plan to attend to work on your events.


Auditions for the Talent Showcase are today after school. You can get a shuttle bus from Thomas to Schroeder or you may submit a video to Laura_d’angelo@webstercsd.org. The deadline for video submission has been extended to Monday, November 26th by midnight


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"Congratulations go out to 4 members of the Webster Swim Team who competed in the NYS Championships this weekend. Senior Captain Allison Broccolo and sophmores Lauren Schreiner, Suzanne Sokolowski, and Dana Witte brought home a 16th place finish out of 88 teams & nearly 600 swimmers from across New York State. Along the way Sokolowski and Witte made finals in each of their events with Suzanne finishing 15th in the grueling 500 Freestyle and Dana 14th in the 200 Freestyle. In addition these talented ladies set two new Webster District Records. In taking 7th place overall in the 200 Freestyle Relay they broke an 18 year old Webster record previously held by Olympian Kara Lynn Joyce. Their surprising 8th place finish in the 400 Freestyle, breaking a 24 year old District record, completed an exceptional weekend. Congratulations to Allison, Lauren, Suzie, and Dana!"


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Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken

November 16, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mr. DiTullio in room 333 this week!


Tickets for The Admirable Cricton will be on sale today in the Cafeteria for $7. The show runs tonight and Saturday night at 7:30 in the Thomas Auditorium. Tickets will also be sold at the door.


If you purchased a ticket for the Thursday night performance of The Admirable Cricton but were unable to attend, your ticket can be used for admission to the Friday night or Saturday night performance.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Improv club will not meet today. Hope to see you Tuesday.


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th!


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Today's lunch is hamburger or cheeseburger on a pretzel bun

November 15th, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mr. DiTullio in room 333 this week!


Tickets for The Admirable Cricton will be on sale today in the Cafeteria for $7. The show runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 in the Thomas Auditorium. Tickets will also be sold at the door.


The library will be closed after school today.


The Titan Food Cart will he closed today but will be open from 10-12 tomorrow.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th! Thank you!


The Webster Marching Band is in the news once again! Channel 10, WHEC, has contests to determine the BEST of Rochester. Well......Our VERY own Webster Marching Band has been nominated, and is in the finals for the "Best Marching Band in Monroe County." OK, so the Marching Band needs your help. Instead of playing 2048 & getting in trouble in class for being on your phone, go to:

http://www.whec.com/rochesterrocs/

and vote for our own Webster Marching Band!

Get your votes in, today is the last day to vote!

Let's party if we win!


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind...It’s chess club!

Today after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend, everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


There will be a CARE club meeting TODAY after school in room 316 until 3:15. New members are ALWAYS welcome. Again, please join us today for a CARE club meeting after school in room 316.


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Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

November 14th, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mr. DiTullio in room 333 this week!


Tickets for The Admirable Cricton will be on sale today in the Cafeteria for $7. The show runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 in the Thomas Auditorium. Tickets will also be sold at the door.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th! Thank you!


Webster Thomas' Math League travelled to Schroeder for their monthly meet. Leading the way for the Titans was Connor Lazzaro and Anna Rannuste scoring 8 points each along with Scott Schleede and Molly Veerkamp scoring 7 points each. Great job all mathletes!!!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 6:55. Concert is Monday so attendance is mandatory! Nathaniel, don't forget the doughnuts!


The Webster Marching Band is in the news once again! Channel 10, WHEC, has contests to determine the BEST of Rochester. Well......Our VERY own Webster Marching Band has been nominated, and is in the finals for the "Best Marching Band in Monroe County." OK, so the Marching Band needs your help. Instead of playing 2048 & getting in trouble in class for being on your phone, go to:

http://www.whec.com/rochesterrocs/

and vote for our own Webster Marching Band!

Let's party if we win!


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Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers or pizza crunchers

November 13th, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mr. DiTullio in room 333 this week!


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, November 13th at Schroeder High School School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Tickets for The Admirable Cricton go on sale today in the Cafeteria for $7. The show runs Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 in the Thomas Auditorium. Tickets will also be sold at the door.



------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th! Thank you!


attention art club - we will not be meeting this week. keep working on your to-scale drawings and we will keep moving forward next tuesday! see mr. stahl if you have any questions.


Just a reminder that Best Buddies will meet afterschool today in room 147.


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Today's lunch is fiestada

November 9th, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Dovholuk in room 204 this week!


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, November 13th at Schroeder High School School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Webster Thomas High School proudly presents The Admirable Cricton Thursday, November 15, through Saturday, November 17 at 7:30 in the Thomas Auditorium. The Admirable Cricton, by J.M. Barrie (the author of Peter Pan), is a whimsical, sometimes tragic take on love and social class that has entertained audiences for more than a century. Tickets, which are $7, go on sale next week in the cafeteria and at the door. Hope to see you there!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th! Thank you!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Anyone interested in playing Mod A Boys Basketball this year, tryouts begin Monday November 12th in the Field House from 10:00-12:00.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Most of us only think of Veterans Day as a chance to enjoy an extra day off from school.

This Sunday, November 11th - be sure to spend a few minutes on its true purpose, by acknowledging the people who have served in our armed forces.

These brave men and women have sacrificed everything to make this world a safer place for the rest of us.

Happy Veterans Day!

November 8th ,2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Dovholuk in room 204 this week!


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, November 13th at Schroeder High School School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


There will be a brief Model UN meeting today after school in room 210 to discuss the Hilton conference this weekend. If you are planning to attend the conference but cannot make the meeting, you must see Miss Yang for information.


The library will be closed after school today.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


EARTH club will meet today after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting today.


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th! Thank you!


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind.

It’s chess club!

Today after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend, everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


If you are interested in playing card games like Texas Holdem, Euchre and other various card games come by room 211 today after school for a quick informational meeting.


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Today's lunch is lasagna

November 7, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Dovholuk in room 204 this week!


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, November 13th at Schroeder High School School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


There will be a brief Model UN meeting tomorrow, Thursday, November 8th, after school in room 210 to discuss the Hilton conference this weekend. If you are planning to attend the conference but cannot make the meeting, you must see Miss Yang for information.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


EARTH club will meet tomorrow, Thursday, November 8th after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting on the 8th."


Are you looking for service hours?

Do you want to make a difference in your community?

Stop down to the CARE room. The CARE room is open daily blocks 4 through 6 and is located next to the West Cafe.

Our current service project is making cards to thank Veterans in our community. Stop in and make a card! Bring a friend!


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th! Thank you!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is trash plate

November 6, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


There will be a meeting today in the South Cafe at 2:30 for any Juniors interested in learning about the World Language/LOTE Honor Society. This will also be a meeting for existing Senior members if they have any questions about their points or how to maintain their membership. If you can't attend and would like to know more, please contact Mrs. Jurs or stop down to see her in room 224. Thank you!


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Dovholuk in room 204 this week!


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, November 13th at Schroeder High School School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores - Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Mrs. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


EARTH club will be meeting on Thursday, November 8th after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting on the 8th."


Are you looking for service hours?

Do you want to make a difference in your community?

Stop down to the CARE room. The CARE room is open daily blocks 4 through 6 and is located next to the West Cafe.

Our current service project is making cards to thank Veterans in our community. Stop in and make a card! Bring a friend!


Do you like to fold paper into fun shapes? Come join international club this Thursday after school in room 222 for some origami fun! Hope to see you there!


The Webster Show Choir is inviting all students from Thomas and Schroeder to audition for their annual Talent Showcase concert on Friday, December 14th at 7pm in the Schroeder auditorium.

You do not need to be in a school ensemble to audition! If you are interested in showcasing your talent, please audition at the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, November 19th after school. Thomas students can take a shuttle bus to Schroeder. If you can't make the audition, send an audition tape to Laura D'Angelo by November 19th at laura_d'angelo@webstercsd.org

Hope to see your talent showcased on December 14th! Thank you!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is tacos

November 5, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


There will be a meeting tomorrow, November 6th in the South Cafe at 2:30 for any Juniors interested in learning about the World Language/LOTE Honor Society. This will also be a meeting for existing Senior members if they have any questions about their points or how to maintain their membership. If you can't attend and would like to know more, please contact Mrs. Jurs or stop down to see her in room 224. Thank you!


Get your student PTSA discount card now for only $5.

The card features BOGO's on Blizzards, Waffle Factory, Bruegger’s, Salvatore’s & more!

You will also have a chance to win a $25 AMC gift card & huge basket of candy!

See Mrs. Dovholuk in room 204 this week!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores - Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Mrs. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


EARTH club will be meeting on Thursday, November 8th after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting on the 8th."


Are you looking for service hours?

Do you want to make a difference in your community?

Stop down to the CARE room. The CARE room is open daily blocks 4 through 6 and is located next to the West Cafe.

Our current service project is making cards to thank Veterans in our community. Stop in and make a card! Bring a friend!


Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a meeting and work session tomorrow after school in room 305. If you are not able to attend, please check in with the coach for your first event to update on your progress. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk or Mrs. Visca.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is chicken tenders


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Good morning,

My name is Mr. Kaseman

I wanted to thank everyone who attended the American Sign Language informational meeting. There was a huge turnout. I wanted to announce that the American Sign Language club will be meeting every week on Monday and Wednesday after school from 230-330 in room 304. You are not required to attend both sessions. Please come to the session that best fits your schedule. If you have an interest in learning more, or have any questions please stop by any time.

I will see you then,

Have a great day.

November 2, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


There will be a meeting next Tuesday, November 6th in the South Cafe at 2:30 for any Juniors interested in learning about the World Language/LOTE Honor Society. This will also be a meeting for existing Senior members if they have any questions about their points or how to maintain their membership. If you can't attend and would like to know more, please contact Mrs. Jurs or stop down to see her in room 224. Thank you!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores - Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Mrs. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


"EARTH club will not meet this week. Our next meeting will be Thursday November 8th after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting on the 8th."


Are you looking for service hours?

Do you want to make a difference in your community?

Stop down to the CARE room. The CARE room is open daily blocks 4 through 6 and is located next to the West Cafe.

Our current service project is making cards to thank Veterans in our community. Stop in and make a card! Bring a friend!


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is bosco cheese sticks


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


My name is Megan and I am here on behalf of Student Council to announce the Students of the Month for the month of November.


Our 9th Grade student of the month is Kyle Calvin


Kyle is always so welcoming of all his peers. He greets everyone and is so considerate and respectful. He is supportive of everyone around him and is very goal oriented, an extremely hard-worker and always positive no matter the outcome. It only seems to drive him to work harder!


10th Grade - Skye Rich


Skye has been a conscientious member of her drawing class so far this year, and has shown tremendous growth since last year. She works very hard and takes on challenges and critique without complaint.


11th Grade- Anthony Vignare


Anthony is a leader in his class. He mentors others that may be struggling with reading or math and challenges himself to learn new things. When at his work experience, the teachers rely on him to work with newer students to learn how to use the kitchen equipment in the grill room. Anthony is also active with a local acting program and has taken on a leading role in the upcoming musical. Even with all of the many hours of practice after school, Anthony always comes to school with a positive attitude


12th Grade- Jarid Hendrikx


Jarid is a kind hearted student. His teachers have noticed all the seemingly small ways he shows kindness everyday, including holding the door for people, always having a big smile on his face, and even when he is not having the brightest day, he still seems to give his best effort in school and is kind to everyone.


Our Teacher of the month is Nicole Corriveau


Mrs.Corriveau always has a bright and positive attitude towards students, she always comes in ready for the day ahead of her, she has a caring personality and loves getting to know her students



Congratulations to all students and Mrs.Corriveau for being selected for this month. Be sure to come down to the main office at some point today to receive your certificate and gift.

November 1, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


There will be a meeting next Tuesday, November 6th in the South Cafe at 2:30 for any Juniors interested in learning about the World Language/LOTE Honor Society. This will also be a meeting for existing Senior members if they have any questions about their points or how to maintain their membership. If you can't attend and would like to know more, please contact Mrs. Jurs or stop down to see her in room 224. Thank you!


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores - Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Mrs. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


"EARTH club will not meet this week. Our next meeting will be Thursday November 8th after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting on the 8th."


Are you looking for service hours?

Do you want to make a difference in your community?

Stop down to the CARE room. The CARE room is open daily blocks 4 through 6 and is located next to the West Cafe.

Our current service project is making cards to thank Veterans in our community. Stop in and make a card! Bring a friend!


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind.

It’s chess club!

TODAY, Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend, everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Attention freshmen girls if you are interested in playing basketball there will be a informational meeting today at 3:15 at the west cafeteria


There will be a preseason meeting today at 3:45 in the South Cafeteria for anyone interested in indoor track.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is macho nacho

October 31, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


There will be a meeting next Tuesday, November 6th in the South Cafe at 2:30 for any Juniors interested in learning about the World Language/LOTE Honor Society. This will also be a meeting for existing Senior members if they have any questions about their points or how to maintain their membership. If you can't attend and would like to know more, please contact Mrs. Jurs or stop down to see her in room 224. Thank you!


Reminder that the Titan Food Cart is open Monday - Thursday from 10-12. Stop by outside the library for a late morning treat.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


"EARTH club will not meet this week. Our next meeting will be Thursday November 8th after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting on the 8th."


Are you looking for service hours?

Do you want to make a difference in your community?

Stop down to the CARE room. The CARE room is open daily blocks 4 through 6 and is located next to the West Cafe.

Our current service project is making cards to thank Veterans in our community. Stop in and make a card! Bring a friend!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning at 6:55. Lucas and Alex, don't forget the doughnuts!!!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


Attention freshmen girls if you are interested in playing basketball there will be a informational meeting November 1st that's this Thursday at 3:15 at the west cafeteria


There will be a preseason meeting for indoor track this Thursday at 3:45 in the South Cafeteria.



Webster boys volleyball saw its season come to a close with a three set defeat at McQuaid last night in the Section V quarterfinals. In each set, McQuaid jumped out to a sizable lead, only to see a resilient Webster fight back to even, led by setters Mike Dedee and Allister Spiegel with 13 and 11 assists respectively. Jack Willard led the attack with 12 kills, followed by Nate Cleary with 6 and Spiegel with 5 finishes. Peter Dennison provided a spark with two aces, and Michael Wyant tallied a dozen digs. Congratulations to Webster seniors Willard, Cleary, Dennison, Sam DeGrace, Nick Vogt, Evan Ziegelhofer, Kyle Wilbert and Caden Hann on an excellent four-year high school experience.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

October 30th, 2018

------- General --------------------------------------------


If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores - Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Mrs. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


Congratulations to the Webster Marching Band who completed their 2018 season with an performance at the New Your State Field Band Conference State Championships yesterday held at the Carrier Dome at Syracuse University. The band achieved their highest score of the season at 81.45, giving them an 8th place finish out of 10 bands in their class. Great job Marching Band!



"EARTH club will not meet this week. Our next meeting will be Thursday November 8th after school in Mrs. Drury's room 205. We will meet every other Thursday starting on the 8th."


Are you looking for service hours?

Do you want to make a difference in your community?

Stop down to the CARE room. The CARE room is open daily blocks 4 through 6 and is located next to the West Cafe.

Our current service project is making cards to thank Veterans in our community. Stop in and make a card! Bring a friend!


------- Sports --------------------------------------------


There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the boys Mod A/Freshmen basketball team today after school at 2:30pm in the cafeteria area


There will be a preseason meeting for indoor track this Thursday at 3:45 in the South Cafeteria.


Attention freshmen girls if you are interested in playing basketball there will be a informational meeting November 1st that's this Thursday at 3:15 at the west cafeteria


There will be a preseason meeting for indoor track this Thursday at 3:45 in the South Cafeteria.



------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is fiestada

Monday October 29, 2018

If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


------- Counseling Center --------------------------------------------


Attention Sophomores - Would you like to experience 3 days of fun, interactive leadership training?

Would you like to experience what life is like on a college campus?

Would you like to discover how your leadership can lead to social change?

If you answered yes to any of these questions please consider attending an informational meeting to learn more about the Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Training to be held this coming June at the University of Rochester.

To sign up for the informational meeting, see Mrs. Marcello in the Counseling Center.


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


There will be a FBLA meeting today at 2:40 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome.


There is an informational meeting for American Sign Language today, October 29th and Wednesday October 31th, from 230 to 3:00

in room 304. You are not required to attend both meetings. The

purpose of these meetings are to see who is interested in American

Sign Language and to meet Mr. Kaseman. Mr. Kaseman will provide

you with details about Sign Language, deaf culture, activities and

events.

ASL is an exciting visual language that will present a variety of

opportunities for you.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to Mr. Kaseman. He

can be found in room 304.


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There will be a mandatory alpine ski team meeting on Tuesday, October 30th, at 2:45 in the senior lounge across from the cafeteria. If you are unable to make the meeting please contact Coach Francis for more details.


Any boys interested in swimming this winter, there will be an informational meeting today at the Webster Aquatic Center at 3pm. Hope to see you there.


There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the boys Mod A/Freshmen basketball team on Tuesday October 30th after school at 2:30pm in the cafeteria area


There will be a preseason meeting for indoor track this Thursday at 3:45 in the South Cafeteria.


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> Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

October 26, 2018

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There will be a FBLA meeting on Monday, October 29 at 2:40 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome.



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Any boys interested in swimming this winter, there will be an informational meeting at the Webster Aquatic Center on October 29th at 3pm. Hope to see you there.



There will be a mandatory alpine ski team meeting on Tuesday, October 30th, at 2:45 in the senior lounge across from the cafeteria. If you are unable to make the meeting please contact Coach Francis for more details.


Webster boys volleyball advanced to the quarterfinals with a straight set win in Section V's first round last night, defeating Gates-Chili. Webster was led by an incredible attack performance by Jack Willard, registering 18 kills on only 20 sets. Willard also tallied three blocks. The offense was distributed by Allister Spiegel and Michael Dedee, each recording 19 assists. Defensively, Mike Wyant contributed 10 digs while also leading the serve receive. Webster hits the road Tuesday for a quarterfinal match-up at McQuaid, with first serve scheduled for 5:00pm.


There will be a brief meeting for anyone interested in trying out for the boys Mod A/Freshmen basketball team Tuesday October 30th after school at 2:30pm in the cafeteria area


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Today's lunch is meatball sub

October 25, 2018

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Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind.

It’s chess club!

TODAY, after school in

Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend , everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


There will be a FBLA meeting on Monday, October 29 at 2:40 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome.



Auditions for the spring musical are next week starting on Tuesday, October 30. Stop down in the chorus room for information and to sign up for an audition time.



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Any boys interested in swimming this winter, there will be an informational meeting at the Webster Aquatic Center on October 29th at 3pm. Hope to see you there.



Attention all wrestlers!!

There will be a important meeting today at 2:30pm for anyone interested in wrestling this year. We will meet in the wrestling room!! Please be on time. If you have not yet completed the family ID please do so.


For anyone interested trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams, there will be a meeting today at 2:45 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 15 minutes.



There will be a mandatory alpine ski team meeting on Tuesday, October 30th, at 2:45 in the senior lounge across from the cafeteria. If you are unable to make the meeting please contact Coach Francis for more details. Email @webstercsd.org


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Today's lunch is turkey sandwich with cranberry mayo


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Good morning,

My name is Mr. Kaseman

I am a student teacher for chemistry. I myself am deaf.

I wanted to invite you to an informal meeting for students interested in learning American Sign Language.

ASL is an exciting visual language that will present a variety of opportunities for you.

It will take place on October 29th and 30th

From 2:30pm - 3pm

In room 304.

If you have any questions feel free to reach out to me at any time.

Have a great day.

October 24, 2018

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If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


The library is closed after school today.


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Any boys interested in swimming this winter, there will be an informational meeting at the Webster Aquatic Center on October 29th at 3pm. Hope to see you there.



Attention all wrestlers!!

There will be a important meeting tomorrow, October 25th at 2:30pm for anyone interested in wrestling this year. We will meet in the wrestling room!! Please be on time. If you have not yet completed the family ID please do so.


For anyone interested trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams, there will be a meeting tomorrow, Thursday, October 25th at 2:45 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 15 minutes.


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Today's lunch is Rich's mozzerella sticks

October 23, 2018

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Attention Science Olympiad Students:

There is a meeting today after school in room 305.


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Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting today in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend.


For anyone interested trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams, there will be a meeting on Thursday, October 25th at 2:45 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 15 minutes.



Any boys interested in swimming this winter, there will be an informational meeting at the Webster Aquatic Center on October 29th at 3pm. Hope to see you there.



Wrestlers!!

This Thursday at 2:30pm there will be a important meeting for all interested in wrestling this year. We will meet in the wrestling room!! Please be on time. If you have not yet completed the family ID please do so.


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Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

October 22, 2018

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The 5-hour class will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, October 23rd at Webster Thomas High School in Room 103; the class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM.

Cost is $52.00. Register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


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Best Buddies will be meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, Oct 23 at 2:30 in room 147. We will be announcing our Buddy Matches and discussing the Boo Ball. If you are unable to attend please see Amy Cawley or Mrs. Green.



Attention Science Olympiad Students:

There is a meeting tomorrow after school in room 305.


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Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informative meeting TODAY at 3:00 in the South Cafeteria.


Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, October 23rd in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend.


For anyone interested trying out for the boys JV or varsity basketball teams, there will be a meeting on Thursday, October 25th at 2:45 in room 214 with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett. The meeting will be no more than 15 minutes.



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Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

October 19th

------- General --------------------------------------------


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, October 23rd at Webster Thomas High School in Room 103; the class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM.

Cost is $52.00. Register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


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Best Buddies will be meeting onTuesday, Oct 23 at 2:30 in room 147. We will be announcing our Buddy Matches and discussing the Boo Ball. If you are unable to attend please see Amy Cawley or Mrs. Green.



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Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informative meeting on Monday 10/22 at 3:00 in the South Cafeteria.


Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting on Tuesday, October 23rd in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend.


Webster boys volleyball defended their turf with a three game sweep of Rush-Henrietta in the Schroeder gym last night. Sophomore Michael Wyant again led the defensive charge with 15 digs on the evening, while the offense was commanded by Michael Dedee and Allister Spiegel's 11 and 7 assists respectively. The attack leaders included Jack Willard with 7 kills, with Spiegel and Nate Cleary registering 5 kills each. Dedee and Willard also contributed three aces apiece. Webster prepares for sectionals with one more non-league match, hosting West Irondequoit at Schroeder for senior night on Monday.


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Today's lunch is shrimp poppers

October 18th

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Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, October 23rd at Webster Thomas High School in Room 103; the class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM.

Cost is $52.00. Register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net.

Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


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Attention CARE club members: Our next meeting is TODAY in room 316 from 2:30-3:15. New members are ALWAYS welcome. Again, that's CARE club meeting this Thursday, October 18th after school in 316. We will be wrapping up our kindness rock project and planning our next project. See you then!


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind

It’s chess club!

TODAY after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend – everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


There will be a meeting next Tuesday, October 23rd, after school in room 305. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk, or Mrs. Visca.



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Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting on Tuesday, October 23rd in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend.


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Today's lunch is chicken tenders


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Were you jamming out during pep rally? Anyone interested in joining dance team, please join us for an informational meeting this Thursday, October 18th in Mrs. Hewitt’s room, Room 140.

October 17th

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Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 10/23 at RL Thomas High School, Room 103; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


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Are you interested in volunteering and having FUN? Then come hear about the TIES Program - Together Including Every Student. Where student volunteers support peers with developmental disabilities in attending extra curricular or community activities of mutual interests. Maybe a football game, after school club, a dance, Girl or Boy Scouts or an activity being held at the rec center or Y. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for interested students this Wednesday in room 103 from 2:30-3:20 (you may take the late bus home). This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote friendships.


Attention CARE club members: Our next meeting is this Thursday, October 18th in room 316 from 2:30-3:15. New members are ALWAYS welcome. Again, that's CARE club meeting this Thursday, October 18th after school in 316. We will be wrapping up our kindness rock project and planning our next project. See you then!


Hola mis amigos! Attention international club! We will be holding our Mexican fiesta today after school in room 222! All are welcome!



Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will meet tomorrow morning at 6:55. Cole, don't forget the doughnuts!



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Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informative meeting on Monday 10/22 at 3:00 in the South Cafeteria.


The girls cross country team finished the regular season with an 11 and 2 record after sweeping Gates-Chili, Greece Odyssey, Greece Olympia, and Spencerport yesterday at Basil Marella Park in Greece. Sophomore Katherine Peterson won the race, as the Titans took the top eight places.


The boys cross country team ended its regular season with a 10 and 3 mark after also shutting out the competition yesterday. Senior Mitchell Carpenter won the race, as the Titans locked down the top eight finish positions in the race.


Attention all GIRLS interested in playing Freshman, JV or Varsity Basketball. There will be a brief informational meeting on Tuesday, October 23rd in the West Cafeteria. Please see Coach Charno if you are unable to attend.


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Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers


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Were you jamming out during pep rally? Anyone interested in joining dance team, please join us for an informational meeting this Thursday, October 18th in Mrs. Hewitt’s room, Room 140.

October 16th

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 10/23 at RL Thomas High School, Room 103; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


We would like to announce the arrival of the Titan Food Cart.

The food cart wil be open from 10-12, Mon - Thurs, outside of the library.

Food & Drinks available include bagel & cream cheese, banana bread, cookies, chips, coffee, water.



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Students interesting in joining the Ski and Snowboard Club. Information sheets can be found outside the lunchrooms or in Mr. Crombach's room 430. Please pick one up if you are interested in skiing or snowboarding with us this year.


attention art club - we will meet today in mr. stahl's room from 2:30-3:10 - see you there!


Are you interested in volunteering and having FUN? Then come hear about the TIES Program - Together Including Every Student. Where student volunteers support peers with developmental disabilities in attending extra curricular or community activities of mutual interests. Maybe a football game, after school club, a dance, Girl or Boy Scouts or an activity being held at the rec center or Y. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for interested students this Wednesday in room 103 from 2:30-3:20 (you may take the late bus home). This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote friendships.


Attention CARE club members: Our next meeting is this Thursday, October 18th in room 316 from 2:30-3:15. New members are ALWAYS welcome. Again, that's CARE club meeting this Thursday, October 18th after school in 316. We will be wrapping up our kindness rock project and planning our next project. See you then!


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The Webster boys volleyball team attempted to overcome a depleted line-up against New York State ranked #1 Fairport last night, but fell in three straight games. Senior Peter Dennison was moved into a setting role and registered a team-high 11 assists, with sophomore Michael Dedee contributing an additional ten. Nick Vogt finished six of those assists with kills from the outside, while Sam DeGrace and Jack Willard put down seven attacks apiece.


The boys participate in a co-ed double header Thursday, with Rush-Henrietta varsity teams coming to Webster to play a boys match at 4:30, followed by the girls at 6:15. Both matches will be hosted at Schroeder.


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Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Were you jamming out during pep rally? Anyone interested in joining dance team, please join us for an informational meeting this Thursday, October 18th in Mrs. Hewitt’s room, Room 140.

October 15th

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Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


attention artfam!

are you considering a creative career?

studying art in college?

if so - you should come hear from one of the art schools that recruit at thomas!

Alfred University School of Art will be here today 4th block and Maryland Institute College of Art will be here 5th.

Both visits will take place in Mr. Stahl's room and you need to sign up through Naviance.



We would like to announce the arrival of the Titan Food Cart.

Beginning today, the food cart wil be open from 10-12, Mon - Thurs, outside of the library.

Food & Drinks available include bagel & cream cheese, banana bread, cookies, chips, coffee, water.

The cart will be cash only and will be staffed by the Thomas interns.


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Attention all Gamers:

Video Game Club's first meeting of the year is today in room 432 in the Tech Wing. If you like to play on-line video games or if you'd like to bring in your own video game systems feel free to do so and join us this Monday and every Monday there after. If you have any questions see Mr. Mykins or Mr. Callard in the Counseling Center.


Students interesting in joining the Ski and Snowboard Club. Information sheets can be found outside the lunchrooms or in Mr. Crombach's room 430. Please pick one up if you are interested in skiing or snowboarding with us this year.


attention art club - we will meet tomorrow in mr. stahl's room from 2:30-3:10. bring your ideas for murals!


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Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informative meeting on Monday 10/22 at 3:00 in the South Cafeteria.


------- Lunch --------------------------------------------


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty


------- Special Announcements --------------------------------------------


Were you jamming out during pep rally? Anyone interested in joining dance team, please join us for an informational meeting this Thursday, October 18th in Mrs. Hewitt’s room, Room 140.

October 12th

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Attn Juniors: The Counseling Center is taking juniors on a college campus field trip. This will give you an opportunity to hear about college from the admissions representatives and tour a college campus. Space is limited at each college so pick up your passport today in the Counseling Center.


Attention artfam!

are you considering a creative career?

studying art in college?

if so - you should come hear from one of the art schools that recruit at Thomas.

On Monday Alfred University School of Art will be here 4th block and Maryland Institute College of Art will be here 5th.

Both visits will take place in Mr. Stahl's room and you need to sign up through Naviance.


The library is closed after school today.


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Attention Model UNers: Please check Classroom for important information. The code is vre9xa. The permission slip deadline for Hilton has been extended to Monday 10/15. We will also have a meeting after school in room 210 on this day. See Miss Yang for more details.


Attention all Video Gamers:

Video Game Club's first meeting of the year is this Monday in room 432 in the Tech Wing. If you like to play on-line video games or if you'd like to bring in your own video game systems feel free to do so and join us this Monday and every Monday there after. If you have any questions see Mr. Mykins or Mr. Callard in the Counseling Center.


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Webster Boys Volleyball defeated Gates-Chili in four sets last night to improve their record to 8 - 6 on the season. Contributions to the win emerged across the board with six different attacks tallying over five kills, including Nick Vogt, Evan Ziegelhofer, Caden Hann, Sam DeGrace, Jack Willard, and Nate Cleary. Hann delivered six blocks while assists were split between Allister Spiegel and Michael Dedee with 16 and 10 respectively. Webster travels to New York State ranked #1 Fairport on Monday before returning home to face Rush Henrietta Thursday.



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Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter

October 11th

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Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


Attn Juniors: The Counseling Center is taking juniors on a college campus field trip. This will give you an opportunity to hear about college from the admissions representatives and tour a college campus. Space is limited at each college so pick up your passport today in the Counseling Center.


Star Wars club will hold their first meeting on Tuesday, October 16th in room 316.


Attention artfam! are you considering a creative career? studying art in college? if so - you should come hear from one of the art schools that recruit at thomas! the Cleveland Institute of Art will be here TODAY during 6th block. Next Monday, Alfred University School of Art will be here 4th block and Maryland Institute College of Art will be here 5th. All visits will take place in Mr. Stahl's room and you need to sign up through Naviance.


For any student that has not done so already, stop by your house office during a free block or in between classes to pick up their student ID.



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Hey ARTFAM! Do you love to draw? Are you a confident painter? Do you want to make Thomas (or the Webster community) brighter and more inviting by painting a mural? Come check out Art Club on Thursday after school in Mr. Stahl's room - 334.


"EARTH Club will be meeting today after school in room 205. Come discuss how we can all make a change to have a positive impact on our planet. Anyone can join. See you Thursday!"



Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind!

It’s chess club!

When: TODAY! , Thursday, after school in Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend, everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


Attention Model UNers: Please check Classroom for important information. The code is vre9xa. The permission slip deadline for Hilton has been extended to Monday 10/15. We will also have a meeting after school in room 210 on this day. See Miss Yang for more details.


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Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informative meeting on Monday 10/22 at 3:00 in the South Cafeteria.


Webster boys volleyball traveled down to Clifton Springs and defeated the Midlakes Screaming Eagles in three straight games last night. The balanced attack was directed by Allister Spiegel and Michael Dedee’s 19 and 14 respective assists. Spiegel filled up the stat sheet with 11 kills and 5 blocks, while Caden Hann contributed 6 kills, 5 blocks and Sam DeGrace put away 11 kills. The defense continued to be led by Michael Wyant and his 15 digs. Webster hosts Gates-Chili tonight in a 6:00pm showdown at the Schroeder gymnasium.


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Today's lunch is pizza calzone

October 10th

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Attn Juniors: The Counseling Center is taking juniors on a college campus field trip. This will give you an opportunity to hear about college from the admissions representatives and tour a college campus. Space is limited at each college so pick up your passport today in the Counseling Center.


Star Wars club will hold their first meeting on Tuesday, October 16th in room 316.


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There will be a FBLA meeting TODAY for anyone interested in joining at 2:45 in Room 255.


Hey ARTFAM! Do you love to draw? Are you a confident painter? Do you want to make Thomas (or the Webster community) brighter and more inviting by painting a mural? Come check out Art Club on Thursday after school in Mr. Stahl's room - 334.


"EARTH Club will be meeting this Thursday October 11th after school in room 205. Come discuss how we can all make a change to have a positive impact on our planet. Anyone can join. See you Thursday!"



Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will rehearse tomorrow morning. Scott, don't forget the doughnuts!


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The Webster Girls Tennis Team won the Class AA Sectional Final yesterday by a score of 4 to 3.

Cat Gamble, Steph Romero, Alexa Monrad, and Tori Sanberg each won their matches to give the team the necessary 4 points to secure the victory.

If you see any of the Girls Varsity team today make sure to congratulate them on a great season and their sectional title.

Additional team members include:

Abby Quinlan

Julia Kokkoris

Gia Stathopoulos

Reighley McFarland

Kitana Uetz


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Today's lunch is trash plate

October 9th

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Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !



Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


Attn Juniors: The Counseling Center is taking juniors on a college campus field trip. This will give you an opportunity to hear about college from the admissions representatives and tour a college campus. Space is limited at each college so pick up your passport today in the Counseling Center.


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There will be a FBLA meeting for anyone interested in joining on Wednesday, October 10 at 2:45 in Room 255.


Hey ARTFAM! Do you love to draw? Are you a confident painter? Do you want to make Thomas (or the Webster community) brighter and more inviting by painting a mural? Come check out Art Club on Thursday after school in Mr. Stahl's room - 334.


The Titan Masterminds Team has set its season and is always looking for extra players.

Masterminds is a knowledge and trivia team that competes about once a month with other area schools. All types of expertise are needed and just some old fashioned general awareness of whats going on in the world of sports, culture, science,and entertainment.

If you'd like to check out Masterminds come by room 216 today after school and see what its about.

Masterminds - its the varsity sport for your brain.


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Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informative meeting on Monday 10/22 at 3:00 in the South Cafeteria.


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Today's lunch is tacos

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October 4th

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Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. Webster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVapeFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn Juniors - The last day to register for the PSAT Exam is Tuesday, October 9th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center.


The Thomas Titans football team is having a fundraiser at Yolickity’s from Tuesday, October 2nd to Monday, October 8th which is Columbus Day from noon to 9pm. The code word is Titan. 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan Football Team. Remember to say Titan as you check out at Yolickity’s!


Attn Juniors: The Counseling Center is taking juniors on a college campus field trip. This will give you an opportunity to hear about college from the admissions representatives and tour a college campus. Space is limited at each college so pick up your passport today in the Counseling Center.


If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


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Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by Friday October 5th. Work left beyond the 5th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!



Hey!

Are you a junior or senior?

Does your spotify playlist or cd collection feature Twentyone Pilots? Weezer? Ed Sheeran? The Cure? SamSsmith? Death Cab for Cutie? Mac DeMarco? Coldplay? Foo fighters?

Are you interested in broadcasting your voice to the world on the radio and web?

Are you thinking about career in communications?

if so - you should come hear all about webster varsity radio club on thursday at 2:45 in mr. stahl’s room -334.


The Webster Marching Band will be hosting their 33rd Annual Autumn Fanfare Saturday night at 6:30pm at the Stadium at Schroeder High School. Seven marching bands from around the state will be competing. Tickets will be available at the stadium box office. Oh yea, bring your appetite too, there will be plenty of food truck. Check it out!


Webster Thomas' Math League started their mathematical season last night scoring 80 points. Leading the way for the Titans was Connor Lazzaro and Andrew Finn scoring 13 and 12 points respectively. Great job all mathletes!!!


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Today's lunch is Macho Nacho


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Hi I’m Megan from Student Council with your spirit week announcements

Current Standings for Spirit Week:

The freshman continue to hold 1st place with a total of 195 points, the sophomores are not far behind with 180 points. The juniors are in 3rd with 145 and in 4th place, the seniors with 80 points.

But today is our biggest point day. Today your class murals will be judged, the faculty has been voting all week on their favorite class shirt, Can Jam will be about how much you put in your own bin today, and the totals of homecoming dance tickets will be counted. And then every event at the pep rally, from the dances to your cheering and sportsmanship to the tug of war are all worth points. The Spirit Stick is still up for grabs and it’s anyone’s game.

Now over to Mr. Widor for some announcements about the pep rally.

October 3rd

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Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


The Thomas Titans football team is having a fundraiser at Yolickity’s from Tuesday, October 2nd to Monday, October 8th which is Columbus Day from noon to 9pm. The code word is Titan. 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan Football Team. Remember to say Titan as you check out at Yolickity’s!


Sophomores who have 6A lunch and still need a class t-shirt, we will not be selling during that time Tuesday or Wednesday, so you can go to Mrs. Marchner's room 407 at the BEGINNING or END of the block to grab yours. Please do this in the first five minutes or the last five minutes of the block. Thank you!


Attn Juniors: The Counseling Center is taking juniors on a college campus field trip. This will give you an opportunity to hear about college from the admissions representatives and tour a college campus. Space is limited at each college so pick up your passport today in the Counseling Center.


If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


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Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by Friday October 5th. Work left beyond the 5th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!


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Anyone wishing to try out for the Thomas Varsity Bowling team is invited to attend a preseason meeting at 7:00 pm in the south cafeteria on Monday October 8th.Tryouts and other team information will be discussed.


The boys cross country team picked up wins against Pittsford Mendon and Greece Athena while losing a hard-fought contest to Churchville-Chili yesterday. Senior Mitchell Carpenter placed second overall, while sophomore Austin Schoen was sixth.

The girls cross country team outpaced Churchville-Chili and Greece Athena, but was unable to get past Pittsford Mendon. Sophomores Katherine Peterson and Molly O'Brien placed third and fifth respectively for the Titans.


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Today's lunch is Bosco cheese sticks.


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Hi I’m Megan from Student Council with your spirit week announcements

Here are the current standings for spirit week so far:

In 4th place is the senior class with 40 points

3rd place is the sophomore class with 110 points

Just ahead of them in 2nd place is the junior class with 115 points.

And holding on to 1st place with 135 points is the Freshman Class.

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance will be on sale each day this week during lunches. The Dance is this Thursday from 7-9pm. Come enjoy an evening of Dancing. Light refreshments will be served and there will be an movie shown in the courtyard for anyone that would be interested.

Remember to vote for the most spirited titans of your class at your class table during lunches.

Tomorrow will be Class Color day and our pep rally, so make sure to wear your class color!

Freshmen color is Yellow, Sophomore's color is Purple, Junior's color is Blue,and Senior's color is Black.

The theme for CanJam tomorrow is Cans. Each can will be worth 5 points. All regular pantry items are still accepted, however, Cans are what will earn extra points tomorrow. Also, all full size toiletry items are extra points. Tomorrow for CanJam it’s remix day so DIFFERENT than all week you will put your cans in your OWN class bin.The class with the most points tomorrow will win.

Looking forward to another great day of Spirit Week!

October 2nd

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Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !



Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. Webster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVapeFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Representatives from the Webster Public Library will be in the Thomas Library tomorrow from 10:00 - 1:00. If you don't have a public library card, you can get one. They'll have books you can sign out and a prize wheel to spin. Stop by!


The Thomas Titans football team is having a fundraiser at Yolickity’s from Tuesday, October 2nd to Monday, October 8th which is Columbus Day from noon to 9pm. The code word is Titan. 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan Football Team. Remember to say Titan as you check out at Yolickity’s!


Sophomores who have 6A lunch and still need a class t-shirt, we will not be selling during that time Tuesday or Wednesday, so you can go to Mrs. Marchner's room 407 at the BEGINNING or END of the block to grab yours. Please do this in the first five minutes or the last five minutes of the block. Thank you!


Attn Juniors: The Counseling Center is taking juniors on a college campus field trip. This will give you an opportunity to hear about college from the admissions representatives and tour a college campus. Space is limited at each college so pick up your passport today in the Counseling Center.


If you intend to play a sport this winter:

A physical dated on or after November 1, 2017 must be on file in the Nurse's Office. Sign up online at FamilyID.com starting Friday, October 5, 2018.


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Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by Friday October 5th. Work left beyond the 5th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!



Hey!

Are you a junior or senior?

Does your spotify playlist or cd collection feature Twentyone Pilots? Weezer? Ed Sheeran? The Cure? SamSsmith? Death Cab for Cutie? Mac DeMarco? Coldplay? Foo fighters?

Are you interested in broadcasting your voice to the world on the radio and web?

Are you thinking about career in communications?

if so - you should come hear all about webster varsity radio club on thursday at 2:45 in mr. stahl’s room -334.


For those who think they know something about anything we have a team for you.

Masterminds is a trivia and knowledge team that competes about once a month with area schools. Teams of 4 players answer questions on all topics under the sun, and sometimes even about the sun. If you're interested feel free to join us in room 216 after school on Tuesdays for some treats and trivia to see if Masterminds is for you.

Masterminds - The varsity sport for your brain!


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The Webster boys volleyball team came oh-so-close to upsetting the New York State defending champion Penfield Patriots last night, eventually losing the two-hour match in five sets. Webster's balanced attack was led by Nate Cleary with 9 kills, while Sam DeGrace, Jack Willard, and Allister Spiegel tallied 10, 9, and 8 respectively. Front row defense improved with Willard recording 5 blocks and Kyle Wilbert finishing with 4. Michael Wyant owned the back half of the court, flawlessly leading the serve receive and ending with 12 digs. Webster hosts Victor Wednesday night at Schroeder in what should be a very hotly contested match.


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Today's lunch is Tour of Italy.


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Hi I’m Peyton

Happy disney Day! With one day of Spirit Week complete here are the standings for each class:

4th place the seniors with 20 points

3rd place is the sophomore class with 50 points

2nd place juniors with 55 points

Which puts the Freshman in 1st place with 75 points so far.

Tickets for the Homecoming Dance will be on sale each day this week during lunches. The Dance is this Thursday from 7-9pm. Come enjoy an evening of Dancing. Light refreshments will be served and there will be an movie shown in the courtyard for anyone that would be interested.

Remember to vote for the most spirited titans of your class at your class table during lunches. Tomorrow's is Theme day. Each class has their own theme for dressing up.

For Seniors that is Hawaiian/beach, Juniors are army/camo, Sophomores are 80’s and Freshman is Sports theme. Seniors or anyone else arriving late, you can still be counted in the tally for the day if you check into your house office.

The theme for CanJam tomorrow is Giving Thanks. Thanksgiving food items will be 4 times a regular item. And remember to put all your items into ANOTHER class bin.

Looking forward to another great day!

October 1st

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Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !



Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


Representatives from the Webster Public Library will be in the Thomas Library tomorrow from 10:00 - 1:00. If you don't have a public library card, you can get one. They'll have books you can sign out and a prize wheel to spin. Stop by!


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Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by Friday October 5th. Work left beyond the 5th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!



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Today's lunch is fiestada.


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Hi I’m Meagan with some Spirit Week announcements from Student Council.

The Homecoming Dance is this thursday from 7-9pm in the gym. Tickets for the Dance will go on sale during lunches today and are $5. Spirit Points will be awarded to the class that has the highest percentage of their class purchase tickets for the dance. Tickets will be available each day this week.

Great to see all the Red, White and Blue out there today. A reminder that Tomorrow will be Disney Day.

The theme for CanJam tomorrow is Taco Tuesday. All regular canned good and pantry items are still accepted, but anything that would traditionally go with a Taco meal will earn you big points tomorrow. And remember - put all your items into ANOTHER class bin. The winner is the class with the least amount of food.

During your lunches this week you can also vote for the most spirited Titan of your grade. The winners of each class will get to pie a staff member of their choosing at the Pep Rally on Thursday.

September 28th

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Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook by today to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.

Click on the link on the Webster Thomas homepage to order today!!


Attention all students, Webster CSD would like feedback on your digital life!

The Digital Life Survey, is a survey that is part of Common Sense’s Connecting Families national program. Please look for the assignment in your google classroom to complete this survey. Today is the last day the survey will be available.


Attention Juniors:

This week, Class Dues Payments can be dropped to Mrs. Nugent in the Main Office.

Class Dues Payments can also be turned in at the T-shirt table Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Spirit Week.

Sign-up sheets for Pep Rally events are outside of Mrs. Sidoti's room, room 339. Today is the last day to sign up for events.

During Spirit Week, Juniors with block 1 Honors Study Hall need to report to their house offices to be counted.

Please remember to sign up for Remind messages and join our Google Classroom. Sign-up information can be found outside of room 339.


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Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by Friday October 5th. Work left beyond the 5th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!



Bored after school?

If you want food and to play some board games, come to Mrs. Geary's room, 212 this Friday, September 28th, after school.

It will end around 3:00.


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Last night, the Webster Varsity Swim Team beat Fairport 98-88. Contributing to the win included Allison Broccolo in the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly, Suzanne Sokolowski in the 200 Individual Medley and 500 freestyle, Dana Witte in the 50 freestyle and 100 freestyle, Lauren Schreiner in the 200 freestyle and 500 freestyle, Becca Barnes in the 200 freestyle and 100 backstroke, and Zoe Masters in the 100 freestyle and 100 breaststroke. Great job swimmers!



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Today's lunch is meatball sub


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Hello, I’m Megan. As you all know, Homecoming week starts on Monday. So as a reminder it will be ‘Murica Monday for all grades on Monday. On Tuesday is Disney theme. On Wednesday, wear your class’s theme. For Seniors that is Hawaiian/beach, Juniors are army/camo, Sophomores are 80’s and Freshman is Sports theme. Thursday is Class Color and pep rally day, so make sure you are dressed in your class color.

Also, during Homecoming week we will be having CanJam. Many of you already know what CanJam is, but if you don’t, for CanJam you will bring in food and other products that will be donated for local needs. There will be a theme each day and those items will earn bonus points. The catch is that you will put them in ANOTHER class bin. At the end of the day, the class with the least amount of food in their bin will be the winner for that day and points will be awarded. The themes for each day are: Monday is Italian food day, Tuesday will be Taco tuesday for anything that would traditionally go with a meal of tacos, Wednesday will be about giving thanks (think Thanksgiving items), and finally Thursday will be Canned foods day worth triple points. Any full size toiletry items will be accepted each day and worth the bonus item of the day.

We are looking forward to a great homecoming week and want to remind you all to be show good sportsmanship and bring all the Titan spirit you have.

Remember that Monday is ‘Murica Monday and bring in Italian foods for CanJam

September 27th

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"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. Webster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVapeFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attention Juniors:

This week, Class Dues Payments can be dropped to Mrs. Nugent in the Main Office.

Class Dues Payments can also be turned in at the T-shirt table Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Spirit Week.

Sign-up sheets for Pep Rally events are outside of Mrs. Sidoti's room, room 339. Please sign up by Friday, 9/28.

During Spirit Week, Juniors with block 1 Honors Study Hall need to report to their house offices to be counted.

Please remember to sign up for Remind messages and join our Google Classroom. Sign-up information can be found outside of room 339.


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Hey do you live on Earth? Do you breathe in air, eat food, and drink water? Well then Earth, Webster Thomas’s brand new environmental club, may just be the club for you. We are looking for students wishing to make a difference for their world. Our first meeting is today after school in Mrs. Drury’s room, room 205. Please contact Celia Darling or Mrs. Drury with any questions.


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America meeting today at 2:45 in Room 255, everyone is welcome!

FBLA assists with the development of leadership skills, prepares students for entry into business-related occupations, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state, and national levels in business and technology curriculum.


Hey Seniors...

Do you like Alternative or Indie music?

Are you thinking about a career in communications?

Would you like to hear your voice and favorite music being broadcast out over airwaves and internet on 90.5fm WBER?

If the answer to ANY of these questions is a resounding YES!, then you should consider checking out the WEBSTER VARSITY RADIO CLUB.

Our informational meeting is today in Mr. Stahl's room, 334 in the back (North) hall at Thomas.

This is a club for both Thomas and Schroeder students - so spread the word!!!


Attention Art Fam! Please stop down to the art rooms to pick up any remaining artwork left from last year by Friday October 5th. Work left beyond the 5th will not be saved to make room for new art. Thanks!



Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind

It’s chess club!

TODAY after school in

Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend, everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


Bored after school?

If you want food and to play some board games, come to Mrs. Geary's room, 212 this Friday, September 29th, after school.

It will end around 3:00.


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Webster boys volleyball dismantled Rush-Henrietta last night at the home of the Comets, winning in four sets. Jack Willard led the offense with 16 kills, with Sam DeGrace putting away 7 attacks from the outside. Defensively, Caden Hann led the boys with five blocks while Allister Spiegel, Evan Ziegelhofer, and Nate Cleary contributed three blocks apiece. Mike Wyant patrolled the back row with a team-high 13 digs. Webster returns to action at Penfield Monday, before a big home match against Victor in the Schroeder gym Wednesday night.



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Today's lunch is chicken cordon bleu sandwich

September 26th

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"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook BY September 28th to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.

Click on the link on the Webster Thomas homepage to order today!!


Attention all students, Webster CSD would like feedback on your digital life!

The Digital Life Survey, is a survey that is part of Common Sense’s Connecting Families national program. Please look for the assignment in your classes google classroom to complete this survey. The survey will remain open until Friday, September 28th.


Attention Juniors:

This week, Class Dues Payments can be dropped to Mrs. Nugent in the Main Office.

Class Dues Payments can also be turned in at the T-shirt table Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of Spirit Week.

Sign-up sheets for Pep Rally events are outside of Mrs. Sidoti's room, room 339. Please sign up by Friday, 9/28.

During Spirit Week, Juniors with block 1 Honors Study Hall need to report to their house offices to be counted.

Please remember to sign up for Remind messages and join our Google Classroom. Sign-up information can be found outside of room 339.


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Hey do you live on Earth? Do you breathe in air, eat food, and drink water? Well then Earth, Webster Thomas’s brand new environmental club, may just be the club for you. We are looking for students wishing to make a difference for their world. Our first meeting is after school Thursday September 27th in Mrs. Drury’s room, room 205. Please contact Celia Darling or Mrs. Drury with any questions.


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America meeting on Thursday, September 27 at 2:45 in Room 255, everyone is welcome!

FBLA assists with the development of leadership skills, prepares students for entry into business-related occupations, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state, and national levels in business and technology curriculum.


Hey Seniors...

Do you like Alternative or Indie music?

Are you thinking about a career in communications?

Would you like to hear your voice and favorite music being broadcast out over airwaves and internet on 90.5fm WBER?

If the answer to ANY of these questions is a resounding YES!, then you should consider checking out the WEBSTER VARSITY RADIO CLUB.

Our informational meeting is Thursday, September 27th at 2:45pm in Mr. Stahl's room, 334 in the back (North) hall at Thomas.

This is a club for both Thomas and Schroeder students - so spread the word!!!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir rehearses tomorrow morning at 6:55! New members are still welcome. Stop in the chorus room, room 120, for more information. David P., don't forget the doughnuts!


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Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks.

September 25th

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Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !



Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. Webster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVapeFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.

Questions? Email WHENBeVapeFreeVideo@gmail.com


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


> Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of your post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


Sophomores there is a pep rally game sign-up on the Class of 2021 Google Classroom for next week's events. The class code is: pmlg6fb.

The deadline is this Friday to sign-up.


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Hey do you live on Earth? Do you breathe in air, eat food, and drink water? Well then Earth, Webster Thomas’s brand new environmental club, may just be the club for you. We are looking for students wishing to make a difference for their world. Our first meeting is after school Thursday September 27th in Mrs. Drury’s room, room 205. Please contact Celia Darling or Mrs. Drury with any questions.


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America meeting on Thursday, September 27 at 2:45 in Room 255, everyone is welcome!

The purpose of FBLA is to prepare members for careers in business and help them become better employees and citizens. FBLA assists with the development of leadership skills, prepares students for entry into business-related occupations, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state, and national levels in business and technology curriculum.


Experience World War II history first-hand by traveling to London, Normandy, Berlin, Nuremberg and more! Come with a parent to the informational meeting today, from 6:30-7:30pm. We'll meet in the Willink MS cafetorium - enter the building through the back doors and it's on your left. Our fabulous World War II and the Western Front tour will take place in July 2019 and is open to all Webster students from the classes of 2020-2023. Join the Google Classroom with code kz0got for more information about this incredible once-in-a-lifetime, 14-day tour! See you Tuesday evening!


Attention anyone interested in joining the Speech and Debate team!! Our first meeting will be today after school in Room 220. Hope to see you there!



Can anyone name the winner of last year's Oscar for best picture?

Do you know the sum of the jersey numbers of Derek Jeter, Mike Jordan, and Tom Brady? Can you name a single musical by Rogers and Hammerstein?

Well ... If you think you can or just want to give it a try, come to our first meeting of Masterminds Today After School in Room 216.

Masterminds is a Team Sport similar to Jeopardy where we compete with other schools in every area of Trivia. History to Hip-Hop, Math to Movies, Science to Scandals.

Join us for some treats and some fun discussion to see what Masterminds is all about. See Mr. Christman if interested but can't make the meeting.

Masterminds - the Varsity Sport for Your Brain


Best Buddies is having a fundraiser today at the Holt Road Chipotle from 5:00 - 9:00pm. Tell the cashier that you are there for Webster Thomas and we get 33% of the proceeds.

Thanks for helping Best Buddies!


There is an informational meeting about Science Olympiad today after school in room 305. If you have questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk or Mrs. Visca.



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Today's lunch is bacon cheeseburger or hamburger

September 24th

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"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !



Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of you post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook BY September 28th to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.

Click on the link on the Webster Thomas homepage to order today!!


Attention all students, Webster CSD would like feedback on your digital life!

The Digital Life Survey, is a survey that is part of Common Sense’s Connecting Families national program. Please look for the assignment in your classes google classroom to complete this survey. The survey will remain open until Friday, September 28th.


The Counseling Department needs a Peer Tutor for Global Studies 10. If you did well in Global Studies, are free either block 4 or block 5, and would be interested in helping a fellow student and/or earning community service credit, please stop by the Counseling Center and see Ms. Marcello.


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Hey do you live on Earth? Do you breathe in air, eat food, and drink water? Well then Earth, Webster Thomas’s brand new environmental club, may just be the club for you. We are looking for students wishing to make a difference for their world. Our first meeting is after school Thursday September 27th in Mrs. Drury’s room, room 205. Please contact Celia Darling or Mrs. Drury with any questions.


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America meeting on Thursday, September 27 at 2:45 in Room 255, everyone is welcome!

The purpose of FBLA is to prepare members for careers in business and help them become better employees and citizens. FBLA assists with the development of leadership skills, prepares students for entry into business-related occupations, and offers a setting where members compete at regional, state, and national levels in business and technology curriculum.


Do you know the capital city of Senegal?

Can you name all 4 Beatles?

Could you figure out the angles of a 3-4-5 triangle?

Then Masterminds might be the team for you.

Masterminds is a competitive game similar to Jeopardy.

We compete against other schools on teams of 4 at a time.

We meet once a week and compete about once a month.

We have places for all areas of knowlege and all grade levels.

Come by Mr. Christman's room TUESDAY after school to learn more and consider joining.

See Mr. C if you're interested but have a conflict.

Masterminds - Its the varsity sport for your brain.


Hey Seniors...

Do you like Alternative or Indie music?

Are you thinking about a career in communications?

Would you like to hear your voice and favorite music being broadcast out over airwaves and internet on 90.5fm WBER?

If the answer to ANY of these questions is a resounding YES!, then you should consider checking out the WEBSTER VARSITY RADIO CLUB.

**Our informational meeting is Thursday, September 27th at 2:45pm in Mr. Stahl's room, 334 in the back (North) hall at Thomas.

**This is a club for both Thomas and Schroeder students - so spread the word!!!


Experience World War II history first-hand by traveling to London, Normandy, Berlin, Nuremberg and more! Come with a parent to the informational meeting on Tuesday, September 25th, from 6:30-7:30pm. We'll meet in the Willink MS cafetorium - enter the building through the back doors and it's on your left. Our fabulous World War II and the Western Front tour will take place in July 2019 and is open to all Webster students from the classes of 2020-2023. Join the Google Classroom with code kz0got for more information about this incredible once-in-a-lifetime, 14-day tour! See you Tuesday evening!


There will be an informational meeting for Science Olympiad tomorrow after school in room 305. If you have questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk or Mrs. Visca.


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Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

September 21st

------- General --------------------------------------------


"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook BY September 28th to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.

Click on the link on the Webster Thomas homepage to order today!!


------- Clubs --------------------------------------------


There will be an informational meeting for Science Olympiad on Tuesday, September 25th in room 305. If you have questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk, or Mrs. Visca.


Hey do you live on Earth? Do you breathe in air, eat food, and drink water? Well then Earth, Webster Thomas’s brand new environmental club, may just be the club for you. We are looking for students wishing to make a difference for their world. Our first meeting is after school Thursday September 27th in Mrs. Drury’s room, room 205. Please contact Celia Darling or Mrs. Drury with any questions.


Do you know the capital city of Senegal?

Can you name all 4 Beatles?

Could you figure out the angles of a 3-4-5 triangle?

Then Masterminds might be the team for you.

Masterminds is a competitive game similar to Jeopardy.

We compete against other schools on teams of 4 at a time.

We meet once a week and compete about once a month.

We have places for all areas of knowlege and all grade levels.

Come by Mr. Christman's room TUESDAY after school to learn more and consider joining.

See Mr. C if you're interested but have a conflict.

Masterminds - Its the varsity sport for your brain.


Hey Seniors...

Do you like Alternative or Indie music?

Are you thinking about a career in communications?

Would you like to hear your voice and favorite music being broadcast out over airwaves and internet on 90.5fm WBER?

If the answer to ANY of these questions is a resounding YES!, then you should consider checking out the WEBSTER VARSITY RADIO CLUB.

**Our informational meeting is Thursday, September 27th at 2:45pm in Mr. Stahl's room, 334 in the back (North) hall at Thomas.

**This is a club for both Thomas and Schroeder students - so spread the word!!!


Experience World War II history first-hand by traveling to London, Normandy, Berlin, Nuremberg and more! Come with a parent to the informational meeting on Tuesday, September 25th, from 6:30-7:30pm. We'll meet in the Willink MS cafetorium - enter the building through the back doors and it's on your left. Our fabulous World War II and the Western Front tour will take place in July 2019 and is open to all Webster students from the classes of 2020-2023. Join the Google Classroom with code kz0got for more information about this incredible once-in-a-lifetime, 14-day tour! See you Tuesday evening!


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The Webster boys volleyball team defeated Gates Chili in three straight sets last night to improve their record to 4 - 3 on the year. The balanced offense was led by Jack Willard's 6 kills, while in game three Ian McNabb contributed four kills while Evan Ziegelhofer had three. Evan also dished out ten assists. On defense Evan DeMocker racked up three blocks and Mike DiBisceglie had six digs. Webster plays in the Schroeder gym tonight at 6:15 against Brockport.



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Today's lunch is fall harvest hamburger or cheeseburger.


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This year’s Homecoming Dance will be on Thursday evening, October 4th from 7-9 pm. Tickets will be $5 and will be on sale throughout Homecoming week.

Student council welcomes any students that are interested in being on our dance committee to help us in our planning and preparation for the dance. We will be having a meeting after school on Tuesday in Mrs. Nieves’s room 411

Our Homecoming game this year will be a Pink-Out! Pink T-Bird shirts will be available for pre-orders today ONLY during lunches. We had a great response and would love for you to join us. Shirts are $8. Sign up today!

Student Council is also looking for volunteers to help with the Run, Walk and Roll 5K to benefit Miracle Field on Sunday September 30th. If you are interested in getting community service hours please sign up in Mrs. Warner's room, 450.

September 20th

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Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition (WHEN:DFCC) is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. At WHEN:DFCC, we believe in a vape-free and smoke-free world where individuals say no to e-Cigs and aim to live healthier lives. Web­ster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVa...peFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.

Questions? Email WHENBeVapeFreeVideo@gmail.com


Attn 10th thru 12th graders: There are many colleges coming to visit you school this fall. Please sign up for the colleges that interest you in your naviance account. If you are not able to log into your naviance account, please stop in the Counseling Center and see Ms. Marcello to have your account reset.


Attn 10th thru 12 graders: The ASVAB is a multi-aptitude exam that aligns your skills with your interests. This may help you decide on future career goals regardless of you post high school plans. This is a free exam offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 20th. Please pick up a registration form in the Counseling Center.


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind…

It’s chess club!

We get started this week, Thursday, after school in

Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend – everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


Attention all students, Webster CSD would like feedback on your digital life!

The Digital Life Survey, is a survey that is part of Common Sense’s Connecting Families national program. The purpose of the survey is to gather information and feedback regarding the ways Webster CSD families engage in our digital world every day. Please look for the assignment in your classes google classroom to complete this survey. The survey will remain open until Friday, September 28th.


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There will be an informational meeting for Science Olympiad on Tuesday, September 25th in room 305. If you have questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk, or Mrs. Visca.


"SAGE is a club at Webster Thomas that promotes acceptance and tolerance for all students, no matter where they are on the L.G.B.T.Q. spectrum. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 20th after school from 2:40 to 3:15 in Mrs. Byrne's room 335"


Hey do you live on Earth? Do you breathe in air, eat food, and drink water? Well then Earth, Webster Thomas’s brand new environmental club, may just be the club for you. We are looking for students wishing to make a difference for their world. Our first meeting is after school Thursday September 27th in Mrs. Drury’s room, room 205. Please contact Celia Darling or Mrs. Drury with any questions.


Do you know the capital city of Senegal?

Can you name all 4 Beatles?

Could you figure out the angles of a 3-4-5 triangle?

The president of France, the highest scoring basketballl player, or the winner of winner of the world series last year?


Them Masterminds might be the team for you.

Masterminds is a competitive game similar to Jeopardy.

We compete against other schools on teams of 4 at a time.


Its very casual and a lot of fun.

We meet once a week and compete about once a month.

We have places for all areas of knowledge and all grade levels.

Come by Mr. Christman's room TUESDAY after school to learn more and consider joining.

That's room 216 after school Tuesday. See Mr. C if you're interested but have a conflict.

Masterminds - Its the varsity sport for your brain.


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> Today's lunch is macho nacho.

September 19th

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"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn 10th thru 12th graders: There are many colleges coming to visit you school this fall. Please sign up for the colleges that interest you in your naviance account. If you are not able to log into your naviance account, please stop in the Counseling Center and see Ms. Marcello to have your account reset.


Attn Students: Rochester General Hospital is looking for volunteers for their patient unit, guest services and patient transport units. Please pick up a flyer in the Counseling Center for the website to apply. Deadline to apply is Friday, September 21st.


Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook BY September 28th to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.

Click on the link on the Webster Thomas homepage to order today!!


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind…

It’s chess club!

We get started this week, Thursday, after school in

Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend – everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


Attention all students, Webster CSD would like feedback on your digital life!

The Digital Life Survey, is a survey that is part of Common Sense’s Connecting Families national program. The purpose of the survey is to gather information and feedback regarding the ways Webster CSD families engage in our digital world every day. Please look for the assignment in your classes google classroom to complete this survey. The survey will remain open until Friday, September 28th.


The library is closed after school today.



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There will be an informational meeting for Science Olympiad on Tuesday, September 25th in room 305. If you have questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk, or Mrs. Visca.


"SAGE is a club at Webster Thomas that promotes acceptance and tolerance for all students, no matter where they are on the L.G.B.T.Q. spectrum. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 20th after school from 2:40 to 3:15 in Mrs. Byrne's room 335"


Best Buddies is having a fundraiser Tuesday, September 25th at the Holt Road Chipotle from 5:00 - 9:00pm. Tell the cashier that you are there for Webster Thomas and we get 33% of the proceeds.


Thanks for helping Best Buddies!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 6:55! New members are still welcome.

Jack, don't forget the doughnuts!


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Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers or pizza crunchers.

September 18th

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"The 5-hour class will be held today at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !



Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition (WHEN:DFCC) is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. At WHEN:DFCC, we believe in a vape-free and smoke-free world where individuals say no to e-Cigs and aim to live healthier lives. Web­ster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVa...peFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.

Questions? Email WHENBeVapeFreeVideo@gmail.com


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn 10th thru 12th graders: There are many colleges coming to visit you school this fall. Please sign up for the colleges that interest you in your naviance account. If you are not able to log into your naviance account, please stop in the Counseling Center and see Ms. Marcello to have your account reset.


Attn Students: Rochester General Hospital is looking for volunteers for their patient unit, guest services and patient transport units. Please pick up a flyer in the Counseling Center for the website to apply. Deadline to apply is Friday, September 21st.


Safe Driving Seminar

We will be holding our next Safe Driving Seminar today here at the Thomas Auditorium at 2:45.

This will be for BOTH Seniors and Juniors. You DO NOT NEED a drivers license to attend the seminar.

Stop down to the Main Office with questions.


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind…

It’s chess club!

We get started this week, Thursday, after school in

Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend – everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


Attention all students, Webster CSD would like feedback on your digital life!

The Digital Life Survey, is a survey that is part of Common Sense’s Connecting Families national program. The purpose of the survey is to gather information and feedback regarding the ways Webster CSD families engage in our digital world every day. Please look for the assignment in your classes google classroom to complete this survey. The survey will remain open until Friday, September 28th.


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Are you interested in international affairs and current events, or do you just want to work on your public speaking skills and become more confident? Join Model United Nations! See Miss Yang for more details or join the Google Classroom with class code vre9xa.

Our first meeting will be today from 2:30-3:00 PM in room 210


There will be an informational meeting for Science Olympiad on Tuesday, September 25th in room 305. If you have questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk, or Mrs. Visca.


ATTENTION ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN JOINING INTERNATIONAL CLUB:

WE WILL BE HOLDING A MEETING TODAY AT 2:30 IN MISS DOORES'S ROOM, 222.


PLEASE ONLY COME TO THIS MEETING IF YOU WISH TO BE INVOLVED IN VOTING FOR OFFICERS AND PLANNING FOR THE EVENTS FOR THE YEAR.

BRING YOUR FAVORITE FALL SNACK TO SHARE AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.


"SAGE is a club at Webster Thomas that promotes acceptance and tolerance for all students, no matter where they are on the L.G.B.T.Q. spectrum. Our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 20th after school from 2:40 to 3:15 in Mrs. Byrne's room 335"


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Attention all Hockey Players there will be an informational meeting today at 2:45 in the South cafe. If you can not attend the meeting please see Coach Evans.



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Today's lunch is lasagna.

September 17th

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"The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/18 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !


Attn Students: Rochester General Hospital is looking for volunteers for their patient unit, guest services and patient transport units. Please pick up a flyer in the Counseling Center for the website to apply. Deadline to apply is Friday, September 21st.


Safe Driving Seminar

We will be holding our next Safe Driving Seminar next TUESDAY, 9/18 here at the Thomas Auditorium at 2:45.

This will be for BOTH Seniors and Juniors. You DO NOT NEED a drivers license to attend the seminar.

Stop down to the Main Office with questions.


"Come see Mrs. Sullivan in room 234 for help with your College Essay. Mondays this fall, after school from 2:30-3:30 Mrs. Sullivan will be available for drop-in conferences and feedback. Please share your essay with Martha_Sullivan@webstercsd.org by Sunday night in order to receive more directed feedback. I look forward to working with you!"


Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook BY September 28th to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.

Click on the link on the Webster Thomas homepage to order today!!


Your Invited!

Come have fun and challenge your mind…

It’s chess club!

We get started this week, Thursday, after school in

Mr. Zaleski’s room (room 310)

Feel free to bring a friend – everyone is welcome!

Questions? See Mr. Zaleski in room 310


Attention all students, Webster CSD would like feedback on your digital life!

The Digital Life Survey, is a survey that is part of Common Sense’s Connecting Families national program. The purpose of the survey is to gather information and feedback regarding the ways Webster CSD families engage in our digital world every day. Please look for the assignment in your classes google classroom to complete this survey. The survey will remain open until Friday, September 28th.


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Are you interested in international affairs and current events, or do you just want to work on your public speaking skills and become more confident? Join Model United Nations! See Miss Yang for more details or join the Google Classroom with class code vre9xa.

Our first meeting will be Tuesday September 18 from 2:30-3:00 PM in room 210


There will be an informational meeting for Science Olympiad on Tuesday, September 25th in room 305. If you have questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug, Mr. Schenk, or Mrs. Visca.


ATTENTION ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN JOINING INTERNATIONAL CLUB:

WE WILL BE HOLDING A MEETING THIS TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 18 AT 2:30 IN MISS DOORES'S ROOM, 222.


PLEASE ONLY COME TO THIS MEETING IF YOU WISH TO BE INVOLVED IN VOTING FOR OFFICERS AND PLANNING FOR THE EVENTS FOR THE YEAR.

BRING YOUR FAVORITE FALL SNACK TO SHARE AND A POSITIVE ATTITUDE! HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE.


Attention stage crew of The Admirable Crichton - the meeting this afternoon has been rescheduled for next week. See our Google Classroom for details.



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Attention all Hockey Players there will be an informational meeting on Tuesday September 18th at 2:45 in the South cafe. If you can not attend the meeting please see Coach Evans.



The Webster Marching Band took first place, in their class out of nine bands, Saturday evening with a score of 74.4 at the Crimson Classic Festival of Bands in Hilton. This week they will have two competitions, Saturday night in Medina, and Sunday in Greece. Congratulations and keep up the good work!



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Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty.

September 14th

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The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/18 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


This is the last week to place your online order for Titan Wear. With three different logos, 23 items, and class colors to choose from, you won't want to miss out. All orders must be placed online at WebsterPTSA.org/TitanWear by this Saturday, the 15th.


Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition (WHEN:DFCC) is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. At WHEN:DFCC, we believe in a vape-free and smoke-free world where individuals say no to e-Cigs and aim to live healthier lives. WHEN:DFCC has launched #BeVapeFree Video Contest where Web­ster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVa...peFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.

Questions? Email WHENBeVapeFreeVideo@gmail.com


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn 10th thru 12th graders: There are many colleges coming to visit you school this fall. Please sign up for the colleges that interest you in your naviance account. If you are not able to log into your naviance account, please stop in the Counseling Center and see Ms. Marcello to have your account reset.


Attn Students: Rochester General Hospital is looking for volunteers for their patient unit, guest services and patient transport units. Please pick up a flyer in the Counseling Center for the website to apply. Deadline to apply is Friday, September 21st.


Safe Driving Seminar

We will be holding our next Safe Driving Seminar next TUESDAY, 9/18 here at the Thomas Auditorium at 2:45.

This will be for BOTH Seniors and Juniors. You DO NOT NEED a drivers license to attend the seminar.

Stop down to the Main Office with questions.


"Come see Mrs. Sullivan in room 234 for help with your College Essay. Mondays this fall, after school from 2:30-3:30 Mrs. Sullivan will be available for drop-in conferences and feedback. Please share your essay with Martha_Sullivan@webstercsd.org by Sunday night in order to receive more directed feedback. I look forward to working with you!"


The library is closed after school today.


Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook BY September 28th to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.

Click on the link on the Webster Thomas homepage to order today!!


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Attention all cast and crew of The Admirable Crichton: The read-through this afternoon has been moved to next week. Let Mr. Stoetzel know if you will be unable to attend the read through, which is now scheduled for Tuesday of next week at 3:30.


Are you interested in international affairs and current events, or do you just want to work on your public speaking skills and become more confident? Join Model United Nations! See Miss Yang for more details or join the Google Classroom with class code vre9xa.

Our first meeting will be Tuesday September 18 from 2:30-3:00 PM in room 210


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Attention all Hockey Players there will be an informational meeting on Tuesday September 18th at 2:45 in the South cafe. If you can not attend the meeting please see Coach Evans.



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Today's lunch is bosco sampler platter.

September 13th

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This is the last week to place your online order for Titan Wear. With three different logos, 23 items, and class colors to choose from, you won't want to miss out. All orders must be placed online at WebsterPTSA.org/TitanWear by this Saturday, the 15th.


Attention Titans

Wanna save $10 on your yearbook???

Buy your yearbook BY September 28th to save over $10.00-- PLUS, choose up to four icons that represent you for FREE.


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn Students: Rochester General Hospital is looking for volunteers for their patient unit, guest services and patient transport units. Please pick up a flyer in the Counseling Center for the website to apply. Deadline to apply is Friday, September 21st.


Attention seniors with early release or late arrival. You need to have the proper sticker on your gold card. On Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday of this week you can get the sticker you need.

NOTE: STUDENTS WHO'S GOLD CARDS ARE NOT UPDATED BY 9/14/18 WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO LEAVE SCHOOL WITHOUT PERMISSION



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The Webster Boys volleyball team squeaked out their third straight victory last night in five games over Brighton, improving the Laker record to 3-1. The defense was led by Mike Wyant's 15 digs while the front line block saw Caden Hann, Allister Spiegel, and Kyle Wilbert contribute five blocks apiece. Spiegel also directed the offense with 41 assists....the majority ending up with 18 kills by Jack Willard and 16 kills to middle attacker Hann. Ian McNabb came off the bench to register three aces during crucial games 4 and 5. Webster completes their back-to-back match nights this evening with a home match against undefeated Penfield, 6:30 in the Schroeder gym.



The boys cross country team kicked off their season by sweeping a four-team meet at Finger Lakes Community College yesterday. Seniors Jacob Berg and Mitchell Carpenter led the way for the Titans, finishing fourth and fifth respectively.


The girls cross country team picked up two wins against one loss. Sophomore Molly O'Brien paced the Titans in third place overall.


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Today's lunch is cherry blossom chicken OR orange chicken.

September 12th

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"The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/18 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


This week is CLASS RING WEEK at Webster Thomas High School

Students can design their ring to tell their story!

ORDER DATES: Thursday and Friday, Sept. 13th and 14th

During Lunches – Outside the cafeteria

**ALSO: During Open House on Thurs., Sept. 13th

Information Packets are available in the main office or unit office.

Don’t miss your opportunity to:

· Win a FREE RING – for having the oldest Webster Class Ring

· Receive your FREE Webster Thomas Jacket ($ 100 value)


The library is closed after school today.


Attn Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice S-A-T exam. It is being offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 13th. Registration forms are available in the Counseling Center. The cost is $16.00 by check only and due back to the Counseling Center by Tuesday, October 9th.


Attn 10th thru 12th graders: There are many colleges coming to visit you school this fall. Please sign up for the colleges that interest you in your naviance account. If you are not able to log into your naviance account, please stop in the Counseling Center and see Ms. Marcello to have your account reset.


Attn Students: Rochester General Hospital is looking for volunteers for their patient unit, guest services and patient transport units. Please pick up a flyer in the Counseling Center for the website to apply. Deadline to apply is Friday, September 21st.


This is the last week to place your online order for Titan Wear. With three different logos, 23 items, and class colors to choose from, you won't want to miss out. All orders must be placed online at WebsterPTSA.org/TitanWear by this Saturday, the 15th.


Webster Health and Education Network: A Drug Free Community Coalition (WHEN:DFCC) is sponsoring a video contest for the best original video intended to educate your fellow students on the hazards of e-Cigs, vaping and Juul. At WHEN:DFCC, we believe in a vape-free and smoke-free world where individuals say no to e-Cigs and aim to live healthier lives. WHEN:DFCC has launched #BeVapeFree Video Contest where Web­ster students in grades 6-12 can win $250 for creating a #BeVa...peFree video that encourages students to become educated on the negative effects of vaping products.

Contest begins Saturday, September 8, 2018 and ends

Monday, October 15, 2018.

Questions? Email WHENBeVapeFreeVideo@gmail.com


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Attention Webster Thomas!!

Do you like playing Ultimate Frisbee?

If so, consider joining Frisbee Club and playing with us on Friday afternoons afterschool from 2:30- 3:05!

There will be an informational meeting today @ 2:35 in room 314. This is Mrs. Leahy's room.

Hope to see you there!!


Attention Mathletes -

We will be holding our Math League informational meeting on today after school in Room 200. Should you have any questions or concerns, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.


HOLA!! BONJOUR!! GUTEN TAG! SALUETE!!

ATTENTION ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN JOINING INTERNATIONAL CLUB: WE WILL BE HAVING OUR FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING TODAY AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 222, MISS DOORES'S ROOM. WE WILL BE VOTING ON OFFICERS, INTRODUCTIONS AND START PLANNING OUR FIELD TRIPS FOR THE YEAR. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir begins tomorrow morning at 6:55! Not sure? Just come and try it out! Great music, great people, free doughnuts!

Stop down to room 120 (chorus room) for more info. or just show up tomorrow morning! We would love to see you!


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Today's lunch is trash plates.

September 11th

------- General --------------------------------------------

This week is CLASS RING WEEK at Webster Thomas High School

Students can design their ring to tell their story!

ORDER DATES: Thursday and Friday, Sept. 13th and 14th

During Lunches – Outside the cafeteria

**ALSO: During Open House on Thurs., Sept. 13th

Information Packets are available in the main office or unit office.

Don’t miss your opportunity to:

· Win a FREE RING – for having the oldest Webster Class Ring

· Receive your FREE Webster Thomas Jacket ($ 100 value)

Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !

This is the last week to place your online order for Titan Wear. With three different logos, 23 items, and class colors to choose from, you won't want to miss out. All orders must be placed online at WebsterPTSA.org/TitanWear by this Saturday, the 15th.

Attention seniors with early release or late arrival. You need to have the proper sticker on your gold card. On Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday of this week you can get the sticker you need.

NOTE: STUDENTS WHO'S GOLD CARDS ARE NOT UPDATED BY 9/14/18 WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO LEAVE SCHOOL WITHOUT PERMISSION

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Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will begin next Thursday morning at 6:55! This choir is open to any guy grades 9-12. Enjoy good music, great company, free doughnuts AND earn half a credit!

For more information, stop down and see Mrs. Nitsch in the chorus room (room 120) or just show up next Thursday morning!

Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir--give it a try!

Attention Webster Thomas!!

Do you like playing Ultimate Frisbee?

If so, consider joining Frisbee Club and playing with us on Friday afternoons afterschool from 2:30- 3:05!

There will be an informational meeting THIS Wednesday, September 12th @ 2:35 in room 314. This is Mrs. Leahy's room.

Hope to see you there!!

Attention Mathletes -

We will be holding our Math League informational meeting on Wednesday, September 12th after school in Room 200. Should you have any questions or concerns, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.

HOLA!! BONJOUR!! GUTEN TAG! SALUETE!!

ATTENTION ALL THOSE INTERESTED IN JOINING INTERNATIONAL CLUB: WE WILL BE HAVING OUR FIRST INFORMATIONAL MEETING THIS WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 12 AFTER SCHOOL IN ROOM 222, MISS DOORES'S ROOM. WE WILL BE VOTING ON OFFICERS, INTRODUCTIONS AND START PLANNING OUR FIELD TRIPS FOR THE YEAR. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

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Today's lunch is tacos & Spanish rice.

September 10th


"The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/18 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


"Freshmen Class of 2022, Class dues are due by Friday September 28th. It is $35 for one year or $140 for four years. Drop off an envelope with a check or cash to the Main Office but make sure you write your first and last name on the envelope."


This week is CLASS RING WEEK at Webster Thomas High School

Students can design their ring to tell their story!

ORDER DATES: Thursday and Friday, Sept. 13th and 14th

During Lunches – Outside the cafeteria

**ALSO: During Open House on Thurs., Sept. 13th

Information Packets are available in the main office or unit office.

Don’t miss your opportunity to:

· Win a FREE RING – for having the oldest Webster Class Ring

· Receive your FREE Webster Thomas Jacket ($ 100 value)


Titan Tuesday’s are at Bill Gray’s On Hard Rd. Its Great Plate Night! Please support the Thomas Titan Teams on Tuesday’s in September and October. Present a copy of this flyer to the cashier and 15% of your purchase is donated to the Titan Football teams. Copies are available from team members, the main office,or print from the electronic newsletter. See you at Bill Gray’s. Thanks for supporting Webster Titans Football !



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Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will begin next Thursday morning at 6:55! This choir is open to any guy grades 9-12. Enjoy good music, great company, free doughnuts AND earn half a credit!


For more information, stop down and see Mrs. Nitsch in the chorus room (room 120) or just show up next Thursday morning!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir--give it a try!


"Do you want volunteer hours? Are you looking for scholarship opportunities? Do you want to have fun with your friends while helping the community? If so, join Key Club!! There will be an informational meeting on Monday 9/10 after school in Mrs. Marchner's room...Room 407."


Attention Webster Thomas!!

Do you like playing Ultimate Frisbee?

If so, consider joining Frisbee Club and playing with us on Friday afternoons afterschool from 2:30- 3:05!

There will be an informational meeting THIS Wednesday, September 12th @ 2:35 in room 314. This is Mrs. Leahy's room.

Hope to see you there!!


Attention Mathletes -

We will be holding our Math League informational meeting on Wednesday, September 12th after school in Room 200. Should you have any questions or concerns, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.


Anyone interested in joining the Thomas Morning News Team should plan on attending a meeting today after school in room 245. See Mr. Buttles for details.


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The Webster Marching Band competed at the Rainbow of Stars competition held at Eastridge High School. The band placed 2nd out of 12 bands participating with a score of 69.85. Next weeks competition will be held at Hilton High School. Way to go Marching Band.



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Today's lunch is chicken tenders.

September 7th

"The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/18 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.


Attention all students: The PTSA is bringing back letterman jackets for all students! What do you do with your academic letter T's and pins when you get them? They are supposed to go on a letterman jacket. Today, you may see teachers with their old letterman jackets to advertise this new opportunity. Letterman jackets are now for sale through the PTSA fall Titan Wear sale!


"Do you want volunteer hours? Are you looking for scholarship opportunities? Do you want to have fun with your friends while helping the community? If so, join Key Club!! There will be an informational meeting on Monday 9/10 after school in Mrs. Marchner's room...Room 407."


> Get ready for Thomas Titans Fundraiser Nights at Bill Grays! Great plates are sold at a reduced price on Tuesdays so everyone should be happy to go to Bill Grays on Hard Road! The flyer will give all the details and should be included in the Thomas Electronic Newsletter next week and throughout the football season. Families will need to present this certificate (flyer) to their cashier in order for the 15% to be given to the Webster Thomas Football Team. Stop by the office or print out a flyer today. Thank you for supporting Webster Titan’s Football!


Any student interested in being part of the Morning News Team should plan on attending an informational meeting on Monday, September 10th in room 245, which is across from the library. See Mr. Buttles for details.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir will begin next Thursday morning at 6:55! This choir is open to any guy grades 9-12. Enjoy good music, great company, free doughnuts AND earn half a credit!


For more information, stop down and see Mrs. Nitsch in the chorus room (room 120) or just show up next Thursday morning!


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir--give it a try!


Audition materials for the fall play, The Admirable Crichton are still available in Room 111. Auditions will be held next week on Monday and Tuesday. See Mr. Stoetzel for more details.


Also, don't forget that the first meeting of the Webster Thomas Improv Club will be held this afternoon in Room 111. It's for students who want to work on their acting skills or simply to have a fun time with funny people. It's a great way to end the week!



The Thomas Titans football team is having a fundraiser at Yolickity’s from Monday, September 3rd to Sunday, September 9th. The code word is Titans and can be used from Noon until 9pm. 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan football team. Remember to say Titans as you check out at Yolickity’s! Thank you for supporting the Titans!


The Webster boys varsity volleyball team recorded their second straight victory with a three game sweep of Eastridge last night in the Schroeder gymnasium. Peter Dennison led the defense with 8 digs while Kyle Wilbert contributed 4 blocks. Allister Spiegel distributed 16 assists to a balanced attack, including six kills in game one by Jack Willard, four apiece by Sam DeGrace and Nate Cleary, and three each by Nick Vogt and Evan DeMocker. Boys volleyball returns to action Wednesday when they host Brighton


Good Luck to the Webster Marching Band as they begin their competitive season this Saturday. They will be competing against nine other bands in the Rainbow of Stars Competition at East Ridge High School. This year's show is entitled "Heart Strings, Torn & Tugged." The show is about a journey of love lost, and the strive to keep going on, it features the music of Lana del Rey,Wojciech Killar (Wor-Jeh Keelar), and Regina Spektor along with two flute soloists (Theresa Homeier and Jenna Cekuta) and our string section (Celina Nguyen, Vance Tucker, Emily Ojeda-Rivera, and Sarah Fetter). If you see a Marching Band Member in the hallways please wish them good luck.



Today is our Welcome Back Picnic.

During lunch Mr. Widor will be grilling hot dogs outside in the courtyard.

Stop in the cafeteria to get your tray and then see Mr. Widor in the courtyard for a hot dog.

Cant wait to see you there!!

September 6th


School Picture day is Today September 6th.

Students may stop down during their gym class for their picture. They will be held in the AUDITORIUM. Extra forms can be found in the MAIN OFFICE.

SENIORS, if you did not receive a GOLD CARD from your house office,you MUST sit for a new picture TODAY.



Attention all students who wish to audition for the fall play, The Admirable Crichton:


Mr. Stoetzel will host an audition workshop in Room 111 after school on Thursday, September 6. You can pick up audition materials, sign up for an audition time, and ask questions. If you can't attend the workshop, just pick up materials from Mr. Stoetzel at any time or join the Google Classroom; the code, (a4ethb), is posted on the Auditorium doors and the door of Room 111.


Auditions will be next week on Monday and Tuesday. Break a leg!


Any student interested in being part of the Morning News Team should plan on attending an informational meeting on Monday, September 10th in room 245, which is across from the library. See Mr. Buttles for details.



The Thomas Titans football team is having a fundraiser at Yolickity’s from Monday, September 3rd to Sunday, September 9th. The code word is Titans and can be used from Noon until 9pm. 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan football team. Remember to say Titans as you check out at Yolickity’s! Thank you for supporting the Titans!



Today's lunch is pizza calzone.


Friday, September 7th will be Thomas's High School's annual Welcome Back Picnic. During lunch. Mr. Widor will be grilling hot dogs outside in the courtyard. Stop in the cafeteria to get your tray and then see Mr. Widor in the courtyard for a hot dog.

Lunch that day will be a grilled hot dog, chips, watermelon, cookie and raw veggies.

Cant wait to see you there!!

September 5th

School Picture day is Today and Tomorrow, September 5th and 6th.

Students may stop down during their gym class for their picture. They will be held in the AUDITORIUM. Extra forms can be found in the MAIN OFFICE.


"The 5-hour class will be held Tuesday, 9/18 at Schroeder High School, Room E3; class runs from 3:30 PM -8:30 PM. Cost is $52.00 - you can register online at webstercentral.revtrak.net. Please make sure to bring your permit to class.



Attention all students who wish to audition for the fall play, The Admirable Crichton:


Mr. Stoetzel will host an audition workshop in Room 111 after school on Thursday, September 6. You can pick up audition materials, sign up for an audition time, and ask questions. If you can't attend the workshop, just pick up materials from Mr. Stoetzel at any time or join the Google Classroom; the code, (a4ethb), is posted on the Auditorium doors and the door of Room 111.


Auditions will be next week on Monday and Tuesday. Break a leg!


The first meeting of the Webster Thomas Improv Club will be this Friday, after school, in room 111. All are welcome, and it's a great way to end our first week. See you there!


Any student interested in being part of the Morning News Team should plan on attending an informational meeting on Monday, September 10th in room 245, which is across from the library. See Mr. Buttles for details.



The Thomas Titans football team is having a fundraiser at Yolickity’s from Monday, September 3rd to Sunday, September 9th. The code word is Titans and can be used from Noon until 9pm. 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan football team. Remember to say Titans as you check out at Yolickity’s! Thank you for supporting the Titans!


The boys volleyball team travelled down to Canandaigua and won a chaotic four-game match last night. Allister Spiegel and Mike Wyant split the setting duties and registered 18 and 12 assists respectively. The attack was led by Jack Willard's 11 kills, while Caden Hann added 8. Defensively, Kyle Wilbert led the team with 10 digs and 4 blocks, and Nate Cleary also put up 4 blocks. Webster plays at home for the first time this season with a Thursday match against Eastridge in the Schroeder gym, first service at 6:00.



Today's lunch is popcorn chicken



Friday, September 7th will be Thomas's High School's annual Welcome Back Picnic. During lunch. Mr. Widor will be grilling hot dogs outside in the courtyard. Stop in the cafeteria to get your tray and then see Mr. Widor in the courtyard for a hot dog.

Lunch that day will be a grilled hot dog, chips, watermelon, cookie and raw veggies.

Cant wait to see you there!!

September 4th

The Thomas Titans football team is having a fundraiser at Yolickity’s from Monday, September 3rd to Sunday, September 9th. The code word is Titans and can be used from Noon until 9pm. 20 % of your net proceeds will be donated to the Titan football team. Remember to say Titans as you check out at Yolickity’s! Thank you for supporting the Titans!


Any student interested in being part of the Morning News Team should plan on attending an informational meeting on Monday, September 10th in room 245, which is across from the library. See Mr. Buttles for details.


Today's lunch is Grilled Chicken Patty


Friday, September 7th will be Thomas's High School's annual Welcome Back Picnic. During lunch. Mr. Widor will be grilling hot dogs outside in the courtyard. Stop in the cafeteria to get your tray and then see Mr. Widor in the courtyard for a hot dog.

Lunch that day will be a grilled hot dog, chips, watermelon, cookie and raw veggies.

Cant wait to see you there!!


> Hi Everyone - Welcome to your first day of school!!! My name is Ms. Charleton and I am one of the six School Counselors in the building. If you have not done so already, please have your Chromebook open to Websterschools.org


You have just received your blue schedule. This is the schedule that you will follow this semester. The pink schedule you received in the mail is no longer valid.


If you would like to replace a study hall with an elective OR if you are missing a core class in your schedule, please stop in the counseling center during your lunch or study hall to address those issues. Please remember, you may not drop a class or switch your lunch/study hall blocks.


Seniors: Please make sure that you have all of the required courses and credits you need for graduation. In addition, don’t forget, that in order to be a full time student you need to have a minimum of five classes plus Phys Ed in your schedule. If this is not the case, please stop down to the Counseling Center during a free block to make any necessary changes.


Let’s talk about the portal. The district resets the portal every school year. You should be at websterschools.org on your chromebook. At the top left click on district and then go to parent/student portal which is in the center the third circle-click on that and go to the blue writing that says returning portal users - your username is your school id number and your password is your first initial, last initial and your 6 number birthdate. If you are unable to log into your portal, please stop at the portal help table in the cafe during your lunch block today.

Our first morning news program will air Tuesday, September 4th, 2018!