Thomas Morning News

January 21, 2022

WonderCare is hiring! We are looking for students to work at WonderCare afterschool, specifically students who have early release. We offer a flexible schedule including no nights or weekends. Please email wondercare @webstercsd.org or send a direct message to our Twitter or Facebook accounts.


The Monroe County Sheriff's office is holding it's teen police academy for one week over the summer. This program is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. You will gain an understanding of the law enforcement's role in the community by training in the classroom, role playing and rigorous physical fitness training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Like to help?

Need volunteer hours?

CARE CLUB NEEDS YOU!!!

Open daily during all lunches in the room near the West Cafe.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

January 20, 2022

WonderCare is hiring! We are looking for students to work at WonderCare afterschool, specifically students who have early release. We offer a flexible schedule including no nights or weekends. Please email wondercare @webstercsd.org or send a direct message to our Twitter or Facebook accounts.


The Monroe County Sheriff's office is holding it's teen police academy for one week over the summer. This program is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. You will gain an understanding of the law enforcement's role in the community by training in the classroom, role playing and rigorous physical fitness training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Like to help?

Need volunteer hours?

CARE CLUB NEEDS YOU!!!

Open daily during all lunches in the room near the West Cafe.


You know what day it is ??.....

Come on... you know....

YES! IT'S CHESS CLUB DAY!

CHESS CLUB Meets TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Don't forget, Bible Club meets today after school in room 311. Please stop by and have some fun reading the Bible and hanging out with us! After school today in room 311. See you there!


Today's lunch is gourmet chicken tenders

January 19, 2022

The Monroe County Sheriff's office is holding it's teen police academy for one week over the summer. This program is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. You will gain an understanding of the law enforcement's role in the community by training in the classroom, role playing and rigorous physical fitness training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Like to help?

Need volunteer hours?

CARE CLUB NEEDS YOU!!!

Open daily during all lunches in the room near the West Cafe.


Barrel of Monkeys meets tomorrow morning at 8:15. Leo, don't forget the doughnuts!


Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger

January 18, 2022

The Monroe County Sheriff's office is holding it's teen police academy for one week over the summer. This program is designed to give teens an introduction to law enforcement training. You will gain an understanding of the law enforcement's role in the community by training in the classroom, role playing and rigorous physical fitness training. Pick up your application in the student center.

Attention Science Olympiad team:

If you did not attend our morning informational meeting, please plan to stop by room 211 today after school for a quick meeting regarding our competition on Saturday, February 5th. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.

Like to help?

Need volunteer hours?

CARE CLUB NEEDS YOU!!!

Open daily during all lunches in the room near the West Cafe.

Today's lunch is fiestada

January 14, 2022

Attention Sophomores & Juniors-

Are you interested in service learning opportunities that meet an authentic need in our local & global community?

Are you wanting to get out into our community and beyond to meet individuals through hands-on service projects?

Do you wish to learn more about complex issues that impact our society?

Do you want to put your desire to serve into action?

If so, join the counselors in a kick-off to our Titan Service Scholar program- where Titan Scholars come together in group and individual service learning projects to contribute locally and globally for positive change. Our first activity will be participating in the Global Citizenship Conference at Nazareth College; after which we will design our first local on-site service project. If you'd like to reserve a spot, please sign up in the Student Center. Hurry! Spots for this conference are limited, you must sign up by Friday, January 14.


Webster Thomas held their January Math League meet yesterday. Leading the way for the Titans was Forrest L and Justin B scoring 9 points respectively. Congratulations to our top scorers . . . great job all mathletes!!!


The boys varsity ice hockey team is home on Saturday night!

Come to the Webster Ice Arena as your Titans take on Fairport.

Face off is at 8:30.

See you there!


Today's lunch is macaroni & cheese

January 13, 2022

Attention Sophomores & Juniors-

Are you interested in service learning opportunities that meet an authentic need in our local & global community?

Are you wanting to get out into our community and beyond to meet individuals through hands-on service projects?

Do you wish to learn more about complex issues that impact our society?

Do you want to put your desire to serve into action?

If so, join the counselors in a kick-off to our Titan Service Scholar program- where Titan Scholars come together in group and individual service learning projects to contribute locally and globally for positive change. Our first activity will be participating in the Global Citizenship Conference at Nazareth College; after which we will design our first local on-site service project. If you'd like to reserve a spot, please sign up in the Student Center. Hurry! Spots for this conference are limited, you must sign up by Friday, January 14.


There is a NEW club at Webster Thomas! Come join the WTHS Bible Club!

We will learn more about the Bible, enjoy some cupcakes and make some new friends!

We will have our first meeting after school tomorrow in room 311.

For more information or questions, you can reach WTHS Bible Club at erogers23@webstercsd.org


You know what day it is ??.....

Come on... you know....

YES! IT'S CHESS CLUB DAY!

CHESS CLUB Meets TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


> Today's lunch is General Tso's chicken

January 12, 2022

Attention Sophomores & Juniors-

Are you interested in service learning opportunities that meet an authentic need in our local & global community?

Are you wanting to get out into our community and beyond to meet individuals through hands-on service projects?

Do you wish to learn more about complex issues that impact our society?

Do you want to put your desire to serve into action?

If so, join the counselors in a kick-off to our Titan Service Scholar program- where Titan Scholars come together in group and individual service learning projects to contribute locally and globally for positive change. Our first activity will be participating in the Global Citizenship Conference at Nazareth College; after which we will design our first local on-site service project. If you'd like to reserve a spot, please sign up in the Student Center. Hurry! Spots for this conference are limited, you must sign up by Friday, January 14.


There is a NEW club at Webster Thomas! Come join the WTHS Bible Club!

We will learn more about the Bible, enjoy some cupcakes and make some new friends!

We will have our first meeting after school tomorrow in room 311.

For more information or questions, you can reach WTHS Bible Club at erogers23@webstercsd.org


Barrel of Monkeys will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15 in the chorus room!


Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

January 11, 2022

Attention Sophomores & Juniors-

Are you interested in service learning opportunities that meet an authentic need in our local & global community?

Are you wanting to get out into our community and beyond to meet individuals through hands-on service projects?

Do you wish to learn more about complex issues that impact our society?

Do you want to put your desire to serve into action?

If so, join the counselors in a kick-off to our Titan Service Scholar program- where Titan Scholars come together in group and individual service learning projects to contribute locally and globally for positive change. Our first activity will be participating in the Global Citizenship Conference at Nazareth College; after which we will design our first local on-site service project. If you'd like to reserve a spot, please sign up in the Student Center. Hurry! Spots for this conference are limited, you must sign up by Friday, January 14.


There is a NEW club at Webster Thomas! Come join the WTHS Bible Club! We will learn more about the Bible, enjoy some cupcakes and make some new friends! We will have our first meeting after school Thursday January 13th. Come join us in room 311 for some fun! For more information or questions, you can reach WTHS Bible Club at erogers23@webstercsd.org


Today's lunch is macho nacho


Student Council would like to announce the students and staff of the month for January.

9th grade - Leah Keeling

Leah has an amazingly positive attitude, when faced with challenging school work she always tries her best and is genuinely interested in learning and improving her performance. Leah is always able to see the bright side of any situation. Not only is her academic achievement outstanding, but Leah is also an extremely kind person; she greets everyone with a smile, a cheerful hello, and genuine interest in how they are doing. Leah has a positive impact on those around her, and she is certainly helping to make Thomas a better place.

10th grade - Lauryn White

Lauryn has an energy and maturity that adds so much to our school's environment. She is thoughtful and participates in class even if others don’t follow along with her. Not only does she engage with topics in class, but she also pushes herself to work hard outside of class. She is passionate about social justice and is an active member of the DREAM club. She is a gem that sticks out at Thomas High School!

11th grade - Gretchen Coffee

Gretchen is an excellent student who has taken it upon herself to participate in the independent study of art history. Gretchen shows a depth of understanding and a soulfulness that is remarkable. She easily is able to synthesize the meaning of the artist’s work and their personal story, and figure out why they do what they do. She never misses an important detail, and has made me see things in an artist’s work that I never noticed. Gretchen also supports her classmates and asks great questions after others’ presentations. It is such an honor to have Gretchen as a student of Thomas High School.

12th grade - Olivia Schieder

Olivia has been an incredibly hardworking student for the last four years, she cares deeply about the work she does, participates easily in class discussions, and cares for her classmates well-being. She does not need a lot of recognition from her peers, which makes her work stand out even more. The artwork that she is making this year is deeply personal and shows off how caring and thoughtful she is.

Staff - Molly Duell

Mrs. Duell never, ever lets anything get in the way of greeting and helping everyone she encounters in the warmest way. She is wonderful and so helpful to parents, students, and fellow staff members. She adds such a vibrant and warm feeling to the office, and we are beyond lucky to work with her!

Congratulations to each of you. Please stop by the main office to pick up your certificate and gift card.

January 10, 2022

Attention all students - The library will be closed after school today.


Attention Sophomores & Juniors-

Are you interested in service learning opportunities that meet an authentic need in our local & global community?

Are you wanting to get out into our community and beyond to meet individuals through hands-on service projects?

Do you wish to learn more about complex issues that impact our society?

Do you want to put your desire to serve into action?

If so, join the counselors in a kick-off to our Titan Service Scholar program- where Titan Scholars come together in group and individual service learning projects to contribute locally and globally for positive change. Our first activity will be participating in the Global Citizenship Conference at Nazareth College; after which we will design our first local on-site service project. If you'd like to reserve a spot, please sign up in the Student Center. Hurry! Spots for this conference are limited, you must sign up by Friday, January 14.


There is a NEW club at Webster Thomas! Come join the WTHS Bible Club! We will learn more about the Bible, enjoy some cupcakes and make some new friends! We will have our first meeting after school Thursday January 13th. Come join us in room 311 for some fun! For more information or questions, you can reach WTHS Bible Club at erogers23@webstercsd.org


Today's lunch is shrimp poppers

January 7, 2022

Attention Sophomores & Juniors-

Are you interested in service learning opportunities that meet an authentic need in our local & global community?

Are you wanting to get out into our community and beyond to meet individuals through hands-on service projects?

Do you wish to learn more about complex issues that impact our society?

Do you want to put your desire to serve into action?

If so, join the counselors in a kick-off to our Titan Service Scholar program- where Titan Scholars come together in group and individual service learning projects to contribute locally and globally for positive change. Our first activity will be participating in the Global Citizenship Conference at Nazareth College; after which we will design our first local on-site service project. If you'd like to reserve a spot, please sign up in the Student Center. Hurry! Spots for this conference are limited, you must sign up by Friday, January 14.


All are welcome to the Talent Showcase tomorrow night, 7PM, at the Schroeder auditorium. Come see the Webster Show Choir and featured performers show off their talents for a night of entertainment. Hope to see you there!!!


Come cheer on the Varsity Ice Hockey team at home tonight as they face off against McQuaid at 6:00 pm at the Webster Ice Arena.

Admission is free for Webster Students. See you there!


The JV and Varsity Boys Basketball teams take on the Brighton Bruins in the Thomas Gym tonight. JV tips off at 5:30 with the Varsity to follow. See you there!


Today's lunch is sloppy joe

January 6, 2022

There is a NEW club at Webster Thomas! Come join the WTHS Bible Club! We will learn more about the Bible, enjoy some cupcakes and make some new friends! We will have our first meeting after school Thursday January 13th. Come join us in room 311 for some fun! For more information or questions, you can reach WTHS Bible Club at erogers23@webstercsd.org


Once upon a time, far far away,

There was a land of many squares!

Now two kingdoms lived in this land of many squared,

But they could not get along…

You see…

One kingdom loved the LEFT side of twix candy bars…

The other kingdom loved the RIGHT side of twix candy bars…

Unable to peacefully resolve their differences, a battle broke out…

LEFT twix versus RIGHT twix!

Who wins this epic battle you ask???

Come to chess club and find out!


YES! IT'S CHESS CLUB!

Chess Club meets TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


All are welcome to the Talent Showcase tomorrow night, 7PM, at the Schroeder auditorium. Come see the Webster Show Choir and featured performers show off their talents for a night of entertainment. Hope to see you there!!!


Today's lunch is meatball sub

January 5, 2022

COVID testing kits will be distributed in 7th period classes today for students whose families requested them through Infinite Campus. For Juniors and Seniors without a 7th period class, please stop by your house office to pick up your kit any time today. Testing kits not picked up Wednesday will be brought to the main office for pick-up on Thursday.


There is a NEW club at Webster Thomas! Come join the WTHS Bible Club! We will learn more about the Bible, enjoy some cupcakes and make some new friends! We will have our first meeting after school Thursday January 13th. Come join us in room 311 for some fun! For more information or questions, you can reach WTHS Bible Club at erogers23@webstercsd.org


Today's lunch is tacos


Good morning Titans, it’s course request time!

Today you will receive your course request sheet- blue for 9th graders & gold for 10th and 11th graders. This is where you will indicate your course requests for next school year. During classes today and tomorrow, your teachers will discuss the course that they are recommending for you. Your teacher will initial that recommendation on your course sheet. You must bring this sheet with you to all of your classes over the next two days. In your last block class on Thursday the sheets will be collected. If you or one of your teachers are absent, don’t worry- we’ll make sure you get all the information and assistance you need.

How do you know what to choose? When considering what to take, keep in mind your interests, your plans after graduation, recommendations from trusted adults… but most importantly consider who YOU want to be as a Titan Scholar.

You do not need to make an appointment with your school counselor. Starting Monday until February break the counselors are coming to your P.E. classes to meet with you one-on-one to discuss your course requests

January 4, 2022

There will be a CARE club meeting after school today in the CARE room. Come check out the CARE club in the New Year, see what we are all about AND earn some volunteer hours. New members are always welcome!


The DREAM club will meet after school today in room 411. Hope to see you there.


There is a NEW club at Webster Thomas! Come join the WTHS Bible Club! We will learn more about the Bible, enjoy some cupcakes and make some new friends! We will have our first meeting after school Thursday January 13th. Come join us in room 311 for some fun! For more information or questions, you can reach WTHS Bible Club at erogers23@webstercsd.org


Today's lunch is pizza bagel

January 3, 2022

There will be a CARE club meeting after school on Tuesday, January 4th in the CARE room. Come check out the CARE club in the New Year, see what we are all about AND earn some volunteer hours. New members are always welcome!


Key Club will meet after school TODAY in Mrs. Donovan’s room 405.


Video Game Club is CANCELED today.

See you next Monday January 10th at 3:15 in room 432.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

December 23, 2021

Attention Webster Thomas Club Participants:

Today is the last day for activities photos for the yearbook.They will be taken in the auditorium. Check the photo schedule posted around the building or check with your club advisor.

Please be prompt for your photo. Thanks to staff for allowing students to be excused from class to take their photo.


Tonight is Senior Night for our Thomas Basketball Players and Cheerleaders. Come to the gym at 7:15pm and support our senior athletes and cheer on the team as they play against Spencerport!!


Today's lunch is Buffalo Crunchers


Good Morning Thomas, my name is Nathan Whitman and you may have been seeing these flyers up around the school. Well as you can see it's the 23rd and there will be a concert held during 5th block in the auditorium today with performances by the Jazz Ensemble and myself. It's going to be a lot of fun, it's free, you can stop in anytime, and yeah I hope I see you there. Thank you so much.

December 22, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of "Learn by Doing." It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


Attention Webster Thomas Club Participants:

Activities photos for the yearbook are today and tomorrow in the auditorium. Check the photo schedule posted around the building or check with your club advisor.

Please be prompt for your photo. Thanks to staff for allowing students to be excused from class to take their photo.


Barrel of Monkeys meets tomorrow morning at 8:15! Rehearsal will be followed by a yearbook picture in the auditorium.


Senior Night is tomorrow, December 23rd at 7:15 for our Thomas Basketball Players and Cheerleaders. Come out and support our Senior athletes, and cheer on the team as they play against Spencerport!!


Today's lunch is Burger Trash Plate

December 21, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of "Learn by Doing." It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


Attention Webster Thomas Club Participants:

Activities photos for the yearbook are this Wednesday and Thursday in the auditorium. Check the photo schedule posted around the building or check with your club advisor.

Please be prompt for your photo. Thanks to staff for allowing students to be excused from class to take their photo.


Today's lunch is Chicken Gravy Biscuit

December 20, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of "Learn by Doing." It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


The Webster Thomas SAGE club is collecting items to fill gift bags for the Center for Youth.

The Center for Youth is a place for homeless teens who have nowhere to go. They can get food, shelter & attend school while they're staying there.

Many of these teens will not have much for the holidays.

SAGE club is collecting donations of gloves, hats, small personal care items, phone chargers, gift cards, and other small items to spread a little Holiday cheer.

If you'd like to help a homeless teen, please drop your items at Ms Byrne's room, 335, in the art hall. We will be collecting & assembling gift bags on Tuesday December 21 after school.


Today's lunch is Chicken Tenders

December 17, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of "Learn by Doing." It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


The Webster Thomas SAGE club is collecting items to fill gift bags for the Center for Youth.

The Center for Youth is a place for homeless teens who have nowhere to go. They can get food, shelter & attend school while they're staying there.

Many of these teens will not have much for the holidays.

SAGE club is collecting donations of gloves, hats, small personal care items, phone chargers, gift cards, and other small items to spread a little Holiday cheer.

If you'd like to help a homeless teen, please drop your items at Ms Byrne's room, 335, in the art hall. We will be collecting & assembling gift bags on Tuesday December 21 after school.


This announcement goes out to Titans interested in learning the skills of shotgun target shooting.

The Thomas Titan Clay Target Shooting Club is having an informational meeting this Monday (Dec 20th) after school in room 302.

Coaches Christman and Tuchrello will be going over this years season plans and the club requirements.

Due to the major shortages of equipment and supplies in all areas of life, there will be important information discussed about obtaining limited shooting supplies.

Be at this meeting on Monday after school to find out about the most fun and safest high school sport in America.


Come cheer on the Varsity Hockey team at home this weekend at Webster Ice Arena! The puck drops against Greece Storm at 6 pm tonight! Saturday night they face off against Canandaigua at 7:30! Admission is free for Students- see you there!


Today's lunch is Mozzerella Cheese Sticks

December 16, 2021

T'was the week before Christmas, ...and all through the hall

The students were talking, ...whose kingdom would fall

The pieces were set, ...each in their square

Both kingdoms agreed, ...they would fight fair

And now on the board, ...the battle begins

Come join us and see, ...which kingdom wins!


YES! IT'S CHESS CLUB!


Chess club meets TODAY!!

From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


The Webster Thomas SAGE club is collecting items to fill gift bags for the Center for Youth.

The Center for Youth is a place for homeless teens who have nowhere to go. They can get food, shelter & attend school while they're staying there.

Many of these teens will not have much for the holidays.

SAGE club is collecting donations of gloves, hats, small personal care items, phone chargers, gift cards, and other small items to spread a little Holiday cheer.

If you'd like to help a homeless teen, please drop your items at Ms Byrne's room, 335, in the art hall. We will be collecting & assembling gift bags on Tuesday December 21 after school.


Webster Thomas held their December Math League meet yesterday scoring 73 points. Leading the way for the Titans was Forrest Li scoring 13 points and Aiden Penza scoring 12 points. Strong performances by Sanjana Baskar, Justin Broccolo as well as Zach Kretschmann scoring 10 points respectively. Congratulations to our top scorers . . . great job all mathletes!!!


This announcement goes out to Titans interested in learning the skills of shotgun target shooting.

The Thomas Titan Clay Target Shooting Club is having an informational meeting this Monday (Dec 20th) after school in room 302.

Coaches Christman and Tuchrello will be going over this years season plans and the club requirements.

Due to the major shortages of equipment and supplies in all areas of life, there will be important information discussed about obtaining limited shooting supplies.


Be at this meeting on Monday after school to find out about the most fun and safest high school sport in America.


Today's lunch is Chicken Tenders

December 15, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of "Learn by Doing." It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


The Webster Thomas SAGE club is collecting items to fill gift bags for the Center for Youth.

The Center for Youth is a place for homeless teens who have nowhere to go. They can get food, shelter & attend school while they're staying there.

Many of these teens will not have much for the holidays.

SAGE club is collecting donations of gloves, hats, small personal care items, phone chargers, gift cards, and other small items to spread a little Holiday cheer.

If you'd like to help a homeless teen, please drop your items at Ms Byrne's room, 335, in the art hall. We will be collecting & assembling gift bags on Tuesday December 21 after school.


Today's lunch will be cheeseburger and fries.

December 14, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of “Learn by Doing.” It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


Thomas Masterminds will practice as usual after school today, but we will also be taking our team yearbook photo.

All Official MasterMinds should meet in Mr C's room by 3:25 looking smart and professional.

Masterminds - its the varsity sport for your brain!


Today's lunch will be cheeseburger and fries.

December 13, 2021

Thomas Masterminds will practice as usual tomorrow (TUES) after school, but we will also be taking our team yearbook photo.

All Official MasterMinds should meet in Mr C's room by 3:25 looking smart and professional.

Masterminds - its the varsity sport for your brain!

See you tomorrow.


The Thomas Varsity Hockey team would like to thank the students and faculty for your generous support of the luminary ceremony at their game this weekend to celebrate and remember loved ones touched by Cancer. Your donations last week helped them raise $1000 for the American Cancer Society!


Today's lunch is Breaded Chicken Patty


We are here to tell you all about a fundraiser that the Earth Club and Mr. Stahl’s class are partnering for.


My classmates and I have been working on posters based on our favorite parks around the world. We chose a favorite park, either took or found pictures, and created works of art using Adobe Illustrator.


The Earth Club does service projects around the area, focusing on environmental cleanup and preservation, and the rich history of the National Parks fits right in with our mission. We are planning to plant a grove of trees with a bench between the school and Five Mile Line Road, but need to raise money in order to make it happen. So, we will be selling prints of all of these amazing works of art over the course of this week! Each poster is 10 by 14 inches, and only costs $10! You can see all of the posters in Mr. Stahl’s room 334, or email him or Mrs. Drury for a link to the order form online. Posters will be printed for pickup next week.


Savi: Thanks for your support, we hope to see you this week!

December 10, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of “Learn by Doing.” It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


Attention Seniors - please pay attention to your college deadlines. Any college application that is due January 1st has to have a gold sheet turned into the student center by December 10th. Please keep in mind that we are not here over winter break to process college applications .


Attention sophomores that are attending the EMCC field trip today: Please go to lunch at 10:40 which is the beginning of block 3. After lunch, at the halfway bell, please go to the auditorium to receive your program badge, bus number and further instructions. You do not need to go to block 3 just go straight to lunch.


Come support the Varsity Hockey team this Saturday when they take on rivals Webster Schroeder and raise money for Hockey Fights Cancer. Donations at the game will benefit the American Cancer Society. Players will be selling Luminary bags during lunch blocks to be displayed at the game that you can dedicate. The game will be at the Webster Ice Arena at 4:30 pm and admission is free to Webster students. Come and donate and cheer on our Titans!


Today's lunch is Buffalo Macaroni & Cheese

December 9, 2021


Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of “Learn by Doing.” It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


Attention Seniors - please pay attention to your college deadlines. Any college application that is due January 1st has to have a gold sheet turned into the student center by December 10th. Please keep in mind that we are not here over winter break to process college applications .


Want to become a TIES Volunteer?

Come learn about the TIES Program - Together Including Every Student.

Where student volunteers support peers with developmental disabilities in

attending extracurricular or community activities of mutual interests. Maybe a

football or basketball game, after school club, dance, or an activity being held at

the rec center or ‘Y’. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for

interested students after school TODAY in the cafeteria from 3:20-

4:00. This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote

friendships. Any questions, please e-mail Mrs. Maciag at tmaciag@rochester.rr.com.


Come support the Varsity Hockey team this Saturday when they take on rivals Webster Schroeder and raise money for Hockey Fights Cancer. Donations at the game will benefit the American Cancer Society. Players will be selling Luminary bags during lunch blocks to be displayed at the game that you can dedicate. The game will be at the Webster Ice Arena at 4:30 pm and admission is free to Webster students. Come and donate and cheer on our Titans!


Today's lunch is General Tso's Chicken with Veggie egg roll

December 8, 2021

Attention Seniors - please pay attention to your college deadlines. Any college application that is due January 1st has to have a gold sheet turned into the student center by December 10th. Please keep in mind that we are not here over winter break to process college applications .


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


Want to become a TIES Volunteer?

Come learn about the TIES Program - Together Including Every Student.

Where student volunteers support peers with developmental disabilities in

attending extracurricular or community activities of mutual interests. Maybe a

football or basketball game, after school club, dance, or an activity being held at

the rec center or ‘Y’. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for

interested students this Thursday, Dec 9th after school in the cafeteria from 3:20-

4:00. This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote

friendships. Any questions, please e-mail Mrs. Maciag at tmaciag@rochester.rr.com.


Today's lunch is Turkey and Gravy

December 7, 2021

Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of “Learn by Doing.” It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


Attention Seniors - please pay attention to your college deadlines. Any college application that is due January 1st has to have a gold sheet turned into the student center by December 10th. Please keep in mind that we are not here over winter break to process college applications .


There will be a CARE club meeting after school today, Tuesday, December 7th in the CARE room at 3:20. Stop in and learn what the CARE Club is all about, meet great people and earn service hours. New members are always welcome!


Todays lunch is Macho Nacho

December 6, 2021

The Jazz Band and the Jazz Ensemble will be performing tonight at 7PM in the auditorium. Come join us for some festive music.


Attention Seniors - SUNY Brockport is here on Wednesday, December 8th to meet with seniors interested in Brockport. If you have applied to Brockport or are considering applying to Brockport, sign up in your naviance account to meet the admission representative. Please look for an email from Ms. Marcello with your appointment time to come to the student center on Wednesday.


Attention Juniors - The American Legion Boys and Girls State program is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for high school juniors. It is a participatory program where each participant becomes part of the operation of their local, county and state government through the concept of “Learn by Doing.” It is a one week session in the summer. If you would like to self-nominate yourself to attend this program, please stop by the student center by Wednesday, December 22nd and give Ms Marcello your name.


Attention Seniors - please pay attention to your college deadlines. Any college application that is due January 1st has to have a gold sheet turned into the student center by December 10th. Please keep in mind that we are not here over winter break to process college applications .


There will be a CARE club meeting after school tomorrow, Tuesday, December 7th in the CARE room at 3:20. Stop in and learn what the CARE Club is all about, meet great people and earn service hours. New members are always welcome!


Today's lunch is Hot Dogs and French Fries

December 3, 2021


Congratulations again to our students and Staff of the month. Maya Rzepa, Kenyon Later, Eleanore Hamby, Nergis Tunc, and Mrs. Denise Warren. Remember to go to the Main office at some point today to pick up your certificate and gift card.


There will be a CARE club meeting after school on Tuesday, December 7th in the CARE room at 3:20. Stop in and learn what the CARE Club is all about, meet great people and earn service hours. New members are always welcome!

December 2, 2021

You are done feasting on turkey and pie!...

You feel heavy,... weighed down,... even bloated... from all you have consumed!

It is time to get back in shape!

It is time to work it off...

It is time for... (wait for it...) ...FULL CONTACT CHESS!

YES! IT'S CHESS CLUB!

Chess Club Meets TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


There will be a CARE club meeting after school on Tuesday, December 7th in the CARE room at 3:20. Stop in and learn what the CARE Club is all about, meet great people and earn service hours. New members are always welcome!


The Student Council would like to announce the Students and staff for the month of December.

In 9th grade: Maya Rzepa

Maya is an amazing reader and writer. In her class, she works well with all of her class members, and she is always willing to share her ideas and insights. In addition, Maya is always open to ideals unlike her own and works hard to brighten everyone's day.

In 10th grade: Kenyon Later

Kenyon comes to class daily with a positive attitude and great work ethic. She helps to support her peers in and outside of class. She is an active part of the Thomas community. We know you’ll Keep up the AWESOME work Kenyon!

In 11th grade: Eleanor Hamby

Eleanor is an example of a student who takes initiative, goes above and beyond, and consistently puts her best foot forward. For all the prior reasons and more, we can proudly say that Eleanor is the embodiment of what it means to be a titan who cares.

In 12th grade: Nergis Tunc

Nergis is a student who is always willing to bring her best self to class, and shows this by interacting positively with her peers. Her attitude and personality are always positive, and her actions truly inspire those around her. In addition, Nergis is a voracious reader, and we have lost count how many books she has read over the past four years at Thomas. To summarize, Nergis is one of the unique and special students we have ever come across at Thomas; we are beyond fortunate to have met her.

And Staff of the month is: Mrs. Warren

Mrs. Warren wears many hats (too many for most) and handles multiple preps and levels of students with an expertise that makes us proud to teach with her. She is able to retain her compassion and kindness even in times of chaos when others would succumb to the disarray, and as an added bonus she is an amazing human being!!!

Congratulations to the Students and Staff of the month of December. Please come to the main office today to pick up your certificate and gift card.


Today's lunch is tacos

December 1, 2021

If there are any openings left in the Winter 2022 Drivers Education program, sophomores can register tomorrow - December 2nd - at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


Student Council would like to congratulate the winners of the Turkey Hunt. Amanda, Allison, Azure and Danilee found almost all of the turkeys hiding around Thomas last week. Thank you to all who joined in the hunt.


Barrel of Monkeys rehearses tomorrow morning at 8:15. Matt, don't forget the doughnuts!


Today's lunch is meatball sub.

November 30, 2021

Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


Today's lunch is pizza bagel

November 23, 2021

Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


Video Game Club will meet Monday November 29th from 3:15 - 4:00 in room 432. Be sure to check the classroom for updates.


For any 9th grade boys interested in trying out for Modified A basketball, the season will start on Monday, November 29th at 3:45 in the field house. Please make sure to get your updated physical onto FamilyID.com.


Today's lunch is chicken biscuit & gravy

November 22, 2021

Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


Video game club is cancelled for today after school.. again, video game club is cancelled for today!

We will meet Monday November 29th from 3:15-4pm in room 432.


For any 9th grade boys interested in trying out for Modified A basketball, the season will start on Monday, November 29th at 3:45 in the field house. Please make sure to get your updated physical onto FamilyID.com.


Congratulations to our Webster Girls Swimming State team! Diver, Ashley L from Schroeder finished 21st in the state! The medley relay consisting of Vivian N, Meghan M, Nakisha D, and Claire G finished 20th in the state. The 200 freestyle relay came in 31st in the state and consisted of Claire G, Meghan M, Kylie W, and Nakisha D. Claire G swam individually in the 50 and 100 freestyle. She finished 14th in the 50 free and 9th in the 100 freestyle. Way to make Webster proud ladies!


Today's lunch is chicken tenders

November 19, 2021

Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


The Student Council invites you to go on a Turkey Hunt. Join us for a scavenger hunt to find all the turkeys that are hiding in our building. The first person in each grade to find and take a selfie with all 15 turkeys will win a target or starbucks gift card. Bring your selfies to Mrs. Nieves’ room (411) to earn your prize.


Want to become a TIES Volunteer?

Come learn about WCSD's 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 or basketball game, after school club, dance, or an activity being held at the rec center or 'Y'. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for interested students after school today from 3:20-4:00. Meet in the hallway outside the auditorium entrance.

This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote friendships.

Any questions, please e-mail Mrs. Maciag at the email address shown here.


For any 9th grade boys interested in trying out for Modified A basketball, the season will start on Monday, November 29th at 3:45 in the field house. Please make sure to get your updated physical onto FamilyID.com.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

November 18, 2021

> Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


> The Student Council invites you to go on a Turkey Hunt. Join us for a scavenger hunt to find all the turkeys that are hiding in our building. The first person in each grade to find and take a selfie with all 15 turkeys will win a target or starbucks gift card. Bring your selfies to Mrs. Nieves’ room (411) to earn your prize.


> Want to become a TIES Volunteer?

Come learn about WCSD's 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 or basketball game, after school club, dance, or an activity being held at the rec center or 'Y'. The TIES Coordinator will be presenting a training for interested students this Friday, Nov 19th, after school from 3:20-4:00. Meet in the hallway outside the auditorium entrance.

This is a rewarding way to earn service hours and in the process promote friendships.

Any questions, please e-mail Mrs. Maciag at the email address shown here.


> The battlefield lies before you...

Your adversary is poised to attack...

You must defend your kingdom, and your King!

Who will draw first blood? Who will be victorious?

If you conquer your foe, you will feast on turkey!...

The time has come to BATTLE ON THE BOARD!

YES! IT'S CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB Meets TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


> For any 9th grade boys interested in trying out for Modified A basketball, the season will start on Monday, November 29th at 3:45 in the field house. Please make sure to get your updated physical onto FamilyID.com.


> Today's lunch is chicken tenders

November 17, 2021

Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


The Student Council invites you to go on a Turkey Hunt. Join us for a scavenger hunt to find all the turkeys that are hiding in our building. The first person in each grade to find and take a selfie with all 15 turkeys will win a target or starbucks gift card. Bring your selfies to Mrs. Nieves’ room (411) to earn your prize.


The DREAM club will have its next meeting tomorrow at 8:!5 in Mrs. Nieves's room, 411. All are welcome. We will continue to meet on the first and third Thursday mornings each month. Hope to see you there!


For any 9th grade boys interested in trying out for Modified A basketball, the season will start on Monday, November 29th at 3:45 in the field house. Please make sure to get your updated physical onto FamilyID.com.


Today's lunch is Sloppy Joe

November 16, 2021

Attention sophomores - EMCC passports are due to the student center by tomorrow November 17th.


Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their monthly meet last night scoring 58 points. Leading the way for the Titans was Jack Rider scoring 14 points. Strong performances by Justin Broccolo scoring 8 points and Aiden Penza, Najla Silmi and Shalin Zerbe scoring 7 points respectively. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Today's lunch is fiestada

November 15, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


Auto Club is cancelled today. We will meet tomorrow, Tuesday November 16th, instead.


Video Game Club will be meeting today from 3:15pm- 4pm in room 432. See you there.


Anyone interested in JV or Varsity Swimming & Diving. First day of practice is today from 3:45 - 600 at the Aquatic Center. Please make sure you complete the registration form in FamilyID.


The boys cross country team placed fifth at the New York State Championships on Saturday in Binghamton. Junior Evan Lacey paced the squad with a fine 29th-place performance.


Today's lunch is chicken tenders

November 12, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


Anyone interested in JV or Varsity Swimming & Diving. First day of practice is Monday November 15th from 3:45p-6p at the Aquatic Center. Please make sure you complete the registration form in FamilyID.


Today's lunch is mac & cheese

November 10, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


The library will be closed all day today, including after school. If you need help with your Chromebook, please use the WTI door across from the student bathrooms.


Winter 2022 Drivers Education registration will begin at 8 am on November 30 for seniors and juniors. If there are any openings, sophomores can register on December 2 at 8 am. Drivers Ed at Thomas will begin on Monday, January 3 and end March 14.. The commitment is two driving lessons and two theory classes per week for 8-10 weeks. The fee is $585.

Search "drivers ed" on the webster schools webpage to register and for more details.


This message is for freshmen and sophomore Sources of Strength leaders, as well as the junior and senior leaders who have been invited to attend - A reminder that you have training today in the library periods 2-6. You will be able to attend periods 1 & 7. Please come promptly after 1st period and leave belongings in lockers.

We can't wait to work together on sharing messages of hope, help and strength!


Anyone interested is JV or Varsity Swimming & Diving. First day of practice is Monday November 15th from 3:45p-6p at the Aquatic Center. Please make sure you complete the registration form in FamilyID.


Today's lunch is macho nacho


This year Veterans Day is tomorrow and 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.


Hi I'm Michael from student council and I'd like to announce the Students and Staff of the Month for November

In 9th grade - Cassie Spencer

-Cassie has a sunny disposition that sticks out in a crowd. She participates positively in class and has exemplified the traits of a true leader in the short and chaotic start of the school year.

In 10th grade - Jibraan Ali

-Jibraan is an extremely hard working student who always has his homework completed. He follows through with his commitment to learning by taking the next step in advocating for himself by seeking help outside of class time.

In 11th grade - Henry Compton

-Henry has shown AMAZING growth since 9th grade, becoming a hard working, kind and respectful young man. He is eager to learn and goes above and beyond what is expected of him. The growth he has shown goes far beyond our expectation; Henry has developed into a Titan who cares and has consistently shown cooperation, accountability, respect and EXCELLENCE!

In 12th grade - Steven Zielke

- Steven walks into the classroom with a smile and emanates positive vibes. He demonstrates kindness, support and encouragement to those around him, but most importantly he demonstrates leadership through his motivational speeches and optimistic energy. We are thankful for Steven's presence in class!

The Staff member of the month is Mrs. Cannarozzo

-Mrs. Cannarozzo is a Teaching Assistant who supports the Earth Science and Math departments both during the day as well as after school. She knows her students well and supports them in their learning. She keeps in contact with the science and math teams with updates regarding our students and works hard to keep them on track with homework and labs. Mrs. Cannarozzo is a truly invaluable resource who helps support all of us every day in multiple ways.

November 9, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


The library will be closed after school today.


Attention junior and senior Sources leaders, we will be holding a Fall Kickoff meeting this afternoon in the library! Join us as we reunite and begin planning our first campaign - I Am Stronger!

Freshmen and sophomores - If you haven't already turned in your permission form and would like to participate, please do so today!


Anyone interested is JV or Varsity Swimming & Diving. First day of practice is Monday November 15th from 3:45p-6p at the Aquatic Center. Please make sure you complete the registration form in FamilyID.


Today's lunch is turkey and gravy

November 8, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

Due to high interest there will be another informational meeting on Tuesday November 9th from 6:30pm-7:15pm.

Be sure to RSVP for your registration and to receive the meeting link. Spots are limited so register today!

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions.


If you are a freshman or sophomore and received an invitation to participate in Sources of Strength and would like to learn more before joining, consider attending an informational session today during lunches in room 144.


Earth Club is hosting a beach cleanup at Durand Beach today at 4pm. Park in the lot across from Log Cabin Road by the Castle. Bring a pair of gloves and a trash bag. Let's help protect the coastline of Lake Ontario!


For any boys interested in playing JV or varsity basketball, there will be a mandatory meeting with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett TODAY! The meeting will take place right after school in room 214.


Attention all GIRLS in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in playing JV or Varsity basketball. There will be an informational meeting today after school in the West Cafeteria. If you have any questions see Coach Charno in room 128.


Congratulations to our lakers swim team this weekend in their sectional meet. Congratulations to Hannah U. for receiving the sportsmanship award individually. Webster Schroeders Claire G. was also recognized as Division 1 swimmer of the year. Our divers Ahsley and Emma competed 1 week ago. Emma placed 7th and Ashley placed 3rd which earned her a place on our state team! The team placed 4th overall in the Class A section and received the Sportsmanship award. Good Luck to our state team with Nakisha D, Meghan M, Vivian N, Kylie W, Claire G, and Ashley L!


The boys cross country team won the Section Five Class A title on Saturday, coming back late in the race to overtake and edge Fairport by four points. Juniors Connor Thomas and Evan Lacey placed in the top 10, while seniors JJ Montemaro and Jalen Morales, and sophomore Jerry Lewis, closed the door on the Red Raiders.

The girls cross country team placed fifth at sectionals. Sophomore Natalia Seremetis finished 17th overall.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

November 5, 2021

Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

Due to high interest there will be another informational meeting on Tuesday November 9th from 6:30pm-7:15pm.

Be sure to RSVP for your registration and to receive the meeting link. Spots are limited so register today!

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions.

Reminder: Video Game Club will meet Monday November 8th from 3:15-4pm in room 432.

We are still accepting new members, if you are interested, please join us on Monday.

Attention Model UN: We will meet in the front hallway today to leave for the conference at 2:15. You should be dressed appropriately and have everything you need with you.

Attention all freshmen and sophomores who have been invited to participate in Sources of Strength. If you have looked through your materials and still have questions, consider attending an informational session on Monday during lunches (periods 3,4 & 5) in room 144. A reminder that permission forms should be turned in by Tuesday morning.

For any boys interested in playing JV or varsity basketball, there will be a mandatory meeting with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett on Monday, November 8th. The meeting will take place right after school in room 214.

Attention all GIRLS in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in playing JV or Varsity basketball. There will be an informational meeting on Monday, November 8th after school in the West Cafeteria. If you have any questions see Coach Charno in room 128.

November 4, 2021

Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

Due to high interest there will be another informational meeting on Tuesday November 9th from 6:30pm-7:15pm.

Be sure to RSVP for your registration and to receive the meeting link. Spots are limited so register today!

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions.


Reminder: Video Game Club will meet Monday November 8th from 3:15-4pm in room 432.

We are still accepting new members, if you are interested, please join us on Monday.


Attention Model UN: We will meet in the front hallway today to leave for the conference at 2:15. You should be dressed appropriately and have everything you need with you.


Attention all freshmen and sophomores who have been invited to participate in Sources of Strength. If you have looked through your materials and still have questions, consider attending an informational session on Monday during lunches (periods 3,4 & 5) in room 144. A reminder that permission forms should be turned in by Tuesday morning.


For any boys interested in playing JV or varsity basketball, there will be a mandatory meeting with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett on Monday, November 8th. The meeting will take place right after school in room 214.


Attention all GIRLS in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in playing JV or Varsity basketball. There will be an informational meeting on Monday, November 8th after school in the West Cafeteria. If you have any questions see Coach Charno in room 128.

November 3, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


Are you interested in learning about and educating others on different cultures? Do you want a safe space to discuss topics of race, gender, culture and equity? Do you want to make Thomas a more welcoming environment for all people and positively impact our community?

[Slide 2]

If so, join DREAM club. You can join our google classroom for more information. Our next meeting will be tomorrow morning in room 411 before school. If you have any questions you can see Mrs. Nieves, Mrs. Donovan or email Nora Mahoney at the email on the screen.

Hope to see you there!


For any boys interested in playing JV or varsity basketball, there will be a mandatory meeting with Coach Coles and Coach Barrett on Monday, November 8th. The meeting will take place right after school in room 214.


Webster Boys Volleyball advanced to the sectional semifinals with a quarterfinal win over Brighton last night, with Dan Klimatchev and Evan Lukasiewicz tallying 11 and 9 kills respectively, while Joey Preische and Griffin Monrad each totaled seven. The defense was led by Zach Zian's 12 digs and Doug Chandler's 6 blocks. Bodey Groff distributed 33 assists and Nick Ange added six more. Webster heads into the semis with a 13-5 record and will face Victor this Saturday, 5:00pm in Penfield.


Attention all GIRLS in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in playing JV or Varsity basketball. There will be an informational meeting on Monday, November 8th after school in the West Cafeteria. If you have any questions see Coach Charno in room 128.


Sources of Strength focuses on building and practicing a Community of Strength- a community that is diverse and resilient and inclusive and effective for all.


This month we are focusing on "I Am Stronger", it's a campaign that focuses on helping students in our school to be able to identify stressors they face, challenges they have overcome, and the Strengths that helped them in the midst of hard things.


Today's lunch is cheese burgers and fries.

November 2, 2021

The monthly CARE club meeting will be held TODAY, after school in the Care Room at 3:20. The Care Room is located by the West Cafe. All are welcome!


Are you interested in learning about and educating others on different cultures? Do you want a safe space to discuss topics of race, gender, culture and equity? Do you want to make Thomas a more welcoming environment for all people and positively impact our community?

[Slide 2]

If so, join DREAM club. You can join our google classroom for more information. Our next meeting will be this Thursday november 4th in room 411 before school. If you have any questions you can see Mrs. Nieves, Mrs. Donovan or email Nora Mahoney at the email on the screen.

Hope to see you there!


Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the West Cafe at 3:30. No experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom F3aqzeq.


Students interested in joining the Alpine Ski Team please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the senior lounge across from the gym at 3:30 pm. No race experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom bfvbjfu.

November 1, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


The monthly CARE club meeting will be held Tuesday, November 2nd after school in the Care Room at 3:20. The Care Room is located by the West Cafe. All are welcome!


Model UN will meet Monday after school. This is our last meeting before the HIlton conference. Please come if you plan on attending the conference at Hilton next week, or stop by and see Miss Yang to pick up some important papers.


Video Game Club will meet today Monday November 1st from 3:15-4pm. In room 432.

Our next meeting will be Monday November 8th from 3:15-4pm. If you have not joined the classroom yet please do so using the code: uoyleeo for updates.



Attention Earth Club, today's cleanup event has been postponed until next Monday. See you next week


Are you interested in learning about and educating others on different cultures? Do you want a safe space to discuss topics of race, gender, culture and equity? Do you want to make Thomas a more welcoming environment for all people and positively impact our community?

If so, join DREAM club. You can join our google classroom for more information. Our next meeting will be this Thursday november 4th in room 411 before school. If you have any questions you can see Mrs. Nieves, Mrs. Donovan or email Nora Mahoney.

Hope to see you there!


Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the West Cafe at 3:30. No experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom F3aqzeq.


Students interested in joining the Alpine Ski Team please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the senior lounge across from the gym at 3:30 pm. No race experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom bfvbjfu.


On October 31st, 2021, the Webster Marching Band competed in the New York State Field Band Conference's annual championship competition in the Syracuse Dome. Webster was named state champions for the first time in 31 years! They received the first-place plaque and the NYS governor's cup. Webster has consistently placed #1 in their division for 8 straight weeks in a row. Please congratulate all of the students on their achievements this season.


Sources of Strength is back and our team cannot wait to introduce our new campaign called, "I am Stronger".

October 29, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


The monthly CARE club meeting will be held Tuesday, November 2nd after school in the Care Room at 3:20. The Care Room is located by the West Cafe. All are welcome!


Model UN will meet Monday after school. This is our last meeting before the HIlton conference. Please come if you plan on attending the conference at Hilton next week, or stop by and see Miss Yang to pick up some important papers.


Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the West Cafe at 3:30. No experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom F3aqzeq.


Students interested in joining the Alpine Ski Team please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the senior lounge across from the gym at 3:30 pm. No race experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom bfvbjfu.


Today's lunch is bosco cheese sticks

October 28, 2021

Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-person EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


Attention all students taking AP classes - Please make sure you are completely registered for your Advanced Placement class and exam.

Payment is due right now and can be paid through MY SCHOOLBUCKS website. Please make sure payment is made by Friday, October 29 to avoid a $40 late fee. Visit the Gold House with any questions.


The monthly CARE club meeting will be held Tuesday, November 2nd after school in the Care Room at 3:20. The Care Room is located by the West Cafe. All are welcome!


The battlefield lies before you...

Your adversary is poised to attack...

You must defend your kingdom, and your King!

Who will draw first blood? Who will be victorious?

The time has come to BATTLE ON THE BOARD!


YES! IT'S CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB Meets TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID! There will be a meeting in Google Meet tomorrow at 7pm. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org


Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the West Cafe at 3:30. No experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom F3aqzeq.


Students interested in joining the Alpine Ski Team please come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the senior lounge across from the gym at 3:30 pm. No race experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom bfvbjfu.


Today's lunch is french toast sticks

October 27, 2021

Due to the supply chain shortage on food items within our community, some of our menu items are subject to change due to availability. Please reach out to the Food Service Department with any questions or concerns. We thank you for your patience.


Attention Sophomores: Any sophomore interested in the Eastern Monroe Career Center programs, you must attend the in-peron EMCC visit on December 10th. Passports are available in the student center and are due back by November 17th. Pick yours up today.


Attention all students taking AP classes - Please make sure you are completely registered for your Advanced Placement class and exam.

Payment is due right now and can be paid through MY SCHOOLBUCKS website. Please make sure payment is made by Friday, October 29 to avoid a $40 late fee. Visit the Gold House with any questions.


School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


Barrel of Monkeys will rehearse tomorrow morning at 8:15 in the chorus room. New members are always welcome. Alex, don't forget the doughnuts!!!


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID! There will be a meeting in Google Meet tomorrow at 7pm. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org


Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the West Cafe at 3:30. No experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom F3aqzeq.


Any student interested in participating in indoor track should attend the indoor track preseason meeting today in the North Cafeteria at 3:30.


Today's lunch is tacos

October 26, 2021

Due to the supply chain shortage on food items within our community, some of our menu items are subject to change due to availability. Please reach out to the Food Service Department with any questions or concerns. We thank you for your patience.


If you are a junior or senior, and would like to get a parking permit, a Safe Driving Seminar will be offered today here at Thomas from 3:30 to 5:30 in the auditorium. No sign up is necessary


Masterminds will hold its first meeting after school today in room 302. All are welcome. We hope to see you there.


Students interested in participating in this year's Thomas Ski and Snowboard club. Information sheet will be available in the hallway by the CARE room. You can also join the google classroom with the code gk3br5j. Any question be sure to see Mr. Crombach in the Technology wing.


Attention Video Game Club participants, we will meet today from 3:15-4:00pm. You will be able to take the late bus home.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID! There will be a meeting in Google Meet on October 28th at 7pm. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org


Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informational meeting on Tuesday November 2nd. The meeting will be held in the West Cafe at 3:30. No experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom F3aqzeq.


There will be an indoor track preseason meeting on Wednesday in the North Cafeteria at 3:30.--


Today's lunch is pizza bagel

October 25, 2021

If you are a junior or senior, and would like to get a parking permit, a Safe Driving Seminar will be offered tomorrow here at Thomas from 3:30 to 5:30 in the auditorium. No sign up is necessary


Due to the supply chain shortage on food items within our community, some of our menu items are subject to change due to availability. Please reach out to the Food Service Department with any questions or concerns. We thank you for your patience.


Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

There will be an informational meeting tonight at 7pm.

Be sure to scan the QR code on the slide, copy the text and message it to your parents to RSVP for the meeting link.

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions


ARTISTS!!! today is the day - art club informational meeting from 3:20- 3:45 in Mr. Stahl's room!


Masterminds will hold its first meeting after school tomorrow in room 302. Stop in and see Mr. Christman after school of you have any questions.


Students interested in participating in this year's Thomas Ski and Snowboard club. Information sheet will be available in the hallway by the CARE room. You can also join the google classroom with the code gk3br5j. Any question be sure to see Mr. Crombach in the Technology wing.


Attention video game club members...we will need to meet this week on Tuesday October 26th from 3:15-4:00pm instead of Thursday as originally planned. You will be able to take the late bus home. Please check the Google Classroom for updates.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID! There will be a meeting in Google Meet on October 28th at 7pm. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org


Anyone interested in joining the Cross Country Ski Team come to an informational meeting on Tuesday 11/2. The meeting will be held in the West Cafe at 3:30. No experience necessary to join the team. If you can't make the meeting go to google classroom F3aqzeq.


What an incredible weekend for our Cheer Program! Varsity, JV and Modified took first place in each of their divisions. JV won Grand Champs of the morning, and Varsity overall Grand Champs! Congratulations to these amazing athletes!!


There will be an indoor track preseason meeting on Wednesday in the North Cafeteria at 3:30.--


This weekend the Webster Marching Band performed at Greece Olympia where they earned a score that keeps them as the first place band in their state division for a 7th week in a row . Please wish them all good luck as they will compete in the Syracuse Dome on Sunday for their championship performance. We plan to win big!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

October 22, 2021

If you are a junior or senior, and would like to get a parking permit, a Safe Driving Seminar will be offered Tuesday, October 26th here at Thomas from 3:30 to 5:30 in the auditorium. No sign up is necessary


Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

There will be an informational meeting on Monday October 25th at 7pm.

Be sure to scan the QR code on the slide, copy the text and message it to your parents to RSVP for the meeting link.

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions


Attention all artists! ART CLUB is finally starting!!! We will have our first meeting on Monday, October 25th, in Mr. Stahl's room - 334.

The meeting will run from 3:20-3:45, and we will talk all about the mural work that we will be doing. If you love to paint, or want to partake in working on a mural around school, please join us!


Masterminds will hold its first meeting after school on Tuesday, October 26th in room 302. Stop in and see Mr. Christman after school of you have any questions.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their first home Math League meet of the season scoring 65 points. Leading the way for the Titans was Nora Mahoney scoring 11 points. Strong performances by Rain Li, Jack Rider, Aiden Penza as well as Najla Slimi scoring 10 points respectively. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Unified Bowling will begin next week. We need partners to bowl with our team. Bowling skills are optional, but the desire to have fun is required.

The season is short. It will run from October 26th through November 16th. Contact Peter Bertram or stop by room 142 for more information.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID! There will be a meeting in Google Meet on October 28th at 7pm. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org


Webster Boys Volleyball completed their regular season with a win over Canandaigua in five sets last night, with junior Evan Lukasiewicz contributing 15 kills and 9 digs. Griffin Monrad added 5 aces to go with his 8 kills, while Ethan Williams and Dan Klimatchev put away 14 and 10 kills respectively. Bodey Groff and Nick Ange combined for 47 assists and Johnny Quinn tallied 6 blocks. Webster heads into sectionals with a 12-5 record.


Today's lunch is pizza crunchers and buffalo crunchers

October 21, 2021

If you are a junior or senior, and would like to get a parking permit, a Safe Driving Seminar will be offered Tuesday, October 26th here at Thomas from 3:30 to 5:30 in the auditorium. No sign up is necessary


Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

There will be an informational meeting on Monday October 25th at 7pm.

Be sure to scan the QR code on the slide, copy the text and message it to your parents to RSVP for the meeting link.

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions


Attention all artists! ART CLUB is finally starting!!! We will have our first meeting on Monday, October 25th, in Mr. Stahl's room - 334.

The meeting will run from 3:20-3:45, and we will talk all about the mural work that we will be doing. If you love to paint, or want to partake in working on a mural around school, please join us!


Are you fascinated by the heavens?

Do you gaze at the night sky and wonder, how did we get here?

Why do stars exist?

How did the universe come into existence?

Well, if you do, then the Astronomy club is perfect for you!

We will conduct some fascinating research and even some rocketry near the end of the year.

We will try to answer all the questions you have about the celestial plane.

Our first meeting will be held today in room 141.

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

If you have any questions, you can contact Rajbir Saini at the email address shown here.

Bring a friend if you’d like! All are welcome.


Here we go again....It's ON !

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club meets TODAY!!

From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Masterminds will hold its first meeting after school on Tuesday, October 26th in room 302. Stop in and see Mr. Christman after school of you have any questions.


Attention Mountain bikers, due to the wet conditions, we will not be riding today. We will plan on riding next Thursday.


All Student-athletes interested in playing ice hockey this year.

There will be an informational meeting TODAY at 3:45 in the South Cafe. If you can not attend the meeting let Coach Evans know.


Unified Bowling will begin next week. We need partners to bowl with our team. Bowling skills are optional, but the desire to have fun is required.

The season is short. It will run from October 26th through November 16th. Contact Peter Bertram or stop by room 142 for more information.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID! There will be a meeting in Google Meet on October 28th at 7pm. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org


Webster Boys Volleyball defeated Rush-Henrietta last night, with junior Evan Lukasiewicz contributing 10 kills and 10 digs. Ethan Williams continued his monster serving with 5 aces to go with his 7 kills, while Johnny Quinn tallied 4 kills and 4 aces. Webster travels to Canandaigua tonight in a duel of two 11-5 teams.


Today's lunch is Toasted cheese

October 20, 2021

Are you creative? Thinking about a career in art? If so, come hear from two thomas AP art alumni about their amazing jobs in design fields. Presentations will take place 4th period Thursday and Friday in Mr. Stahl’s room, 334. Signed passes are mandatory, so come see any art teacher today!--


School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

There will be an informational meeting on Monday October 25th at 7pm.

Be sure to scan the QR code on the slide, copy the text and message it to your parents to RSVP for the meeting link.

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions


Do you know the capital city of Senegal?

Can you name all 4 members of the Beatles?

Could you figure out the angles of a 3-4-5 triangle?

Who's the highest scoring basketball player, or the winner of the World Series last year?

Then MasterMinds is the team for you.

MasterMinds is a competitive game similar to Jeopardy and we have a team right here at Thomas.

We compete as a team against other schools in the area ...

We are very casual and its a LOT of fun.

Masterminds meets only once a week and competes about 5 times this year.

Practice schedule is very flexible, so come flex your brain a little.

We have openings for players with all areas of knowledge from History, Science, Pop-culture, Music and the Arts, Sports and even Bible knowledge. Anything under the Sun - and even about the Sun!

Masterminds even offers College Scholarships

Stop by Mr. Christman's room 302 on TUESDAY Oct 26th after school to learn more and consider joining.

Come see if MasterMinds is for you or Contact Mr. Christman ANY DAY after school if you're interested and can't make it on Tuesday.

Masterminds - It's The Sport for your brain!


Attention all artists! ART CLUB is finally starting!!! We will have our first meeting on Monday, October 25th, in Mr. Stahl's room - 334.

The meeting will run from 3:20-3:45, and we will talk all about the mural work that we will be doing. If you love to paint, or want to partake in working on a mural around school, please join us!


Are you fascinated by the heavens?

Do you gaze at the night sky and wonder, how did we get here?

Why do stars exist?

How did the universe come into existence?

Well, if you do, then the Astronomy club is perfect for you!

We will conduct some fascinating research and even some rocketry near the end of the year.

We will try to answer all the questions you have about the celestial plane.

Our first meeting will be held tomorrow, Thursday, October 21st in room 141.

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

If you have any questions, you can contact Rajbir Saini at the email address shown here.

Bring a friend if you’d like! All are welcome.


All Student-athletes interested in playing ice hockey this year.

There will be an informational meeting tomorrow at 3:45 in the South Cafe. If you can not attend the meeting let Coach Evans know.


Unified Bowling will begin next week. We need partners to bowl with our team. Bowling skills are optional, but the desire to have fun is required.

The season is short. It will run from October 26th through November 16th. Contact Peter Bertram or stop by room 142 for more information.


The boys cross country team completed an undefeated regular season last night at Harris Whalen Park, defeating division foes Brighton and Churchville-Chili. In the process, the Titans - ranked fourth in New York State in Class A - won the Monroe County Division 2 title. Junior Connor Thomas placed second overall, while senior JJ Montemaro was fourth.

The girls cross country - ranked 21st in the state - lost tight contests to state-ranked Brighton and Churchville-Chili. Sophomore Natalia Seremetis had a strong fourth-place showing for the Titans.


Today's lunch is Pasta with sauce

October 19, 2021

Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

There will be an informational meeting on Monday October 25th at 7pm.

Be sure to scan the QR code on the slide, copy the text and message it to your parents to RSVP for the meeting link.

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions


Do you know the capital city of Senegal?

Can you name all 4 members of the Beatles?

Could you figure out the angles of a 3-4-5 triangle?

Who's the highest scoring basketball player, or the winner of the World Series last year?

Then MasterMinds is the team for you.

MasterMinds is a competitive game similar to Jeopardy and we have a team right here at Thomas.

We compete as a team against other schools in the area ...

We are very casual and its a LOT of fun.

Masterminds meets only once a week and competes about 5 times this year.

Practice schedule is very flexible, so come flex your brain a little.

We have openings for players with all areas of knowledge from History, Science, Pop-culture, Music and the Arts, Sports and even Bible knowledge. Anything under the Sun - and even about the Sun!

Masterminds even offers College Scholarships

Stop by Mr. Christman's room 302 on TUESDAY Oct 26th after school to learn more and consider joining.

Come see if MasterMinds is for you or Contact Mr. Christman ANY DAY after school if you're interested and can't make it on Tuesday.

Masterminds - It's The Sport for your brain!


Attention all artists! ART CLUB is finally starting!!! We will have our first meeting on Monday, October 25th, in Mr. Stahl's room - 334.

The meeting will run from 3:20-3:45, and we will talk all about the mural work that we will be doing. If you love to paint, or want to partake in working on a mural around school, please join us!


Today is the day! Best Buddies is back and we want you to join us. Please meet in the north cafeteria from 3:20 to 4 o’clock. We will be decorating pumpkins and getting to know each other more. Questions, see Mrs. Green in room 340.


All Student-athletes interested in playing ice hockey this year.

There will be an informational meeting on Thursday October 21 at 3:45 in the South Cafe. If you can not attend the meeting let Coach Evans know.


Webster Boys Volleyball swept Churchville-Chili on senior night last night, with senior Johnny Quinn delivering 8 kills. Seniors Dan Klimatchev and Ethan Williams tallied 8 and 11 kills respectively on Nick Ange and Bodey Groff's combined 29 assists. Webster hosts Rush-Henrietta at the Schroeder gym Wednesday at 7:30pm...hope to see you there.


Today's lunch is Meatball sub

October 18, 2021

Attention all students taking AP classes - Please make sure you are completely registered for your Advanced Placement class and exam.

Payment is due right now and can be paid through MY SCHOOLBUCKS website. Please make sure payment is made by Friday, October 29 to avoid a $40 late fee. Visit the Gold House with any questions.


Attention Juniors!!!!

Do you have 2 or more Technology credits and are considering a career in a technological field?

You won't want to miss the opportunity to go to Japan. The trip is planned for April Break of 2023, your Senior year. The trip will be for Robotics, Automation, Engineering and to experience Cities of the Future.

There will be an informational meeting on Monday October 25th at 7pm.

Be sure to scan the QR code on the slide, copy the text and message it to your parents to RSVP for the meeting link.

See Mrs. DeWitte in room 432 if you have any questions


Model UN will meet tomorrow, Tuesday October 19, NOT Monday October 18. This meeting is for anyone attending the Hilton conference. See Miss Yang if you cannot attend


Reminder:

Video Game Club will meet today from 3:15pm- 3:50pm in room 432.

You will be able to take the late bus home.


Titans and Dragons, the Thomas Dungeons and Dragons club, is having their first meeting today, after school, in the South Cafe. Come join us for this informational meeting before we start rolling dice and slaying monsters next week.


Best Buddies is Back!!!! Please join us Tuesday from 3:20 - 4:00 to paint pumpkins as a get to know each other. We will be in the cafeteria and will end in time for the late bus home. Questions, please see Mrs. Green in room 340


All Student-athletes interested in playing ice hockey this year.

There will be an informational meeting on Thursday October 21 at 3:45 in the South Cafe. If you can not attend the meeting let Coach Evans know.


Over the Weekend the Webster Marching Band took first place against Orchard Park and West Seneca in Victor. This keeps the Webster Marching band in the number one spot in their division. This weekend the band will be in Greece and the following weekend they will compete in the Syracuse dome for their championship show. Wish them luck in their last 2 weeks of the season!


On Friday, Cassie Spencer faced a Rush Henrietta player for the opportunity to go to the next level tournament on the path to the New York State Tennis tournament.

It took 3 sets (6-7, 6-4, 6-4 and lasted until almost 8:00 PM), and she won. Cassie plays again next Wednesday morning in the Section V State Qualifier tournament. Congratulations Cassie!


Hi, everyone. My name is Najla and I'm the President of Rotary Interact, our school's community service club. We'd love to get some help with the events we're bringing back this year, including the Thomas Trick or Treat event and Zoo Boo. If you're interested in learning more, join our google classroom with the code shown here (7wwyhvo) for event updates and meeting dates. We appreciate all the help we're getting from members this year, and we can't wait to see some new faces at our next meeting!


Today's lunch is chicken tenders


October 15, 2015

Reminder.....picture makeup day is today during all lunch blocks. SENIORS, if you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Attention all students taking AP classes - Please make sure you are completely registered for your Advanced Placement class and exam.

Payment is due right now and can be paid through MY SCHOOLBUCKS website. Please make sure payment is made by Friday, October 29 to avoid a $40 late fee. Visit the Gold House with any questions.


Juniors - if you are taking the P S A T tomorrow morning, please bring #2 wood pencils, your ID, a snack and a calculator. We do not provide calculators. If you come without a calculator, you will have to test without one. Please arrive for the exam at 7:30.


Model UN will meet Tuesday October 19, NOT Monday October 18. This meeting is for anyone attending the Hilton conference. See Miss Yang if you cannot attend


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

October 14, 2021

Reminder.....picture makeup day is tomorrow during all lunch blocks. SENIORS!! If you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Attention all students taking AP classes - Please make sure you are completely registered for your Advanced Placement class and exam.

Payment is due right now and can be paid through MY SCHOOLBUCKS website. Please make sure payment is made by Friday, October 29 to avoid a $40 late fee. Visit the Gold House with any questions.


The DREAM club will be selling pulseras and bolistas during lunch blocks outside of the cafeteria this week.


Reminder: Video Game Club will meet after school TODAY from 3:15pm-3:50pm in room 432 (Mrs. DeWitte's room). If you plan to bring your game system, you may drop it off before the first period to room 432.

If you cannot make this meeting, next week we will meet on Monday October 18th from 3:15pm-3:50pm in room 432.


Attention Model UNers; Tomorrow is the last day to turn in your money to MIss Yang if you want to go to the Hilton conference. If you do not turn in money by tomorrow, you will not be allowed to go


It's ON !...

CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

Chess club meets TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Congratulations to our Thomas Varsity Cheerleaders for winning First Place in their division AND Grand Champions at the Hilton cheerleading competition last night!! Awesome job girls!!


Webster Boys Volleyball traveled to Brighton last night and won in a three game sweep, with Griffin Monrad dominating on service with 7 aces as part of his team high 17 service points. Dan Klimatchev and Joey Preische tallied 6 kills apiece, while Ethan Williams contributed 9 kills in just two games. Nick Ange distributed 27 assists and Evan Lukasiewicz protected the back line with ten huge digs. Webster hosts Fairport at the Schroeder gym Friday at 7:00pm...hope to see you there.


Today's lunch is gourmet chicken tenders

October 13, 2021

School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, will meet today at 3:30 in Room 255.

Please bring $12.00 cash or check payable to Webster Thomas FBLA for state and national dues.

If you are interested in a leadership role, make sure to bring a statement why and be ready to present.


Picture makeup day is Friday, October 15 during all lunch blocks. SENIORS!! If you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Eating is no longer allowed in the Media Center. This means no lunches or snacks. Water bottles are permitted.


The DREAM club will be selling pulseras and bolistas during lunch blocks outside of the cafeteria this week.


Reminder: Video Game Club will meet Thursday October 14th from 3:15pm-3:50pm in room 432 (Mrs. DeWitte's room). If you plan to bring your game system, you may drop it off before the first period to room 432.

If you cannot make this meeting, next week we will meet on Monday October 18th from 3:15pm-3:50pm in room 432.


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


The cross country teams took on five other teams in a sub-varsity meet at Webster Park last night. The girls got a fine fourth-place performance from junior Sara Rogers, while senior Telaney Kilian placed ninth. The boys were led by sophomore Mark Fountain in sixth place and freshman Massimo Picca who finished 10th.


This past weekend the Webster Marching Band hosted a New York State Field Band Conference competition at Webster Schroeder's Stadium. Webster earned a score this week that gave them a lead above the 9 other schools in their division making this the FIFTH WEEK IN A ROW of them being the number 1 band in their division.

This weekend Webster will travel to Victor NY where they will compete against West Seneca HS and Orchard Park HS. Wish them luck when you see them this week.


Today's lunch is pulled pork with onion rings

October 12, 2021

Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, will meet tomorrow, October 13 at 3:30 in Room 255.

Please bring $12.00 cash or check payable to Webster Thomas FBLA for state and national dues.

If you are interested in a leadership role, make sure to bring a statement why and be ready to present.


Picture makeup day is Friday, October 15 during all lunch blocks. SENIORS!! If you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Eating is no longer allowed in the Media Center. This means no lunches or snacks. Water bottles are permitted.


The DREAM club will be selling pulseras and bolistas during lunch blocks outside of the cafeteria this week.


Today's lunch is fiestada. Just a reminder that breakfast and lunch are free this school year.

October 8, 2021

What a great spirit week! It is great to see all the class colors today. First block teachers please count your students that have dressed in their class color and submit the google form in your email.

Here are our current standings for Spirit week class competitions:

In 4th place - the seniors

In 3rd - Sophomores

In 2nd - freshman

And in first place - the juniors!

Today holds a lot of points for our Spirit Week Class competitions. Murals, Class T-shirts and Can Jam will be judged this morning. All of these results will be announced at the pep rally this afternoon.

If you are participating in any pep rally events make sure you have your field access pass from your class advisers.


Attention Sophomores!

Pep Rally Rosters have been posted on Google Classroom, Remind, and are posted outside of room 339.

If you have been selected for a team, please come to room 339 for a pass which will allow you onto the field.

If you still need a class T-shirt, please come to room 339.


Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, will meet on Wednesday, October 13 at 3:30 in Room 255.

Please bring $12.00 cash or check payable to Webster Thomas FBLA for state and national dues.

If you are interested in a leadership role, make sure to bring a statement why and be ready to present.


Picture makeup day is Friday, October 15 during all lunch blocks. SENIORS!! If you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Eating is no longer allowed in the Media Center. This means no lunches or snacks. Water bottles are permitted.


Capture the savings by ordering your yearbook today!

Time goes by fast from sports to dances and all the fun times along the way. Capture the memories in the yearbook. Order now to get the lowest price of the year. Only $65 if ordered by today.


Did you know October 3rd-9th is Mental Illness Awareness Week?

Mental Illness Awareness Week is a week where we recognize the efforts to educate and increase awareness about mental illness within communities.

Mental Illness, which affects approximately 20% of high school students, is defined as a wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking, and behavior in negative ways.

In honor of this week, we’d like to provide a list of resources and organizations to reach out to if you believe you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, or simply just to find ways to help spread awareness and learn more about this topic in our community.


Webster Boys Volleyball upset division-leading Penfield in five hard-fought sets Thursday night, with Zach Zian connecting on 4 aces as part of his team high 16 service points. Ethan Williams and Dan Klimatchev lead the offense with 12 and 10 kills respectively, while Joey Preische pounded 8 kills. Bodey Groff distributed 32 assists and Griffin Monrad led the front row defense with 4 blocks. Webster travels to Brighton on Wednesday, then hosts Fairport at the Schroeder gym next Friday at 7:00pm...hope to see you there.


Today's lunch is bosco cheese sticks

October 7, 2021

It’s throwback Thursday. First block teachers please count your students that have dressed in their decade and submit the google form in your email.

Can Jam is still a battle between the seniors and juniors. Remember to bring in your donations for The Goodness Initiative and place them in your own class bin. You can bring in a variety of items, fliers are posted around school with information First class to reach the ceiling or the highest stack by 3rd block tomorrow will win this competition and be a great help to our community.

The Homecoming dance is this tonight from 7-9 pm in the courtyard. Tickets are on sale today during lunch for $5 at the student council table near the cafeterias.

T-bird shirts are also available for pick up outside of the gym. There are extra shirts for purchase if you didn’t pre-order.

Student Council is looking for help with decorations for the homecoming dance. If you can donate white christmas lights or help us after school today please see Ms. Warner, Mrs. LaRocco or Mrs. Nieves for more information. We can sign off on volunteer hours.

Tomorrow is class color day. We're looking forward to seeing which classes will earn points for our final day of spirit week having the largest percentage of their grade dress in theme. Results will be announced at the pep rally tomorrow.

There will be a special schedule tomorrow and we will have our pep rally out in the stadium at the end of the day. If you are participating in any pep rally events make sure you have your field pass from your class advisers.


Seniors you can pick up your t-shirt and sign up for pep rally games before school or during most blocks by the cafeteria Tuesday through Thursday this week. Find a class officer: Conor, Julian, Sofie, Carolyn, or Jalen for more information. Go Class of 2022!


Attention seniors...We are meeting after school today to decorate the senior hallway for spirit week!

Any seniors willing to help can meet in the senior lounge after school.


Picture makeup day is Friday, October 15 during all lunch blocks. SENIORS!! If you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Eating is no longer allowed in the Media Center. This means no lunches or snacks. Water bottles are permitted.


Capture the savings by ordering your yearbook today!

Time goes by fast from sports to dances and all the fun times along the way. Capture the memories in the yearbook. Order now to get the lowest price of the year. Only $65 if ordered by THIS FRIDAY!


Did you know October 3rd-9th is Mental Illness Awareness Week?

Mental Illness Awareness Week is a week where we recognize the efforts to educate and increase awareness about mental illness within communities.

Mental Illness, which affects approximately 20% of high school students, is defined as a wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking, and behavior in negative ways.

In honor of this week, we’d like to provide a list of resources and organizations to reach out to if you believe you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, or simply just to find ways to help spread awareness and learn more about this topic in our community.


Today's lunch is french toast sticks

October 6, 2021

Welcome to the wild west. First block teachers please count your students that have dressed in theme and submit the google form in your email.

Can Jam is well underway and it looks like the seniors and juniors are in a battle for first place so far. Remember to bring in your donations for The Goodness Initiative and place them in your class bin between now and Friday. You can bring in a variety of items, fliers are posted around school with info. First class to reach the ceiling or the highest stack by Friday will win this competition and be a great help to our community.

The Homecoming dance is this Thursday from 7-9 pm in the courtyard. Tickets are on sale all week for $5 at the student council table near the cafeterias.

T-bird shirts will also be available for pick up outside of the gym. There are extra shirts for purchase if you didn’t pre-order.

Student Council is looking for help with decorations for the homecoming dance. If you can donate white christmas lights or help us after school on thursday please see Ms. Warner, Mrs. LaRocco or Mrs. Nieves for more information. We can sign off on volunteer hours.

Tomorrow is Throwback Thursday. Freshman will be dressing in the 1980's, sophomores the 1990's, juniors the 1970's and seniors have the 2000's. We're looking forward to seeing which classes will earn points each day by having the largest percentage of their grade dress in theme. Results will be announced at the end of each day.


School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


Are you a senior currently enrolled in a World Language Class? Do you communicate in another World Language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you! If you are interested in learning more about how to earn the Seal of Biliteracy, please join the Seal Google Classroom (code oalmpie) and attend an informational meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 8:10 am. You can come to room 216 or join via Google Meet- the link to the meeting can be found on the Google Classroom.


Did you know October 3rd-9th is Mental Illness Awareness Week?

Mental Illness Awareness Week is a week where we recognize the efforts to educate and increase awareness about mental illness within communities.

Mental Illness, which affects approximately 20% of high school students, is defined as a wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking, and behavior in negative ways.

In honor of this week, we’d like to provide a list of resources and organizations to reach out to if you believe you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, or simply just to find ways to help spread awareness and learn more about this topic in our community.


Starting today there will be no eating in the Media Center. That includes lunches and snacks. However, water bottles are still allowed.


CAPTURE THE SAVINGS

Time goes by fast from sports to dances and all the fun times along the way. Capture the memories in the yearbook. Order now to get the lowest price of the year. Only $65 if ordered by THIS FRIDAY!


Junior and senior alternative and indie music fans! Tomorrow is the day! Come check out Webster Varsity Radio Club in Mr. Stahl's room - 334 - from 3:30-4pm. See Mr. Stahl if you have any questions.


Seniors Seniors Seniors, you can pick up your t-shirt and sign up for pep rally games before school or during most blocks by the cafeteria Tuesday through Thursday this week. Find a class officer: Conor, Julian, Sofie, Carolyn, or Jalen for more information. Go Class of 2022!


Student Council is looking for you to donate white string lights, pumpkins, hay bales, corn stalks by Thursday morning. We will give you volunteer hours for donations. We are also looking for students to help decorate for the homecoming dance Thursday after school. Please see Mrs. Laracco, Mrs. Nieves or Ms. Warner for more details


Reminder.....picture makeup day is Friday, October 15 during all lunch blocks. SENIORS!! If you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meet tomorrow morning at 8:15. New members welcome!

Trevor, don't forget the doughnuts!


Both the boys and girls cross country teams remained unbeaten in league competition yesterday, taking down Brockport and Greece Odyssey-Olympia. The girls were led by juniors Rachel Webster and Kolbi Spencer, who placed second and third overall, as the Titans took seven of the top ten spots.

The boys were paced by junior Jackson Klehr and sophomore Ryan Carlin, who were second and third overall. The Titans had nine runners in the top ten.


Today's lunch is turkey and gravy

October 5, 2021

It's good to see the Titan spirit today for spirit week. First block teachers please count your students that have dressed in theme and submit the google form in your email.

Remember to bring in your donations for Can Jam and place them in your class bin between now and Friday. First class to reach the ceiling or the highest stack by Friday will win this competition and be a great help to our community.

The Homecoming dance is this Thursday from 7-9 pm in the courtyard. Tickets are on sale all week for $5 at the student council table near the cafeterias.

T-bird shirts will also be available for pick up outside of the gym. There are extra shirts for purchase if you didn’t pre-order.

Tomorrow we're taking it to the wild west for Western Wednesday followed by Throwback Thursday where each class will dress in their own decade. We're looking forward to seeing which classes will earn points each day by having the largest percentage of their grade dress in theme. Results will be announced at the end of each day. Currently freshman are in the lead to earn the spirit stick.


Reminder.....picture makeup day is Friday, October 15 during all lunch blocks. SENIORS!! If you need a GOLD CARD you must sit for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.

All students......please pick up your student ID or Gold card from your house office. Students A-L are in the GOLD house and M-Z are in the BLUE house.


Are you a senior currently enrolled in a World Language Class? Do you communicate in another World Language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you! If you are interested in learning more about how to earn the Seal of Biliteracy, please join the Seal Google Classroom (code oalmpie) and attend an informational meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 8:10 am. You can come to room 216 or join via Google Meet- the link to the meeting can be found on the Google Classroom.


Did you know October 3rd-9th is Mental Illness Awareness Week?

Mental Illness Awareness Week is a week where we recognize the efforts to educate and increase awareness about mental illness within communities.

Mental Illness, which affects approximately 20% of high school students, is defined as a wide range of conditions that affect mood, thinking, and behavior in negative ways.

In honor of this week, we’d like to provide a list of resources and organizations to reach out to if you believe you or someone you know is struggling with mental health, or simply just to find ways to help spread awareness and learn more about this topic in our community.


There will be a CARE Club meeting today after school in the CARE room at 3:20. The Care room is located next to the West Cafe. We look forward to planning our projects for the year! New members are ALWAYS welcome.


Hey juniors and seniors! Do you love music or have an interest in communications? Does your spotify playlist or record 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?

Want to learn how to operate a professional radio studio on our brand new, state-of-the-art equipment?

If so - you should come hear all about Webster Varsity Radio Club!

We will have an informational meeting from 3:30-4 on Thursday, October 7th in Mr. Stahl’s room - 334. Come down to chat, or email todd_stahl@webstercsd.org with any questions.


Seniors Seniors Seniors, you can pick up your t-shirt and sign up for pep rally games before school or during most blocks by the cafeteria Tuesday through Thursday this week. Find a class officer: Conor, Julian, Sofie, Carolyn, or Jalen for more information. Go Class of 2022!


Student Council is looking for you to donate white string lights, pumpkins, hay bales, corn stalks by Thursday morning. We will give you volunteer hours for donations. We are also looking for students to help decorate for the homecoming dance Thursday after school. Please see Mrs. Laracco, Mrs. Nieves or Ms. Warner for more details


Today's lunch is macho nacho

October 4, 2021

Happy Spirit Week Titans!

It's good to see all the red, white and blue today. First block teachers please count your students that have dressed in theme and submit the google form in your email.

Tomorrow is Titan Tuesday and Student Council is looking for a lot of Thomas Titan Spirit. Seniors are wearing blue and all other classes are wearing white Titan gear.

Remember to bring in your donations for Can Jam and place them in your class bin between now and Friday. First class to reach the ceiling or the highest stack by Friday will win this competition and be a great help to our community.

Homecoming dance tickets are on sale all week during lunches for $5. T-bird shirts will also be available for pick up and there are extra shirts for purchase if you didn’t pre-order.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


Are you a senior currently enrolled in a World Language Class? Do you communicate in another World Language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you! If you are interested in learning more about how to earn the Seal of Biliteracy, please join the Seal Google Classroom (code oalmpie) and attend an informational meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 8:10 am. You can come to room 216 or join via Google Meet- the link to the meeting can be found on the Google Classroom.


Jostens will be here THURSDAY, October 7th for picture make-up's.

REMINDER, if you did not receive a Student ID OR Gold Card, you will need to sit

for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.


Earth Club is hosting its first clean up of the year!

Join us after school TODAY at Webster Park at 3:45.

Meet us in the parking lot by the pier.

Bring a trash bag and work gloves.


There will be a CARE Club meeting after school on Tuesday, October 5th in the CARE room at 3:20. The Care room is located next to the West Cafe. We look forward to planning our projects for the year! New members are ALWAYS welcome.


Hey juniors and seniors! Do you love music or have an interest in communications? Does your spotify playlist or record 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?

Want to learn how to operate a professional radio studio on our brand new, state-of-the-art equipment?

If so - you should come hear all about Webster Varsity Radio Club!

We will have an informational meeting from 3:30-4 on Thursday, October 7th in Mr. Stahl’s room - 334. Come down to chat, or email todd_stahl@webstercsd.org with any questions.


Model UN will meet today after school in room 210 to discuss the Hilton Conference.


Attention Students:

It is not too late to join the Science Olympiad team. There will be another meeting tomorrow before school and after school in room 305. Any questions, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.


Webster Boys Volleyball defeated West Irondequoit in a three set sweep Friday night, with Griffin Monrad connecting on a season-high 7 aces. Ethan Williams and Dan Klimatchev lead the offense with 9 kills each, while Johnny Quinn buried 5 kills in the third game. Bodey Groff distributed 27 assists, while defensively Williams, Groff and Zach Zian controlled 15, 10, and 10 digs apiece. Webster travels to Victor on Tuesday, then hosts Penfield at the Schroeder gym for a Thursday Homecoming match at 7:00pm...hope to see you there.


The Webster Marching Band is victorious for a 4th week in a row winning first place against Rome Free Academy over the weekend in Oswego. This victory keeps Webster in the number 1 spot in their state division with Championships just weeks away!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

October 1, 2021

Are you a senior currently enrolled in a World Language Class? Do you communicate in another World Language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you! If you are interested in learning more about how to earn the Seal of Biliteracy, please join the Seal Google Classroom (code oalmpie) and attend an informational meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 8:10 am. You can come to room 216 or join via Google Meet- the link to the meeting can be found on the Google Classroom.


Attention Art Students: If you left any artwork from last year it is located in the showcases outside of the art rooms. Please stop by to collect your art.


Jostens will be here next THURSDAY, October 7th for picture make-up's.

REMINDER, if you did not receive a Student ID OR Gold Card, you will need to sit

for a picture regardless if you plan to order pictures or not.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


There will be a CARE Club meeting after school on Tuesday, October 5th in the CARE room at 3:20. The Care room is located next to the West Cafe. We look forward to planning our projects for the year! New members are ALWAYS welcome.


Hey juniors and seniors! Do you love music or have an interest in communications? Does your spotify playlist or record 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?

Want to learn how to operate a professional radio studio on our brand new, state-of-the-art equipment?

If so - you should come hear all about Webster Varsity Radio Club!

We will have an informational meeting from 3:30-4 on Thursday, October 7th in Mr. Stahl’s room - 334. Come down to chat, or email todd_stahl@webstercsd.org with any questions.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks


As you all know, Spirit week starts on Monday with America Monday. First block teachers will be sending in a tally of everyone who dresses in theme so that we can see which class shows up with the most spirit each day. If you have late arrival, make sure you check in with your house office to be counted.

Can Jam bins are ready near the cafeterias for your donations to the goodness initiative. You can see posters around the school that have the needed items.

Tickets for the homecoming dance will be available during lunches all week for $5. The dance is on Thursday evening from 7-9 pm in the courtyard.

Tbird shirts will be also available for pick up during lunches. If you didn’t pre-order, you can buy one as long as they are available.

If you have any questions, please go to google classroom page for your class or see your class council or class advisers.

We are looking forward to a great Spirit week and want to remind you all to show good sportsmanship and bring all the Titan spirit you have.

September 29, 2021

Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Calling all freshman! If you want to help us win events like tug-of-war against the juniors or beat the seniors for best mural, a sign up sheet for spirit week or pep-rally events is in Mrs. Phillips room, 311. You must sign up ahead of time in order to participate in all pep-rally games


Are you a senior currently enrolled in a World Language Class? Do you communicate in another World Language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you! If you are interested in learning more about how to earn the Seal of Biliteracy, please join the Seal Google Classroom (code oalmpie) and attend an informational meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 8:10 am. You can come to room 216 or join via Google Meet- the link to the meeting can be found on the Google Classroom.


Attention Art Students: If you left any artwork from last year it is located in the showecases outside of the art rooms. Please stop by to collect your art.


College representatives are coming to Thomas starting with SUNY Potsdam and Ithaca College. Please get into your naviance account and sign up to meet with these colleges here on our campus. Can't get into your naviance account?? Stop into the Student Center to learn how.


School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


There will be a CARE Club meeting after school on Tuesday, October 5th in the CARE room at 3:20. The Care room is located next to the West Cafe. We look forward to planning our projects for the year! New members are ALWAYS welcome.


Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir meets tomorrow morning at 8:15 in the chorus room, room 120! New members are always welcome. Marcello, don't forget the doughnuts!


The girls cross country team ran past three of four schools at the sub-varsity meet last night at Mendon Ponds Park. Freshmen Julia Jackson and Jocelin McCann were the top finishers for Thomas at ninth and tenth places overall.

The boys also took three out of four contests. Freshman Caleb Shuttleworth and sophomore Drew Syracusa led the Titans.


Today's lunch is tacos


Good morning. I’m [name] and I'm here from Student Council.

Spirit Week and Homecoming is next week and there are many things to be a part of to show your school spirit.

All week long we will have themed dress days. We will start with America Monday, so pull out all your red, white and blue. Then Titan Tuesday where the seniors will wear blue and all other classes will wear white. Go all out and show your Thomas spirit.

We're going to the Wild West on Wednesday, grab those hats and boots.

Thursday we throw it back to various decades. (seniors will represent the 2000’s, juniors the 1970’s. Sophomores, the 90’s and freshman will be in the 1980’s.

And Friday is our class color day.

We are bringing back our Homecoming Dance, which will be on Thursday October 7th 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.

On Friday we will be having a tailgate party during lunches. Grab your lunch and join us outside the north cafe for lawn games.

Friday we will also be bringing back our Pep Rally! This year it will be out in the stadium so we can all be together. We will have various competitions including tug of war, class dances and some relay races.

Our most spirited Titans of each class will get the opportunity to pie a staff member in the face and we will hear about our mural and Tshirt winners for the week. We are excited to see everyone representing their class and joining together to celebrate Homecoming week. Like we haven't seen in 2 years!

Make sure you go to your class google classroom page to check on how you can participate in Spirit week. You can also talk to your class council or class adviser.

The Homecoming football game this year is on Friday night against Penfield. That game will be a white out and we will have food trucks here before the game. We will announce our Spirit week winners and award the Spirit Stick during half time.


During the week we will also be participating in our annual Can Jam.

Your donations will benefit the Goodness Initiative.

The Goodness Initiative fills food stands throughout the greater Rochester area.

On the screen you see a number of food items that can be donated.

You can also donate other various essential items. There are fliers around school that include this information as well.

This year you are putting all of your donations in your own class bin which is located near the cafeterias. We're racing to the top to see what class brings in the most items. Cans are worth double. All donations must be turned in by Friday morning the 8th to be counted.

If you have any questions you can contact Nora Mahoney by email or text with the information you see on the screen.

September 28, 2021

Calling all freshman! If you want to help us win events like tug-of-war against the juniors or beat the seniors for best mural, a sign up sheet for spirit week or pep-rally events is in Mrs. Phillips room, 311. You must sign up ahead of time in order to participate in all pep-rally games


Are you a senior currently enrolled in a World Language Class? Do you communicate in another World Language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you! If you are interested in learning more about how to earn the Seal of Biliteracy, please join the Seal Google Classroom (code oalmpie) and attend an informational meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 8:10 am. You can come to room 216 or join via Google Meet- the link to the meeting can be found on the Google Classroom.


Attention Art Students: If you left any artwork from last year it is located in the showcases outside of the art rooms. Please stop by to collect your art.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


There will be a CARE Club meeting after school on Tuesday, October 5th in the CARE room at 3:20. The Care room is located next to the West Cafe. We look forward to planning our projects for the year! New members are ALWAYS welcome.


Today's lunch is pizza bagel


Good morning. I’m Amanda, your student council president.

Spirit Week and Homecoming is next week 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 Murica Monday so pull out all your red, white and blue. Then we’ll have Titan Tuesday where the seniors will wear Titan blue and all other classes will wear white. Go all out and show your Thomas spirit.

Wednesday we go to the wild west so grab those hats and boots and go wild.

Then we’ll throw it back on Thursday to various decades. (seniors will represent the 2000’s, juniors the 1970’s. Sophomores, the 90’s and freshman will be in the 1980’s.

Friday is class color day.

We are bringing back our Homecoming Dance, which will be on Thursday October 7th 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.

On Friday we will be having a tailgate party during lunches. Grab your lunch and join us outside the north cafe for lawn games.

Friday we will also be bringing back our Pep Rally! This year it will be out in the stadium so we can all be together. We will have various competitions including tug of war, class dances and some relay races.

Our most spirited Titans of each class will get the opportunity to pie a staff member in the face and we will hear about our mural and Tshirt winners for the week. We are excited to see everyone representing their class and joining together to celebrate Homecoming week. Like we haven't seen in 2 years!

Make sure you go to your class google classroom page to check on how you can participate in Spirit week. You can also talk to your class council or class adviser.

The Homecoming football game this year is on Friday night against Penfield. That game will be a white out and we will have food trucks here before the game. We will announce our Spirit week winners and award the Spirit Stick during half time.


The Goodness Initiative fills many food stands within Webster, all the way into the City of Rochester which provides food and essential products to those in need of them!

Some of the food items that can be donated are shown here.

And here are some of the essential products that that you may donate as well.

The rules are:

Each class is to place their food items in their own class bin that is labeled with their class color.

The class who reaches the ceiling first wins!

Points will be tallied up at the end of the week, cans are worth double!All donations must be in the bins by Friday October 8th.

Questions??? Contact Nora Mahoney at the email address shown here or text her at the number shown here.

Happy Spirit Week Titans!

September 27, 2021

Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Calling all freshman! If you want to help us win events like tug-of-war against the juniors or beat the seniors for best mural, a sign up sheet for spirit week or pep-rally events is in Mrs. Phillips room, 311. You must sign up ahead of time in order to participate in all pep-rally games


Model UN will meet today after school in room 210. There will be donuts!


Attention Sophomores!

If you are interested in participating in Spirit Week activities, please sign up on the Class of 2025 Google Classroom page by 3:15 today. Please note that expressing interest in pep rally events does not guarantee participation. Chosen participants will be contacted prior to the pep rally. Please see Miss Schotthoefer (Shot-a-fer) or one of your class officers if you have any questions.


Are you a senior currently enrolled in a World Language Class? Do you communicate in another World Language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you! If you are interested in learning more about how to earn the Seal of Biliteracy, please join the Seal Google Classroom (code oalmpie) and attend an informational meeting on Thursday, October 7th at 8:10 am. You can come to room 216 or join via Google Meet- the link to the meeting can be found on the Google Classroom.


This weekend the Webster Marching Band Competed in Baldwinsville NY and remain in the number 1 position in their division for a 3rd week in a row - beating out Huntington HS, West Seneca HS, Horseheads HS, Orchard Park HS, Corning-Painted Post, Kingston HS, Sachem HS, and Rome Free Acadamy.

Webster will be competing in Oswego this weekend.


College representatives are coming to Thomas starting with SUNY Potsdam and Ithaca College. Please get into your naviance account and sign up to meet with these colleges here on our campus. Can't get into your naviance account?? Stop into the Student Center to learn how.


Attention students interested in community service. Rotary Interact will be holding an informational meeting today at 3:25PM in the South Cafe. Please plan to attend even if you have participated in Rotary previously as we will have information for everyone at this meeting about how to join. See you there!


Video Game Club meets today in room 432, Mrs. DeWitte’s room which is located in the Technology hall. We will meet from 3:15-3:45pm so you can take the late bus home.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

September 24, 2021

Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Calling all freshman! If you want to help us win events like tug-of-war against the juniors or beat the seniors for best mural, a sign up sheet for spirit week or pep-rally events is in Mrs. Phillips room, 311. You must sign up ahead of time in order to participate in all pep-rally games


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


Anyone interested in Video Game Club, there will be an informational kickoff meeting on Monday September 27th at 3:15pm until 3:45pm. You will be able to take the late bus home. At the meeting we will determine the days we will meet and how often. The meeting will be held in room 432 which is located in the Technology Wing, Mrs. DeWitte's room.

Video Game Club is open to everyone. If you love playing video games and would like to do it with others who share your passion, this is the club for you!

If you have any questions, please stop down to room 435 or email Mrs. DeWitte at the address shown here.

Hope to see you there!


Do you carry a 20-sided die with you at all times? Do you make ability checks throughout the day? Does the phrase 'roll for initiative' give you chills? Did any of these questions make sense to you? If so, you belong in Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons Club. We're going to start playing soon, so join our Google Classroom or see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more information


Attention students interested in community service. Rotary Interact will be holding an informational meeting on Monday, September 27th at 3:25PM in the South Cafe. Please plan to attend even if you have participated in Rotary previously as we will have information for everyone at this meeting about how to join. See you there!


Today's lunch is pizza crunchers or buffalo crunchers

September 23, 2021

WonderCare- Webster's Before and Afterschool Program is Hiring.

We are looking to hire students to work in the afterschool program with elementary students.This is a great job if you have early release or can work afterschool. We have a flexible schedule and you wouldn't have to work nights or weekends.

Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or follow us on Twitter for more information! Must be 16 to apply!


Attention all Freshman!

Join your Link Leaders for one of Thomas' annual traditions- Kickball Under the Lights!!!

We will be holding this fun annual event tomorrow night from 7:30-8:30 on the Turf, under the lights, at Titan Stadium.

All freshman are welcomed!

We would love to see you there to continue making connections with your leaders and friends!"


Calling all freshman! If you want to help us win events like tug-of-war against the juniors or beat the seniors for best mural, a sign up sheet for spirit week or pep-rally events is in Mrs. Phillips room, 311. You must sign up ahead of time in order to participate in all pep-rally games


College representatives are coming to Thomas starting with SUNY Potsdam and Ithaca College. Please get into your naviance account and sign up to meet with these colleges here on our campus. Can't get into your naviance account?? Stop into the Student Center to learn how.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


Anyone interested in joining Future Business Leaders of America, our first meeting will be after school tomorrow at 3:30 in Room 255.


Anyone interested in Video Game Club, there will be an informational kickoff meeting on Monday September 27th at 3:15pm until 3:45pm. You will be able to take the late bus home. At the meeting we will determine the days we will meet and how often. The meeting will be held in room 432 which is located in the Technology Wing, Mrs. DeWitte's room.

Video Game Club is open to everyone. If you love playing video games and would like to do it with others who share your passion, this is the club for you!

If you have any questions, please stop down to room 435 or email Mrs. DeWitte at the address shown here.

Hope to see you there!


It's BACK!...

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club starts today!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Do you carry a 20-sided die with you at all times? Do you make ability checks throughout the day? Does the phrase 'roll for initiative' give you chills? Did any of these questions make sense to you? If so, you belong in Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons Club. We're going to start playing soon, so join our Google Classroom or see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more information


Attention students interested in community service. Rotary Interact will be holding an informational meeting on Monday, September 27th at 3:25PM in the South Cafe. Please plan to attend even if you have participated in Rotary previously as we will have information for everyone at this meeting about how to join. See you there!


Writing- it's not just for DBQs and Essays

It can also be CREATIVE

If you are a creative writer and like to write poems, stories, scripts or plays

then join us after school this Thursday in Ms Byrne's Room, 335

across from the Art rooms, for the first meeting of the Thomas Creative Writers' Group.

No experience is necessary- only a desire to exercise your creative muscles.

Hope to see you there!


Webster Boys Volleyball defeated Brighton in four close games last night, with Bodey Groff distributing 36 assists to a balanced attack. Griffin Monrad led the offense with 12 kills, with Doug Chandler adding 11 kills while Dan Klimatchev and Ethan Williams tallied 10 each. Defensively, Zach Zian and Evan Lukasiewicz recorded 18 and 14 digs respectively; at the net Chandler had 6 blocks and Monrad 4.

Boys volleyball heads into Fairport for a Red Raider homecoming match Friday with a record of 4-3.


Today's lunch is french toast sticks

September 22, 2021

Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Attention all Freshman!

Join your Link Leaders for one of Thomas' annual traditions- Kickball Under the Lights!!!

We will be holding this fun annual event tomorrow night from 7:30-8:30 on the Turf, under the lights, at Titan Stadium.

All freshman are welcomed!

We would love to see you there to continue making connections with your leaders and friends!"


Calling all freshman! If you want to help us win events like tug-of-war against the juniors or beat the seniors for best mural, a sign up sheet for spirit week or pep-rally events is in Mrs. Phillips room, 311. You must sign up ahead of time in order to participate in all pep-rally games


College representatives are coming to Thomas starting with SUNY Potsdam and Ithaca College. Please get into your naviance account and sign up to meet with these colleges here on our campus. Can't get into your naviance account?? Stop into the Student Center to learn how.


School Counselors will be in the library today during lunch blocks to help you with your college applications, activities resumes or to walk you through naviance. Stop in, we'd love to see you.


Anyone interested in joining Future Business Leaders of America, our first meeting will be after school tomorrow at 3:30 in Room 255.


Anyone interested in Video Game Club, there will be an informational kickoff meeting on Monday September 27th at 3:15pm until 3:45pm. You will be able to take the late bus home. At the meeting we will determine the days we will meet and how often. The meeting will be held in room 432 which is located in the Technology Wing, Mrs. DeWitte's room.

Video Game Club is open to everyone. If you love playing video games and would like to do it with others who share your passion, this is the club for you!

If you have any questions, please stop down to room 435 or email Mrs. DeWitte at the address shown here.

Hope to see you there!


It's BACK!...

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club starts tomorrow!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Do you carry a 20-sided die with you at all times? Do you make ability checks throughout the day? Does the phrase 'roll for initiative' give you chills? Did any of these questions make sense to you? If so, you belong in Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons Club. We're going to start playing soon, so join our Google Classroom or see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more information


Attention students interested in community service. Rotary Interact will be holding an informational meeting on Monday, September 27th at 3:25PM in the South Cafe. Please plan to attend even if you have participated in Rotary previously as we will have information for everyone at this meeting about how to join. See you there!


Writing- it's not just for DBQs and Essays

It can also be CREATIVE

If you are a creative writer and like to write poems, stories, scripts or plays

then join us after school this Thursday in Ms Byrne's Room, 335

across from the Art rooms, for the first meeting of the Thomas Creative Writers' Group.

No experience is necessary- only a desire to exercise your creative muscles.

Hope to see you there!


The girls cross country team remained undefeated on the season, besting both Batavia and Spencerport yesterday. Sophomore Natalia Seremetis won the race, with juniors Kolbi Spencer and Rachel Webster taking second and third respectively. The Titans put eight runners in the top ten.

The boys cross country team also remained undefeated, sweeping both Batavia and Spencerport. Junior Connor Thomas won individually, with senior JJ Montemaro and junior Evan Lacey close behind.


Today's lunch is burger trash plate

September 21, 2021

WonderCare- Webster's Before and Afterschool Program is Hiring.

We are looking to hire students to work in the afterschool program with elementary students.This is a great job if you have early release or can work afterschool. We have a flexible schedule and you wouldn't have to work nights or weekends.

Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or follow us on Twitter for more information! Must be 16 to apply!


Attention all Freshman!

Join your Link Leaders for one of Thomas' annual traditions- Kickball Under the Lights!!!

We will be holding this fun annual event on Thursday, September 23rd from 7:30-8:30 on the Turf, under the lights, at Titan Stadium.

All freshman are welcomed and we would love to see you there to continue making connections with your leaders and friends!"


Late busses run on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and will arrive at 4:00 near the flag pole entrance. Busses leave at 4:10. If you are unsure which bus to take, stop in at the main office.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


Anyone interested in joining Future Business Leaders of America, our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 23 at 3:30 in Room 255.


Anyone interested in Video Game Club, there will be an informational kickoff meeting on Monday September 27th at 3:15pm until 3:45pm. You will be able to take the late bus home. At the meeting we will determine the days we will meet and how often. The meeting will be held in room 432 which is located in the Technology Wing, Mrs. DeWitte's room.

Video Game Club is open to everyone. If you love playing video games and would like to do it with others who share your passion, this is the club for you!

If you have any questions, please stop down to room 435 or email Mrs. DeWitte at the address shown here.

Hope to see you there!


It's BACK!...

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club starts this Thursday!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Do you carry a 20-sided die with you at all times? Do you make ability checks throughout the day? Does the phrase 'roll for initiative' give you chills? Did any of these questions make sense to you? If so, you belong in Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons Club. We're going to start playing soon, so join our Google Classroom or see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more information


Attention students interested in community service. Rotary Interact will be holding an informational meeting on Monday, September 27th at 3:25PM in the South Cafe. Please plan to attend even if you have participated in Rotary previously as we will have information for everyone at this meeting about how to join. See you there!


Today's lunch is BLT

September 20, 2021

Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Attention all Freshman!

Join your Link Leaders for one of Thomas' annual traditions- Kickball Under the Lights!!!

We will be holding this fun annual event on Thursday, September 23rd from 7:30-8:30 on the Turf, under the lights, at Titan Stadium.

All freshman are welcomed and we would love to see you there to continue making connections with your leaders and friends!"


Late busses run on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and will arrive at 4:00 near the flag pole entrance. Busses leave at 4:10. If you are unsure which bus to take, stop in at the main office.


Attention students enrolled in drivers Ed that begins today, Monday, September 20.

Class has been postponed until Thursday, September 23. The first class is a lecture on Thursday at 630 pm. Check the email you used to register with fir more details.


College representatives are coming to Thomas starting with SUNY Potsdam and Ithaca College. Please get into your naviance account and sign up to meet with these colleges here on our campus. Can't get into your naviance account?? Stop into the Student Center to learn how.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


Attention to all current Show Choir and interested students - auditions are scheduled for Monday, September 20th. A shuttle bus from Thomas’s pool doors at 3:45pm will be provided to bring you to Schroeder’s auditorium for a 4pm start. Bring comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in - we will teach you the rest. Thank you!


Do you like to debate? Are you interested in world events? Then come check out Model United Nations on Monday September 20 in room 210 after school. There will be cider and donuts! Questions, see Miss Yang in room 210.


Anyone interested in joining Future Business Leaders of America, our first meeting will be on Thursday, September 23 at 3:30 in Room 255.


Are you interested in learning more about stigmatized topics while making a difference in your school and community? Well Positivity in Action might be the club for you. Our first meeting will be on Monday, September 20th after school in room 407. Hope to see you all there!


Anyone interested in Video Game Club, there will be an informational kickoff meeting on Monday September 27th at 3:15pm until 3:45pm. You will be able to take the late bus home. At the meeting we will determine the days we will meet and how often. The meeting will be held in room 432 which is located in the Technology Wing, Mrs. DeWitte's room.

Video Game Club is open to everyone. If you love playing video games and would like to do it with others who share your passion, this is the club for you!

If you have any questions, please stop down to room 435 or email Mrs. DeWitte at the address shown here.

Hope to see you there!


It's BACK!...

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club starts this Thursday!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


The DREAM club will be meeting today after school in room 411. Join us for time to connect and discuss plans for the year. Hope to see you there!


Today's lunch is gourmet chicken tenders

September 16, 2021

Attention all Freshman!

Join your Link Leaders for one of Thomas' annual traditions- Kickball Under the Lights!!!

We will be holding this fun annual event on Thursday, September 23rd from 7:30-8:30 on the Turf, under the lights, at Titan Stadium.

All freshman are welcomed and we would love to see you there to continue making connections with your leaders and friends!"


Spirit Week is coming. The week of October 4th is our Homecoming Week and we are excited to return to our annual Spirit Week Celebrations including dress days, Can Jam, Homecoming Dance and the Pep Rally! Watch for more information in the coming weeks and start getting those class color outfits and decorations ready. See your class council and class advisers for how you can get more involved.


Sports fans...if you are going to attend a Thomas sporting event Friday wear black! We are going to do a black out at all games.


Late busses run on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and will arrive at 4:00 near the flag pole entrance. Busses leave at 4:10. If you are unsure which bus to take, stop in at the main office.


College representatives are coming to Thomas starting with SUNY Potsdam and Ithaca College. Please get into your naviance account and sign up to meet with these colleges here on our campus. Can't get into your naviance account?? Stop into the Student Center to learn how.


Attention Juniors: The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam given to juniors on October 16th. Registration forms are available in the student center. Pick up your today.


Attention all students - the Morning News team will be holding an informational meeting after school today in room 245. Stop in and learn more about what we do and the exciting opportunities available to Titans in grades 9 through 12. We have a wide variety of roles to fill and there is sure to be something for you.

Hope to see you there!


Attention to all current Show Choir and interested students - auditions are scheduled for Monday, September 20th. A shuttle bus from Thomas’s pool doors at 3:45pm will be provided to bring you to Schroeder’s auditorium for a 4pm start. Bring comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in - we will teach you the rest. Thank you!


Auto Club will begin on Monday September 20th in room 435. We will meet on Mondays after school until 4:30. See Mr Campbell for details.


Attention students interested in joining a mountain biking club this fall. We will be riding this Thursday after school. You can bring your own bike or ride a school bike. We also have helmets to borrow as well. Stop by Mrs. Pagano's Room 130 to get a permission slip. See you Thursday!


Do you like to debate? Are you interested in world events? Then come check out Model United Nations on Monday September 20 in room 210 after school. There will be cider and donuts! Questions, see Miss Yang in room 210.


The DREAM club will have it's first meeting this coming Monday September 20th in Mrs. Nieves's room, 411.

DREAM club is open to any student who wants to make Thomas a more inclusive place for ALL students. We will strive to celebrate every Titan - their heritage, culture, religion, beliefs and history. Hope to see you on Monday.


Are you interested in learning more about stigmatized topics while making a difference in your school and community? Well Positivity in Action might be the club for you. Our first meeting will be on Monday, September 20th after school in room 407. Hope to see you all there!


We are doing a white out for the Homecoming football game Oct 8. If you would like to buy a white t-bird shirt we are doing pre sales during lunches this week for $7. These shirts will be used for other sports and sporting events throughout the year, this is your opportunity to get one! See Mrs. Warner if you have any questions


Today's lunch is gourmet chicken tenders

September 15, 2021

Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


WonderCare- Webster's Before and Afterschool Program is Hiring.

We are looking to hire students to work in the afterschool program with elementary students.This is a great job if you have early release or can work afterschool. We have a flexible schedule and you wouldn't have to work nights or weekends.

Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or follow us on Twitter for more information! Must be 16 to apply!


The Math Lab is open all blocks every day in Room 409. If you are coming from a study hall, you must go there first and sign out. Otherwise, you may sign up through the Math Lab Google Classroom using the code shown here. The sign-in form is the same as last year for those of you who already belong to the Google Classroom. Attendance is limited to 8 students per block.

See you soon!


Attention all Freshman!

Join your Link Leaders for one of Thomas' annual traditions- Kickball Under the Lights!!!

We will be holding this fun annual event on Thursday, September 23rd from 7:30-8:30 on the Turf, under the lights, at Titan Stadium.

All freshman are welcomed and we would love to see you there to continue making connections with your leaders and friends!"


Spirit Week is coming. The week of October 4th is our Homecoming Week and we are excited to return to our annual Spirit Week Celebrations including dress days, Can Jam, Homecoming Dance and the Pep Rally! Watch for more information in the coming weeks and start getting those class color outfits and decorations ready. See your class council and class advisers for how you can get more involved.


Attention all students - the Morning News team will be holding an informational meeting tomorrow after school in room 245. Stop in and learn more about what we do and the exciting opportunities available to Titans in grades 9 through 12. We have a wide variety of roles to fill and there is sure to be something for you.

Hope to see you there!


Attention to all current Show Choir and interested students - auditions are scheduled for Monday, September 20th. A shuttle bus from Thomas’s pool doors at 3:45pm will be provided to bring you to Schroeder’s auditorium for a 4pm start. Bring comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in - we will teach you the rest. Thank you!


It's a drama-rama here at Webster Thomas High School this week. Today after school, the Fall Drama kicks off production in Room 111. Actors and stage crew - and anyone interested in joining either - are encouraged to attend as the program has changed over the summer.

Then, on Friday, September 17, the Improv Club will have its first meeting. Students who think they're funny should join us - also in Room 111 after school. Hope to see you there!


Auto Club will begin on Monday September 20th in room 435. We will meet on Mondays after school until 4:30. See Mr Campbell for details.


Attention students interested in joining a mountain biking club this fall. We will be riding this Thursday after school. You can bring your own bike or ride a school bike. We also have helmets to borrow as well. Stop by Mrs. Pagano's Room 130 to get a permission slip. See you Thursday!


Do you like to debate? Are you interested in world events? Then come check out Model United Nations on Monday September 20 in room 210 after school. There will be cider and donuts! Questions, see Miss Yang in room 210.


The DREAM club will have it's first meeting this coming Monday September 20th in Mrs. Nieves's room, 411.

DREAM club is open to any student who wants to make Thomas a more inclusive place for ALL students. We will strive to celebrate every Titan - their heritage, culture, religion, beliefs and history. Hope to see you on Monday.


Just a reminder that Barrel of Monkeys Men's Choir starts tomorrow morning! Come at 8:15 and check it out! Great people, fun music and doughnuts!

If you need more information you can see Mrs. Nitsch in room 120. Or just show up!!!

See you in the morning!


Are you interested in learning more about stigmatized topics while making a difference in your school and community? Well Positivity in Action might be the club for you. Our first meeting will be on Monday, September 20th after school in room 407. Hope to see you all there!


We are doing a white out for the Homecoming football game Oct 8. If you would like to buy a white t-bird shirt we are doing pre sales during lunches this week for $7. These shirts will be used for other sports and sporting events throughout the year, this is your opportunity to get one! See Mrs. Warner if you have any questions


The boys cross country team opened its season with shutout wins over Hilton, Penfield, and Schroeder last night. Juniors Connor Thomas and Evan Lacey took the top two spots overall, as the Titans took the top seven places.

The girls swept to wins over all three opponents. Junior Natalia Seremetis placed third overall, as the Titans put four runners in the top 10.


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger or bacon cheeseburger

September 14, 2021

There are some changes to the sign-in and sign-out process this year.


If you need to leave school early for any reason you must have parent or guardian permission. You need to pick-up a pass from your house office that you will give to security in the main office as you leave.


If you are returning to school after the appointment, enter through the main office to sign-in and receive a pass to class.


If you are coming to school late you will need to come in through the main office, sign-in and pick-up a pass from security.


Please see the secretaries in the house offices if you have any questions.


The next safe driving seminar will be offered at Schroeder today from 3:30 - 5:30. If you need a parking pass and were not able to attend a seminar over the summer, you will need to attend today in order to receive a permanent parking permit for this school year. A table will be set up next week to hand out permits; more information to follow.


The Math Lab is open all blocks every day in Room 409. If you are coming from a study hall, you must go there first and sign out. Otherwise, you may sign up through the Math Lab Google Classroom using the code shown here. The sign-in form is the same as last year for those of you who already belong to the Google Classroom. Attendance is limited to 8 students per block.

See you soon!


Attention all Freshman!

Join your Link Leaders for one of Thomas' annual traditions- Kickball Under the Lights!!!

We will be holding this fun annual event on Thursday, September 23rd from 7:30-8:30 on the Turf, under the lights, at Titan Stadium.

All freshman are welcomed and we would love to see you there to continue making connections with your leaders and friends!"


Attention all students - the Morning News team will be holding an informational meeting after school on Thursday, September 16th in room 245. Stop in and learn more about what we do and the exciting opportunities available to Titans in grades 9 through 12. We have a wide variety of roles to fill and there is sure to be something for you.

Hope to see you there!


Attention to all current Show Choir and interested students who wanted to audition today; due to unforeseen circumstances, the auditions need to be rescheduled for Monday, September 20th. A shuttle bus from Thomas’s pool doors at 3:45pm will still be provided to bring you to Schroeder’s auditorium for a 4pm start. Bring comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in - we will teach you the rest. Thank you!


It's a drama-rama here at Webster Thomas High School this week. First, on Wednesday, September 15 after school, the Fall Drama kicks off production in Room 111. Actors and stage crew - and anyone interested in joining either - are encouraged to attend as the program has changed over the summer.

Then, on Friday, September 17, the Improv Club will have its first meeting. Students who think they're funny should join us - also in Room 111 after school. Hope to see you there!


Auto Club will begin on Monday September 20th in room 435. We will meet on Mondays after school until 4:30. See Mr Campbell for details.


Attention students interested in joining a mountain biking club this fall. We will be riding this Thursday after school. You can bring your own bike or ride a school bike. We also have helmets to borrow as well. Stop by Mrs. Pagano's Room 130 to get a permission slip. See you Thursday!


Today's lunch is fiestada

September 13

There are some changes to the sign-in and sign-out process this year.


If you need to leave school early for any reason you must have parent or guardian permission. You need to pick-up a pass from your house office that you will give to security in the main office as you leave.


If you are returning to school after the appointment, enter through the main office to sign-in and receive a pass to class.


If you are coming to school late you will need to come in through the main office, sign-in and pick-up a pass from security.


Please see the secretaries in the house offices if you have any questions.


Attention Staff and Students--


Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Drivers Education is back for the Fall of 2021. We have limited details but do know it will begin the week of September 20.

Seniors and Juniors can register on Tuesday, September 14 at 8:00 am on line.

Search " Drivers Ed Registration" on the webster schools website.

Space is limited.


The next safe driving seminar will be offered at Schroeder tomorrow,Tuesday, September 14th from 3:30- 5:30. If you need a parking pass and were not able to attend a seminar over the summer, you will need to attend on the 14th in order to receive a permanent parking permit for this school year. A table will be set up next week to hand out permits; more information to follow.


WonderCare- Webster's Before and Afterschool Program is Hiring.

We are looking to hire students to work in the afterschool program with elementary students.This is a great job if you have early release or can work afterschool. We have a flexible schedule and you wouldn't have to work nights or weekends.

Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or follow us on Twitter for more information! Must be 16 to apply!



Attention all students - the Morning News team will be holding an informational meeting after school on Thursday, September 16th in room 245. Stop in and learn more about what we do and the exciting opportunities available to Titans in grades 9 through 12. We have a wide variety of roles to fill and there is sure to be something for you.

Hope to see you there!


Attention to all current Show Choir and interested students who wanted to audition today; due to unforeseen circumstances, the auditions need to be rescheduled for Monday, September 20th. A shuttle bus from Thomas’s pool doors at 3:45pm will still be provided to bring you to Schroeder’s auditorium for a 4pm start. Bring comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in - we will teach you the rest. Thank you!


It's a drama-rama here at Webster Thomas High School this week. First, on Wednesday, September 15 after school, the Fall Drama kicks off production in Room 111. Actors and stage crew - and anyone interested in joining either - are encouraged to attend as the program has changed over the summer.

Then, on Friday, September 17, the Improv Club will have its first meeting. Students who think they're funny should join us - also in Room 111 after school. Hope to see you there!


Over the weekend the Webster Marching Band took 1st place in their division over Corning! Webster now holds the 2nd highest score in the State of New York and is currently in 1st place in their division.

Congratulations Marching Band!



Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

September 10, 2021

Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Art Students if you left any artwork from last year it is located in the showcases outside of the art rooms. Please stop by to collect your art


Drivers Education is back for the Fall of 2021. We have limited details but do know it will begin the week of September 20.

Seniors and Juniors can register on Tuesday, September 14 at 8:00 am on line.

Search " Drivers Ed Registration" on the webster schools website.

Space is limited.


School Pictures will take place in the Auditorium today.

You will participate during your P.E. class on your respective day.

In order to receive a school ID, you will need your picture taken regardless

of a purchase. No order form is needed at this time so stop down for your picture!


The next safe driving seminar will be offered at Schroeder on Tuesday, September 14 from 4:00 - 5:30. If you need a parking pass and were not able to attend a seminar over the summer, you will need to attend on the 14th in order to receive a permanent parking permit for this school year. A table will be set up next week to hand out permits; more information to follow.


WonderCare- Webster's Before and Afterschool Program is Hiring.

We are looking to hire students to work in the afterschool program with elementary students.This is a great job if you have early release or can work afterschool. We have a flexible schedule and you wouldn't have to work nights or weekends.

Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org or follow us on Twitter for more information! Must be 16 to apply!


The Webster Show Choir will be holding auditions after school in the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, September 13th at 4pm. All you need are comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; we will teach you the rest. A shuttle bus from Thomas will pick up students at the pool doors at 3:45pm and bring you to Schroeder. Hope to see you there!


Come support our Varsity football team on their senior night by wearing neon colors. The game is tomorrow night at 7 PM at Titan's stadium


If you are interested in being the Titan mascot for our sporting event games, please see either Ms. Warner or Mr. Lamonica


Webster boys volleyball completed consecutive victories last night with a three-set sweep at Gates-Chili, raising their record to 3-0. This followed a win over Midlakes at Schroeder on Wednesday. For the two contests, sophomore Bodey Groff handed out 44 assists to hitters Dan Klimatchev, Ethan Williams, and Griffin Monrad with 14, 13, and 10 kills respectively. Williams also delivered an incredible 15 aces over the two evenings. Doug Chandler contributed 9 kills and 5 aces, while the defense was led by Zach Zian's 10 digs. The Lakers return to action Monday night, hosting Victor in the Schroeder gym at 7:30.


Today is our annual Welcome Back Titan Picnic Day.

Lunch will include a grilled hot dog, mac salad, watermelon, bag of chips. Stop by the cafe, pick up a tray and go to the courtyard to see your favorite administrator grilling up lunch!

As a reminder all lunches and breakfast is free for this school year.


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 20 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.


In September of 2019, Governor Cuomo signed legislation establishing September 11th Remembrance Day. The 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.

I can safely say that none of you students in school today or at home were born at the time of 9/11 which can make it hard to understand the impact that this event had on our country. That’s why it is important to have a brief moment of silent reflection every year. By doing this, we can ensure that future generations will better understand this day and its significance in our history.


Please join me in a moment of silence today in recognition of the people who perished on September 11th, 2001...


Thank you.



There are many legacies of 9/11 and many people want to know how they can do their part to honor the victims of that fateful day. 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 community 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 11th 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, ESPECIALLY during a time in history where so much divides us. You can do your part. You can help turn a day of tragedy into a day of doing good deeds for others. There is plenty to do- go make the world a better place Titans.

September 9, 2021

There are some changes to the sign-in and sign-out process this year.


If you need to leave school early for any reason you must have parent or guardian permission. You need to pick-up a pass from your house office that you will give to security in the main office as you leave.


If you are returning to school after the appointment, enter through the main office to sign-in and receive a pass to class.


If you are coming to school late you will need to come in through the main office, sign-in and pick-up a pass from security.


Please see the secretaries in the house offices if you have any questions.


The Webster Central School District will continue to participate in the USDA granted program which provides free lunch and breakfast to ALL students this school year. Be sure to stop by the cafeteria in the morning to grab delicious breakfast items to start your day off right and then return during your lunch block for more offerings to stay satisfied all day long.


Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.



Art Students if you left any artwork from last year it is located in the showcases outside of the art rooms. Please stop by to collect your art



Drivers Education is back for the Fall of 2021. We have limited details but do know it will begin the week of September 20.

Seniors and Juniors can register on Tuesday, September 14 at 8:00 am on line.

Search " Drivers Ed Registration" on the webster schools website.

Space is limited.


Tomorrow is Thomas's annual Welcome Back Titan Picnic Day.

Lunch will include a grilled hot dog, mac salad, watermelon, bag of chips. Stop by the cafe, pick up a tray and go to the courtyard to see your favorite administrator grilling up lunch!

As a reminder all lunches and breakfast is free for this school year.


School Pictures will take place in the Auditorium today and tomorrow.

You will participate during your P.E. class on your respective day.

In order to receive a school ID, you will need your picture taken regardless

of a purchase. No order form is needed at this time so stop down for your picture!


The Webster Show Choir will be holding auditions after school in the Schroeder auditorium on Monday, September 13th at 4pm. All you need are comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; we will teach you the rest. A shuttle bus from Thomas will pick up students at the pool doors at 3:45pm and bring you to Schroeder. Hope to see you there!


Today's lunch is fiestada


Good Morning, my name is Mr. Cheatham. This morning my colleagues and myself would like to introduce ourselves and share a little bit about who we are as a way to connect with the Webster Thomas Community.


Marissa Ramirez:

Hello, My name is Marissa Ramirez and I am the new School Psychologist located in the gold house. One fun thing I did this summer was go on a fishing charter. One thing I am looking forward to is being a part of the titan community!


Hope VanEtten:

Hello everyone! My name is Hope VanEtten and I am the new School Psychologist Intern and my office is in the Gold House. One fun thing I did this summer was going jet skiing on Seneca Lake. One thing I am looking forward to this school year is making connections with the Thomas staff and students!


Amanda Mereness:

Hello Everyone, I am Mrs. Gooley and I am a social worker in the Blue House. One fun thing I did this summer was I got married and went on a beautiful vacation to Cape Cod! and one thing I am looking forward to this year is getting to know everyone and becoming a part of the Thomas community!


Lindsay Pellegrini:

Hi everyone, I am Lindsay Pellegrini, one of the new social workers in the Gold House. All of us in Gold are available for support so come say hi!


One fun thing I did this summer was travel to the Outerbanks, where my brother lives. While I did not surf I was able to watch my brother surf.


I am looking forward to seeing the positive energy that you are all bringing to these hallways, especially with the connections and re-connections being made. I look forward to making new connections with all of you and the Thomas community. I can't wait to see what all of you will achieve this year!


Jarid Cheatham:

Again, my name is Mr. Cheatham, I also go by Mr. C. I am a Social Worker and my office is located in the Gold House.


Something fun that I did this summer is go horseback riding in the Finger Lakes region for the first time. One thing that I am looking forward to, echoes what my colleagues have already shared, that is connecting and becoming a part of the Webster Thomas community.


We look forward to getting to know you all more, and please feel free to smile with your eyes, and say hello when you see us in the halls! Thank you!

September 8, 2021

The Webster Central School District will continue to participate in the USDA granted program which provides free lunch and breakfast to ALL students this school year. Be sure to stop by the cafeteria in the morning to grab delicious breakfast items to start your day off right and then return during your lunch block for more offerings to stay satisfied all day long.


Attention Staff and Students--

Now is the time to order your yearbook to get the best price of the year. Now through Oct. 8th yearbooks will be $65 plus you can get up to four FREE icons! Click on the yearbook link on the Thomas home page to order or go to Jostens.com/yearbooks.


Art Students if you left any artwork from last year it is located in the showcases outside of the art rooms. Please stop by to collect your art


Today's lunch is gourmet chicken tenders

June 22, 2021

WTI is still open for help and repair until June 22nd but no loaners will be given for any reason. Students may come down to WTI and use loaner devices here in our room to complete work, but may not take them out


Attention seniors: We want to make every effort to pronounce your name correctly graduation! Please use Flipgrid to record yourself saying your name for us. Use the code or QR code on this poster, which you will find in the senior lounge and around the school. Thank you!


Attention all Link Leader applicants for the 2021-2022 school year. Please check your school email this week regarding your application and the committee's selection choice. If you have been selected as a Link Leader for next school year, be sure to join our google classroom page and the Remind app using the codes provided in the acceptance email ASAP!! If you were not selected, please consider joining our Titans Ambassador program.


The library media center will be closed Periods 1 through 6 today for testing.


Need a job? Maplewood Nursing Home is hiring for dining services wait staff and unit assistants. Minimum age is 15. Applications and job descriptions are available in the student center or visit the website at www.visitmaplewood.com for additional information.


WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / bacon cheeseburger

June 21, 2021

WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


The last day students can receive Chromebook loaners is Tuesday June 15th. After that, WTI is still open for help and repair til June 22nd but no loaners will be given for any reason. Students may come down to WTI and use loaner devices here in our room to complete work, but may not take them out


Attention seniors: We want to make every effort to pronounce your name correctly graduation! Please use Flipgrid to record yourself saying your name for us. Use the code or QR code on this poster, which you will find in the senior lounge and around the school. Thank you!


Attention all Link Leader applicants for the 2021-2022 school year. Please check your school email this week regarding your application and the committee's selection choice. If you have been selected as a Link Leader for next school year, be sure to join our google classroom page and the Remind app using the codes provided in the acceptance email ASAP!! If you were not selected, please consider joining our Titans Ambassador program.


Need a job? Maplewood Nursing Home is hiring for dining services wait staff and unit assistants. Minimum age is 15. Applications and job descriptions are available in the student center or visit the website at www.visitmaplewood.com for additional information.


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / bacon cheeseburger

June 17, 2021

WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Have you always wanted to try yoga?

Maybe you are already a yoga expert?

Either way....come join Mrs. Stacy on the turf for some yoga in the sun as part of our Summer Send Off.

Sessions will be held today and tomorrow during lunches.

All are welcome!


The last day students can receive Chromebook loaners is Tuesday June 15th. After that, WTI is still open for help and repair til June 22nd but no loaners will be given for any reason. Students may come down to WTI and use loaner devices here in our room to complete work, but may not take them out


Students in Ms. Geary's ELA class are pleased to announce that they are holding a book drive!

Bring in books from home that you have outgrown or no longer read and place them in the donation bin located in the library.

We are accepting all types of books for this drive.

All book donations will be taken to the Webster Public Library.

The book drive will be taking place all week long, so take a look around at home tonight for possible donations! Thank you for your support.


The Webster Aquatic Center will conduct a Red Cross Lifeguard Class from June 28th - July 1st. Registration is online.

The mandatory prerequisite swim test will be held on June 22nd at 4pm.


Attention seniors: We want to make every effort to pronounce your name correctly graduation! Please use Flipgrid to record yourself saying your name for us. Use the code or QR code on this poster, which you will find in the senior lounge and around the school. Thank you!


Attention all Link Leader applicants for the 2021-2022 school year. Please check your school email this week regarding your application and the committee's selection choice. If you have been selected as a Link Leader for next school year, be sure to join our google classroom page and the Remind app using the codes provided in the acceptance email ASAP!! If you were not selected, please consider joining our Titans Ambassador program.


Need a job? Maplewood Nursing Home is hiring for dining services wait staff and unit assistants. Minimum age is 15. Applications and job descriptions are available in the student center or visit the website at www.visitmaplewood.com for additional information.


Today's lunch is pizza crunchers

June 16, 2021

Have you always wanted to try yoga?

Maybe you are already a yoga expert?

Either way....come join Mrs. Stacy on the turf for some yoga in the sun as part of our Summer Send Off.

Sessions will be held today and tomorrow during lunches.

All are welcome!


Students in Ms. Geary's ELA class are pleased to announce that they are holding a book drive!

Bring in books from home that you have outgrown or no longer read and place them in the donation bin located in the library.

We are accepting all types of books for this drive.

All book donations will be taken to the Webster Public Library.

The book drive will be taking place all week long, so take a look around at home tonight for possible donations! Thank you for your support.


Attention seniors: We want to make every effort to pronounce your name correctly graduation! Please use Flipgrid to record yourself saying your name for us. Use the code or QR code on this poster, which you will find in the senior lounge and around the school. Thank you!


Attention all Link Leader applicants for the 2021-2022 school year. Please check your school email this week regarding your application and the committee's selection choice. If you have been selected as a Link Leader for next school year, be sure to join our google classroom page and the Remind app using the codes provided in the acceptance email ASAP!! If you were not selected, please consider joining our Titans Ambassador program.


As a part of Summer Send Off each class has been working to create a mural for their class experience this year. These murals were brought in this week and judged by the art department. The freshman took 4th place, followed by sophomores and juniors. The seniors' mural, which is on display near the art rooms, took first place. The other murals are in and around the media center for you to see and enjoy.


Points have been awarded for our first set of up dress up days. In first place we have the 9th grade class, with the highest percentage of the class dressing up. Followed by sophomores in second, juniors in third and seniors in forth.


Can Jam is still going on and we will see who has the highest stack by the end of the day tomorrow.


Overall points thus far for the week have all classes in a 4 - way TIE! Let's see what today and tomorrow brings.


A reminder for all lunches today that you are welcome to purchase lunch from one of the food trucks which will be outside near the turf. Regular lunch will still be offered in the cafeteria and all are welcome to join us outside for a time to relax as a community. Yoga is available for anyone interested and the phys ed classes will be playing various back yard games.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

June 15, 2021

The Webster Aquatic Center will conduct a Red Cross Lifeguard Class from June 28th - July 1st.

Registration is online.

The mandatory prerequisite swim test will be held on June 22nd at 4pm.


WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply.


Need a job? Maplewood Nursing Home is hiring for dining services wait staff and unit assistants. Minimum age is 15. Applications and job descriptions are available in the student center or visit the website at www.visitmaplewood.com for additional information.


Attention Freshmen!

Class T-shirts are here!

Students who would like to purchase a T-shirt for $10 or join the Class Dues program may do so before or after school today or tomorrow in Mrs. Sidoti’s classroom, room 339.


Attention Sophomores! You can pick up or purchase your sophomore year RED T-shirt either before or after school today through Thursday, June 17th from Mrs. Barnes (room 308) or Mr. Bertrand (room 304). T-shirts are either $10 or free for those students who paid their class dues during freshman year.


Attention seniors: We want to make every effort to pronounce your name correctly at graduation! Please use Flipgrid to record yourself saying your name for us. Use the code or QR code on this poster, which you will find in the senior lounge and around the school. Thank you!


Attention all Seniors.

Senior Chromebook Return will be taking place outside the cafeteria today.

After turning your chromebook in, you will receive a ticket to collect your cap and gown.

If you need to keep your chromebook later for any reason, come let us know and we will take your information.


Have you always wanted to try yoga?

Maybe you are already a yoga expert?

Either way....come join Mrs. Stacy on the turf for some yoga in the sun as part of our Summer Send Off.

Sessions will be held on Wednesday June 16th and Thursday 17th during lunches.

All are welcome!


Today is the last day students can receive Chromebook loaners. After today, WTI is still open for help and repair until June 22nd but no loaners will be given for any reason. Students may come down to WTI and use loaner devices here in our room to complete work, but may not take them out.


Students in Ms. Geary's ELA class are pleased to announce that they are holding a book drive!

Bring in books from home that you have outgrown or no longer read and place them in the donation bin located in the library.

We are accepting all types of books for this drive.

All book donations will be taken to the Webster Public Library.

The book drive will be taking place all week long, so take a look around at home tonight for possible donations! Thank you for your support.


Student Council is excited to celebrate Summer Send Off this week! Remember to wear your class color on Wednesday and Thursday. We're looking for the most spirited students and class to earn some prizes.

We will be collecting donations all week for the Goodness Initiative. The donation bins are located near the cafeterias. It's a race to the top to see which class can collect the most of their designated items and win Can Jam.

On Wednesday and Thursday we will also have food trucks joining us for all lunches. Macarollin, Tuscan Wood Fire Pizza and Kona Ice will be here. Feel free to grab lunch outside and enjoy our final school days together this year.


Attention all Link Leader applicants for the 2021-2022 school year. Please check your school email this week regarding your application and the committee's selection choice. If you have been selected as a Link Leader for next school year, be sure to join our google classroom page and the Remind app using the codes provided in the acceptance email ASAP!! If you were not selected, please consider joining our Titans Ambassador program.


Today's lunch is macho nacho.


Good morning,

I’m Linda Hayes and I’m a teaching assistant in the building.

I’m here to let you know about a program we started at Thomas years ago that we feel is great for the environment, makes you feel good and helps a lot of underprivileged students. It’s the School Supply Recycling Program. Some of you might remember it from 2019. Last year we weren’t able to do it because of the school closings and restrictions due to the pandemic, but we’re on for this year!

In the next week or so you’ll be cleaning out your lockers and we’d like your help. Instead of throwing items you don’t want in the garbage, please place the gently used or new items not used in the specially marked recycle boxes. We’re looking for pens, pencils, erasers, rulers, lined paper, folders, binders, any school supplies you no longer want or need. If it’s in bad shape, toss it in the garbage. Those cans will also be in the hallways so please be helpful and kind.

All items will be donated to the Jewish Family Service program Pencils and Paper in Rochester.

Thanks in advance for helping us do some good for those in need in our community!

June 14, 2021

WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Attention all Seniors.

Senior Chromebook Return will be taking place outside the cafeteria today and tomorrow.

After turning your chromebook in, you will receive a ticket to collect your cap and gown.

If you need to keep your chromebook later for any reason, come let us know and we will take your information.

Please remember to bring your chromebook on your day!


Attention Sophomores! You can pick up or purchase your sophomore year RED T-shirt either before or after school today through Thursday, June 17th from Mrs. Barnes (room 308) or Mr. Bertrand (room 304). T-shirts are either $10 or free for those students who paid their class dues during freshman year.


Have you always wanted to try yoga?

Maybe you are already a yoga expert?

Either way....come join Mrs. Stacy on the turf for some yoga in the sun as part of our Summer Send Off.

Sessions will be held on Wednesday June 16th and Thursday 17th during lunches.

All are welcome!


The last day students can receive Chromebook loaners is Tuesday June 15th. After that, WTI is still open for help and repair til June 22nd but no loaners will be given for any reason. Students may come down to WTI and use loaner devices here in our room to complete work, but may not take them out


Students in Ms. Geary's ELA class are pleased to announce that they are holding a book drive!

Bring in books from home that you have outgrown or no longer read and place them in the donation bin located in the library.

We are accepting all types of books for this drive.

All book donations will be taken to the Webster Public Library.

The book drive will be taking place all week long, so take a look around at home tonight for possible donations! Thank you for your support.


The Webster Aquatic Center will conduct a Red Cross Lifeguard Class from June 28th - July 1st.

Registration is online.

The mandatory prerequisite swim test will be held on June 22nd at 4pm.


Attention seniors: We want to make every effort to pronounce your name correctly graduation! Please use Flipgrid to record yourself saying your name for us. Use the code or QR code on this poster, which you will find in the senior lounge and around the school. Thank you!


Attention Freshmen!

Class T-shirts are here!

Students who would like to purchase a T-shirt for $10 or join the Class Dues program may do so before or after school today or tomorrow in Mrs. Sidoti’s classroom, room 339.


Today's lunch is macho nacho


Good morning,

I’m Linda Hayes and I’m a teaching assistant in the building.

I’m here to let you know about a program we started at Thomas years ago that we feel is great for the environment, makes you feel good and helps a lot of underprivileged students. It’s the School Supply Recycling Program. Some of you might remember it from 2019. Last year we weren’t able to do it because of the school closings and restrictions due to the pandemic, but we’re on for this year!

In the next week or so you’ll be cleaning out your lockers and we’d like your help. Instead of throwing items you don’t want in the garbage, please place the gently used or new items not used in the specially marked recycle boxes. We’re looking for pens, pencils, erasers, rulers, lined paper, folders, binders, any school supplies you no longer want or need. If it’s in bad shape, toss it in the garbage. Those cans will also be in the hallways so please be helpful and kind.

All items will be donated to the Jewish Family Service program Pencils and Paper in Rochester.

Thanks in advance for helping us do some good for those in need in our community!

June 11, 2021

WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Attention all Seniors.

Senior Chromebook Return will be taking place outside the cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday, June 14th and 15th.

After turning your chromebook in, you will receive a ticket to collect your cap and gown.

If you need to keep your chromebook later for any reason, come let us know and we will take your information.

Please remember to bring your chromebook on your day!


Attention Sophomores! You can pick up or purchase your sophomore year RED T-shirt either before or after school beginning Tuesday, June 8th until Thursday, June 17th from Mrs. Barnes (room 308) or Mr. Bertrand (room 304). T-shirts are either $10 or free for those students who paid their class dues during freshman year.


Attention Class of 2024, class T-shirts are here!

Students who prepaid through the Class Dues program will receive their shirt in English class Thursday, June 10 or Friday, June 11.

Students who would like to purchase a T-shirt for $10 or join the Class Dues program may do so before or after school Thursday, June 10 - Tuesday, June 15 in Mrs. Sidoti’s classroom, room 339.


Have you always wanted to try yoga?

Maybe you are already a yoga expert?

Either way....come join Mrs. Stacy on the turf for some yoga in the sun as part of our Summer Send Off.

Sessions will be held on Wednesday June 16th and Thursday 17th during lunches.

All are welcome!


The last day students can receive Chromebook loaners is Tuesday June 15th. After that, WTI is still open for help and repair til June 22nd but no loaners will be given for any reason. Students may come down to WTI and use loaner devices here in our room to complete work, but may not take them out


Students in Ms. Geary's ELA class are pleased to announce that they are holding a book drive!

Bring in books from home that you have outgrown or no longer read and place them in the donation bin located in the library.

We are accepting all types of books for this drive.

All book donations will be taken to the Webster Public Library.

The book drive will be taking place all of next week, so start looking around at home over the weekend for possible donations! Thank you for your support.



Student Council and Class Councils are planning a "Summer Send Off" the week of June 14th. This week will be a time for all of Thomas to celebrate the end of a challenging year and show some school and class spirit and competition.


We will have dress up days starting with Murica Monday and Tuesday on June 14th and 15th followed by class color days on Wednesday and Thursday.


Classes will compete in our annual Can Jam to support the Goodness Initiative. Help fill the community stands in the greater Rochester area by bringing in the food listed here for your class and place them in the designated bins by the cafeterias all week long. We are racing to the top so the class with the highest stack by the end of the week, OR whoever reaches the ceiling first, wins.


During lunches on Wednesday and Thursday you will have the opportunity to purchase lunch from food trucks that are coming to Thomas. Enjoy lunch outside with us on these days.


The competition will go all week including murals that each class has already been working on as well as judging the best class shirt for the year. All week long we'll be keeping track of participation in dress days and can jam. Teachers will be catching students representing CARE attributes and participating with school spirit. When you scan the QR code you'll choose "student council" and be entered in a drawing each day for prizes including T-shirts, food truck coupons, and more. The class with the most participation by the end of the week will get their class on the Spirit Stick for 2020-2021.


Contact your class officers and advisers or check out the posters and fliers hanging around school for more information.


Today's lunch is mac & cheese. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

June 10, 2021

WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Attention all Seniors.

Senior Chromebook Return will be taking place outside the cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday, June 14th and 15th.

After turning your chromebook in, you will receive a ticket to collect your cap and gown.

If you need to keep your chromebook later for any reason, come let us know and we will take your information.

Please remember to bring your chromebook on your day!


Attention Sophomores! You can pick up or purchase your sophomore year RED T-shirt either before or after school beginning Tuesday, June 8th until Thursday, June 17th from Mrs. Barnes (room 308) or Mr. Bertrand (room 304). T-shirts are either $10 or free for those students who paid their class dues during freshman year.


Attention Class of 2024, class T-shirts are here!

Students who prepaid through the Class Dues program will receive their shirt in English class Thursday, June 10 or Friday, June 11.

Students who would like to purchase a T-shirt for $10 or join the Class Dues program may do so before or after school Thursday, June 10 - Tuesday, June 15 in Mrs. Sidoti’s classroom, room 339.


Have you always wanted to try yoga?

Maybe you are already a yoga expert?

Either way....come join Mrs. Stacy on the turf for some yoga in the sun during spirit week.

Sessions will be held on Wednesday June 16th and Thursday 17th during lunches.

All are welcome!


Webster Thomas Seniors Cassidy Potter & Sara Menz are asking for your help with their AP Lit project.

They are holding a donation drive to benefit the Willow Domestic Violence Center.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center is in need of the items shown here.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center ensures that survivors of domestic violence have access to the services and supports needed along the journey to a safe and empowered life.

Your much needed donations will help and support those in our local community.

Donations can be dropped off in Ms. Geary's room, 212, from now until Friday, June 11th.

Thank you for your help!


Student Council and Class Councils are planning a "Summer Send Off" the week of June 14th. This week will be a time for all of Thomas to celebrate the end of a challenging year and show some school and class spirit and competition.


We will have dress up days starting with Murica Monday and Tuesday on June 14th and 15th followed by class color days on Wednesday and Thursday.


Classes will compete in our annual Can Jam to support the Goodness Initiative. Help fill the community stands in the greater Rochester area by bringing in the food listed here for your class and place them in the designated bins by the cafeterias all week long. We are racing to the top so the class with the highest stack by the end of the week, OR whoever reaches the ceiling first, wins.


During lunches on Wednesday and Thursday you will have the opportunity to purchase lunch from food trucks that are coming to Thomas. Enjoy lunch outside with us on these days.


The competition will go all week including murals that each class has already been working on as well as judging the best class shirt for the year. All week long we'll be keeping track of participation in dress days and can jam. Teachers will be catching students representing CARE attributes and participating with school spirit. When you scan the QR code you'll choose "student council" and be entered in a drawing each day for prizes including T-shirts, food truck coupons, and more. The class with the most participation by the end of the week will get their class on the Spirit Stick for 2020-2021.


Contact your class officers and advisers or check out the posters and fliers hanging around school for more information.


Today's lunch is mac & cheese. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

June 9, 2021

Attention all Seniors.

Senior Chromebook Return will be taking place outside the cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday, June 14th and 15th.

After turning your chromebook in, you will receive a ticket to collect your cap and gown.

If you need to keep your chromebook later for any reason, come let us know and we will take your information.

Please remember to bring your chromebook on your day!


Attention Sophomores! You can pick up or purchase your sophomore year RED T-shirt either before or after school beginning Tuesday, June 8th until Thursday, June 17th from Mrs. Barnes (room 308) or Mr. Bertrand (room 304). T-shirts are either $10 or free for those students who paid their class dues during freshman year.


Student Council and Class Councils are planning a "Summer Send Off" the week of June 14th. This week will be a time for all of Thomas to celebrate the end of a challenging year and show some school and class spirit and competition.


We will have dress up days starting with Murica Monday and Tuesday on June 14th and 15th followed by class color days on Wednesday and Thursday.


Classes will compete in our annual Can Jam to support the Goodness Initiative. Help fill the community stands in the greater Rochester area by bringing in the food listed here for your class and place them in the designated bins by the cafeterias all week long. We are racing to the top so the class with the highest stack by the end of the week, OR whoever reaches the ceiling first, wins.


During lunches on Wednesday and Thursday you will have the opportunity to purchase lunch from food trucks that are coming to Thomas. Enjoy lunch outside with us on these days.


The competition will go all week including murals that each class has already been working on as well as judging the best class shirt for the year. All week long we'll be keeping track of participation in dress days and can jam. Teachers will be catching students representing CARE attributes and participating with school spirit. When you scan the QR code you'll choose "student council" and be entered in a drawing each day for prizes including T-shirts, food truck coupons, and more. The class with the most participation by the end of the week will get their class on the Spirit Stick for 2020-2021.


Contact your class officers and advisers or check out the posters and fliers hanging around school for more information.


Today's lunch is meatball sub

June 8, 2021


WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Attention all Seniors.

Senior Chromebook Return will be taking place outside the cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday, June 14th and 15th.

After turning your chromebook in, you will receive a ticket to collect your cap and gown.

If you need to keep your chromebook later for any reason, come let us know and we will take your information.

Please remember to bring your chromebook on your day!


Congratulations to this year's recipients of the Seal of Biliteracy. This year 77 Warrior and Titan students fulfilled the requirements and defended their language skills in English and another World Language, earning a total of 78 NY State Seals.

We would also like to send a big shout out to the following staff who helped support a very successful Seal of Biliteracy year. We appreciate all the time, effort, and guidance you have provided this year!


Attention Sophomores! You can pick up or purchase your sophomore year RED T-shirt either before or after school beginning Tuesday, June 8th until Thursday, June 17th from Mrs. Barnes (room 308) or Mr. Bertrand (room 304). T-shirts are either $10 or free for those students who paid their class dues during freshman year.


Webster Thomas Seniors Cassidy Potter & Sara Menz are asking for your help with their AP Lit project.

They are holding a donation drive to benefit the Willow Domestic Violence Center.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center is in need of the items shown here.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center ensures that survivors of domestic violence have access to the services and supports needed along the journey to a safe and empowered life.

Your much needed donations will help and support those in our local community.

Donations can be dropped off in Ms. Geary's room, 212, from now until Friday, June 11th.

Thank you for your help!


Student Council and Class Councils are planning a "Summer Send Off" the week of June 14th. This week will be a time for all of Thomas to celebrate the end of a challenging year and show some school and class spirit and competition.


We will have dress up days starting with Murica Monday and Tuesday on June 14th and 15th followed by class color days on Wednesday and Thursday.


Classes will compete in our annual Can Jam to support the Goodness Initiative. Help fill the community stands in the greater Rochester area by bringing in the food listed here for your class and place them in the designated bins by the cafeterias all week long. We are racing to the top so the class with the highest stack by the end of the week, OR whoever reaches the ceiling first, wins.


During lunches on Wednesday and Thursday you will have the opportunity to purchase lunch from food trucks that are coming to Thomas. Enjoy lunch outside with us on these days.


The competition will go all week including murals that each class has already been working on as well as judging the best class shirt for the year. All week long we'll be keeping track of participation in dress days and can jam. Teachers will be catching students representing CARE attributes and participating with school spirit. When you scan the QR code you'll choose "student council" and be entered in a drawing each day for prizes including T-shirts, food truck coupons, and more. The class with the most participation by the end of the week will get their class on the Spirit Stick for 2020-2021.


Contact your class officers and advisers or check out the posters and fliers hanging around school for more information.


Today's lunch is pizza crunchers

June 7, 2021

WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Attention all Seniors.

Senior Chromebook Return will be taking place outside the cafeteria on Monday and Tuesday, June 14th and 15th.

After turning your chromebook in, you will receive a ticket to collect your cap and gown.

If you need to keep your chromebook later for any reason, come let us know and we will take your information.

Please remember to bring your chromebook on your day!


Congratulations to this year's recipients of the Seal of Biliteracy. This year 77 Warrior and Titan students fulfilled the requirements and defended their language skills in English and another World Language, earning a total of 78 NY State Seals.


We would also like to send a big shout out to the following staff who helped support a very successful Seal of Biliteracy year. We appreciate all the time, effort, and guidance you have provided this year!



Attention Sophomores! You can pick up or purchase your sophomore year RED T-shirt either before or after school beginning Tuesday, June 8th until Thursday, June 17th from Mrs. Barnes (room 308) or Mr. Bertrand (room 304). T-shirts are either $10 or free for those students who paid their class dues during freshman year.



Webster Thomas Seniors Cassidy Potter & Sara Menz are asking for your help with their AP Lit project.

They are holding a donation drive to benefit the Willow Domestic Violence Center.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center is in need of the items shown here.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center ensures that survivors of domestic violence have access to the services and supports needed along the journey to a safe and empowered life.

Your much needed donations will help and support those in our local community.

Donations can be dropped off in Ms. Geary's room, 212, from now until Friday, June 11th.

Thank you for your help!


Student Council and Class Councils are planning a "Summer Send Off" the week of June 14th. This week will be a time for all of Thomas to celebrate the end of a challenging year and show some school and class spirit and competition.


We will have dress up days starting with Murica Monday and Tuesday on June 14th and 15th followed by class color days on Wednesday and Thursday.


Classes will compete in our annual Can Jam to support the Goodness Initiative. Help fill the community stands in the greater Rochester area by bringing in the food listed here for your class and place them in the designated bins by the cafeterias all week long. We are racing to the top so the class with the highest stack by the end of the week, OR whoever reaches the ceiling first, wins.


During lunches on Wednesday and Thursday you will have the opportunity to purchase lunch from food trucks that are coming to Thomas. Enjoy lunch outside with us on these days.


The competition will go all week including murals that each class has already been working on as well as judging the best class shirt for the year. All week long we'll be keeping track of participation in dress days and can jam. Teachers will be catching students representing CARE attributes and participating with school spirit. When you scan the QR code you'll choose "student council" and be entered in a drawing each day for prizes including T-shirts, food truck coupons, and more. The class with the most participation by the end of the week will get their class on the Spirit Stick for 2020-2021.


Contact your class officers and advisers or check out the posters and fliers hanging around school for more information.


Today's lunch is pizza crunchers

June 4th, 2021

Yearbooks are still available for purchase in the main office. The cost is $75 cash or check made out to Webster Thomas Yearbook.

If you ordered a yearbook but haven't picked it up yet, please pick up your book from the care room across from the north cafeteria during any lunch block.

Please check with your parents, or check the lists outside the CARE room, to see if you have a purchased yearbook waiting for you

We have many pre-ordered books unclaimed at this point!


WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Webster Thomas Seniors Cassidy Potter & Sara Menz are asking for your help with their AP Lit project.

They are holding a donation drive to benefit the Willow Domestic Violence Center.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center is in need of the items shown here.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center ensures that survivors of domestic violence have access to the services and supports needed along the journey to a safe and empowered life.

Your much needed donations will help and support those in our local community.

Donations can be dropped off in Ms. Geary's room, 212, from now until Friday, June 11th.

Thank you for your help!


Today's lunch is italian & garlic cheesy pull apart


Student Council would like to announce the students and staff for the month of June.


In 9th grade, Lilliana Benfante. Lilly is an extremely dedicated student who always goes above and beyond with her work. She is caring and kind, and always willing to share her thoughts during class, even during a year that makes that challenging.


In 10th grade, Abbigale Johnson. Abbi is a kind and welcoming person. She participates in class regularly and is always willing to help her fellow students. Abbi even volunteers to take notes for absent students and helps students that are behind get caught up.


In 11th grade, Evan Gorthy. Evan is an insightful student whose contributions to classroom conversations are enlightening with a dash of humor. Evan has found success in class through his relentless engagement and leadership. It has been a pleasure to have him in class.


In 12th grade, Cayla Plank. Cayla is a friendly and helpful student. She is kind and respectful to others. Cayla is a hard worker in school who likes to learn and is willing to put in the work to do well.


And the Staff member for June is Donna Gaudino. Mrs. Gaudino has worked in Webster for over 30 years, the last 20 years have been here at Thomas. Mrs. Gaudino is one of the first faces and voices you encounter when you walk into Thomas and she always makes you feel at home. She is thoughtful and kind and never misses a detail. She is the heart of Thomas. Congratulations Mrs. Gaudino on your retirement. We will miss you!


Congratulations to all of our students and staff for June. You may stop in the main office to pick up your certificate and gift card.

June 3, 2021

Yearbooks are still available for purchase in the main office. The cost is $75 cash or check made out to Webster Thomas Yearbook.

If you ordered a yearbook but haven't picked it up yet, please pick up your book from the care room across from the north cafeteria during any lunch block.

Please check with your parents, or check the lists outside the CARE room, to see if you have a purchased yearbook waiting for you

We have many pre-ordered books unclaimed at this point!


WonderCare is now hiring for next school year, please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information. Must be 16 years of age or older to apply


Attention Mountain bikers, due to the rainy forecast we will not be riding today. We will meet next week if weather permits.


Student Council would like to announce the students and staff for the month of June.


In 9th grade, Lilliana Benfante. Lilly is an extremely dedicated student who always goes above and beyond with her work. She is caring and kind, and always willing to share her thoughts during class, even during a year that makes that challenging.


In 10th grade, Abbigale Johnson. Abbi is a kind and welcoming person. She participates in class regularly and is always willing to help her fellow students. Abbi even volunteers to take notes for absent students and helps students that are behind get caught up.


In 11th grade, Evan Gorthy. Evan is an insightful student whose contributions to classroom conversations are enlightening with a dash of humor. Evan has found success in class through his relentless engagement and leadership. It has been a pleasure to have him in class.


In 12th grade, Cayla Plank. Cayla is a friendly and helpful student. She is kind and respectful to others. Cayla is a hard worker in school who likes to learn and is willing to put in the work to do well.


And the Staff member for June is Donna Guadino. Mrs. Guadino has worked in Webster for over 30 years, the last 20 years have been here at Thomas. Mrs. Guadino is one of the first faces and voices you encounter when you walk into Thomas and she always makes you feel at home. She is thoughtful and kind and never misses a detail. She is the heart of Thomas. Congratulations Mrs. Guadino on your retirement. We will miss you!

Congratulations to all of our students and staff for June. You may stop in the main office to pick up your certificate and gift card.


Today's lunch is italian & garlic cheesy pull apart


June 2, 2021

Yearbooks are still available for purchase in the main office. The cost is $75 cash or check made out to Webster Thomas Yearbook.

If you ordered a yearbook but haven't picked it up yet, please pick up your book from the care room across from the north cafeteria during any lunch block.

Please check with your parents, or check the lists outside the CARE room, to see if you have a purchased yearbook waiting for you

We have many pre-ordered books unclaimed at this point!


Congratulations to the The Unified Basketball team on their game on Thursday night against Irondequoit.

It was a close game, but Thomas won 44 - 36.


Webster Thomas Seniors Cassidy Potter & Sara Menz are asking for your help with their AP Lit project.

They are holding a donation drive to benefit the Willow Domestic Violence Center.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center is in need of the items shown here.

The WIllow Domestic Violence Center ensures that survivors of domestic violence have access to the services and supports needed along the journey to a safe and empowered life.

Your much needed donations will help and support those in our local community.

Donations can be dropped off in Ms. Geary's room, 212, from now until Friday, June 11th.

Thank you for your help!


The Boys Outdoor Track and Field Team completed their final divisional matchup last night against the Spencerport Rangers. The meet was tight throughout a good portion of the afternoon, but in the end, it was the Titans who were victorious yet again, taking the win with a score of 78-63.

Senior Sean Smith, for the 6th straight meet, won the Discus Throw and Shot Put for the Titans, while Senior Austin Schoen led the boys scoring on the track winning both the mile and 800 meter races. Sophomore Cory Jarvis placed in three events, tying for first place with Jack Roetker in High Jump, taking 2nd in the 400 Intermediate Hurdles and placing third in the 110 High Hurdles. The Titans have completed their sixth straight season with an undefeated record winning a sixth straight division title. They will now move onto Sectionals at Penfield next Thursday afternoon.


Last night the girls track team ended their season with a big win over Spencerport., 95-46. Several girls won their events and many had personal bests. First place went to: Ava Pezzimenti in the 400, Natalia Seremtis in the mile, Jenna McLean in 400 hurdles, Carolyn Mack in the 800 and 2 mile, Liana Samolis in long jump and Ella Esders in triple. Also winning were Clara Whilden in high jump, Ella Hamby in pole vault, Skyler Klimow in discus and Kendall Liapis in shot put. The girls also won the 4 by 1 and 4 by 800.



Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

June 1, 2021

Yearbooks are still available for purchase in the main office. The cost is $75 cash or check made out to Webster Thomas Yearbook.

If you have ordered a yearbook but haven't picked it up yet, please pick up your book from the care room across from the north cafeteria during any lunch block.

Congratulations to the The Unified Basketball team on their game on Thursday night against Irondequoit.

It was a close game, but Thomas won 44 - 36.

Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

May 28, 2021

YEARBOOKS will be available for pickup during lunch blocks starting today. Visit the CARE room window, across the hall from the north cafeteria, to pick up your pre-ordered yearbook. You may not leave class to pick up your book. Only during your lunch.

If you are not sure if you have ordered a yearbook, consult the lists posted outside the CARE room.

Yearbooks can still be purchased as well, and will be available until they are sold out. Cost of the book is $75 cash, or check made out to Webster Thomas Yearbook.


The Boys Outdoor Track Team continued their season and their 6 year undefeated streak on Tuesday night beating Penfield 81-60. Solid performances from the team came from Junior, Evan Gorthy as he won the 400 Intermediate Hurdles and finished second in the 110 High Hurdles while Junior, Jaden Barnwell won the Triple Jump and placed third in the Long Jump. Other strong performances came from Junior, Jackson Gloskey finishing first in both the 110 High Hurdles and Long Jump and Senior, Sean Smith took two first place finishes in the Shotput and Discus Throw. The Titans are now 4-0 on the season with one meet left next Tuesday against Spencerport. If they win this meet, they will win their sixth straight Division Title and will be undefeated for the sixth year in a row.


The Webster Thomas Art Department brings in local artist Sari Gaby to teach workshops to our Drawing 1 and Painting 2 classes. Her portrait work can be seen in both private and public art collections around the United States. Along with this portrait work, Sari also teaches classes and private lessons in the city of Rochester. This year, Sari is honoring two of our students with a series of 3 private drawing lessons each. She has asked the Art Department to select one sophomore and one junior who excel in portraiture to receive the “Sari Gaby Emerging Portrait Artist” award.

Congratulations to Ava Burton for being selected as the recipient of this award! Well done Ava!


Today's lunch is chicken tenders and they are FREE!

May 27, 2021

Attention Seniors:

Please don't forget that our Senior Breakfast is this Friday, May 28th at 9 AM In the Field House. You will receive your yearbooks, have a great meal, and have time to chat with each other. We also have a slideshow to remember your years in Webster and some musical performances to share.

Finally, PLEASE WEAR PURPLE!!! Whether it be a class t-shirt of any year, or just the color, we are going to do a class photo in solidarity! Thank you!


Today is our annual Picnic Day!

Mr. Widor, Mrs. Kidd, Mr. McBride, Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Anson will be grilling up hot dogs in the courtyard.

Please stop down to the cafeteria to get lunch and eat in the courtyard with your friends.

Lunch will include a hot dog, cookies, bag of chips, watermelon, and mac salad.

See you there!


The library media center will be closed Periods 4 through 8 today for testing.


YEARBOOKS will be available for pickup during lunch blocks starting today. Visit the CARE room window, across the hall from the north cafeteria, to pick up your pre-ordered yearbook. You may not leave class to pick up your book. Only during your lunch.

If you are not sure if you have ordered a yearbook, consult the lists posted outside the CARE room.

Yearbooks can still be purchased as well, and will be available until they are sold out. Cost of the book is $75 cash, or check made out to Webster Thomas Yearbook.


The girls track team lost another close one to Penfield on Tuesday night, 69-72. Winning for Thomas: Ava Pezzimenti in the 400, Carolyn Mack in the mile, Clara Whiden in the high jump and long jump, Skyler Klimow in the discus, and Ella Esders in the triple jump. The girls 4x400 and 4x800 were also winners.


The Boys Outdoor Track Team continued their season and their 6 year undefeated streak on Tuesday night beating Penfield 81-60. Solid performances from the team came from Junior, Evan Gorthy as he won the 400 Intermediate Hurdles and finished second in the 110 High Hurdles while Junior, Jaden Barnwell won the Triple Jump and placed third in the Long Jump. Other strong performances came from Junior, Jackson Gloskey finishing first in both the 110 High Hurdles and Long Jump and Senior, Sean Smith took two first place finishes in the Shotput and Discus Throw. The Titans are now 4-0 on the season with one meet left next Tuesday against Spencerport. If they win this meet, they will win their sixth straight Division Title and will be undefeated for the sixth year in a row.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Today's lunch is hot dog. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 26, 2021

Attention Seniors:

Please don't forget that our Senior Breakfast is this Friday, May 28th at 9 AM In the Field House. You will receive your yearbooks, have a great meal, and have time to chat with each other. We also have a slideshow to remember your years in Webster and some musical performances to share.

Finally, PLEASE WEAR PURPLE!!! Whether it be a class t-shirt of any year, or just the color, we are going to do a class photo in solidarity! Thank you!


Today and Thursday will be our annual Picnic Day!

Mr Widor, Mrs. Kidd, Mr. McBride, Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Anson will be grilling up hot dogs in the courtyard.

Please stop down to the cafeteria to get lunch and eat in the courtyard with your friends.

Lunch will include a hot dog, cookies, bag of chips, watermelon, and mac salad.

See you there!


Seniors....Now is the time to complete your Class of 2021 Senior Exit Survey. Go into your Naviance account and complete your survey today!

Need help? Stop in the student center!


The girls track team lost another close one to Penfield last night, 69-72. Winning for Thomas: Ava Pezziment in the 400, Carolyn Mack in the mile, Clara Whiden in the high jump and long jump, Skyler Klimow in the discus, and Ella Esders in the triple jump. The girls 4x400 and 4x800 were also winners.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 25, 2021

If you are bringing a guest to the senior ball or junior prom who does not attend a Webster School you will need to fill out a guest form.

Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices.


Attention Seniors:

Please don't forget that our Senior Breakfast is this Friday, May 28th at 9 AM In the Field House. You will receive your yearbooks, have a great meal, and have time to chat with each other. We also have a slideshow to remember your years in Webster and some musical performances to share.

Finally, PLEASE WEAR PURPLE!!! Whether it be a class t-shirt of any year, or just the color, we are going to do a class photo in solidarity! Thank you!


Wednesday and Thursday will be our annual Picnic Day!

Mr Widor, Mrs. Kidd, Mr. McBride, Mrs. Murray and Mrs. Anson will be grilling up hot dogs in the courtyard.

Please stop down to the cafeteria to get lunch and eat in the courtyard with your friends.

Lunch will include a hot dog, cookies, bag of chips, watermelon, and mac salad.

See you there!


Today's lunch is bacon cheeseburger / hamburger. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 24, 2021

This year, the senior ball and junior prom will both be held outdoors and after working through some logistics we are pleased to be able to allow our students to bring a guest who does not attend a Webster School.

Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices.


Attention Seniors:

Please don't forget that our Senior Breakfast is this Friday, May 28th at 9 AM In the Field House. You will receive your yearbooks, have a great meal, and have time to chat with each other. We also have a slideshow to remember your years in Webster and some musical performances to share.

Finally, PLEASE WEAR PURPLE!!! Whether it be a class t-shirt of any year, or just the color, we are going to do a class photo in solidarity! Thank you!


The Webster Show Choir will be performing live on the Thomas Auditorium stage tonight at 6pm and 7:15pm. For all those in attendance, you will be asked to sign in at the door for contact tracing, and to social distance 6 feet apart from non-family members. Hope you can come out and enjoy a night of music and dancing. Thank you!


Today's lunch is wing stingers. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 21, 2021

Due to AP Exams, the hallway by the Gold House Office will be closed today from 12pm - 4pm. All afternoon classes in this hallway have been moved to alternate locations. If you have a locker in this hallway, you will not have access to it after 12pm. Please make appropriate arrangements.

Also, due to the exams, there will be no bells or announcements throughout the day.

Testing will be taking place in the Gold House Hallway, Library and Auditorium today. Please be mindful of the exams and keep noise levels down. Thank you.


The library media center will be closed for testing today for periods 1 through 5.


The Webster Show Choir will be performing live on the Thomas Auditorium stage on Monday, May 24th at 6pm and 7:15pm. For all those in attendance, you will be asked to sign in at the door for contact tracing, and to social distance 6 feet apart from non-family members. Hope you can come out and enjoy a night of music and dancing. Thank you!


The Boys Outdoor Track and Field Team took on Brighton Tuesday night where the Titans extended their undefeated streak to 3-0 on the season. The Titans took it to the Bruins in the Field, with great performances by Senior Sean Smith winning both the Discus and Shotput and Sophomore Cory Jarvis winning both the Triple and High Jump. Other notable performances came from Junior, Jackson Gloskey, winning 3 events (110 high hurdles, 400 hurdles, and the Long Jump) while Junior, Aidan Civiletti had his best race day of the season winning the 800m and running anchor in the 4 by 800 meter relay, holding off one of Brighton's best runners with a strong finish in the final 200 meters of the race. Next up for the Titans will be their Senior meet as they travel to Penfield next Tuesday.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 20, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due TODAY to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


The Boys Outdoor Track and Field Team took on Brighton Tuesday night where the Titans extended their undefeated streak to 3-0 on the season. The Titans took it to the Bruins in the Field, with great performances by Senior Sean Smith winning both the Discus and Shotput and Sophomore Cory Jarvis winning both the Triple and High Jump. Other notable performances came from Junior, Jackson Gloskey, winning 3 events (110 high hurdles, 400 hurdles, and the Long Jump) while Junior, Aidan Civiletti had his best race day of the season winning the 800m and running anchor in the 4 by 800 meter relay, holding off one of Brighton's best runners with a strong finish in the final 200 meters of the race. Next up for the Titans will be their Senior meet as they travel to Penfield next Tuesday.


Today's lunch is tacos. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 19, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due tomorrow to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


Seniors....Now is the time to complete your Class of 2021 Senior Exit Survey. Go into your Naviance account and complete your survey today!

Need help? Stop in the student center!


Last night the Titans competed against a strong Brighton team. All girls gave 100% in each event. Brighton did come out on top, 76-65.

Double winners for Thomas were: Ava Pezzimenti in the 100 meter with a time of 13.6 and 200 meter with a time of 27.8.

Clara Whilden won the triple jump with a distance of 32 feet 8 inches and the high jump at 4 feet 10 inches.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 18, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 20th to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


This year, the senior ball and junior prom will both be held outdoors and after working through some logistics we are pleased to be able to allow our students to bring a guest who does not attend a Webster School.

Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices.


Attention Juniors: If you would like to help with the Junior Class mural for the spring contact Conor Bracy or Mrs. Drury in room 205 for more information.


The students have spoken and they have selected Titan English Teacher and Buffalo Bills extreme fan Mr. Kyle Suffoletto as their keynote speaker at their June 24th graduation ceremony. Congrats Mr. Suff- we can't wait to hear your message to the Class of 2021!


Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons club, is cancelled this afternoon. We'll adventure again next week; new players are always welcome.


Today's lunch is fiestada

May 17, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 20th to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


This year, the senior ball and junior prom will both be held outdoors and after working through some logistics we are pleased to be able to allow our students to bring a guest who does not attend a Webster School.

Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices.


Attention Juniors: If you would like to help with the Junior Class mural for the spring contact Conor Bracy or Mrs. Drury in room 205 for more information.


The students have spoken and they have selected Titan English Teacher and Buffalo Bills extreme fan Mr. Kyle Suffoletto as their keynote speaker at their June 24th graduation ceremony. Congrats Mr. Suff- we can't wait to hear your message to the Class of 2021!


The Teen Book Fest has announced the schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Auto Club will be held at its normal time on Tuesday May 18th rather than its previously rescheduled time. Auto club begins at 3:15 and ends at 4:30 on Tuesday May 18th.


Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 14, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 20th to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


Attention Juniors: If you would like to help with the Junior Class mural for the spring contact Conor Bracy or Mrs. Drury in room 205 for more information.


Auto Club will be held at its normal time on Tuesday May 18th rather than its previously rescheduled time. Auto club begins at 3:15 and ends at 4:30 on Tuesday May 18th.


The Thomas Unified Basketball season begins next week!

Make sure you sign up in FamilyID and Text the number shown here to get Remind updates.


The Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team Loves our staff! Players will be delivering a gift bag this week to staff that has made an impact on them. Look for staff in Thomas Lacrosse t-shirts this Thursday and Friday to celebrate the home game against Hilton Friday at 7pm - the game will be on Varsity Media. Let's Go Titans and Thank you Staff for supporting our student athletes!


Today's lunch is chocolate chip pancakes

May 13, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 20th to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Attention Juniors: If you would like to help with the Junior Class mural for the spring contact Conor Bracy or Mrs. Drury in room 205 for more information.


Attention Science Olympiad Students:

Our final gathering and medal ceremony is after school today for group 1 students in room 211.

If you have questions, see Mrs. Anne, Mrs. Visca, Mr. Schenk or Mr. Schug


The Teen Book Fest has announced the schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Attention all CARE club members. There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, May 13th at 3:15. Need volunteer hours? Care Club is a great way to earn hours right here in school. We hope to see you after school on Thursday (in person or via google meet)! New members are always welcome!


The Thomas Unified Basketball season begins next week!

Make sure you sign up in FamilyID and Text the number shown here to get Remind updates.


Last night The Thomas Boys Track and Field team travelled to Churchville to take on the Saints for their 2nd meet of the season. Thomas, coming in with a record of 1-0 continued their dominance with a 94-47 victory over Churchville. While the score was very close on the track, Thomas took it to the Saints in the field events all afternoon. Senior, Sean Smith won both the discus throw and shot put for the second straight meet while sophomore, Jack Roetker won the High Jump and placed 2nd in the Long Jump. Other strong performances on the afternoon were given by Senior Austin Schoen, winning the 800 and mile, junior Jackson Gloskey was a triple winner in the 110 high hurdles, 400 meter hurdle and the long jump and sophomore Connor Thomas took the win in the 2 mile race. The Titans are now 2-0 on the season and travel to both Sodus and Lyons this weekend for invitational meets.


The girls track team fought hard against a tough Churchville team, unfortunately falling short with a 69-70 loss. There were 6 girls who won their individual events: Ella Esders in the 100 hurdles, Telaney Kilian in the 400, Jenna McLean in the 400 hurdles, Heather Ashton in the 800, Kendall Liapias won shot put and Skyler Klimow won discus.


The Boys Varsity Lacrosse Team Loves our staff! Players will be delivering a gift bag this week to staff that has made an impact on them. Look for staff in Thomas Lacrosse t-shirts this Thursday and Friday to celebrate the home game against Hilton Friday at 7pm - the game will be on Varsity Media. Let's Go Titans and Thank you Staff for supporting our student athletes!


Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 12, 2021

The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Attention Juniors: If you would like to help with the Junior Class mural for the spring contact Conor Bracy or Mrs. Drury in room 205 for more information.


The Teen Book Fest has announced the schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Attention all CARE club members. There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, May 13th at 3:15. Need volunteer hours? Care Club is a great way to earn hours right here in school. We hope to see you after school on Thursday (in person or via google meet)! New members are always welcome!


The Thomas Unified Basketball season begins next week!

Make sure you sign up in FamilyID and Text the number shown here to get Remind updates.


Last night The Thomas Boys Track and Field team travelled to Churchville to take on the Saints for their 2nd meet of the season. Thomas, coming in with a record of 1-0 continued their dominance with a 94-47 victory over Churchville. While the score was very close on the track, Thomas took it to the Saints in the field events all afternoon. Senior, Sean Smith won both the discus throw and shot put for the second straight meet while sophomore, Jack Roetker won the High Jump and placed 2nd in the Long Jump. Other strong performances on the afternoon were given by Senior Austin Schoen, winning the 800 and mile, junior Jackson Gloskey was a triple winner in the 110 high hurdles, 400 meter hurdle and the long jump and sophomore Connor Thomas took the win in the 2 mile race. The Titans are now 2-0 on the season and travel to both Sodus and Lyons this weekend for invitational meets.


The girls track team fought hard against a tough Churchville team, unfortunately falling short with a 69-70 loss. There were 6 girls who won their individual events: Ella Esders in the 100 hurdles, Telaney Kilian in the 400, Jenna McLean in the 400 hurdles, Heather Ashton in the 800, Kendall Liapias won shot put and Skyler Klimow won discus.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

May 11, 2021

This year, the senior ball and junior prom will both be held outdoors and after working through some logistics we are pleased to be able to allow our students to bring a guest who does not attend a Webster School.


Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices. All attendees and their guests must provide documentation of vaccine or a negative Covid test within 72 hours of the event.


Attention all Seniors! If you still need to sign-up for your Senior Trip cabins, please do so ASAP. You can find the Google form code on the Class of 2021 Google Classroom or in the Senior Lounge.


The American Mathematics Competition Exam results have arrived. Congratulations to Grace Mahoney, Nathan Magaw and Andrew Ophardt who earned the top three spots on the AMC 12 exam for our school and will represent Webster Thomas’ AMC 12 Team score. In addition, Sanjana Baskar, Aiden Penza and Forrest Li (8th Grader) earned the top three spots on the AMC 10 exam for our school and will represent Webster Thomas’ AMC 10 Team score. Thank you to all mathematicians who took the "virtual" challenge to think out of the box mathematically.


Seniors....Now is the time to complete your Class of 2021 Senior Exit Survey. Go into your Naviance account and complete your survey today!

Need help? Stop in the student center!


Attention all CARE club members. There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, May 13th at 3:15. Need volunteer hours? Care Club is a great way to earn hours right here in school. We hope to see you after school on Thursday (in person or via google meet)! New members are always welcome!


Attention Science Olympiad Students:

Our final gathering and medal ceremony is after school today for group 2 students in room 211.

If you have questions, see Mrs. Anne, Mrs. Visca, Mr. Schenk or Mr. Schug.


The Thomas Unified Basketball season begins next week!

Our first practice will be TODAY in the main gym.

We will practice from about 3:30-4:30

Make sure you sign up in FamilyID and Text the number shown here to get Remind updates.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 10, 2021


This year, the senior ball and junior prom will both be held outdoors and after working through some logistics we are pleased to be able to allow our students to bring a guest who does not attend a Webster School.


Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices. All attendees and their guests must provide documentation of vaccine or a negative Covid test within 72 hours of the event.


Attention all Seniors! If you still need to sign-up for your Senior Trip cabins, please do so ASAP. You can find the Google form code on the Class of 2021 Google Classroom or in the Senior Lounge.


The American Mathematics Competition Exam results have arrived. Congratulations to Grace Mahoney, Nathan Magaw and Andrew Ophardt who earned the top three spots on the AMC 12 exam for our school and will represent Webster Thomas’ AMC 12 Team score. In addition, Sanjana Baskar, Aiden Penza and Forrest Li (8th Grader) earned the top three spots on the AMC 10 exam for our school and will represent Webster Thomas’ AMC 10 Team score. Thank you to all mathematicians who took the "virtual" challenge to think out of the box mathematically.


Seniors....Now is the time to complete your Class of 2021 Senior Exit Survey. Go into your Naviance account and complete your survey today!

Need help? Stop in the student center!


Attention all CARE club members. There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, May 13th at 3:15. Need volunteer hours? Care Club is a great way to earn hours right here in school. We hope to see you after school on Thursday (in person or via google meet)! New members are always welcome!


Today's lunch is BLT. Breakfast and lunch is free for ALL students everyday for this school year.

May 7, 2021

Attention seniors..... Money for the senior trip to Camp Corey is due TODAY to the main office. Get your spot reserved and don't forget to go to the Google classroom to register for trip 1 or trip 2 and identify your cabin mates.

You can find the Google form code on the Class of 2021 Google Classroom or in the Senior Lounge.


The Thomas Unified Basketball season begins next week!

Our first practice will be Tuesday, May 11th in the main gym.

We will practice from about 3:30-4:30

Make sure you sign up in FamilyID and Text the number shown here to get Remind updates.



Today's lunch is ultimate grilled cheese


Student Council would like to announce the Students and Staff of the month for May.


In 9th grade, Makenna Curry

Makenna is always on top of her work, both at home and at school. She is focused and uses class time appropriately and efficiently. She always has her work done and excels in the classroom and on the soccer field.


In 10th grade, William Small

William is an AMAZING student with a HUGE heart. Because of ongoing covid restrictions, we are unable to hold our annual bowling fundraiser. William helped mail out requests for donations to local businesses and single handedly raised $850 for the SEPTA scholarship fundraiser!


In 11th grade, Parker Gaboury

Parker is always asking insightful questions in class and checks in frequently to make sure he understands the new concepts. He is fun to have in class - and we miss him when he is not there. He makes everyone feel welcome and at ease. Parker is a great person and a great student!!!


In 12th grade, Marley Torregiano

Marley is an amazing student. She is hardworking, kind and careful in all she does. She is a wonderful and supportive friend as well. To her peers, she is often a shoulder to cry on or an ear to listen. She is also kind to her neighbors- even if they are yelling at her over the counter at her job. With everyone, she is patient and forgiving. If I wonder whether or not I taught something, I know I can look at Marley's work. If I asked for it, Marley did it.


And finally, our staff member of the month, Judi Swanson

Ms. Swanson cares deeply for her students. She has created a comfortable and inviting office environment and will always follow up with you. Ms. Swanson is such an encouraging colleague. Her weekly emails bring rays of sunshine and hope from around the world. She is a true professional during meetings, very knowledgeable about student needs, and provides suggestions and strategies to both students and their case managers for keys to greater success! She is a team player and always willing to assist and work together to help our students and families.


Congratulations to all of our students and staff for the month of May. Please stop by the main office at some point today to pick up your gift certificate and gift card to Dunkin Donuts.

May 6, 2021

Attention seniors..... Money for the senior trip to Camp Corey is due tomorrow to the main office. Get your spot reserved and don't forget to go to the Google classroom to register for trip 1 or trip 2 and identify your cabin mates.


CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


The Thomas Unified Basketball season begins next week!

Our first practice will be Tuesday, May 11th in the main gym.

We will practice from about 3:30-4:30

Make sure you sign up in FamilyID and Text the number shown here to get Remind updates.


Today's lunch is french toast sticks


Student Council would like to announce the Students and Staff of the month for May.

In 9th grade, Makenna Curry

Makenna is always on top of her work, both at home and at school. She is focused and uses class time appropriately and efficiently. She always has her work done and excels in the classroom and on the soccer field.


In 10th grade, William Small

William is an AMAZING student with a HUGE heart. Because of ongoing covid restrictions, we are unable to hold our annual bowling fundraiser. William helped mail out requests for donations to local businesses and single handedly raised $850 for the SEPTA scholarship fundraiser!


In 11th grade, Parker Gaboury

Parker is always asking insightful questions in class and checks in frequently to make sure he understands the new concepts. He is fun to have in class - and we miss him when he is not there. He makes everyone feel welcome and at ease. Parker is a great person and a great student!!!


In 12th grade, Marley Torregiano

Marley is an amazing student. She is hardworking, kind and careful in all she does. She is a wonderful and supportive friend as well. To her peers, she is often a shoulder to cry on or an ear to listen. She is also kind to her neighbors- even if they are yelling at her over the counter at her job. With everyone, she is patient and forgiving. If I wonder whether or not I taught something, I know I can look at Marley's work. If I asked for it, Marley did it.


And finally, our staff member of the month, Judi Swanson

Ms. Swanson cares deeply for her students. She has created a comfortable and inviting office environment and will always follow up with you. Ms. Swanson is such an encouraging colleague. Her weekly emails bring rays of sunshine and hope from around the world. She is a true professional during meetings, very knowledgeable about student needs, and provides suggestions and strategies to both students and their case managers for keys to greater success! She is a team player and always willing to assist and work together to help our students and families.


Congratulations to all of our students and staff for the month of May. Please stop by the main office at some point today to pick up your gift certificate and gift card to Dunkin Donuts.

May 5, 2021

Attention seniors..... Money for the senior trip to Camp Corey is due by May 7th to the main office. Get your spot reserved and don't forget to go to the Google classroom to register for trip 1 or trip 2 and identify your cabin mates.


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Seniors....Now is the time to complete your Class of 2021 Senior Exit Survey. Go into your Naviance account and complete your survey today!

Need help? Stop in the student center!


Congratulations to the girls track team on their win over Greece Olympia/Odyssey 97-40. Clara Whilden was a double winner, winning the triple jump and the high jump. Other individual winners for the Titans were Ava Pezzimenti in the 400m, Carolyn Mack in the mile, Skyler Klimow in the discus, Heather Ashton in the 800, Sage Altobelli in the 2 mile and Ariana Cookinham in the pole vault.


Tuesday night, the Webster Thomas Boys Outdoor Track and Field team took on Greece Olympia. The Titans came into the meet on a 5 year undefeated streak hoping to continue their dominance within their division. Well, the Boys did just that. They defeated Greece Olympia in a dominating performance by a score of 93-44. Strong performances on the afternoon came from Junior, Jackson Gloskey who won the 110 High Hurdles and the 400 Intermediate Hurdles, while Senior Sean Smith won both the Disc and Shot Put. Senior, Austin Schoen also took 1st place in both the 400 meter and the two mile. The Boy's next opponent will be next Tuesday as they travel to Churchville Chili.


The Thomas Unified Basketball season begins next week!

Our first practice will be Tuesday, May 11th in the main gym.

We will practice from about 3:30-4:30

Make sure you sign up in FamilyID and Text the number shown here to get Remind updates.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

May 4, 2021

The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


This year, the senior ball and junior prom will both be held outdoors and after working through some logistics we are pleased to be able to allow our students to bring a guest who does not attend a Webster School.

Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices. All attendees and their guests must provide documentation of vaccine or a negative Covid test within 72 hours of the event.


Attention seniors..... Money for the senior trip to Camp Corey is due by May 7th to the main office. Get your spot reserved and don't forget to go to the Google classroom to register for trip 1 or trip 2 and identify your cabin mates.


Congratulations to Ariana Cookingham, Caroline Darling and Najla Silmi on being named finalists for the 2022 National Merit Scholarship. These three Titans scored among the top 50,000 PSAT test takers out of the millions who took it nationally. Congratulations and good luck in the scholarship contest going forward.


This week is staff appreciation week. Take a moment and let your favorite teacher know that you appreciate all they do for you!


Attention students interested in mountain biking this spring . We will be riding this Thursday May 6th at 3:30 . If you are planning on participating please stop by mrs. Pagano’s room 13O to pick up a permission slip


The girls varsity volleyball team played in the class A sectional finals this past weekend against a talented and well coached Churchville Chili team.

The girls played well and won the second and fourth sets to force a decisive fifth set. Unfortunately they dropped that fifth set by a score of 25 - 23.

Despite this loss, the team has plenty to be proud of. We congratulate them on their success this year and look forward to another run at a sectional title next season.


Today's lunch is pizza bagel. Breakfast & lunch are FREE to ALL students everyday this school year!

May 3, 2021

The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


This year, the senior ball and junior prom will both be held outdoors and after working through some logistics we are pleased to be able to allow our students to bring a guest who does not attend a Webster School.

Guest forms are available in the main office and house offices. All attendees and their guests must provide documentation of vaccine or a negative Covid test within 72 hours of the event.


Attention seniors..... Money for the senior trip to camp corey is due by May 7th to the main office. Get your spot reserved and don't forget to go to the Google classroom to register for trip 1 or trip 2 and identify your cabin mates.


Congratulations to Ariana Cookingham, Caroline Darling and Najla Silmi on being named finalists for the 2022 National Merit Scholarship. These three Titans scored among the top 50,000 PSAT test takers out of the millions who took it nationally. Congratulations and good luck in the scholarship contest going forward.


This week is staff appreciation week. Take a moment and let your favorite teacher know that you appreciate all they do for you!



Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


The Teen Book Fest has announced the schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Attention students interested in mountain biking this spring . We will be riding this Thursday May 6th at 3:30 . If you are planning on participating please stop by mrs. Pagano’s room 13O to pick up a permission slip


The girls varsity volleyball team played in the class A sectional finals this past weekend against a talented and well coached Churchville Chili team.

The girls played well and won the second and fourth sets to force a decisive fifth set. Unfortunately they dropped that fifth set by a score of 25 - 23.

Despite this loss, the team has plenty to be proud of. We congratulate them on their success this year and look forward to another run at a sectional title next season.


Today's lunch is spicy pulled BBQ. Breakfast & lunch are FREE to ALL students everyday this school year!

April 30, 2021

WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


Attention sophomores - if you took the PreACT on April 10th, your scores are ready for pick up in the student center.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Congratulations to the Titans Varsity Girls Volleyball team on their Class A semi final victory over Pittsford Mendon.

Good luck to the girls as they play Churchville-Chili in the Class A finals tomorrow.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

April 29, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


Congratulations goes out to our Thomas Titan Varsity Masterminds Team.

This year our MasterMinds academic and trivia challenge team earned their way to the playoffs and handily winning 2 of 3 matches against other champion teams.

Our Titan Masterminds will be moving on to "schooling" the next level of competition in broader regional championship tournaments.

If you see any Titan MasterMinds as you go around the building, don't be fooled by their average looking head size.

Inside those skulls are actual Master ...[pause] ... Minds.

Congratulations are deserved for Caroline Darling, Julia Essen, Ben Furst, Grace Mahoney, and Lydia Shaw.

Keep routing for our Titan Team as we move forward in championship play.

MasterMinds ... It's the Varsity Sport for your BRAIN!


The library will be closed Thursday, periods 2 and 6.


Attention sophomores - if you took the PreACT on April 10th, your scores are ready for pick up in the student center.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Teen Book Fest has announced the schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.



Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks. Breakfast & lunch are FREE to ALL students everyday this school year!

April 28, 2021

Attention sophomores - if you took the PreACT on April 10th, your scores are ready for pick up in the student center.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Today's lunch is chicken fingers. Breakfast & lunch are FREE to ALL students everyday this school year!

April 27, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Attention all Seniors! There will be a Senior/parent meeting about the trip to Camp Cory Tuesday, April 27th at 7 PM on Google Meet. The link will be sent out that morning. All information about the Senior trip will be covered at this meeting. Please also check the Google Classroom for the Senior trip packet and medical forms for the trip. Extra copies of everything will be in the main office and the Senior Lounge. Thank you!


Congratulations goes out to our Thomas Titan Varsity Masterminds Team.

This year our MasterMinds academic and trivia challenge team earned their way to the playoffs and handily winning 2 of 3 matches against other champion teams.

Our Titan Masterminds will be moving on to "schooling" the next level of competition in broader regional championship tournaments.

If you see any Titan MasterMinds as you go around the building, don't be fooled by their average looking head size.

Inside those skulls are actual Master ...[pause] ... Minds.

Congratulations are deserved for Caroline Darling, Julia Essen, Ben Furst, Grace Mahoney, and Lydia Shaw.

Keep routing for our Titan Team as we move forward in championship play.

MasterMinds ... It's the Varsity Sport for your BRAIN!


Attention sophomores - if you took the PreACT on April 10th, your scores are ready for pick up in the student center.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Attention Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--Scholarship applications are due on Friday, April 30th. Applications are available on google classroom, please complete it and turn it in to Mrs. Muth in room 232!


Congratulations to our Thomas Varsity Cheerleaders on winning the Section V Title this past weekend! Great job!!


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger. Breakfast & lunch are FREE to ALL students everyday this school year!

April 26, 2021

WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Attention all Seniors! There will be a Senior/parent meeting about the trip to Camp Cory Tuesday, April 27th at 7 PM on Google Meet. The link will be sent out that morning. All information about the Senior trip will be covered at this meeting. Please also check the Google Classroom for the Senior trip packet and medical forms for the trip. Extra copies of everything will be in the main office and the Senior Lounge. Thank you!


Attention sophomores - if you took the PreACT on April 10th, your scores are ready for pick up in the student center.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Teen Book Fest has announced the schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Attention Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--Scholarship applications are due on Friday, April 30th. Applications are available on google classroom, please complete it and turn it in to Mrs. Muth in room 232!


Congratulations to our Thomas Varsity Cheerleaders on winning the Section V Title this past weekend! Great job!!


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

April 23, 2021

WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Attention all Seniors! There will be a Senior/parent meeting about the trip to Camp Cory Tuesday, April 27th at 7 PM on Google Meet. The link will be sent out that morning. All information about the Senior trip will be covered at this meeting. Please also check the Google Classroom for the Senior trip packet and medical forms for the trip. Extra copies of everything will be in the main office and the Senior Lounge. Thank you!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Teen Book Fest has announced the session schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Attention Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--Scholarship applications are due on Friday, April 30th. Applications are available on google classroom, please complete it and turn it in to Mrs. Muth in room 232!


Any freshmen looking to try out for Mod A softball - Try outs begin next Monday April 26th in the field house from 3:30-5:30. Make sure you have completed your FamilyID registration online.


Today's lunch is tacos.....just a reminder that breakfast and lunch are FREE to ALL students everyday this school year. Stop down to the cafeteria to see what we have to offer!

April 22, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


Attention all Seniors! There will be a Senior/parent meeting about the trip to Camp Cory Tuesday, April 27th at 7 PM on Google Meet. The link will be sent out that morning. All information about the Senior trip will be covered at this meeting. Please also check the Google Classroom for the Senior trip packet and medical forms for the trip. Extra copies of everything will be in the main office and the Senior Lounge. Thank you!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Teen Book Fest has announced the session schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club is TODAY!!

From 3:15 - 4:00

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 Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--Scholarship applications are due on Friday, April 30th. Applications are available on google classroom, please complete it and turn it in to Mrs. Muth in room 232!


Any freshmen looking to try out for Mod A softball - Try outs begin next Monday April 26th in the field house from 3:30-5:30. Make sure you have completed your FamilyID registration online.


Today's lunch is tacos

April 21, 2021

WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Seniors - If you are a senior who has already applied to Monroe Community College or are planning to, then this is for you. On April 22nd or 23rd, you may meet virtually with a representative from MCC to discuss your next steps going forward or you may apply and they will admit you on the spot. Please sign up in your naviance account for a specific date and Ms. Marcello will send you an appointment time with a zoom link.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Teen Book Fest has announced the session schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2 o'clock and 3 o'clock sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Any freshmen looking to try out for Mod A softball - Try outs begin next Monday April 26th in the field house from 3:30-5:30. Make sure you have completed your FamilyID registration online.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers....just a reminder that breakfast and lunch are free this school year to ALL students. Stop down to the cafeteria and see what we have to offer!

April 20, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Seniors - If you are a senior who has already applied to Monroe Community College or are planning to, then this is for you. On April 22nd or 23rd, you may meet virtually with a representative from MCC to discuss your next steps going forward or you may apply and they will admit you on the spot. Please sign up in your naviance account for a specific date and Ms. Marcello will send you an appointment time with a zoom link.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Teen Book Fest has announced the session schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2:00 and 3:00 sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

April 19, 2021

WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


The Teen Book Fest has announced the session schedule for the May 21 virtual event. Here are just a few of this year's events, which feature writing and illustrating workshops along with author chats. Be sure to catch the 2:00 and 3:00 sessions with Webster Thomas graduate Sarah Hamilton. Sarah is a writer, actress and filmmaker. Registration is open now. Visit teenbookfest.org for more details.


The Class of 2021 and their families will be honored with a Luminary walk on Sunday, May 16th from 7:30 - 9:00pm at Webster Parks and Recreation.

All seniors and their families are invited to attend.

Spend time with your family as you walk the luminated trails, listen to music and receive your class of 2021 yard sign.


Seniors - If you are a senior who has already applied to Monroe Community College or are planning to, then this is for you. On April 22nd or 23rd, you may meet virtually with a representative from MCC to discuss your next steps going forward or you may apply and they will admit you on the spot. Please sign up in your naviance account for a specific date and Ms. Marcello will send you an appointment time with a zoom link.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Mondays from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

April 16, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


Attention juniors and seniors....please check your school email if you have not done so lately.

You will find an end of year events survey which is designed to gather information so that we can get a good sense of the number of students who plan to attend prom, ball and the senior trip.

Please take a minute of your time to fill out the survey.....thank you!


WonderCare Before and After School Program is Hiring!

This is a great opportunity to get experience working with elementary aged students in our district. Please email wondercare@webstercsd.org for more information!


Seniors - If you are a senior who has already applied to Monroe Community College or are planning to, then this is for you. On April 22nd or 23rd, you may meet virtually with a representative from MCC to discuss your next steps going forward or you may apply and they will admit you on the spot. Please sign up in your naviance account for a specific date and Ms. Marcello will send you an appointment time with a zoom link.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Next week is Earth week!

Wear BLUE on Monday and Tuesday to show your support for ocean conservation.


Family ID is now open for Spring Sports Registration -

Go to FamilyID.com and create an account or sign in to register for the spring sports shown here.

Don't delay...Spring High School Sports begin 4/19


Anyone interested in trying out for JV or Varsity Softball, Tryouts begin on Monday April 19th. We will be in the field house from 5:15-7:30pm. Make sure you've completed the registration on FamilyID. Reach out to Coach Zimmerman with any questions.


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

April 15, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration is currently underway.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Attention juniors and seniors....please check your school email if you have not done so lately.

You will find an end of year events survey which is designed to gather information so that we can get a good sense of the number of students who plan to attend prom, ball and the senior trip.

Please take a minute of your time to fill out the survey.....thank you!


Seniors - If you are a senior who has already applied to Monroe Community College or are planning to, then this is for you. On April 22nd or 23rd, you may meet virtually with a representative from MCC to discuss your next steps going forward or you may apply and they will admit you on the spot. Please sign up in your naviance account for a specific date and Ms. Marcello will send you an appointment time with a zoom link.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Next week is Earth week!

Wear BLUE on Monday and Tuesday to show your support for ocean conservation.


Attention CARE club members:

There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, April 15th in the Care Room. We will be working on the wall painting and the current bookmark project. Need volunteer hours??? New members are always welcome! Come check out Care Club after school on Thursday.


Family ID is now open for Spring Sports Registration -

Go to FamilyID.com and create an account or sign in to register for the spring sports shown here.

Don't delay...Spring High School Sports begin 4/19


Anyone interested in trying out for JV or Varsity Softball, Tryouts begin on Monday April 19th. We will be in the field house from 5:15-7:30pm. Make sure you've completed the registration on FamilyID. Reach out to Coach Zimmerman with any questions.


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

April 14, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


Attention juniors and seniors....please check your school email if you have not done so lately.

You will find an end of year events survey which is designed to gather information so that we can get a good sense of the number of students who plan to attend prom, ball and the senior trip.

Please take a minute of your time to fill out the survey.....thank you!


Seniors - If you are a senior who has already applied to Monroe Community College or are planning to, then this is for you. On April 22nd or 23rd, you may meet virtually with a representative from MCC to discuss your next steps going forward or you may apply and they will admit you on the spot. Please sign up in your naviance account for a specific date and Ms. Marcello will send you an appointment time with a zoom link.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Attention CARE club members:

There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, April 15th in the Care Room. We will be working on the wall painting and the current bookmark project. Need volunteer hours??? New members are always welcome! Come check out Care Club after school on Thursday.


Family ID is now open for Spring Sports Registration -

Go to FamilyID.com and create an account or sign in to register for the spring sports shown here.

Don't delay...Spring High School Sports begin 4/19


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

April 13th, 2021

Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Best Buddies will meet TODAY from 3:20 - 4:00 in the West Cafe. We will be looking at our April and May calendar and planning for the Annual Friendship Walk on May 1. If you have questions please see Mrs. Green in room 254.


Attention CARE club members:

There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, April 15th in the Care Room. We will be working on the wall painting and the current bookmark project. Need volunteer hours??? New members are always welcome! Come check out Care Club after school on Thursday.


Any boy interested in playing JV or Varsity tennis this season should come to an informational meeting in Coach Suff's room, 202, after school TODAY for group 2 students or Thursday 4/15 for group 1 students


There will be a modified A softball meeting TODAY at 3:20PM in the North Cafe.


Today's lunch is fiestada...just a reminder that breakfast & lunch are free to ALL students the entire school year. Come on down to the cafeteria today!

April 12th, 2021

Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


Best Buddies will meet Tuesday, April 13 from 3:20 - 4:00 in the West Cafe. We will be looking at our April and May calendar and planning for the Annual Friendship Walk on May 1. If you have questions please see Mrs. Green in room 254.


Attention CARE club members:

There will be a meeting after school on Thursday, April 15th in the Care Room. We will be working on the wall painting and the current bookmark project. Need volunteer hours??? New members are always welcome! Come check out Care Club after school on Thursday.


Any boy interested in playing JV or Varsity tennis this season should come to an informational meeting in Coach Suff's room, 202, after school on Tuesday 4/13 for group 2 students or Thursday 4/15 for group 1 students


There will be a modified A softball meeting on Tuesday, April 13th at 3:20PM in the North Cafe.


Today's lunch is fiestada....just a reminder that breakfast & lunch are free to ALL students the entire school year. Come on down to the cafeteria today!

April 9th, 2021

Happy National Library Week! Whether you visit in person or virtually, the library can help you access the resources and services you need. Check out your library’s website or stop in to learn more.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Thomas DREAM club will be running a food and goods drive for the new Community Stand located at Phillips Village. A collection box has been placed in the hallway by the cafeteria and will remain there through Friday, April 16th. We hope you will join us in supporting our community by participating in this drive.


Any boy interested in playing JV or Varsity tennis this season should come to an informational meeting in Coach Suff's room, 202, after school on Tuesday 4/13 for group 2 students or Thursday 4/15 for group 1 students


There will be a modified A softball meeting on Tuesday, April 13th at 3:20PM in the North Cafe.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers



Student Council would like to announce the students and staff for the month of April.


In 9th grade, Catherine Magaw: Catherine is a wonderful student. She is hard working, thoughtful and inquisitive. She participated in the Fall drama- not only performing pieces, but writing them as well. She reminds me everyday that we can all grow and evolve out of our comfort zone.


In 10th Grade, Ryan Abrey: Ryan is always positive, hard working and conscientious about work. Ryan always adds an outwardly positive presence to the classroom.


In 11th Grade, Owen Britt: Owen always comes to class with a positive attitude. He is helpful to other students and always is engaged in class. Owen is always able to bring the energy level up every time he is in your room.


In 12th Grade, Katie Parrish: Katie has shown tremendous growth in the past year, both in class and outside of it. She knows her strengths and weaknesses, and takes everything in stride. Katie is the station manager for the Webster Varsity Radio Club, running daily shows and guiding her peers. We are very proud of her for all of these things!


And the Staff member for April is Mr. Stoetzel: Mr. Stoetzel went above and beyond this year with the Fall play - not only did he direct the students, but he led them through the laborious process of writing and producing the entire show. Students were so proud of the work they accomplished, and it was a once in a lifetime opportunity for most of them to see words and directions on a paper come to life on stage. Mr. Stoetzel’s encouragement of students to stretch & improve themselves as actors & writers has resulted in a group of students who are learning to give & receive feedback, positive criticism and of course, applause.



Congratulations to all of our students and staff for April. You may stop in the main office to pick up your certificate and gift card.

April 8th, 2021

Happy National Library Week! Whether you visit in person or virtually, the library can help you access the resources and services you need. Check out your library’s website or stop in to learn more.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Thomas DREAM club will be running a food and goods drive for the new Community Stand located at Phillips Village. A collection box has been placed in the hallway by the cafeteria and will remain there through Friday, April 16th. We hope you will join us in supporting our community by participating in this drive.


Attention all Key Club members.... Just a reminder that this months meetings will be held this week! Tuesday April 6th for group 2 and Thursday April 8th for group 1. We will be meeting in Mrs. Donovan’s room (405)! See you there!


CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB!

Chess club is TODAY!!

From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Any boy interested in playing JV or Varsity tennis this season should come to an informational meeting in Coach Suff's room, 202, after school on Tuesday 4/13 for group 2 students or Thursday 4/15 for group 1 students


Attention all baseball players...

9th and 10th grade boys interested in playing baseball this year, should attend the informational meeting this Thursday April 8th at the Basket Rd. baseball field at 6:15 PM, with a workout to follow from 6:30-8:00.


11th and 12th grade boys interested in playing baseball this year, should attend the informational meeting this Thursday 4/8 at the Basket Rd. baseball field at 7:15 PM, with a workout to follow from 7:30-9:00.


There will be a modified A softball meeting on Tuesday, April 13th at 3:20PM in the North Cafe.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers


Student Council would like to announce the students and staff for the month of April.


In 9th grade, Catherine Magaw: Catherine is a wonderful student. She is hard working, thoughtful and inquisitive. She participated in the Fall drama- not only performing pieces, but writing them as well. She reminds me everyday that we can all grow and evolve out of our comfort zone.


In 10th Grade, Ryan Abrey: Ryan is always positive, hard working and conscientious about work. Ryan always adds an outwardly positive presence to the classroom.


In 11th Grade, Owen Britt: Owen always comes to class with a positive attitude. He is helpful to other students and always is engaged in class. Owen is always able to bring the energy level up every time he is in your room.


In 12th Grade, Katie Parrish: Katie has shown tremendous growth in the past year, both in class and outside of it. She knows her strengths and weaknesses, and takes everything in stride. Katie is the station manager for the Webster Varsity Radio Club, running daily shows and guiding her peers. We are very proud of her for all of these things!


And the Staff member for April is Mr. Stoetzel: Mr. Stoetzel went above and beyond this year with the Fall play - not only did he direct the students, but he led them through the laborious process of writing and producing the entire show. Students were so proud of the work they accomplished, and it was a once in a lifetime opportunity for most of them to see words and directions on a paper come to life on stage. Mr. Stoetzel’s encouragement of students to stretch & improve themselves as actors & writers has resulted in a group of students who are learning to give & receive feedback, positive criticism and of course, applause.



Congratulations to all of our students and staff for April. You may stop in the main office to pick up your certificate and gift card.

April 7th, 2021

Happy National Library Week! Whether you visit in person or virtually, the library can help you access the resources and services you need. Check out your library’s website or stop in to learn more.


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Thomas DREAM club will be running a food and goods drive for the new Community Stand located at Phillips Village. A collection box has been placed in the hallway by the cafeteria and will remain there through Friday, April 16th. We hope you will join us in supporting our community by participating in this drive.


Any boy interested in playing golf this spring should attend Mr. Grose's Google Meet wednesday at 3:45. Check out his Golf Page on google classroom or see him in room 408.



Attention all baseball players...

9th and 10th grade boys interested in playing baseball this year, should attend the informational meeting this Thursday April 8th at the Basket Rd. baseball field at 6:15 PM, with a workout to follow from 6:30-8:00.


11th and 12th grade boys interested in playing baseball this year, should attend the informational meeting this Thursday 4/8 at the Basket Rd. baseball field at 7:15 PM, with a workout to follow from 7:30-9:00.


There will be a modified A softball meeting on Tuesday, April 13th at 3:20PM in the North Cafe.


Today's lunch is wing stingers

April 6th, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration is currently underway.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Happy National Library Week! Whether you visit in person or virtually, the library can help you access the resources and services you need. Check out your library’s website or stop in to learn more.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait! The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid application is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Thomas DREAM club will be running a food and goods drive for the new Community Stand located at Phillips Village. A collection box has been placed in the hallway by the cafeteria and will remain there through Friday, April 16th. We hope you will join us in supporting our community by participating in this drive.


Attention all Key Club members.... Just a reminder that this months meetings will be held this week! Tuesday April 6th for group 2 and Thursday April 8th for group 1. We will be meeting in Mrs. Donovan’s room (405)! See you there!


Any boy interested in playing golf this spring should attend Mr. Grose's Google Meet wednesday at 3:45. Check out his Golf Page on google classroom or see him in room 408.


Today's lunch is spicy pulled BBQ

April 5th, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration is currently underway.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Happy National Library Week! Whether you visit in person or virtually, the library can help you access the resources and services you need. Check out your library’s website or stop in to learn more.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Sophomores and Juniors--are you interested in joining Link Crew as a Link Leader? Then this announcement is for you! Link Crew is designed to help freshmen transition into the Thomas High School community and build relationships. Application links for those interested in becoming Link Leaders are now available on Thomas High School's website AND via an email you will receive in your student Infinite Campus account.

Don't wait!? The deadline for the virtual google form and flipgrid applications is Friday April 30th. Late applications will not be accepted. Please see Mrs. Dovholuk, Mrs. Leahy or Mrs. Castro with any questions you may have


The Thomas DREAM club will be running a food and goods drive for the new Community Stand located at Phillips Village. A collection box has been placed in the hallway by the cafeteria and will remain there through Friday, April 16th. We hope you will join us in supporting our community by participating in this drive.


Today's lunch is spicy pulled BBQ

March 26th, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration is currently underway.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

March 25th, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration is currently underway.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Chess club is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

March 23, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Attention DREAM club members - we will be meeting today after school in room 411. We hope to see you there!


The Titans boys basketball team recently wrapped up a successful season. Congratulations to Jackson Kulik for being named Division 2 player of the year and 1st team All County.

Coach Coles was also named Coach of the Year in Division 2.

Tyler Williams was named to 1st team All County and Sean Mason was named to the second team.

Andrew Quinn and Jackson Kulik were named to the All Tournament Team as well.

Congratulations to all on their success.


The Titans varsity football team kicked off the Fall 2 sports season with a 37 - 12 win over Greece Olympia.

Eli Adams threw two touchdown passes and Dan Card recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown.

Tyler Vandermark and Jacob Sukhenko each scored short rushing touchdowns.

The Titans travel to Brighton on Friday night for their next game.


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

March 22, 2021

Would you like to be the voice of the class of 2021?

If you are interested in speaking to the class at graduation, please see the latest edition of the Principal’s Newsletter for speech criteria and entry requirements. Drafts of speeches are due by May 31st to Mr. Widor so don’t delay. Learn about the criteria and requirements and get started today!


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


Are you interested in joining a club?

Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room, and join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


The Titans boys basketball team recently wrapped up a successful season. Congratulations to Jackson Kulik for being named Division 2 player of the year and 1st team All County.

Coach Coles was also named Coach of the Year in Division 2.

Tyler Williams was named to 1st team All County and Sean Mason was named to the second team.

Andrew Quinn and Jackson Kulik were named to the All Tournament Team as well.

Congratulations to all on their success.


The Titans varsity football team kicked off the Fall 2 sports season with a 37 - 12 win over Greece Olympia.

Eli Adams threw two touchdown passes and Dan Card recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown.

Tyler Vandermark and Jacob Sukhenko each scored short rushing touchdowns.


Today's lunch is bacon hamburger / cheeseburger

March 19, 2021

Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


Attention all girls interested in trying out for JV & Varsity softball. We will be holding practices every Sunday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm in the Field House at Thomas. If you are interested in trying out we strongly encourage you to attend. Practices will begin this Sunday March 21st Please remember to bring your own water bottle. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in Room 337.


Today's lunch is tacos

March 18, 2021

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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention all girls interested in trying out for JV & Varsity softball. We will be holding practices every Sunday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm in the Field House at Thomas. If you are interested in trying out we strongly encourage you to attend. Practices will begin this Sunday March 21st Please remember to bring your own water bottle. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in Room 337.


Today's lunch is tacos

March 16, 2021

The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration begins TODAY!

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Attention Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--the scholarship application information is now available on the Classroom page. Please complete all parts and turn in to Mrs. Muth in room 232 by Friday, April 30th!


Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There will be a mandatory virtual meeting this Wednesday at 10:30 AM. Please use the Google Meet link on our Science Olympiad Google Classroom Page to join. Our virtual competition is this Saturday at Thomas starting at 7:00 AM.

If you have questions, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.


Attention all girls interested in trying out for JV & Varsity softball. We will be holding practices every Sunday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm in the Field House at Thomas. If you are interested in trying out we strongly encourage you to attend. Practices will begin this Sunday March 21st Please remember to bring your own water bottle. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in Room 337.


Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers / pizza crunchers


Our first week of March Madness in recognizing all of the positive things we see students do was a huge success! Our winners were:

Group 1: Catherine Magaw and Mrs. DeWitte

Group 2: Sean Linder and Ms. Doores

As a result we’ve handed out lunch with a staff member and prime parking for a week! You may also be seeing someone get a pie in the face very soon!

Keep the recognitions coming as we travel through week 2 of the positivity "madness"!


Student has achieved Summa Cum Laude Status for graduation

7th Semester GPA of 95 or above (we do not round up on GPA!)

Students has taken at least 3 AP level courses in their high school career

This year we have 61 members of the Class of 2021 who reached the summa level!!

Faculty then selects from this group of student to identify the student who best exemplifies the Titan Spirit of Excellence in and out of the classroom.

This year’s Outstanding Senior is...Brynn Smith!

March 15, 2021

The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration begins TODAY!

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--the scholarship application information is now available on the Classroom page. Please complete all parts and turn in to Mrs. Muth in room 232 by Friday, April 30th!


Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There will be a mandatory virtual meeting this Wednesday at 10:30 AM. Please use the Google Meet link on our Science Olympiad Google Classroom Page to join. Our virtual competition is this Saturday at Thomas starting at 7:00 AM.

If you have questions, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.


Attention all girls interested in trying out for JV & Varsity softball. We will be holding practices every Sunday from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm in the Field House at Thomas. If you are interested in trying out we strongly encourage you to attend. Practices will begin this Sunday March 21st Please remember to bring your own water bottle. If you have any questions please see Coach Castro in Room 337.


Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers / pizza crunchers


Our first week of March Madness in recognizing all of the positive things we see students do was a huge success! Our winners were:

Group 1: Catherine Magaw and Mrs. DeWitte

Group 2: Sean Linder and Ms. Doores

As a result we’ve handed out lunch with a staff member and prime parking for a week! You may also be seeing someone get a pie in the face very soon!

Keep the recognitions coming as we travel through week 2 of the positivity "madness"!

March 12, 2021

The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration begins next Monday, March 15th.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--the scholarship application information is now available on the Classroom page. Please complete all parts and turn in to Mrs. Muth in room 232 by Friday, April 30th!


Are you interested in joining a club? Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room. And join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

March 11, 2021

The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration begins next Monday, March 15th.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.

Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.

Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy, Clarkson and many more in March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.

Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.

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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.

Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.

There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, March 11th in the Care Room at 3:15. Join in person or via google classroom. New members are always welcome!

Attention Seniors involved in Rotary Interact--the scholarship application information is now available on the Classroom page. Please complete all parts and turn in to Mrs. Muth in room 232 by Friday, April 30th!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!!

From 3:15 - 4:00

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"

The DREAM club will be meeting after school today in room 411. Today we'll be discussing Allyship and how we can be an effective ally.

Are you interested in joining a club? Come to SAGE Club after school on Monday from 3:15-4:00 In Ms. Yang's room. And join the google classroom using the code shown here for more updates!

Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

March 9, 2021

The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration begins next Monday, March 15th.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy, Clarkson and many more in March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, March 11th in the Care Room at 3:15. Join in person or via google classroom. New members are always welcome!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

March 8, 2021

The Greater Rochester Teen Book Festival will be held virtually on May 15th.

Registration begins next Monday, March 15th.

Visit teenbookfest.org for more information.


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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Best Buddies will be meeting Tuesday, March 9 from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafeteria. We are looking forward to seeing everyone. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Green in room 254.


There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, March 11th in the Care Room at 3:15. Join in person or via google classroom. New members are always welcome!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

March 5, 2021

Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy, Clarkson and many more in March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.



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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


You are invited to join SAGE club!

We meet Mondays after school in Ms. Yangs room, room 210.

If you have any questions contact Caroline Fountain at the email address shown here.


Best Buddies will be meeting Tuesday, March 9 from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafeteria. We are looking forward to seeing everyone. If you have any questions, see Mrs. Green in room 254.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

March 4, 2021

Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy, Clarkson and many more in March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


Best Buddies will be meeting Tuesday, March 9 from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafeteria. We are looking forward to seeing everyone. Questions, see Mrs. Green in room 254.



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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention all Key Club members...we will be meeting this week!

Today for group 2 and Thursday for group 1. We will be meeting in Mrs. Donovan’s room (405)! See you there!


You are invited to join SAGE club!

We meet Mondays after school in Ms. Yangs room, room 210.

If you have any questions contact Caroline Fountain at the email address shown here.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

March 2, 2021

Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of March are here!

You can choose to do one or both of the following:

Count your blessings...what are you lucky to have in your life?

Draw or take a picture of something that gives you strength.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy, Clarkson and many more in March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Science Olympiad Team:

There is a mandatory virtual meeting this Wednesday morning at 10:30. Use the Google Meet link on our Google Classroom page to join.


Just a reminder that this months meetings will be held this week! Today for group 2 and Thursday for group 1 we will be meeting in Mrs. Donovan’s room (405)! See you there!


Student council would like to announce the Students and Staff of the month for March.


For 9th grade, we have Kimora Jones! Kimora has been applying herself in Earth Science and has been seeing success. She diligently works in class, asynchronously, and performs labs to the best of her ability.


For 10th grade, we have Jasmine Kendrick! Jasmine is an asset to our geometry learning community. She asks great clarifying questions and contributes insight during class discussions. She is a team player who is always willing to help her peers understand the concepts we are studying in class.


For 11th grade, we have Eve Sleeman! Eve is a consistent and hard-working student who is, above all, kind! Eve is a student who looks to include and encourage others even when no one is looking. She makes sure to include everyone in discussions and is very positive. She’s also able to lead her smaller group's discussion to keep everyone moving towards the goal as a team.


For 12th grade, we have Megan Van Wie! Megan has been instrumental at being a Titan Ambassador this year by meeting and greeting many new students throughout the school year. She always has a smile on her face and is eager to welcome new students with positivity and helpfulness!



For staff of the month, we have Mrs. Yost! Mrs. Yost is always ready to go the extra mile for anyone-staff and students alike, and makes sure that all students are successful. She meets with students asynchronously on the days they are home to provide support. She recently helped with the "fall" play's staff appreciation google slides presentation and is helping with the class of 2021 monthly recognition. She is a true team player and a valuable asset to Thomas High School!


Today's lunch is spicy pulled BBQ sandwich


March 1, 2021

The SAT Prep class scheduled for today in Ms Byrnes room at 3:30 today is cancelled due to illness.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of March are here!

You can choose to do one or both of the following:

Count your blessings...what are you lucky to have in your life?

Draw or take a picture of something that gives you strength.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy and Clarkson and many more in February, March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


The ASAVAB 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. This is a free exam given here at Thomas on Saturday, March 20th at 9:00am. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Attention Sophomores - The PreACT exam is a practice ACT exam given at Thomas in the spring of your sophomore year. This exam is on Saturday, April 10th and costs $14.00. Pick up your registration form in the student center.


Today's lunch is spicy pulled BBQ sandwich



Student council would like to announce the Students and Staff of the month for March.


For 9th grade, we have Kimora Jones! Kimora has been applying herself in Earth Science and has been seeing success. She diligently works in class, asynchronously, and performs labs to the best of her ability.


For 10th grade, we have Jasmine Kendrick! Jasmine is an asset to our geometry learning community. She asks great clarifying questions and contributes insight during class discussions. She is a team player who is always willing to help her peers understand the concepts we are studying in class.


For 11th grade, we have Eve Sleeman! Eve is a consistent and hard-working student who is, above all, kind! Eve is a student who looks to include and encourage others even when no one is looking. She makes sure to include everyone in discussions and is very positive. She’s also able to lead her smaller group's discussion to keep everyone moving towards the goal as a team.


For 12th grade, we have Megan Van Wie! Megan has been instrumental at being a Titan Ambassador this year by meeting and greeting many new students throughout the school year. She always has a smile on her face and is eager to welcome new students with positivity and helpfulness!



For staff of the month, we have Mrs. Yost! Mrs. Yost is always ready to go the extra mile for anyone-staff and students alike, and makes sure that all students are successful. She meets with students asynchronously on the days they are home to provide support. She recently helped with the "fall" play's staff appreciation google slides presentation and is helping with the class of 2021 monthly recognition. She is a true team player and a valuable asset to Thomas High School!

February 26, 2021

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.

Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy and Clarkson and many more in February, March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


The Webster Thomas Radio Hour is live! You'll see our posters all around the building. Each one has a QR code on it which - through the miracle of technology - will take you to where you can see this year's drama. It's the finest piece of student-written entertainment the non-copyrighted public domain has to offer. Check it out today!


Today's lunch is mozzarella stick stuffed grilled cheese

February 25, 2021

Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...In 1870, Hiram Rhodes Revels broke a color barrier in the U.S. government when he was sworn in as the first African-American United States Senator.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy and Clarkson and many more in February, March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


The Webster Thomas Radio Hour is live! You'll see our posters all around the building. Each one has a QR code on it which - through the miracle of technology - will take you to where you can see this year's drama. It's the finest piece of student-written entertainment the non-copyrighted public domain has to offer. Check it out today!


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

Chess club is today from 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Today's lunch is mozzarella stick stuffed grilled cheese

February 23, 2021

Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...In 1965, Constance Baker Motley is elected Manhattan Borough president, the highest elective office held by a Black woman in a major American city.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy and Clarkson and many more in February, March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


The Webster Thomas Radio Hour is live! You'll see our posters all around the building. Each one has a QR code on it which - through the miracle of technology - will take you to where you can see this year's drama. It's the finest piece of student-written entertainment the non-copyrighted public domain has to offer. Check it out today!



Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


Auto Club will be cut a bit short today. We will only meet until 4PM. Please make sure you check the late bus schedule or have a ride ready for pick up at 4."


Today's lunch is bacon cheeseburger / bacon hamburger

February 22, 2021

Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...In 1989, DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince win the first rap Grammy for the hit single "Parents Just Don't Understand."


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Attention Juniors - The common application for junior college awards is now available in the student center. Colleges and Universities include: Clarkson, Elmira, Furman, Keuka, RIT, RPI, St Lawrence, U of R and Wells. If you are interested in any of these colleges, please pick up your application today. Applications are due back to the student center by Tuesday, March 23rd.


Attention sophomores and juniors - there are virtual college visits that include Niagara, D'Youville, NY Film Academy and Clarkson and many more in February, March and April. Sign up to meet with college representatives in your naviance account. If you have a problem getting into your account stop by the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention Seniors - The common application for senior awards is now available in the student center. These awards are offered through local organizations and community members. Pick up your application and return it no later than March 26th.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their February "virtual" Math League Meet. Leading the way for the Titans with a perfect score was Sanjana Baskar scoring 36 points. Strong performances by JT Mongeon, Daniel Klimatchev, Luke Spadoni as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


There will be no Dungeons and Dragons club meeting today after school. We will adventure again on Monday, March 1st.



Today's lunch is bacon cheeseburger / bacon hamburger

February 12, 2021

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."


Hegedorns Donuts are now being sold in the cafeteria. They will be available during breakfast and lunch time for $1.50; while supplies last.


Students and faculty of Thomas we need your help. Liam has had some health issues recently and has had to miss a lot of school. We need your help to brighten his day. Please stop down by the cafeteria this week to sign the poster or a get well card for him. We hope to deliver these to him just before valentines day. Thanks Titans for showing your support.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


The DREAM Club is celebrating Black History month by highlighting Black History in the Making. Fliers have been hung up around the school, including by the cafeterias and across from room 411. Each poster has information and a trivia question. To enter to win a gift card, you can follow the QR code and submit your answer to win.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their February "virtual" Math League Meet. Leading the way for the Titans with a perfect score was Sanjana Baskar scoring 36 points. Strong performances by JT Mongeon, Daniel Klimatchev, Luke Spadoni as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger

February 11, 2021

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.


Hegedorns Donuts are now being sold in the cafeteria. They will be available during breakfast and lunch time for $1.50; while supplies last.


Students and faculty of Thomas we need your help. Liam has had some health issues recently and has had to miss a lot of school. We need your help to brighten his day. Please stop down by the cafeteria this week to sign the poster or a get well card for him. We hope to deliver these to him just before valentines day. Thanks Titans for showing your support.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


There will be a CARE Club meeting after school today at 3:15 in the Care Room. Please join us either in person or via the google meet link on our classroom page. Learn how you can earn volunteer hours! New members are always welcome!


The DREAM Club is celebrating Black History month by highlighting Black History in the Making. Fliers have been hung up around the school, including by the cafeterias and across from room 411. Each poster has information and a trivia question. To enter to win a gift card, you can follow the QR code and submit your answer to win.



Attention Juniors and Seniors,

WinterFest games have been moved to tonight only. Come at 7pm on the turf for kickball, tug of war, and dog sled races followed by a bonfire. If you have not already signed up, please see Mrs. Jurs or Mrs. Drury to sign up your team. Seniors, movie night is still on Friday night. Dress warm and let's have some fun!


Today's lunch is cheeseburger / hamburger

February 9, 2021

Today's Black History Month fact of the day is...In 1995, Astronaut Bernard Harris is the first African American to take a space walk.


Hegedorns Donuts are now being sold in the cafeteria. They will be available during breakfast and lunch time for $1.50; while supplies last.


Congratulations to Kellen Hall for being selected as the winner of the Food Service survey. Kellen, please come down to the cafeteria to claim your prize!


Students and faculty of Thomas we need your help. Liam has had some health issues recently and has had to miss a lot of school. We need your help to brighten his day. Please stop down by the cafeteria this week to sign the poster or a get well card for him. We hope to deliver these to him just before valentines day. Thanks Titans for showing your support.


Attention Seniors: Mrs. Jurs will be distributing Senior T-shirts and Masks for the class of 2021 outside of her classroom (220) TODAY for group 1 and Tuesday, February 9th for group 2. She will also be in front of the main office Wednesday, February 10th from 9-11 AM if you don't receive them on those days. There will be no charge for these items. Seniors will be wearing their masks and t-shirts to show our school spirit Thursday, February 11th and Friday, February 12th. Please email Mrs. Jurs if you have any questions.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


There will be a CARE Club meeting after school on Thursday, February 11th at 3:15 in the Care Room. Please join us either in person or via the google meet link on our classroom page. Learn how you can earn volunteer hours! New members are always welcome!


The DREAM Club is celebrating Black History month by highlighting Black History in the Making. Fliers have been hung up around the school, including by the cafeterias and across from room 411. Each poster has information and a trivia question. To enter to win a gift card, you can follow the QR code and submit your answer to win.


Attention Juniors and Seniors,

WinterFest games have been moved to Thursday night only. Come at 7pm on the turf for kickball, tug of war, and dog sled races followed by a bonfire. If you have not already signed up, please see Mrs. Jurs or Mrs. Drury to sign up your team. Seniors, movie night is still on Friday night. Dress warm and let's have some fun!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty sandwich

February 8, 2021

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.


Hegedorns Donuts are now being sold in the cafeteria. They will be available during breakfast and lunch time for $1.50; while supplies last.


Congratulations to Kellen Hall for being selected as the winner of the Food Service survey. Kellen, please come down to the cafeteria to claim your prize!


Attention Seniors: Mrs. Jurs will be distributing Senior T-shirts and Masks for the class of 2021 outside of her classroom (220) TODAY for group 1 and Tuesday, February 9th for group 2. She will also be in front of the main office Wednesday, February 10th from 9-11 AM if you don't receive them on those days. There will be no charge for these items. Seniors will be wearing their masks and t-shirts to show our school spirit Thursday, February 11th and Friday, February 12th. Please email Mrs. Jurs if you have any questions.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


There will be a CARE Club meeting after school on Thursday, February 11th at 3:15 in the Care Room. Please join us either in person or via the google meet link on our classroom page. Learn how you can earn volunteer hours! New members are always welcome!



Attention Juniors and Seniors,

WinterFest games have been moved to Thursday night only. Come at 7pm on the turf for kickball, tug of war, and dog sled races followed by a bonfire. If you have not already signed up, please see Mrs. Jurs or Mrs. Drury to sign up your team. Seniors, movie night is still on Friday night. Dress warm and let's have some fun!



Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty sandwich

February 5, 2021

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

Henry Louis “Hank” Aaron, baseball hall of famer was born on this day in 1934, in Mobile, Alabama.

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


Hegedorns Donuts are now being sold in the cafeteria. They will be available during breakfast and lunch time for $1.50; while supplies last.


Congratulations to Kellen Hall for being selected as the winner of the Food Service survey. Kellen, please come down to the cafeteria to claim your prize!


Attention Seniors: Mrs. Jurs will be distributing Senior T-shirts and Masks for the class of 2021 outside of her classroom (220) Monday, February 8th for group 1 and Tuesday, February 9th for group 2. She will also be in front of the main office Wednesday, February 10th from 9-11 AM if you don't receive them on those days. There will be no charge for these items. Seniors will be wearing their masks and t-shirts to show our school spirit Thursday, February 11th and Friday, February 12th. Please email Mrs. Jurs if you have any questions.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.


The Improv Club is back! We'll be pretending to be funny Friday, February 5th after school in Room 111. If you want to learn the art of improvisational comedy, stop on by or join us remotely through our Google Classroom (Code y5r4kil). We'll alternate Thursdays and Fridays from then on.


Attention Juniors and Seniors,

WinterFest games have been moved to Thursday night only. Come at 7pm on the turf for kickball, tug of war, and dog sled races followed by a bonfire. If you have not already signed up, please see Mrs. Jurs or Mrs. Drury to sign up your team. Seniors, movie night is still on Friday night. Dress warm and let's have some fun!



Today's lunch is chicken fingers

February 4, 2021

Today's Black History Month fact of the day is....In 1913, Roas Parks was born. 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.



Attention Seniors: Mrs. Jurs will be distributing Senior T-shirts and Masks for the class of 2021 outside of her classroom (220) Monday, February 8th for group 1 and Tuesday, February 9th for group 2. She will also be in front of the main office Wednesday, February 10th from 9-11 AM if you don't receive them on those days. There will be no charge for these items. Seniors will be wearing their masks and t-shirts to show our school spirit Thursday, February 11th and Friday, February 12th. Please email Mrs. Jurs if you have any questions.



Hegedorns Donuts are now being sold in the cafeteria. They will be available during breakfast and lunch time for $1.50; while supplies last.



CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


The Improv Club is back! We'll be pretending to be funny Friday, February 5th after school in Room 111. If you want to learn the art of improvisational comedy, stop on by or join us remotely through our Google Classroom (Code y5r4kil). We'll alternate Thursdays and Fridays from then on.


Two new Positivity in Action challenges for the month of February are here!

You can choose do do one or both of the following:

Write all the things you love about someone and give it to them.

Cut out a heart and write a positive word on it and put it up around your house.

Be sure to take a picture of your completed challenge and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

More information can be found in each office and the counseling center.



Today's lunch is chicken fingers

February 2, 2021

February is Black History Month . Black History Month originated in 1926 and was founded by Carter G. Woodson. Each day this month, we will share a fact of the day to celebrate achievements, births, important timelines and events and also to remember those we lost.

Today's Black History Month fact of the day is.....In 1915, Biologist Ernest E. Just receives the Spingarn medal for his pioneering work in cell division and fertilization. Just was Head of Physiology, at Howard University Medical School for research in biology.

Attention Seniors: Mrs. Jurs will be distributing Senior T-shirts and Masks for the class of 2021 outside of her classroom (220) Monday, February 8th for group 1 and Tuesday, February 9th for group 2. She will also be in front of the main office Wednesday, February 10th from 9-11 AM if you don't receive them on those days. There will be no charge for these items. Seniors will be wearing their masks and t-shirts to show our school spirit Thursday, February 11th and Friday, February 12th. Please email Mrs. Jurs if you have any questions.

Hegedorns Donuts are now being sold in the cafeteria. They will be available during breakfast and lunch time for $1.50; while supplies last.

Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.

Attention all auto club students....Auto Club has been moved to Tuesday’s for the second semester. Mr Campbell will be after school until approximately 4:30. Stop down to room 428 with any questions.

Looking for community service hours? CARE club will be assembling paint kits to be distributed to Klem North Elementary students for a PTSA painting night. You can help out during school hours during your lunch blocks. Additionally, there will be an opportunity to receive an additional community service hour after school today after school. Your help is greatly appreciated!

CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"

Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

February 1, 2021

February is Black History Month . Black History Month originated in 1926 and was founded by Carter G. Woodson. Each day this month, we will share a fact of the day to celebrate achievements, births, important timelines and events and also to remember those we lost.


Today's Black History Month fact of the day is....Famous poet, Langston Hughes was born in the year 1902.

Langston Hughes was one of the most important writers and thinkers of the Harlem Renaissance, which was the African American artistic movement in the 1920s that celebrated black life and culture. His literary works helped shape American literature and politics.


We still need Senior Teams for Winter Games! If you are interested in participating in the Class of 2021 Winter Games the week before February break, please sign up for a team of up to 20 on our Google Classroom, using the code shown here. Even if you don't have a team of 20, you can still sign-up!


Attention Seniors: Mrs. Jurs will be distributing Senior T-shirts and Masks for the class of 2021 outside of her classroom (220) Monday, February 8th for group 1 and Tuesday, February 9th for group 2. She will also be in front of the main office Wednesday, February 10th from 9-11 AM if you don't receive them on those days. There will be no charge for these items. Seniors will be wearing their masks and t-shirts to show our school spirit Thursday, February 11th and Friday, February 12th. Please email Mrs. Jurs if you have any questions.



Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Attention all auto club students....Auto Club has been moved to Tuesday’s for the second semester. Mr Campbell will be after school until approximately 4:30. Stop down to room 428 with any questions.


Looking for community service hours? CARE club will be assembling paint kits to be distributed to Klem North Elementary students for a PTSA painting night. You can help out during school hours during your lunch blocks. Additionally, there will be an opportunity to receive an additional community service hour after school today after school. Your help is greatly appreciated!


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

January 28th, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


We still need Senior Teams for Winter Games! If you are interested in participating in the Class of 2021 Winter Games the week before February break, please sign up for a team of up to 20 on our Google Classroom, join using code quvc2qf. Even if you don't have a team of 20, you can still sign-up!


The EMCC virtual field trip that was scheduled for 6th block today, has been canceled. Please check your email for a link to watch a video virtually and then attend the question and answer sessions on February 3rd. If you have any questions, please stop by the student center.


Here's something to REALLY look forward to in 2022!

You are invited to join Frau Brucker and our travelers from the Webster classes of 2023 through 2026 for a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience to Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Budapest and Vienna for 2 weeks in July of 2022.

We will be covering all of the information you and your parents would like to know during our online informational meeting tonight at 7:00pm.

Please RSVP for the meeting https://rsvp.eftours.com/r8r5uxe ASAP. You can also find this link listed on the poster outside of the cafeteria. There are limited spots on this tour, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity!


Today's lunch is bacon burgers.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

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January 26, 2021

A reminder to all students that tomorrow is an exception Wednesday on the school calendar and NOT a regular mini Wednesday. Tomorrow will be an A2 day and group 2 students will be at school in person tomorrow.


Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


We still need Senior Teams for Winter Games! If you are interested in participating in the Class of 2021 Winter Games the week before February break, please sign up for a team of up to 20 on our Google Classroom, join code is quvc2qf. Even if you don't have a team of 20, you can still sign-up!


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Here's something to REALLY look forward to in 2022!

You are invited to join Frau Brucker and our travelers from the Webster classes of 2023 through 2026 for a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience to Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Budapest and Vienna for 2 weeks in July of 2022.

We will be covering all of the information you and your parents would like to know during our online informational meeting on Thursday, January 28th at 7:00pm.

Please RSVP for the meeting https://rsvp.eftours.com/r8r5uxe ASAP. You can also find this link listed on the poster outside of the cafeteria. There are limited spots on this tour, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity!


There will be a Model UN meeting on Wednesday after school. If you are Group 1, please attend using the Google Meet link at the top of the google classroom page. If you are Group 2, meet in room 210.


The DREAM club invites you to come to our meeting today, Tuesday, January 26th at 3:15 in Mrs. Nieves room.

We invite you to come listen, share, learn and honor each other's thoughts and feelings as we try to make sense of all that is going on in our world.

We hope to see you there.



Today's lunch is pizza crunchers or buffalo crunchers.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

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January 25, 2021

A reminder to all students that Wednesday, January 27th is an exception Wednesday and NOT a regular mini Wednesday.

Wednesday, January 27th will be an A2 day and group 2 students will be at school in person.


Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Here's something to REALLY look forward to in 2022!

You are invited to join Frau Brucker and our travelers from the Webster classes of 2023 through 2026 for a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience to Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Budapest and Vienna for 2 weeks in July of 2022.

We will be covering all of the information you and your parents would like to know during our online informational meeting on Thursday, January 28th at 7:00pm.

Please RSVP for the meeting https://rsvp.eftours.com/r8r5uxe ASAP. You can also find this link listed on the poster outside of the cafeteria. There are limited spots on this tour, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity!


Webster Thomas' Math League held their January "virtual" Math League Meet. Leading the way for the Titans was Sanjana Baskar who was credited with six perfect categories. Strong performances by Andrew Ophart, Jack Rider, Aiden Penza, Shane Talbot as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!



Today's lunch is pizza crunchers or buffalo crunchers.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 22, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


Attention sophomores who are interested in the EMCC program for next year: There is a mandatory virtual field trip in the Thomas auditorium on January 27th and 28th. If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs, please stop down to the student center and pick up your passport.


Attention all students: please go to your Counseling Portfolio classroom page and complete your Annual Individual Progress Review. This is a document that the School Counselors use to check in on your progress for your future planning.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Here's something to REALLY look forward to in 2022!

You are invited to join Frau Brucker and our travelers from the Webster classes of 2023 through 2026 for a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience to Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Budapest and Vienna for 2 weeks in July of 2022.

We will be covering all of the information you and your parents would like to know during our online informational meeting on Thursday, January 28th at 7:00pm.

Please RSVP for the meeting https://rsvp.eftours.com/r8r5uxe ASAP. You can also find this link listed on the poster outside of the cafeteria. There are limited spots on this tour, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity!


Yes it's THAT time of year again when the Thomas Titan Trap Shooting Team begins forming up for the Spring Season.

Thomas Trap Club is a semi-competitive shotgun shooting team that aims to teach safety and respect of firearms, and skills for clay target shooting.

There is no travel involved and all you need to start is a willingness to try and learn.

Anyone in Thomas High School may participate regardless of experience, skill level, or gender.

Sign up on the Google Classroom using the code shown here to find out more information.

We have an IN PERSON ... AND... a Virtual Meeting option for Friday afternoon to find out more details and to sign up.



Webster Thomas' Math League held their January "virtual" Math League Meet. Leading the way for the Titans was Sanjana Baskar who was credited with six perfect categories. Strong performances by Andrew Ophart, Jack Rider, Aiden Penza, Shane Talbot as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 21, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


Attention sophomores who are interested in the EMCC program for next year: There is a mandatory virtual field trip in the Thomas auditorium on January 27th and 28th. If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs, please stop down to the student center and pick up your passport.


Attention all students: please go to your Counseling Portfolio classroom page and complete your Annual Individual Progress Review. This is a document that the School Counselors use to check in on your progress for your future planning.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Here's something to REALLY look forward to in 2022!

You are invited to join Frau Brucker and our travelers from the Webster classes of 2023 through 2026 for a once-in-a-lifetime travel experience to Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Budapest and Vienna for 2 weeks in July of 2022.

We will be covering all of the information you and your parents would like to know during our online informational meeting on Thursday, January 28th at 7:00pm.

Please RSVP for the meeting https://rsvp.eftours.com/r8r5uxe ASAP. You can also find this link listed on the poster outside of the cafeteria. There are limited spots on this tour, so we would love to have you attend this meeting to learn more about this exciting opportunity!


Yes it's THAT time of year again when the Thomas Titan Trap Shooting Team begins forming up for the Spring Season.

Thomas Trap Club is a semi-competitive shotgun shooting team that aims to teach safety and respect of firearms, and skills for clay target shooting.

There is no travel involved and all you need to start is a willingness to try and learn.

Anyone in Thomas High School may participate regardless of experience, skill level, or gender.

Sign up on the Google Classroom using the code i54fngc to find out more information.

We have an IN PERSON ... AND... a Virtual Meeting option for Friday afternoon to find out more details and to sign up.


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 20, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


Attention sophomores who are interested in the EMCC program for next year: There is a mandatory virtual field trip in the Thomas auditorium on January 27th and 28th. If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs, please stop down to the student center and pick up your passport.


Attention all students: please go to your Counseling Portfolio classroom page and complete your Annual Individual Progress Review. This is a document that the School Counselors use to check in on your progress for your future planning.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


Yes it's THAT time of year again when the Thomas Titan Trap Shooting Team begins forming up for the Spring Season.

Thomas Trap Club is a semi-competitive shotgun shooting team that aims to teach safety and respect of firearms, and skills for clay target shooting.

There is no travel involved and all you need to start is a willingness to try and learn.

Anyone in Thomas High School may participate together regardless of experience, skill level, or gender.

Sign up on the Google Classroom using the code shown here to find out more information.

We have an IN PERSON ... AND... an Virtual Meeting option for Friday afternoon to find out more and to sign up.

See Mr. Christman or Mr Tuchrello any time they are free if you have any questions.


Today's lunch is tacos

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

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January 19, 2021


A reminder for everyone that tomorrow is an Exception Wednesday.

We will NOT be following the Mini Wednesday schedule tomorrow.

Instead, it will be a B1 day. So group 1 students should plan on attending school in person tomorrow.



Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


Attention sophomores who are interested in the EMCC program for next year: There is a mandatory virtual field trip in the Thomas auditorium on January 27th and 28th. If you are interested in any of the EMCC programs, please stop down to the student center and pick up your passport.


Attention all students: please go to your Counseling Portfolio classroom page and complete your Annual Individual Progress Review. This is a document that the School Counselors use to check in on your progress for your future planning.


Applications are now available for this summer's Monroe County Sheriff's Teen Police Academy. This is a free two week camp for teens that provides an introduction to law enforcement training. Pick up your application in the student center.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Yes it's THAT time of year again when the Thomas Titan Trap Shooting Team begins forming up for the Spring Season.

Thomas Trap Club is a semi-competitive shotgun shooting team that aims to teach safety and respect of firearms, and skills for clay target shooting.

There is no travel involved and all you need to start is a willingness to try and learn.

Anyone in Thomas High School may participate together regardless of experience, skill level, or gender.

Sign up on the Google Classroom using the code shown here (i54fngc) to find out more information.

We have an IN PERSON ... AND... an Virtual Meeting option for Friday afternoon to find out more and to sign up.


See Mr. Christman or Mr Tuchrello any time they are free if you have any questions.


Today's lunch is tacos

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 15, 2021

Just a reminder that on Monday, January 18th we will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day and there is no school.

As a result, Wednesday, January 20th will NOT be a mini Wednesday schedule, but rather an in person school day for group 1 students.


Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to let us know one person that has impacted your life - we will be making a chain.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

Here is a look ahead to the next challenge: Build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


Student Council would like to announce the Students and Staff of the Month for January.


For our ninth grader we have Makayla Oriel. Makayla is an incredibly hard worker who does not give up in class. She continues to persevere until she understands a concept and strives to do her best each and every day.


For our tenth grader we have Lacey Hann. Lacy could easily skate through art class without trying too hard, and still be an all-star. But she chooses to work hard, take critique, and continually work to improve herself and her art. She is equally caring and impressive in all other aspects of her life!


For our eleventh grader we have Kaitlyn Pink. Kaitlyn is a very hard worker in art class. She is very quiet, but is always paying attention and working to improve her artwork. Even when she doesn't know the best way forward, she gives it her all and has already shown tremendous improvement this year.


For our twelfth grader we have Emily LeClerc. Emily is an excellent student. She is punctual and respectful to all Titans. She asks insightful questions in class, works well with other students, and is always helpful lending a charger or pencil. Emily is also on the Section V Field Hockey team. I can't think of a more pleasant, positive, diligent student.


And finally, for our staff member we have Mrs. Kylene Anson. Mrs. Anson is a great person. She does so much for the staff and students. Her gentle ways and the calming effect she has on her students always seems to make them comfortable with her and they respond to her well. From what I see when she interacts with them is that they can trust her and go to her with their problems or just to talk. She is very modest and doesn't like being in the limelight, but she deserves recognition more so because she doesn't expect it. She just does good things for people because that is who she is.


Congratulations to our outstanding January students and staff of the month. You can pick up your certificate and gift card in the main office anytime today.



Today's lunch is trash plates.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 14, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to let us know one person that has impacted your life - we will be making a chain.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

Here is a look ahead to the next challenge: Build a snowman…it doesn't need to be made of snow - be creative!

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


Just a reminder that on Monday, January 18th we will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day and there is no school.

As a result, Wednesday, January 20th will NOT be a mini Wednesday schedule, but rather an in person school day for group 1 students.


There will be a Care Club meeting after school on Thursday, January 14th in the Care Room at 3:15. You may also join via google meet.

We will be taking our picture for the yearbook and brainstorming our next project. New members are always welcome!


The DREAM club invites you to come to our meeting today,Thursday, January 14th at 3:15 in Mrs. Nieves room. We invite you to come listen, share, learn and honor each other's thoughts and feelings as we try to make sense of all that is going on in our world.


Student Council would like to announce the Students and Staff of the Month for January.

For our ninth grader we have Makayla Oriel. Makayla is an incredibly hard worker who does not give up in class. She continues to persevere until she understands a concept and strives to do her best each and every day.


For our tenth grader we have Lacey Hann. Lacy could easily skate through art class without trying too hard, and still be an all-star. But she chooses to work hard, take critique, and continually work to improve herself and her art. She is equally caring and impressive in all other aspects of her life!


For our eleventh grader we have Kaitlyn Pink. Kaitlyn is a very hard worker in art class. She is very quiet, but is always paying attention and working to improve her artwork. Even when she doesn't know the best way forward, she gives it her all and has already shown tremendous improvement this year.


For our twelfth grader we have Emily LeClerc. Emily is an excellent student. She is punctual and respectful to all Titans. She asks insightful questions in class, works well with other students, and is always helpful lending a charger or pencil. Emily is also on the Section V Field Hockey team. I can't think of a more pleasant, positive, diligent student.


And finally, for our staff member we have Mrs. Kylene Anson. Mrs. Anson is a great person. She does so much for the staff and students. Her gentle ways and the calming effect she has on her students always seems to make them comfortable with her and they respond to her well. From what I see when she interacts with them is that they can trust her and go to her with their problems or just to talk. She is very modest and doesn't like being in the limelight, but she deserves recognition more so because she doesn't expect it. She just does good things for people because that is who she is.


Congratulations to our outstanding January students and staff of the month. You can pick up your certificate and gift card in the main office anytime today.



Today's lunch is trash plates.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 12, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to let us know one person that has impacted your life - we will be making a chain.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


There will be a Care Club meeting after school on Thursday, January 14th in the Care Room at 3:15. You may also join via google meet.

We will be taking our picture for the yearbook and brainstorming our next project. New members are always welcome!


It has been TOO LONG since we saw everyone so Best Buddies will be meeting virtually on Wednesday from 4 - 4:30. Bring your pet or a picture of your favorite animal!!! Please check your email or the Google Classroom for the meeting link.

Want to join? See Mrs. Green in room 254 for more information.


Today's lunch is pulled pork sandwich.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 11, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to let us know one person that has impacted your life - we will be making a chain.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


There will be a Care Club meeting after school on Thursday, January 14th in the Care Room at 3:15. You may also join via google meet.

We will be taking our picture for the yearbook and brainstorming our next project. New members are always welcome!


It has been TOO LONG since we saw everyone so Best Buddies will be meeting virtually on Wednesday from 4 - 4:30. Bring your pet or a picture of your favorite animal!!! Please check your email or the Google Classroom for the meeting link.

Want to join? See Mrs. Green in room 254 for more information.


Today's lunch is pulled pork sandwich.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 8, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to write down your new year's resolution and snap a photo of it.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

Here is a look ahead to the next challenge: Let us know one person that has impacted your life - we will be making a chain.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block


Today's lunch is chicken fingers.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


Good morning and welcome to course selection season.

Today you are receiving your course selection sheet for next school year. Please bring this sheet with you to all of your classes today.

During classes today, your teachers will take a few minutes to discuss the course that is recommended for you.

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!

At the end of day, you will leave your course request sheet in your last block class.

Over the next 5 weeks, every student will have a one-on-one meeting with their School Counselor during your PE. class. This is your chance to discuss your course selection sheet for next school year with your School Counselor.


This is a picture of my father (show slide 1) who came to America in 1957 from Europe after World War 2 to find a better life for himself and his future family. He called me last night sad and disgusted by the violence he saw in America that he had fought to escape over 50 years ago.

This is not the America that he came for. (Show slides 2, 3 and 4)

I'm sure many of you saw these images and video last night of our US Capitol "The People's House" under attack. Whether you are a student or a veteran teacher these images were at a minimum unsettling and at worst terrifying.

It's important for all of us to remember something I heard multiple times last night on TV: "Democracy is fragile." You will all have a role for the rest of your lives to take care of yourself, your family and your yes, your country. How do you do this? You can be kind to others and respect laws, you wear a mask during a global medical crisis, you learn to be a consumer of good, truthful information and finally, you perform your civic responsibility and vote for people who exhibit the best qualities we want to see in ourselves and each other.

This is America. (Slide 5)

My hope is that one lesson we all learn from yesterday's insurrection is that we all agree that the power of our country is in our ourselves and our Constitution and that now more than ever, working together is incredibly important. What makes us such a special country and likewise such special schools is our togetherness and family atmosphere and of course like Lincoln's lapel pin "One Country, One Destiny". (Slide 6

January 7, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to write down your new year's resolution and snap a photo of it.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

Here is a look ahead to the next challenge: Let us know one person that has impacted your life - we will be making a chain.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Today's lunch is chicken fingers.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


Good morning and welcome to course selection season.

Today you are receiving your course selection sheet for next school year. Please bring this sheet with you to all of your classes today.

During classes today, your teachers will take a few minutes to discuss the course that is recommended for you.

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!

At the end of day, you will leave your course request sheet in your last block class.

Over the next 5 weeks, every student will have a one-on-one meeting with their School Counselor during your PE. class. This is your chance to discuss your course selection sheet for next school year with your School Counselor.


This is a picture of my father (show slide 1) who came to America in 1957 from Europe after World War 2 to find a better life for himself and his future family. He called me last night sad and disgusted by the violence he saw in America that he had fought to escape over 50 years ago.

This is not the America that he came for. (Show slides 2, 3 and 4)

I’m sure many of you saw these images and video last night of our US Capitol “The People’s House” under attack. Whether you are a student or a veteran teacher these images were at a minimum unsettling and at worst terrifying.

It’s important for all of us to remember something I heard multiple times last night on TV: “Democracy is fragile.” You will all have a role for the rest of your lives to take care of yourself, your family and your yes, your country. How do you do this? You can be kind to others and respect laws, you wear a mask during a global medical crisis, you learn to be a consumer of good, truthful information and finally, you perform your civic responsibility and vote for people who exhibit the best qualities we want to see in ourselves and each other.

This is America. (Slide 5)

My hope is that one lesson we all learn from yesterday’s insurrection is that we all agree that the power of our country is in our ourselves and our Constitution and that now more than ever, working together is incredibly important. What makes us such a special country and likewise such special schools is our togetherness and family atmosphere and of course like Lincoln’s lapel pin “One Country, One Destiny”. (Slide 6

January 5, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to write down your new year's resolution and snap a photo of it.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.


The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin soon!

Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.


If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

January 4, 2021

Positivity In Action has a NEW challenge for you in the month of January!

Each week there will be a weekly challenge as well as a bonus challenge.

This week's challenge is to write down your new year's resolution and snap a photo of it.

Send your photo via Instagram or email to the locations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge, which is to make something for someone and give it to them.

More information on this challenge activity can be found at each office and at the counseling center.

The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin soon!

Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.

If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block

Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

December 22, 2020

If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block.


Attention all Video Game Club Members! Video Game Club is CANCELLED Tuesday due to the start of vacation. See you in 2021!


The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin shortly after we return from the holiday break. Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

December 21, 2020

If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block.


Attention all Video Game Club Members! Video Game Club is CANCELLED Tuesday due to the start of vacation. See you in 2021!


The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin shortly after we return from the holiday break. Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

December 18, 2020

If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block.


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to write something positive on a sticky note and stick it somewhere at school or home. Be sure to snap a picture of your sticky note stuck somewhere and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.

Here is a preview of next week's challenge: Build a snowman - it doesn't need to be made out of snow - be creative!


Let's Show CARE for our Local Nurses

Webster Show Choir is looking for donations to make care packages for nurses who work at Strong hospital this holiday to show thanks and appreciation for our frontline workers. Anything would be appreciated but some suggested items to donate include:

- Small hand lotions

- Lip balm

- Protein bars

- Coffee gift cards

- Tea bags

- Mints

- Fuzzy socks

- Chocolate

- Small snacks

- Or just a simple Thank You note

There will be a drop off box near the main office and in Mr Baier's room 132 for donated items all next week. Thank you for your donation and for making the holidays brighter for our healthcare workers!


The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin shortly after we return from the holiday break. Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their regular season "virtual" Math League meet. Leading the way for the Titans was Tyler Williams scoring 30 points. Strong performances by Jack Rider, Sanjana Baskar, Shane Talbot as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Today's lunch is cheeseburger trash plate

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


Student Council wants you to join us in our 2020 Holiday Spirit Week.

Monday and Tuesday is Cozy Day so wear your pajamas or favorite comfy clothes.

On Monday and Tuesday you can also stop by our table by the lunch room for a cup of hot chocolate and candy cane to enjoy.

Hope you'll join us in spreading some holiday cheer!

December 17, 2020

If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block.


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to write something positive on a sticky note and stick it somewhere at school or home. Be sure to snap a picture of your sticky note stuck somewhere and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.

Here is a preview of next week's challenge: Build a snowman - it doesn't need to be made out of snow - be creative!


Let's Show CARE for our Local Nurses

Webster Show Choir is looking for donations to make care packages for nurses who work at Strong hospital this holiday to show thanks and appreciation for our frontline workers. Anything would be appreciated but some suggested items to donate include:

- Small hand lotions

- Lip balm

- Protein bars

- Coffee gift cards

- Tea bags

- Mints

- Fuzzy socks

- Chocolate

- Small snacks

- Or just a simple Thank You note

There will be a drop off box near the main office and in Mr Baier's room 132 for donated items all next week. Thank you for your donation and for making the holidays brighter for our healthcare workers!


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin shortly after we return from the holiday break. Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their regular season "virtual" Math League meet. Leading the way for the Titans was Tyler Williams scoring 30 points. Strong performances by Jack Rider, Sanjana Baskar, Shane Talbot as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Student Council wants you to join us in our 2020 Holiday Spirit Week.

Monday and Tuesday is Cozy Day so wear your pajamas or favorite comfy clothes.

On Monday and Tuesday you can also stop by our table by the lunch room for a cup of hot chocolate and candy cane to enjoy.

Hope you'll join us in spreading some holiday cheer!


Today's lunch is cheeseburger trash plate

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

December 15, 2020

If you took the PSAT back in October, you may pick up your scores in the student center and get help linking your collegeboard account with Khan academy. Khan academy is a free tool offered by collegeboard to help prepare you for the SAT's in the spring. Stop down to the student center during your lunch block or free block.


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to write something positive on a sticky note and stick it somewhere at school or home. Be sure to snap a picture of your sticky note stuck somewhere and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.


Let's Show CARE for our Local Nurses

Webster Show Choir is looking for donations to make care packages for nurses who work at Strong hospital this holiday to show thanks and appreciation for our frontline workers. Anything would be appreciated but some suggested items to donate include:

- Small hand lotions

- Lip balm

- Protein bars

- Coffee gift cards

- Tea bags

- Mints

- Fuzzy socks

- Chocolate

- Small snacks

- Or just a simple Thank You note

There will be a drop off box near the main office and in Mr Baier's room 132 for donated items all next week. Thank you for your donation and for making the holidays brighter for our healthcare workers!


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin shortly after we return from the holiday break. Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.


Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


Student Council wants you to join us in our 2020 Holiday Spirit Week. It's great to see staff and students that dressed today for Winter Wonderland.

Thursday and Friday will be Ugly Sweater day. Monday and Tuesday is Cozy Day so wear your pajamas or favorite comfy clothes.

On Monday and Tuesday you can also stop by our table by the lunch room for a cup of hot chocolate and candy cane to enjoy.

Hope you'll join us in spreading some holiday cheer!

December 14, 2020

Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to write something positive on a sticky note and stick it somewhere at school or home. Be sure to snap a picture of your sticky note stuck somewhere and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.


There is a Future Business Leaders of America meeting in Room 255 after school TODAY at 3:20 pm.


If anyone is still interested in joining the FBLA club, it's not too late.

See a business teacher for more information.


Let's Show CARE for our Local Nurses

Webster Show Choir is looking for donations to make care packages for nurses who work at Strong hospital this holiday to show thanks and appreciation for our frontline workers. Anything would be appreciated but some suggested items to donate include:

- Small hand lotions

- Lip balm

- Protein bars

- Coffee gift cards

- Tea bags

- Mints

- Fuzzy socks

- Chocolate

- Small snacks

- Or just a simple Thank You note

There will be a drop off box near the main office and in Mr Baier's room 132 for donated items all next week. Thank you for your donation and for making the holidays brighter for our healthcare workers!


The course selection process for NEXT school year will begin shortly after we return from the holiday break. Current freshmen, sophomores and juniors are encouraged to start thinking about the courses they would like to take next year. An important step students and parents/guardians can take to prepare is to review the high school course descriptions and resources online. Visit websterschools.org and enter "course description book" into the search field to find course descriptions and other resources that will explain your options for next year in detail. Start thinking about this now so you will be better prepared when the time comes to select your courses.


Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


Student Council wants you to join us in our 2020 Holiday Spirit Week. It's great to see staff and students that dressed today for Winter Wonderland.

Thursday and Friday will be Ugly Sweater day. Monday and Tuesday is Cozy Day so wear your pajamas or favorite comfy clothes.

On Monday and Tuesday you can also stop by our table by the lunch room for a cup of hot chocolate and candy cane to enjoy.

Hope you'll join us in spreading some holiday cheer!

December 11, 2020

Attention freshmen: Please stop by the Link Crew table by the T in the cafeteria this week to decorate the T with ornaments of thankfulness, connect with Link Leaders, and grab a candy cane!


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to donate a can or box of something to the school food pantry or a local pantry. Be sure to snap a picture of your canned or boxed item and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.

Here is a preview of next week's challenge: Write something positive on a sticky note and stick it somewhere at school or home.


There is a FBLA Meeting on Monday Dec. 14th in Room 255 at 3:20 pm, Again there is a Future Business Leaders of America meeting in Room 255 on Monday Dec. 14" at 3:20 pm.


If anyone is still interested in joining the FBLA club, it's not too late.

See a business teacher for more information.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


Student Council wants you to join us in our 2020 Holiday Spirit Week. For the next week and a half there is a dress up theme for each day.

On Monday and Tuesday the theme is Winter Wonderland . Wear your favorite snow day attire or dress in white.

Thursday and Friday is Ugly Sweater day. And the following Monday and Tuesday is Cozy Day. Wear your pajamas or favorite comfy clothes.

Hope you'll join us in spreading some holiday cheer!

December 10, 2020

Attention freshmen: Please stop by the Link Crew table by the T in the cafeteria this week to decorate the T with ornaments of thankfulness, connect with Link Leaders, and grab a candy cane!


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to donate a can or box of something to the school food pantry or a local pantry. Be sure to snap a picture of your canned or boxed item and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.

Here is a preview of next week's challenge: Write something positive on a sticky note and stick it somewhere at school or home.


Attention ALL students who would like to earn volunteer hours: The Care Club is a FANTASTIC way to earn volunteer hours and to help our school and Webster community. Please join us TODAY after school in person or on google meet at 3:15 in the Care room. New members are always welcome!


There is a FBLA Meeting on Monday Dec. 14th in Room 255 at 3:20 pm, Again there is a Future Business Leaders of America meeting in Room 255 on Monday Dec. 14" at 3:20 pm.


If anyone is still interested in joining the FBLA club, it's not too late.

See a business teacher for more information.


Student Council wants you to join us in our 2020 Holiday Spirit Week. For the next week and a half there is a dress up theme for each day.

On Monday and Tuesday the theme is Winter Wonderland . Wear your favorite snow day attire or dress in white.

Thursday and Friday is Ugly Sweater day. And the following Monday and Tuesday is Cozy Day. Wear your pajamas or favorite comfy clothes.

Hope you'll join us in spreading some holiday cheer!


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

December 8, 2020

Attention freshmen: Please stop by the Link Crew table by the T in the cafeteria this week to decorate the T with ornaments of thankfulness, connect with Link Leaders, and grab a candy cane!


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to donate a can or box of something to the school food pantry or a local pantry. Be sure to snap a picture of your canned or boxed item and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.


Attention ALL students who would like to earn volunteer hours: The Care Club is a FANTASTIC way to earn volunteer hours and to help our school and Webster community. Please join us this Thursday December 10th after school in person or on google meet at 3:15 in the Care room. New members are always welcome!


Titans and Dragons: the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons club, will not meet this afternoon due to a dentist appointment that Mr. Phares forgot about. We’ll continue our adventure next week.” -


Today's lunch is mozzarella stick stuffed grilled cheese

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


The Student Council would like to announce the Students and staff of the month of December.



In 9th grade, James (Shalin) Zerbe: Shalin is an awesome student. He is hardworking and attentive in class. He is never afraid to answer questions or take a risk and is always ready to participate. He is funny and friendly and kind to his peers.



In 10th grade, Andrew Bradford: Andrew genuinely acts like he cares about people for who they are and he makes me laugh every single day. He has made coming back to work/school very enjoyable for both myself and his classmates.



In 11th grade, Alex Magano: Alex is a remote learning student who is doing all the right things to succeed! He is organized, completes his work and turns it in on time, and seeks out assistance when he needs it! He is an active participant in our google meet classes, always willing to answer a question. Alex is one of the kindest, polite, and caring students I have ever had the pleasure of working with!



In 12th grade, Jared Ciminelli: Jared consistently tries his very best at whatever is in front of him. His interest is genuine and his work ethic is exemplary.



Our Staff member of the month is Mrs. Pagano: Mrs. Pagano goes out of her way, during lunch, before and after school, even adding extra google meets to help students complete their work and study. She also sets up procedures for her team to be efficient and communicate in every way possible to help students and one another. She is an amazing role model and colleague.



Congratulations to our Students and Staff of the month for December. You can pick up your certificate and Dunkin Donuts gift card from the Main Office today.

December 7, 2020

Attention freshmen: Please stop by the Link Crew table by the T in the cafeteria this week to decorate the T with ornaments of thankfulness, connect with Link Leaders, and grab a candy cane!


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to donate a can or box of something to the school food pantry or a local pantry. Be sure to snap a picture of your canned or boxed item and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.


Attention ALL students who would like to earn volunteer hours: The Care Club is a FANTASTIC way to earn volunteer hours and to help our school and Webster community. Please join us this Thursday December 10th after school in person or on google meet at 3:15 in the Care room. New members are always welcome!


Today's lunch is mozzarella stick stuffed grilled cheese

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


The Student Council would like to announce the Students and staff of the month of December.



In 9th grade, James (Shalin) Zerbe: Shalin is an awesome student. He is hardworking and attentive in class. He is never afraid to answer questions or take a risk and is always ready to participate. He is funny and friendly and kind to his peers.



In 10th grade, Andrew Bradford: Andrew genuinely acts like he cares about people for who they are and he makes me laugh every single day. He has made coming back to work/school very enjoyable for both myself and his classmates.



In 11th grade, Alex Magano: Alex is a remote learning student who is doing all the right things to succeed! He is organized, completes his work and turns it in on time, and seeks out assistance when he needs it! He is an active participant in our google meet classes, always willing to answer a question. Alex is one of the kindest, polite, and caring students I have ever had the pleasure of working with!



In 12th grade, Jared Ciminelli: Jared consistently tries his very best at whatever is in front of him. His interest is genuine and his work ethic is exemplary.



Our Staff member of the month is Mrs. Pagano: Mrs. Pagano goes out of her way, during lunch, before and after school, even adding extra google meets to help students complete their work and study. She also sets up procedures for her team to be efficient and communicate in every way possible to help students and one another. She is an amazing role model and colleague.



Congratulations to our Students and Staff of the month for December. You can pick up your certificate and Dunkin Donuts gift card from the Main Office today.

December 4, 2020

The house offices have student ID cards. Please stop in to your office to pick up your card.


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to make a snowflake and hang it up in school or at home. Be sure to snap a picture of your completed snowflake and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.

Here is a preview of next week's challenge: Donate a can or box of something to the school food pantry or a local pantry.


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Attention alpine skiers: Are you interested in skiing competitively for Webster this coming winter? If so please contact Coach Francis for more details at rob_francis@webstercsd.org The season is scheduled to begin December 7th.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID. Tryouts will start on December 7th at 3:30 at AMF Empire Lanes. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org.


Today's lunch is tacos

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

December 3, 2020

The house offices have student ID cards. Please stop in to your office to pick up your card.


Food Service Dept would like to announce that Maggie Childs was a winner from our survey. Thank you on behalf of our Food Service Dept for filling our our survey, please stop down to the kitchen to pick up your prize Maggie.

Thank you to all that took time to participate.


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Calling all Webster students!

Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Positivity In Action has a challenge for you!

Compete to win weekly challenges and rewards as well as a monthly reward.

All you have to do is complete the weekly challenge and/or the bonus challenge, snap a picture of the completed challenge and send the picture to one of the approved destinations.

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize.

Complete four out of five of the weekly challenges and/or the bonus challenge to be entered to win a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one of the weekly challenges, don't stress! There will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to make a snowflake and hang it up in school or at home. Be sure to snap a picture of your completed snowflake and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You may also complete the bonus challenge of decorating any mask in a holiday theme. Be sure to snap a picture of your holiday mask and send it to one of the destinations shown here. This bonus challenge can count for a missed week.

Here is a preview of next week's challenge: Donate a can or box of something to the school food pantry or a local pantry.


Attention alpine skiers: Are you interested in skiing competitively for Webster this coming winter? If so please contact Coach Francis for more details at rob_francis@webstercsd.org The season is scheduled to begin December 7th.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID. Tryouts will start on December 7th at 3:30 at AMF Empire Lanes. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org.


Today's lunch is tacos

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

December 1, 2020

Student IDs were handed out earlier this year. If you didn't pick yours up or had your picture taken on the make-up day, please go to your house office to pick up your ID.


Food Service Dept would like to announce that Maggie Childs was a winner from our survey. Thank you on behalf of our Food Service Dept for filling our our survey, please stop down to the kitchen to pick up your prize Maggie.

Thank you to all that took time to participate.


Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Over the next 4 weeks, Positivity in Action has a weekly challenge for you!

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize!

Complete 4 out of 5 of the weekly challenges/bonus to be entered for a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one week, don't stress…..there will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to create a snowflake and hang it up in school or at home. Be sure to snap a picture of your completed snowflake and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You can also complete the bonus challenge, which is decorating any mask using a holiday theme!

Good luck!


Attention Pickleball club participants.

Pickleball club will be postponed until further notice.

There will NOT be any Pickleball club this week.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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 alpine skiers: Are you interested in skiing competitively for Webster this coming winter? If so please contact Coach Francis for more details at rob_francis@webstercsd.org The season is scheduled to begin December 7th.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID. Tryouts will start on December 7th at 3:30 at AMF Empire Lanes. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org.


Today's lunch is cheeseburger or hamburger

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 30, 2020

Student IDs were handed out earlier this year. If you didn't pick yours up or had your picture taken on the make-up day, please go to your house office to pick up your ID.


Are you looking for something fun to do during the week that can also come with a reward?

Over the next 4 weeks, Positivity in Action has a weekly challenge for you!

Complete the challenge each week to be entered to win a candy prize!

Complete 4 out of 5 of the weekly challenges/bonus to be entered for a gift card prize at the end of the month.

If you miss one week, don't stress…..there will be a bonus challenge to make up for any week missed.

This week's challenge is to create a snowflake and hang it up in school or at home. Be sure to snap a picture of your completed snowflake and send it to one of the destinations shown here.

You can also complete the bonus challenge, which is decorating any mask using a holiday theme!

Good luck!


Attention Pickleball club participants.

Pickleball club will be postponed until further notice.

There will NOT be any Pickleball club this week.


Attention alpine skiers: Are you interested in skiing competitively for Webster this coming winter? If so please contact Coach Francis for more details at rob_francis@webstercsd.org The season is scheduled to begin December 7th.


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID. Tryouts will start on December 7th at 3:30 at AMF Empire Lanes. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org.


Today's lunch is cheeseburger or hamburger

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 24, 2020

Student Council invites students to get in the holiday spirit with our Thanksgiving scavenger hunt. There are 12 turkeys hiding around the school. Whoever finds the most turkeys and takes a selfie with them by the end of the day will get a $10 gift card to Target. Stop by room 411 at the end of the day to show your pictures.


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Holy Cow! Pickleball Pickleball Pickleball! Let's play some pickleball after school Tuesday's and Thursday's from 3:30-4:30 until Christmas, Pickleball Club is starting- Join us for a meeting on Monday Nov. 30th at 3:30 via Google Meet. The link is on Mr. Grose's Pickleball Classroom page, which you can join using the code shown here. If you cannot attend Monday, come Tuesday ready to play! We will crown Webster Thomas' best pickle players!


Senior Austin Schoen placed seventh at the Section Five Class A Cross Country Championship, leading the Titans to a runner-up position. Sophomore Connor Thomas was 13th.

Junior Carolyn Mack placed 12th overall in the girls' race.


Attention alpine skiers: Are you interested in skiing competitively for Webster this coming winter? If so please contact Coach Francis for more details at rob_francis@webstercsd.org The season is scheduled to begin December 7th.


Thursday evening The Sectional Swim meet was held at the WAC.

Our Webster Team came in third overall with a score of 332. Dana Witte won the 200 freestyle and our 200 Freestyle relay team of Claire Gorton, Lauren Schriner , Meghan Martin and Dana Witte came in second and swam a State qualifying time in the process.

Dana Witte was also named Swimmer of the Year


Anyone interested in trying out for Webster Thomas Varsity Bowling, please make sure to sign up on FamilyID. Tryouts will start on December 7th at 3:30 at AMF Empire Lanes. More information to follow. If you have any questions, please email Matt Cleary at matthew_cleary@webstercsd.org


Today's lunch is bosco cheese sticks.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.


HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO ALL!

November 23, 2020

Student Council invites students to get in the holiday spirit with our Thanksgiving scavenger hunt. There are 12 turkeys hiding around the school. Whoever finds the most turkeys and takes a selfie with them by the end of the day will get a $10 gift card to Target. Stop by room 411 at the end of the day to show your pictures.


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Senior Austin Schoen placed seventh at the Section Five Class A Cross Country Championship, leading the Titans to a runner-up position. Sophomore Connor Thomas was 13th.

Junior Carolyn Mack placed 12th overall in the girls' race.


Attention alpine skiers: Are you interested in skiing competitively for Webster this coming winter? If so please contact Coach Francis for more details at rob_francis@webstercsd.org The season is scheduled to begin December 7th.


Thursday evening The Sectional Swim meet was held at the WAC.

Our Webster Team came in third overall with a score of 332. Dana Witte won the 200 freestyle and our 200 Freestyle relay team of Claire Gorton, Lauren Schriner , Meghan Martin and Dana Witte came in second and swam a State qualifying time in the process.

Dana Witte was also named Swimmer of the Year


Today's lunch is bosco cheese sticks.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 20, 2020

Food service needs your help!

When you see this QR code please take a few seconds to answer 5 short questions about what you would like to see on the menu’s.

Every student that participates in the survey will be entered to win a weekly prize.

You will find the QR code at Cafeteria Desks, Hallways and School Emails

We appreciate your help!


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Congratulations to the Thomas Field Hockey team for winning the Section Five Class A Championship Title on Monday night. Senior Audrey Grieb scored all three goals in the 3 to 1 victory over Fairport. Way to go TItans!


Today's lunch is turkey & gravy Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 19, 2020

Food service needs your help!

When you see this QR code please take a few seconds to answer 5 short questions about what you would like to see on the menu’s.

Every student that participates in the survey will be entered to win a weekly prize.

You will find the QR code at Cafeteria Desks, Hallways and School Emails

We appreciate your help!


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Looking to donate non-perishable goods this holiday season?

If so, we have the perfect opportunity for you. From now until December 18th, there will be a wooden crate in the cafeteria hallway for all donations.

All donations will go directly to the Hope House of Webster.

The hope house is in particular need for items like sugar, canned fruits, shampoo and conditioner, and cleaning products along with any other non perishable items. If you have any questions contact Dan Muscato at the email shown here.


Congratulations to the Thomas Field Hockey team for winning the Section Five Class A Championship Title on Monday night. Senior Audrey Grieb scored all three goals in the 3 to 1 victory over Fairport. Way to go TItans!


Today's lunch is turkey & gravy

November 17, 2020

Food service needs your help!

When you see this QR code please take a few seconds to answer 5 short questions about what you would like to see on the menu’s.

Every student that participates in the survey will be entered to win a weekly prize.

You will find the QR code at Cafeteria Desks, Hallways and School Emails

We appreciate your help!


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


You think you know something about Music or Math?

Maybe History, Pop-culture, Travel, or Sports is your thing.

You may be perfect for our Thomas Titans Masterminds Team.

We are a School Team that competes in Knowledge and Trivia from every topic you can think of.

We complete as a group, so there is no high pressure.

No travel, very casual, LOTS of fun... even college scholarships for players who go on.

Only 5 competitions this year... All Remote.

Stop by Mr Christman's room (#302) today or after school to find out more.

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.


MasterMinds - It's the Sport for Your Brain!


Are you looking for something to do this winter?

Join the Cross Country Ski Team! There are ski levels available for everyone including, Varsity, JV, and even Novice for those who have never done the sport before.

To get more information join the team Google Classroom with code: f3aqzeq


There will be a Google Meet with the coach in this classroom on Thursday November, 19 at 3:30.


If you can't make the meeting, leave your contact information in the Google classroom.


Today's lunch is meatball sub

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 16, 2020

There will be a Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Meeting TODAY at 3:25 in Room 255. You can also join virtually, the link is on the Google Classroom, the code is: pxoxwxy. All are welcome!


Food service needs your help!

When you see this QR code please take a few seconds to answer 5 short questions about what you would like to see on the menu’s.

Every student that participates in the survey will be entered to win a weekly prize.

You will find the QR code at Cafeteria Desks, Hallways and School Emails

We appreciate your help!


Dungeons and Dragons Club is cancelled today


You think you know something about Music or Math?

Maybe History, Pop-culture, Travel, or Sports is your thing.

You may be perfect for our Thomas Titans Masterminds Team.

We are a School Team that competes in Knowledge and Trivia from every topic you can think of.

We complete as a group, so there is no high pressure.

No travel, very casual, LOTS of fun... even college scholarships for players who go on.

Only 5 competitions this year... All Remote.

Stop by Mr Christman's room (#302) today or after school to find out more.

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.


MasterMinds - It's the Sport for Your Brain!


Are you looking for something to do this winter?

Join the Cross Country Ski Team! There are ski levels available for everyone including, Varsity, JV, and even Novice for those who have never done the sport before.

To get more information join the team Google Classroom with code: f3aqzeq


There will be a Google Meet with the coach in this classroom on Thursday November, 19 at 3:30.


If you can't make the meeting, leave your contact information in the Google classroom.


Today's lunch is meatball sub

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 13, 2020

Positivity in action meets on Mondays at 3:45 via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Meeting on Monday, November 16 at 3:25 in Room 255. You can also join virtually, the link is on the Google Classroom, the code is: pxoxwxy. All are welcome!


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 see or email Mr. Callard in the Student Center to learn more about the 2021 Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Program.

This program is being held both in virtual and in-person formats at the University of Rochester June 4-6.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their regular season "virtual" Math League meet. Leading the way for the Titans was JT Mongeon scoring 34 points. Strong performances by Tyler Williams, Daniel Klimatchev, Aiden Penza, Shane Talbot as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


You think you know something about Music or Math?

Maybe History, Pop-culture, Travel, or Sports is your thing.

You may be perfect for our Thomas Titans Masterminds Team.

We are a School Team that competes in Knowledge and Trivia from every topic you can think of.

We complete as a group, so there is no high pressure.

No travel, very casual, LOTS of fun... even college scholarships for players who go on.

Only 5 competitions this year... All Remote.

Stop by Mr Christman's room (#302) Monday or Tuesday after school to find out more.

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.


MasterMinds - It's the Sport for Your Brain!


Today's lunch is chili mac and cheese.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 12, 2020

Positivity in action meets on Mondays at 3:45 via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Meeting on Monday, November 16 at 3:25 in Room 255. You can also join virtually, the link is on the Google Classroom, the code is: pxoxwxy. All are welcome!


There will be a CARE club meeting TODAY after school in the CARE room at 3:15! All new members are welcome! We will discuss what our next project will be. The Care room is located near the West Cafe. See you there!


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 see or email Mr. Callard in the Student Center to learn more about the 2021 Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Program.

This program is being held both in virtual and in-person formats at the University of Rochester June 4-6.


Webster Thomas' Math League held their regular season "virtual" Math League meet. Leading the way for the Titans was JT Mongeon scoring 34 points. Strong performances by Tyler Williams, Daniel Klimatchev, Aiden Penza, Shane Talbot as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Do you know the capital city of Senegal?

Can you name all 4 members of the Beatles?

Could you figure out the angles of a 3-4-5 triangle?

Who's the highest scoring basketball player, or the winner of the World Series last year?


Then MasterMinds is the team for you.

MasterMinds is a competitive game similar to Jeopardy and we have a team right here at Thomas.

We compete against other schools as a group... this year all competitions will be remote from home or Thomas high school.


We are very casual and its a LOT of fun.


Masterminds meets only once a week and competes about 5 times this year.

Practice schedule is very flexible.


We have openings for players with all areas of knowledge from History, Science, Pop-culture, Music and the Arts, Sports and even Bible knowledge. Anything under the Sun - and even about the Sun.

Masterminds even offers College Scholarships


Come by Mr. Christman's room in Thomas #302 on TUESDAY NOV 17th after school to learn more and consider joining.

Come see if MasterMinds is for you or Contact Mr. Christman any day after school if you're interested and can't make it on Tuesday.


Masterminds - It's The Sport for your brain!


Today's lunch is chili mac and cheese.

Just a reminder that lunch and breakfast is FREE to ALL students everyday.

Please stop by the cafe and pick up breakfast and lunch.

November 10, 2020

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 see or email Mr. Callard in the Student Center to learn more about the 2021 Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Program.

This program is being held both in virtual and in-person formats at the University of Rochester June 4-6.


Attention CARE Club Members:

There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, November 12th in the CARE room at 3:15 and also on Google Meet. Please join us in person or on google meet as we plan our next service project. New members are always welcome! Just a reminder that the CARE room is located next to the West Cafe. See you there!


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Meeting on Monday, November 16 at 3:25 in Room 255. You can also join virtually, the link is on the Google Classroom, the code is: pxoxwxy. All are welcome!



Do you know the capital city of Senegal?

Can you name all 4 members of the Beatles?

Could you figure out the angles of a 3-4-5 triangle?

Who's the highest scoring basketball player, or the winner of the World Series last year?


Then MasterMinds is the team for you.

MasterMinds is a competitive game similar to Jeopardy and we have a team right here at Thomas.

We compete against other schools as a group... this year all competitions will be remote from home or Thomas high school.


We are very casual and its a LOT of fun.


Masterminds meets only once a week and competes about 5 times this year.

Practice schedule is very flexible.


We have openings for players with all areas of knowledge from History, Science, Pop-culture, Music and the Arts, Sports and even Bible knowledge. Anything under the Sun - and even about the Sun.

Masterminds even offers College Scholarships


Come by Mr. Christman's room in Thomas #302 on TUESDAY NOV 17th after school to learn more and consider joining.

Come see if MasterMinds is for you or Contact Mr. Christman any day after school if you're interested and can't make it on Tuesday.


Masterminds - It's The Sport for your brain!


The boys cross country team won the Monroe County Division II title with a 17 to 46 win over Greece Odyssey-Olympia on Saturday at Webster Park. Senior Austin Schoen won the race, while sophomores Connor Thomas and Evan Lacey took second and third respectively.


The girls cross country team defeated Greece Odyssey-Olympia 18 to 45. Junior Carolyn Mack was the race winner, while junior Sage Altobelli, senior Heather Ashton, and sophomore Rachel Webster all finished in the top five.


Today's lunch is pulled pork sandwich


This year Veterans Day is on Wednesday and 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 9, 2020

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 see or email Mr. Callard in the Student Center to learn more about the 2021 Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Program.

This program is being held both in virtual and in-person formats at the University of Rochester June 4-6.


Attention CARE Club Members:

There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, November 12th in the CARE room at 3:15 and also on Google Meet. Please join us in person or on google meet as we plan our next service project. New members are always welcome! Just a reminder that the CARE room is located next to the West Cafe. See you there!


There will be a Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) Meeting on Monday, November 16 at 3:25 in Room 255. You can also join virtually, the link is on the Google Classroom, the code is: pxoxwxy. All are welcome!


The boys cross country team won the Monroe County Division II title with a 17 to 46 win over Greece Odyssey-Olympia on Saturday at Webster Park. Senior Austin Schoen won the race, while sophomores Connor Thomas and Evan Lacey took second and third respectively.


The girls cross country team defeated Greece Odyssey-Olympia 18 to 45. Junior Carolyn Mack was the race winner, while junior Sage Altobelli, senior Heather Ashton, and sophomore Rachel Webster all finished in the top five.


Today's lunch is pulled pork sandwich


This year Veterans Day is on Wednesday and 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 6, 2020

Today's lunch is chicken fingers


Student Council would like to recognize the Students & Staff of the Month for November

In 9th grade, Nathaniel Chace

Nathan is a polite, courteous, kind, honest and considerate student. It is evident that he puts in an incredible amount of effort and time to do the best he can do. He looks to be proactive and stay ahead of his work, a trait that is so prized in students now-a-days.


In 10th grade, Ayah Silmi

She is a stellar student who goes above and beyond, has an impeccable work ethic and the courage to speak in front of her peers when no one else volunteers. She does not shy away from being vulnerable, a very admirable quality!


In 11th Grade, Logan Simpson

Logan is a pleasure to have in class. He is an active participant and a leader among his peers. He asks questions, seeks to learn more, takes pride in his work and always wants to improve. He is kind and respectful to everyone!


In 12th grade, Emma Posella

Emma has taken on the challenge of Pre-Calc this year. So far she exceeded expectations and done very well. She's not been afraid to ask questions and stretch herself with more difficult content. She is a kind and considerate person and a joy to have in class.


Our Staff member of the month is Cheryl Marinaccio, our School Nurse.

There have been a lot of procedure changes this year and Ms Marinaccio has done a great job organizing and communicating with her staff, the administration and everyone else involved. She has gone above and beyond with her work concerning covid policies, parents, students, and working with staff in other schools to ensure everyone is on the same page concerning practices and policies.Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication Ms. Marinaccio!

Congratulations to all of our students and staff of the month. You can pick up your certificate and your gift card to Dunkin Donuts in room 411.

November 5, 2020

Seniors - Do have questions about your college applications, naviance or letters of recommendations? If so, stop into the library today. A School Counselor will be in the back of the library to assist you with any questions you have about the college application process. Please use the scan code before entering the library.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


There is a Key Club meeting in Mrs. Donovan's room (room 405) after school today at 3:15. All are welcome!


Attention Mountain Bikers: For safety reasons we will NOT be riding today. Because of the lack of sunlight after 4pm due to changing the clocks back, it makes it dangerous to ride the roads without lights. We will see you in the Spring for another great season of riding.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers


Student Council would like to recognize the Students & Staff of the Month for November

In 9th grade, Nathaniel Chace

Nathan is a polite, courteous, kind, honest and considerate student. It is evident that he puts in an incredible amount of effort and time to do the best he can do. He looks to be proactive and stay ahead of his work, a trait that is so prized in students now-a-days.


In 10th grade, Ayah Silmi

She is a stellar student who goes above and beyond, has an impeccable work ethic and the courage to speak in front of her peers when no one else volunteers. She does not shy away from being vulnerable, a very admirable quality!


In 11th Grade, Logan Simpson

Logan is a pleasure to have in class. He is an active participant and a leader among his peers. He asks questions, seeks to learn more, takes pride in his work and always wants to improve. He is kind and respectful to everyone!


In 12th grade, Emma Posella

Emma has taken on the challenge of Pre-Calc this year. So far she exceeded expectations and done very well. She's not been afraid to ask questions and stretch herself with more difficult content. She is a kind and considerate person and a joy to have in class.


Our Staff member of the month is Cheryl Marinacco, our School Nurse.

There have been a lot of procedure changes this year and Ms Marinacco has done a great job organizing and communicating with her staff, the administration and everyone else involved. She has gone above and beyond with her work concerning covid policies, parents, students, and working with staff in other schools to ensure everyone is on the same page concerning practices and policies.Thank you for all of your hard work and dedication Ms. Marinacco!

Congratulations to all of our students and staff of the month. You can pick up your certificate and your gift card to Dunkin Donuts in room 411.

November 3, 2020

Seniors - Do have questions about your college applications, naviance or letters of recommendations? If so, stop into the library today. A School Counselor will be in the back of the library to assist you with any questions you have about the college application process. Please use the scan code before entering the library.


Positivity in action meets on Mondays at 3:45 via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


The Skylight Cafe will be open at 10:00 today. We will be selling coffee, hot chocolate, cookies, chips, candy, and more. We now accept payments through your school account or you can pay with cash. We hope to see you at the Skylight this week!


Best Buddies will be meeting today and Thursday, November 5 at 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. We will be playing a socially distant version of Minute to Win It. Join us for some fun!

Also, Best Buddies is hosting their annual fundraiser, Tuesday November 3 at Chipotle on Holt Road from 5:00 - 9:00. After your family votes stop by and pick up dinner. Just mention Best Buddies when you check out .


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


Thank you to everyone who participated in Fall Fest last week. Here are the final results of the week's competition.

The scarecrow winners:


1st Place: Freshman

2nd Place: Owl Program

3rd Place: Seniors

4th Place: Juniors

5th Place: Sophomores


The winners of the social media raffle are Sean Smith and Emma Heerkens. You can pick up your gift cards in room 411 today.


Overall Points for the week:


In 3rd Place a Tie between Juniors and Sophomores

In 2nd Place: Seniors

And in 1st Place and Winners of the Spirit Stick this fall: The Freshman!


The Student Council will be making a donation to Lollipop Farms on behalf of the Freshman Class. Congratulations 9th graders!!


Today's lunch is toasted cheese sandwich

November 2, 2020

Positivity in action meets on Mondays at 3:45 via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


The Skylight Cafe will be open at 10:00 today. We will be selling coffee, hot chocolate, cookies, chips, candy, and more. We now accept payments through your school account or you can pay with cash. We hope to see you at the Skylight this week!


Best Buddies will be meeting Tuesday, November 3 and Thursday, November 5 at 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. We will be playing a socially distant version of Minute to Win It. Join us for some fun!

Also, Best Buddies is hosting their annual fundraiser, Tuesday November 3 at Chipotle on Holt Road from 5:00 - 9:00. After your family votes stop by and pick up dinner. Just mention Best Buddies when you check out .


The girls cross country team notched a 26 to 31 win over Spencerport on Saturday. Senior Katherine Peterson placed second overall, as sophomore Kolbi Spencer and freshman Maggie Rynkiewicz (RIN-ko-wits) both placed in the top five overall.


The boys cross country team remained undefeated with a 20 to 39 win over Spencerport. Junior Aidan Civiletti took the win, while sophomore Tyler Kirschbaum and senior Gabe Valdivia both finished in the top five overall.


Thank you to everyone who participated in Fall Fest last week. Here are the final results of the week's competition.

The scarecrow winners:


1st Place: Freshman

2nd Place: Owl Program

3rd Place: Seniors

4th Place: Juniors

5th Place: Sophomores


The winners of the social media raffle are Sean Smith and Emma Heerkens. You can pick up your gift cards in room 411 today.


Overall Points for the week:


In 3rd Place a Tie between Juniors and Sophomores

In 2nd Place: Seniors

And in 1st Place and Winners of the Spirit Stick this fall: The Freshman!


The Student Council will be making a donation to Lollipop Farms on behalf of the Freshman Class. Congratulations 9th graders!!


Today's lunch is toasted cheese sandwich

October 30, 2020

Attention students enrolled in AP classes - TODAY IS THE LAST DAY to register and pay for exams at the $95 rate. After today the price per exam increases to $135. There will be no exceptions. The entire process can be completed online! Stop into the Gold House with questions.


The first meeting of the Thomas Improv Club will be this Friday after school in Room 111. Meetings will alternate each week between Thursday and Friday. We will also be live in a Google Meet. If you're interested, join our Google Classroom (Class Code y5r4kil) or just come on down. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. See you there!


Best Buddies will be meeting Tuesday, November 3 and Thursday, November 5 at 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. We will be playing a socially distant version of Minute to Win It. Join us for some fun!

Also, Best Buddies is hosting their annual fundraiser, Tuesday November 3 at Chipotle on Holt Road from 5:00 - 9:00. After your family votes stop by and pick up dinner. Just mention Best Buddies when you check out .


Today's lunch is cheeseburger or hamburger


I'm Jonathan from Student Council here to give you an update on Fall Fest. Points have now been awarded to classes for Monday and Tuesday's dress up theme as well as the pumpkin decorating. The Sophomore Class had the most pumpkins followed up by the freshman, then seniors.

The 3 top pumpkins have been chosen to win a $20 gift card to Target. For the funniest pumpkin we have Emily Stewart with her donut. For the Scariest, Julia Maciag wins with her bloody mouth pumpkin and The most creative pumpkin goes to Maddie Blodgett for her VW bus pumpkin carving. Emily, Julia and Maddie, you can pick up your gift cards in room 404 today.

Our current Standings for Fall Fest have the Freshman holding on to First place overall, followed by a tie for second place between the sophomores and juniors. We have today's dress up theme as well as the scarecrow competition before we total the points to find out who wins the spirit stick and who will receive money toward their charity.

October 29, 2020

Tomorrow is the deadline for all AP students to pay and register for exams at the lower, $95 rate. After tomorrow, all exams will cost $135 each! All registration and payment information is available on our webpage and can be done online! Stop down to the Gold House with questions.


Seniors - have questions about your college apps, naviance or letters of recommendations? If so, stop into the library today. A School Counselor will be in the back of the library to assist you with any questions you have about the college application process. Please use the scan code before entering the library.



Positivity in action meets on Mondays at 3:45 via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


The first meeting of the Thomas Improv Club will be this Friday after school in Room 111. Meetings will alternate each week between Thursday and Friday. We will also be live in a Google Meet. If you're interested, join our Google Classroom (Class Code y5r4kil) or just come on down. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. See you there!


Attention Model UNers: Please see the Classroom page for an important announcement regarding the HIlton conference next month. If you have questions, see Miss Yang in room 210


Attention mountain bikers. Due to the wet conditions, we will not be riding this afternoon.


Today's lunch is Bosco cheese sticks


I'm Jonathan from Student Council here to give you an update on Fall Fest. Points have now been awarded to classes for Monday and Tuesday's dress up theme as well as the pumpkin decorating. The Sophomore Class had the most pumpkins followed up by the freshman, then seniors.


The 3 top pumpkins have been chosen to win a $20 gift card to Target. For the funniest pumpkin we have Emily Stewart with her donut. For the Scariest, Julia Maciag wins with her bloody mouth pumpkin and The most creative pumpkin goes to Maddie Blodgett for her VW bus pumpkin carving. Emily, Julia and Maddie, you can pick up your gift cards in room 411 today.


Our current Standings for Fall Fest have the Freshman holding on to First place overall, followed by a tie for second place between the sophomores and juniors. We have today's dress up theme as well as the scarecrow competition before we total the points to find out who wins the spirit stick and who will receive money toward their charity.

October 27, 2020

Attention AP students - If you plan to take an exam, please register and pay NO LATER than this Friday, 10/30 to avoid paying a late fee! After Friday, the price per exam increases to $135. All payment and registration information can be completed online. Hurry! Only 4 days left!


Seniors - have questions about your college apps, naviance or letters of recommendations? If so, stop into the library today. A School Counselor will be in the back of the library to assist you with any questions you have about the college application process. Please use the scan code before entering the library.


Are you a Senior who is currently enrolled in a World Language Course like French, German, or Spanish? Are you a senior who uses another language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you. The Seal of Biliteracy is a stamp that goes on your diploma to demonstrate that you have strong skills in English and another language. For more information please join the Google Classroom for the Seal using the code shown here.

There will be a virtual information meeting about the Seal on Wednesday, October 28th at 3:00 pm through Google Meet. See a World Language or ENL Teacher for more information


Positivity in action meets on Mondays at 3:45 via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


The wait is over! The Skylight Cafe will be opening this Thursday at 10:00. We will be selling coffee, hot chocolate, cookies, chips, candy, and more. We now accept payments through your school account or you can pay with cash. We hope to see you at the Skylight this week!


The first meeting of the Thomas Improv Club will be this Friday after school in Room 111. Meetings will alternate each week between Thursday and Friday. We will also be live in a Google Meet. If you're interested, join our Google Classroom (Class Code y5r4kil) or just come on down. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. See you there!


Attention artists! are you a confident painter? do you want to leave your mark on the school? if so - join us for the first meeting of art club, to learn more about how this year is going to run!

the first meeting will be virtual at the end of “school” on wednesday. our google classroom code is sngbtkt. the meet code will be in our google classroom. again - type in the google classroom code sngbtkt to join!


Attention Model UNers: Please see the Classroom page for an important announcement regarding the HIlton conference next month. If you have questions, see Miss Yang in room 210


The DREAM club will meet after school today in room 411. Anyone who is interested in being a part of DREAM is welcome to attend.


Today's lunch is wing stingers


JONATHAN-

Hi, I'm Jonathan from Student Council. Thank you to all that are joining in our Fall Fest this week. We will be keeping track of which class has the most participation all week between dressing in theme, pumpkin decorating and the scarecrow competition to see who wins the Spirit Stick and which class will earn money toward their chosen charity.


The Freshman class has chosen Lollypop Farm as their charity. The Lollypop Farm's vision is a just and compassionate world for all animals.


NORA-

Hi, I'm Nora and I'm here for the class of 2023. We have chosen the Jack Foundation as our charity WHEN WE WIN Fall Fest. The Jack Foundation was created four years ago by a Webster family in memory of three year old Jack James. In his memory, a “Jack’s Place” playground in Penfield and just this summer another playground at Webster Park have been created. The playgrounds were built to honor Jack’s love of dinosaurs and all things the color “blue”! The Jack Foundation will build more of these playgrounds in the future in other local towns. Hey sophomores, please help us donate to the Jack Foundation by participating in fall fest, so that the sophomore class can win!


CONOR-

I'm Julian representing the Class of 2022. We have also selected the Jack Foundation as our charity. Juniors, we need your help to win the spirit stick. So on Thursday, let's see your Halloween costumes!


Jonathan-

I'm also representing the Senior Class. We have chosen St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital as our charity in memory of Josh Honebrink. Seniors, help us win the Spirit Stick and earn money to honor Josh's memory.


Remember that you can follow Student Council on Instagram and Twitter to see what events are taking place throughout the year. 1 follower on each platform will be chosen for a $5 starbucks gift card this week. Thanks for joining us in celebrating Fall Fest this week.

October 26, 2020


> Students taking AP exams now have only 5 days to complete the registration and payment process for exams before the price increases to $135 per exam. That's an extra $40 per exam! Please complete the process by Friday, 10/30 to avoid paying this fee!


> Are you a Senior who is currently enrolled in a World Language Course like French, German, or Spanish? Are you a senior who uses another language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you. The Seal of Biliteracy is a stamp that goes on your diploma to demonstrate that you have strong skills in English and another language. For more information please join the Google Classroom for the Seal using the code shown here.

There will be a virtual information meeting about the Seal on Wednesday, October 28th at 3:00 pm through Google Meet. See a World Language or ENL Teacher for more information



> The first meeting of the Thomas Improv Club will be this Friday after school in Room 111. Meetings will alternate each week between Thursday and Friday. We will also be live in a Google Meet. If you're interested, join our Google Classroom (Class Code y5r4kil) or just come on down. You can also ask Mr. Stoetzel for details. See you there!



> The boys' cross country team ran its record to 3 and O with a 24-36 win over Churchville-Chili at Parma Park on Saturday. Senior Austin Schoen placed second overall, while sophomore Connor Thomas and junior Jalen Barnwell also placed in the top five overall.

The girls' cross country team lost another tight contest, falling to Churchville-Chili by a score of 27-30. Juniors Carolyn Mack and Sage Altobelli placed in the top five.


> Today's lunch is hot beef and cheese sandwich


>

AYAH-

Hi, I'm Ayah from Student Council. Thank you to all that are joining in our Fall Fest this week. We will be keeping track of which class has the most participation all week between dressing in theme, pumpkin decorating and the scarecrow competition to see who wins the Spirit Stick and which class will earn money toward their chosen charity.


The Freshman class has chosen Lollypop Farm as their charity. The Lollypop Farm's vision is a just and compassionate world for all animals.


EMILY-

Hi, I'm Emily and I'm here for the class of 2023. We have chosen the Jack Foundation as our charity WHEN WE WIN Fall Fest. The Jack Foundation was created four years ago by a Webster family in memory of three year old Jack James. In his memory, a “Jack’s Place” playground in Penfield and just this summer another playground at Webster Park have been created. The playgrounds were built to honor Jack’s love of dinosaurs and all things the color “blue”! The Jack Foundation will build more of these playgrounds in the future in other local towns. Hey sophomores, please help us donate to the Jack Foundation by participating in fall fest, so that the sophomore class can win!


JULIAN-

I'm Julian representing the Class of 2022. We have also selected the Jack Foundation as our charity. Juniors, we need your help to win the spirit stick. So on Thursday, let's see your Halloween costumes!


DAN-

I'm Dan for the Senior Class. We have chosen St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital as our charity in memory of Josh Honebrink. Seniors, help us win the Spirit Stick and earn money to honor Josh's memory.

October 23, 2020

Students enrolled in AP courses now only have 8 more days to register AND pay for exams before the price goes up to $135 per exam. Stop into the Gold House Office with questions. Remember, the deadline is 10/30.


Schutt's apple cider and fried cakes are now being sold here in the cafeteria for a limited time. Please come enjoy these tasty treats which will be served during breakfast and lunch, while supplies last.

Enjoy!


Attention: Picture Make-up Day is TODAY in the auditorium. Stop by during PE, lunch or during a block change.


Are you a Senior who is currently enrolled in a World Language Course like French, German, or Spanish? Are you a senior who uses another language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you. The Seal of Biliteracy is a stamp that goes on your diploma to demonstrate that you have strong skills in English and another language. For more information please join the Google Classroom for the Seal using the code shown here.

There will be a virtual information meeting about the Seal on Wednesday, October 28th at 3:00 pm through Google Meet. See a World Language or ENL Teacher for more information


Any students who have not received your ID, please

stop by the FLAGPOLE ENTRANCE during the lunch blocks TODAY!


attention artists! are you a confident painter? do you want to leave your mark on the school? if so - join us for the first meeting of art club, to learn more about how this year is going to run!

the first meeting will be virtual at the end of school on wednesday. the meet code will be in our google classroom. type in the code sngbtkt to join!


Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty


Hi, I'm [name] from Student Council and I want to remind you that Fall Fest is next week. Classes will be competing for the Spirit Stick as well as to earn money for the charity of their choice. Our first competition is dressing up in theme. Monday and Tuesday is Autumn Apparel. We'd love to see your flannels, scarves, vests or whatever is fall like to you. Thursday and Friday's theme will be Halloween. You can dress in costume or wear halloween gear.


There will also be a pumpkin decorating contest. The class that has the most pumpkins in the courtyard by the end of the day Tuesday the 27th will earn the most points. There will also be $20 gift cards awarded to the Scariest, Funniest and Most Creative Pumpkins. Make sure you put your name on the pumpkin before dropping it off in the Main Courtyard Monday or Tuesday this coming week

If you want to join the team to design your class scarecrow, please see your class advisers.

There will be a photo booth all week long in the care room for you to take photos and we'd love for you to share them with us using the hashtag #ThomasFallFest2020. You can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram. 1 follower on each platform will be selected for a $5 starbucks gift card by the end of the week.

Check out our posters around school to get more info or check in with your class officers or advisers for ways you can participate. We hope you'll join us in showing some Fall School Spirit.


The Freshmen class is holding elections for class officers today and tomorrow. If you are a member of the class of 2024, make sure you have joined the google classroom with the code: wrjh6ev

Once you have joined the class you will then be able to cast your vote for your class officers. Here are the speeches from the candidates.

October 22, 2020

Students enrolled in AP courses now only have 9 more days to register AND pay for exams before the price goes up to $135 per exam. Stop into the Gold House Office with questions. Remember, the deadline is 10/30.


Schutt's apple cider and fried cakes are now being sold here in the cafeteria for a limited time. Please come enjoy these tasty treats which will be served during breakfast and lunch, while supplies last.

Enjoy!


Attention: Picture Make-up Days are TODAY and TOMORROW in the auditorium. Stop by during PE, lunch or during a block change.


Seniors - have questions about your college apps, naviance or letters of recommendations? If so, stop into the library today. A School Counselor will be in the back of the library to assist you with any questions you have about the college application process. Please use the scan code before entering the library.


Attention all students involved in the Fall Drama:

Please check out our Google Classroom for important information today. This is especially important for our writers.

See Mr. Stoetzel for details. Thanks!


Are you a Senior who is currently enrolled in a World Language Course like French, German, or Spanish? Are you a senior who uses another language at home? Then the Seal of Biliteracy may be for you. The Seal of Biliteracy is a stamp that goes on your diploma to demonstrate that you have strong skills in English and another language. For more information please join the Google Classroom for the Seal using the code ts2gm4f.

There will be a virtual information meeting about the Seal on Wednesday, October 28th at 3:00 pm through Google Meet. See a World Language or ENL Teacher for more information


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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 artists! are you a confident painter? do you want to leave your mark on the school? if so - join us for the first meeting of art club, to learn more about how this year is going to run!

the first meeting will be virtual at the end of school on wednesday. the meet code will be in our google classroom. type in the code sngbtkt to join!


Today's lunch is tacos


Hi, I'm [name] from Student Council and I want to remind you that Fall Fest is next week. Classes will be competing for the Spirit Stick as well as to earn money for the charity of their choice. Our first competition is dressing up in theme. Monday and Tuesday is Autumn Apparel. We'd love to see your flannels, scarves, vests or whatever is fall like to you. Thursday and Friday's theme will be Halloween. You can dress in costume or wear halloween gear.


There will also be a pumpkin decorating contest. The class that has the most pumpkins in the courtyard by the end of the day Tuesday the 27th will earn the most points. There will also be $20 gift cards awarded to the Scariest, Funniest and Most Creative Pumpkins. Make sure you put your name on the pumpkin before dropping it off in the Main Courtyard Monday or Tuesday this coming week

If you want to join the team to design your class scarecrow, please see your class advisers.

There will be a photo booth all week long in the care room for you to take photos and we'd love for you to share them with us using the hashtag #ThomasFallFest2020. You can also follow us on Twitter and Instagram. 1 follower on each platform will be selected for a $5 starbucks gift card by the end of the week.

Check out our posters around school to get more info or check in with your class officers or advisers for ways you can participate. We hope you'll join us in showing some Fall School Spirit.


The Freshmen class is holding elections for class officers today and tomorrow. If you are a member of the class of 2024, make sure you have joined the google classroom with the code: wrjh6ev

Once you have joined the class you will then be able to cast your vote for your class officers. Here are the speeches from the candidates.

October 20, 2020

Schutt's apple cider and fried cakes are now being sold here in the cafeteria for a limited time. Please come enjoy these tasty treats which will be served during breakfast and lunch, while supplies last.

Enjoy!


Attention: Picture Make-up Days are this Thursday, October 22nd and Friday, October 23rd in the auditorium. Stop by during PE, lunch or during a block change.


Seniors - have questions about your college apps, naviance or letters of recommendations? If so, stop into the library today. A School Counselor will be in the back of the library to assist you with any questions you have about the college application process. Please use the scan code before entering the library.


Today's lunch is cheeseburger or hamburger

Attention Titans: do you seek adventure? Excitement? Shiny gold coins? Then you want to be a part of Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons club! We're having our first meeting today, after school, in room 316. Join our Google Classroom using the code shown here or see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more details. Hope to see you there.
Want to make Thomas and our Webster community more environmentally friendly? Join Earth Club every other Wednesday starting on October 21st to discuss ideas about recycling events, courtyard cleanups, and more! Meetings are virtual and everyone is welcome. Join the Google Classroom and contact Mrs. Drury in room 205 with any questions.

CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"

Hi, I'm from Student Council and I'm here to tell you about Fall Fest. Even though we can't do our traditional fall Spirit Week this year, we still want to come together to celebrate school spirit and have some class competition. Starting on Monday we will have dress up days with fall themes, pumpkin decorating and class scarecrow competitions. There will be a photo booth all week long in the care room for you to take photos and we'd love for you to share them with us using the hashtag #ThomasFallFest2020. We will keep track of points all week long and the class with the most participation will earn the Spirit Stick. Look for posters with more info or check in with your class officers or advisers for ways you can participate. We hope you'll join us in showing some Fall School Spirit.

October 19, 2020

Picture Make-up days are October 22nd & October 23rd in the Auditorium.

Schutt's apple cider and fried cakes are now being sold here in the cafeteria for a limited time. Please come enjoy these tasty treats which will be served during breakfast and lunch, while supplies last.

Enjoy!

Want to make Thomas and our Webster community more environmentally friendly? Join Earth Club every other Wednesday starting on October 21st to discuss ideas about recycling events, courtyard cleanups, and more! Meetings are virtual and everyone is welcome. Join the Google Classroom and contact Mrs. Drury in room 205 with any questions.

Attention Titans: do you seek adventure? Excitement? Shiny gold coins? Then you want to be a part of Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons club! We're having our first meeting today, after school, in room 316. Join our Google Classroom using the code shown here or see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more details. Hope to see you there.

Webster Thomas' Math League held their first "virtual" Math League meet of the season. Leading the way for the Titans was Sanjana Baskar, scoring 21 points. Strong performances by Tyler Williams, Jack Rider, Adam Watkins as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!

The boys cross country team posted a perfect shutout score of 15 to 50 against Brighton on Saturday. Sophomore Connor Thomas won the race, followed closely by junior JJ Montemaro. The Titans took the top eight spots overall.

The girls cross country team lost a close battle to Brighton. Juniors Carolyn Mack and Sage Altobelli led the Titans.

Today's lunch is mozzerella sticks

Hi, I'm from Student Council and I'm here to tell you about Fall Fest. Even though we can't do our traditional fall Spirit Week this year, we still want to come together to celebrate school spirit and have some class competition. Starting on Monday we will have dress up days with fall themes, pumpkin decorating and class scarecrow competitions. There will be a photo booth all week long in the care room for you to take photos and we'd love for you to share them with us using the hashtag #ThomasFallFest2020. We will keep track of points all week long and the class with the most participation will earn the Spirit Stick. Look for posters with more info or check in with your class officers or advisers for ways you can participate. We hope you'll join us in showing some Fall School Spirit.

October 16, 2020

Attention all students enrolled in AP courses. You only have 15 days left to register and pay for exams at the rate of $95 per exam. After that, the cost for each exam increases to $135. All payments and registrations are due on October 30th and must be done online! Don't delay! Register and pay today!


Picture Make-up days are October 22nd & October 23rd in the Auditorium.


Attention all students - Fall Fest is coming. This year since we are unable to have our traditional Spirit Week, Student Council is planning a week of activities including dress up days and class competitions. We will have more information next week in how you can participate in our new Fall Fest!


Want to make Thomas and our Webster community more environmentally friendly? Join Earth Club every other Wednesday starting on October 21st to discuss ideas about recycling events, courtyard cleanups, and more! Meetings are virtual and everyone is welcome. Join the Google Classroom and contact Mrs. Drury in room 205 with any questions.


Attention Freshman - If you are running for Class Council your petitions and speeches are due by the end of the day today. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Nieves in room 411.


Attention Titans: do you seek adventure? Excitement? Shiny gold coins? Then you want to be a part of Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons club! We're having our first informational meetings on Monday, October 19 and Tuesday, October 20 in room 316. Join our Google Classroom using the code shown here and see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more details. Hope to see you there


Webster Thomas' Math League held their first "virtual" Math League meet of the season. Leading the way for the Titans was Sanjana Baskar, 10th grader, scoring 21 points. Strong performances by Tyler Williams, Jack Rider, Adam Watkins as well as Marin Bedford. Congratulations to our top scorers and great job all mathletes!!!


Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers or pizza crunchers

October 15, 2020

Attention all students enrolled in AP courses. You only have 16 days left to register and pay for exams at the rate of $95 per exam. After that, the cost for each exam increases to $135. All payments and registrations are due on October 30th and must be done online! Don't delay! Register and pay today!


French club will be holding their first meeting of the year on October 21 at 3:30 in room 222.

You can join the french club google classroom using the code shown here.

Stop by and see Ms. Doores for more information or if you have any questions.

Hope to see everyone on the 21st!


Positivity in action will meet on Monday, October 19th via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


Attention CARE club members. Our monthly meeting is after school this Thursday, October 15th in the Care Room which is located next to the West Cafe. We have some exciting new projects to discuss. Join in person or via google meet. Either way, please join us! Remember, this is a great way to earn service hours for NHS, Rotary or Key Club. New members are always welcome!


"Want to make Thomas and our Webster community more environmentally friendly? Join Earth Club every other Wednesday starting on October 21st to discuss ideas about recycling events, courtyard cleanups, and more! Meetings are virtual and everyone is welcome. Join the Google Classroom and contact Mrs. Drury in room 205 with any questions.


Attention Freshmen - If you are interested in running for Class Council, please pick up a petition as soon as possible from the main office. Petitions and speeches are due by this Friday.


Attention Titans: do you seek adventure? Excitement? Shiny gold coins? Then you want to be a part of Titans and Dragons, the Webster Thomas Dungeons and Dragons club! We're having our first informational meetings on Monday, October 19 and Tuesday, October 20 in room 316. Join our Google Classroom using the code shown here and see Mr. Phares in room 316 for more details. Hope to see you there


Attention mountain biking club members . If is is raining after school, we will be canceling our ride today. Please plan accordingly . See Mrs Pagano for up dates


Today's lunch is BLT

October 14, 2020

We will be distributing Freshman and Sophomores picture I.d.'s at the flagpole entrance during blocks 5,6,& 7 TODAY


Attention Juniors: Today is the last day to hand in your PSAT registration form to the student center.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for college visits with LeMoyne, Case Western and Carnegie Melon. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


French club will be holding their first meeting of the year on October 21 at 3:30 in room 222.

You can join the french club google classroom using the code shown here.

Stop by and see Ms. Doores for more information or if you have any questions.

Hope to see everyone on the 21st!


Attention CARE club members. Our monthly meeting is after school this Thursday, October 15th in the Care Room which is located next to the West Cafe. We have some exciting new projects to discuss. Join in person or via google meet. Either way, please join us! Remember, this is a great way to earn service hours for NHS, Rotary or Key Club. New members are always welcome!


"Want to make Thomas and our Webster community more environmentally friendly? Join Earth Club every other Wednesday starting on October 21st to discuss ideas about recycling events, courtyard cleanups, and more! Meetings are virtual and everyone is welcome. Join the Google Classroom code and contact Mrs. Drury in room 205 with any questions"


Attention Freshmen - If you are interested in running for Class Council, please pick up a petition as soon as possible from the main office. Petitions and speeches are due by this Friday.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers


My name is Jalen, and I am here on behalf of the Thomas DREAM club. The DREAM club is all about inclusion and trying to educate the students of Thomas about other cultures and religions that we may not otherwise notice or pay attention to.


This past month we have been celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. The cafeteria will be offering a meal of chicken, rice and beans this Thursday & Friday as one way we can celebrate the culture of our LatinX family and friends.


We would also like to use this opportunity to reach out to our fellow classmates and ask if you would participate in our DREAM wall. All this week you can come down to the cafeteria during your lunch blocks and write down what your dream is; it can be anything from a personal goal to a world wide change that you want to see. Once you are done just stick it to the wall. We want to inspire our community to create change in this world and take action for the better.


The DREAM club is open to all and would love for you to join us this year.


If you have any questions please contact either Mrs. Donovan or Mrs. Nieves

October 13, 2020

Attention Juniors: Today is the last day to hand in your PSAT registration form to the student center.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for college visits with LeMoyne, Case Western and Carnegie Melon. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


French club will be holding their first meeting of the year on October 21 at 3:30 in room 222.

You can join the french club google classroom using the code shown here.

Stop by and see Ms. Doores for more information or if you have any questions.

Hope to see everyone on the 21st!


Positivity in action will meet on Monday, October 19th via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


Attention CARE club members. Our monthly meeting is after school this Thursday, October 15th in the Care Room which is located next to the West Cafe. We have some exciting new projects to discuss. Join in person or via google meet. Either way, please join us! Remember, this is a great way to earn service hours for NHS, Rotary or Key Club. New members are always welcome!


"Want to make Thomas and our Webster community more environmentally friendly? Join Earth Club every other Wednesday starting on October 21st to discuss ideas about recycling events, courtyard cleanups, and more! Meetings are virtual and everyone is welcome. Join the Google Classroom code and contact Mrs. Drury in room 205 with any questions"


The boys cross country team opened the 2020 season with a convincing 17 to 45 win over Penfield on Saturday. Junior JJ Montemaro was the race winner, with teammates senior Austin Schoen and sophomore Connor Thomas close behind.

The girls' team lost a close battle with Penfield. Junior Carolyn Mack and senior Heather Ashton were second and third overall.


Today's lunch is cheeseburgaer or hamburger


My name is Cole Weisensel, I am a senior, and I am here on behalf of the Thomas DREAM club. The DREAM club is all about inclusion and trying to educate the students of Thomas about other cultures and religions that we may not otherwise notice or pay attention to.


This past month we have been celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month. The cafeteria will be offering a meal of chicken, rice and beans this Thursday & Friday as one way we can celebrate the culture of our LatinX family and friends.


We would also like to use this opportunity to reach out to our fellow classmates and ask if you would participate in our DREAM wall. All this week you can come down to the cafeteria during your lunch blocks and write down what your dream is; it can be anything from a personal goal to a world wide change that you want to see. Once you are done just stick it to the wall. We want to inspire our community to create change in this world and take action for the better.


The DREAM club is open to all and would love for you to join us this year.


If you have any questions please contact either Mrs. Donovan or Mrs. Nieves

October 8, 2020

Freshman ID cards are ready to be picked up!

Freshmen, please stop by the FLAGPOLE ENTRANCE between 9:30 - Noon TODAY to pick up your ID Card. This if for FRESHMEN ONLY Today


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for college visits with LeMoyne, Case Western and Carnegie Melon. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


"Are you taking a Business Class?

Are you thinking about Owning your own Business?

The Future Business Leaders of America: is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.

Our 1st Meeting is today at 3:30 in room 255,

Come and see what we are all about"


Best Buddies will be meeting TODAY from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. Best Buddies supports the inclusion for students with all abilities and we are always looking for new members. For more information and to receive meeting updates please join our google classroom at yvulbvx, or see Mrs. Green in room 254.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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"


hey juniors and seniors! Do you love music or have an interest in communications? Does your spotify playlist or record collection feature Billie Eilish? Machine Gun Kelly? Tame Impala? Nirvana? The Cure?

Are you interested in broadcasting your voice to the world on the radio and web?

Want to learn how to operate a professional radio studio?

If so - you should come hear all about Webster Varsity Radio Club!

We will have an informational meeting today from 3:30-4 in Mr. Stahl’s room - 334!


French club will be holding their first meeting of the year on October 21 at 3:30 in room 222.

You can join the french club google classroom using the code shown here.

Stop by and see Ms. Doore for more information or if you have any questons.

Hope to see everyone on the 21st!


Video Game Club will be meeting after school today in room #245 which is across from the Media Center. Video Game Club is open to anyone who likes to play online games or other video games. Speaking of Video Game Club, if you have any X-Box, Wii, or Playstation games or consoles you'd be willing to donate to the Video Game Club, please see Mr. Callard in the Student Center.


Positivity in action will meet on Monday, October 19th via Google Meet!

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.

If you have any questions you can email one of the members shown here.


Today's lunch is meatball sub


Hi my name is Ayah and I am part of the 2020 Student Council. We are looking forward to a great year and trying new ways to celebrate our school spirit in this new learning environment. Stay tuned for our first events coming up at the end of this month.


Attention all freshmen, we are currently looking for students who would be interested in being a part of your class council for the class of 2024. All interested students can pick up a petition in the main office as soon as possible and follow the timeline listed inside. Petitions and speeches will need to be submitted by the end of next week. The freshman class will vote on class officers the week of October 19th. If you have any questions you can contact Mrs. Nieves in 411 or by email.

October 7, 2020

Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for college visits with LeMoyne, Case Western and Carnegie Melon. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


Hey juniors and seniors! Do you love music or have an interest in communications? Does your spotify playlist or record collection feature Billie Eilish? Machine Gun Kelly? Tame Impala? Nirvana? The Cure?

Are you interested in broadcasting your voice to the world on the radio and web?

Want to learn how to operate a professional radio studio?

If so - you should come hear all about Webster Varsity Radio Club!

We will have an informational meeting today from 3:30-4 in Mr. Stahl’s room - 334!


Today's lunch is chicken fingers


Hi my name is Jonathan and I am part of the 2020 Student Council. We are looking forward to a great year and trying new ways to celebrate our school spirit in this new learning environment. Stay tuned for our first events coming up at the end of this month.


Attention all freshmen, we are currently looking for students who would be interested in being a part of your class council for the class of 2024. All interested students can pick up a petition in the main office as soon as possible and follow the timeline listed inside. Petitions and speeches will need to be submitted by the end of next week. The freshman class will vote on class officers the week of October 19th. If you have any questions you can contact Mrs. Nieves in 411 or by email.

October 6, 2020

Thomas has a new procedure for signing in or out of school. If you are coming in to school late, or have prior permission to leave school early, rather than signing in or out at your house office, scan the QR code on the Attendance flyer and complete the Google Form. Attendance flyers can be found in the foyer of the main entrance or by the north cafeteria doors, you can also find them at the doorway of each classroom. If you have trouble accessing the Google Form, call the attendance line and leave a message.


A reminder for everyone that tomorrow is out first Exception Wednesday of the school year.

We will not be following the Mini Wednesday schedule tomorrow. Instead, it will be an A2 day.


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for college visits with LeMoyne, Case Western and Carnegie Melon. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


"Are you taking a Business Class?

Are you thinking about Owning your own Business?

The Future Business Leaders of America: is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.

Our 1st Meeting is October 8th @ 3:30 in room 255,

Come and see what we are all about"


Best Buddies will be meeting TODAY and October 8th from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. Best Buddies supports the inclusion for students with all abilities and we are always looking for new members. For more information and to receive meeting updates please join our google classroom at yvulbvx, or see Mrs. Green in room 254.


Attention Students!

Science Olympiad will be having an informational meeting after school today in room 211 at 3:25pm

For more information check out our google classroom using the code shown here.


Do you need service hours, and want an easy and fun way to get them?

Key Club is just for you!

Key Club is a service group dedicated to serving the Webster Schools along with our community. We assist our community by contributions and support for events. This club provides you with an easy access to service hours that all high school students need.

If this is something you are interested in please come to our first meeting TODAY or Thursday, October 8th after school at 3:15. The meetings will be located in Mrs. Donovan’s room (room 405). We hope to see you there!! You can also join the Thomas HS Key Club google classroom using the code shown here.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is TODAY!! From 3:15 - 4:00

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 Video Game Club Members, we will be meeting after school today in room 245 which is located across from the Media Center. Video Game Club is open to anyone interested in playing online video games. You are also welcome to bring in your own hand-held devices. Any questions see Mr. Callard in the Student Center.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

October 5, 2020

Thomas has a new procedure for signing in or out of school. If you are coming in to school late, or have prior permission to leave school early, rather than signing in or out at your house office, scan the QR code on the Attendance flyer and complete the Google Form. Attendance flyers can be found in the foyer of the main entrance or by the north cafeteria doors, you can also find them at the doorway of each classroom. If you have trouble accessing the Google Form, call the attendance line and leave a message.


"Are you taking a Business Class?

Are you thinking about Owning your own Business?

The Future Business Leaders of America: is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.

Our 1st Meeting is October 8th @ 3:30 in room 255,

Come and see what we are all about"


Best Buddies will be meeting October 6th and October 8th from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. Best Buddies supports the inclusion for students with all abilities and we are always looking for new members. For more information and to receive meeting updates please join our google classroom at yvulbvx, or see Mrs. Green in room 254.


Attention Students!

Science Olympiad will be having an informational meeting after school today and Tuesday, October 6th in room 211 at 3:25pm

For more information check out our google classroom using the code shown here.


Do you need service hours, and want an easy and fun way to get them?

Key Club is just for you!

Key Club is a service group dedicated to serving the Webster Schools along with our community. We assist our community by contributions and support for events. This club provides you with an easy access to service hours that all high school students need.

If this is something you are interested in please come to our first meetings on either Tuesday, October 6th OR Thursday, October 8th after school at 3:15. The meetings will be located in Mrs. Donovan’s room (room 405). We hope to see you there!! You can also join the Thomas HS Key Club google classroom using the code shown here.


Today's lunch is pizza bagel

October 2, 2020

Breakfast and lunch is FREE through the month of December .

We no longer have regulations so we are making amazing food and great snacks...Lil Debby products, Hershey's Ice cream, Intense milk and much more.


Thomas has a new procedure for signing in or out of school. If you are coming in to school late, or have prior permission to leave school early, rather than signing in or out at your house office, scan the QR code on the Attendance flyer and complete the Google Form. Attendance flyers can be found in the foyer of the main entrance or by the north cafeteria doors, you can also find them at the doorway of each classroom. If you have trouble accessing the Google Form, call the attendance line and leave a message.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is getting ready to begin!

It will take place the FIRST and THIRD TUESDAYS of each month.

So our first meeting will be next week Tuesday, October 6, from 3:15 to 4:00.

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"


Best Buddies will be meeting October 6th and October 8th from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. Best Buddies supports the inclusion for students with all abilities and we are always looking for new members. For more information and to receive meeting updates please join our google classroom at yvulbvx.

For more information please see Mrs. Green in room 254.


Interested in joining Math League?

See Mrs. Able in room 200 or Mr. Fagan in room 138 for more details.

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.


Auto Club will be held on Mondays after school from 3:15-4:15 in room 428. Students are encouraged to bring in their auto related projects, hang out, talk cars, work alongside Mr Campbell and learn more about all things automotive. If you have any questions, stop down to room 428 or email Mr. Campbell.


Attention Students!

Science Olympiad will be having an informational meeting on Monday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 6th in room 211 at 3:25pm

For more information check out our google classroom at:

igqp4ms


Do you need service hours, and want an easy and fun way to get them?

Key Club is just for you!

Key Club is a service group dedicated to serving the Webster Schools along with our community. We assist our community by contributions and support for events. This club provides you with an easy access to service hours that all high school students need.

If this is something you are interested in please come to our first meetings on either Tuesday, October 6th OR Thursday, October 8th after school at 3:15. The meetings will be located in Mrs. Donovan’s room (room 405). We hope to see you there!! You can also join the Thomas HS Key Club google classroom with the code: 4mgb6ax


Today's lunch is Bosco cheese sticks

October 1, 2020

Breakfast and lunch is FREE through the month of December .

We no longer have regulations so we are making amazing food and great snacks...Lil Debby products, Hershey's Ice cream, Intense milk and much more.


Thomas has a new procedure for signing in or out of school. If you are coming in to school late, or have prior permission to leave school early, rather than signing in or out at your house office, scan the QR code on the Attendance flyer and complete the Google Form. Attendance flyers can be found in the foyer of the main entrance or by the north cafeteria doors, you can also find them at the doorway of each classroom. If you have trouble accessing the Google Form, call the attendance line and leave a message.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is getting ready to begin!

It will take place the SECOND and FOURTH THURSDAYS of each month.

So our first meeting will be next week Thursday, October 8, from 3:15 to 4:00.

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"


Best Buddies will be meeting October 6th and October 8th from 3:20 - 4:00 in the North Cafe. Best Buddies supports the inclusion for students with all abilities and we are always looking for new members. For more information and to receive meeting updates please join our google classroom at yvulbvx.

For more information please see Mrs. Green in room 254.


Interested in joining Math League?

See Mrs. Able in room 200 or Mr. Fagan in room 138 for more details.

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.


Auto Club will be held on Mondays after school from 3:15-4:15 in room 428. Students are encouraged to bring in their auto related projects, hang out, talk cars, work alongside Mr Campbell and learn more about all things automotive. If you have any questions, stop down to room 428 or email Mr. Campbell.


Attention Students!

Science Olympiad will be having an informational meeting on Monday, October 5th and Tuesday, October 6th in room 211 at 3:25pm

For more information check out our google classroom at:

igqp4ms


The DREAM club will meet after school today in room 411. All are welcome.


Today's lunch is Cheeseburger or hamburger

September 29, 2020

Breakfast and lunch is FREE through the month of December .

We no longer have regulations so we are making amazing food and great snacks...Lil Debby products, Hershey's Ice cream & Intense milk.

Thomas cafe..making Lunch GREAT again, one meal at a time. :):)


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to a college admissions representative in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for a college visit with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention students interested in participating in Rotary Interact. Please join our google classroom as all important meeting links and updates will be posted there.

Our first informational meeting will be held tomorrow, September 30th at 3:00 PM.

This is a Wednesday!

Please plan to attend, even if you have participated in Rotary before, as this year will look different! We also are in need of officers. We have open positions for president, vice president, treasurer and secretary.

Interested students should check the classroom for application information!


Attention all Video Gamers! Video game club's first two meetings of the school year will be held today and tomorrow after school in room 245. Room 245 is located across the hall from the Media Center. Video Game club is for anyone interested in playing online games with other students. Any questions, see Mr. Callard in the Student Center.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is getting ready to begin!

It will take place the FIRST and THIRD TUESDAYS of each month.

So our first meeting will be next week Tuesday, October 6, from 3:15 to 4:00.

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"


"Are you taking a Business Class?

Are you thinking about Owning your own Business?

The Future Business Leaders of America: is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.

Our 1st Meeting is October 8th @ 3:30 in room 255,

Come and see what we are all about"


The DREAM club will be meeting today after school in 411. All are welcome to join.


Interested in joining Math League?

See Mrs. Able in room 200 or Mr. Fagan in room 138 for more details.

Join our Google classroom using the code shown here.


Auto Club will be held on Mondays after school from 3:15-4:15 in room 428. Students are encouraged to bring in their auto related projects, hang out, talk cars, work alongside Mr Campbell and learn more about all things automotive. If you have any questions, stop down to room 428 or email Mr. Campbell.


Today's lunch is hot beef & cheese sandwich

September 28, 2020

Just a reminder regarding school lunch policy....

Please keep your balance in the positive.

High school students can charge up to the value of one lunch which is $3.25.

A quick and easy way to track your account is to sign up for the MYSCHOOLBUCKS app on your phone.

-Snack items may not be charged.

-Cashiers cannot discuss negative balances with students.

-See manager with any questions.


Breakfast and lunch is FREE through the month of December .

We no longer have regulations so we are making amazing food and great snacks...Lil Debby products, Hershey's Ice cream & Intense milk.

Thomas cafe..making Lunch GREAT again, one meal at a time. :):)


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to a college admissions representative in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for a college visit with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention students interested in participating in the community service organization, Rotary Interact. Please join the google classroom as all important meeting links and updates will be posted there.

Our first informational meeting will be held on September 30th at 3:00 PM.

This is a Wednesday!

Please plan to attend, even if you have participated in Rotary before, as this year will look different! We also are in need of officers. We have open positions for president, vice president, treasurer and secretary.

Interested students should check the classroom for application information!


Attention all Video Gamers! Video game club's first two meetings of the school year will be held today and tomorrow after school in room 245. Room 245 is located across the hall from the Media Center. Video Game club is for anyone interested in playing online games with other students. Any questions, see Mr. Callard in the Student Center.


CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB! CHESS CLUB!

CHESS CLUB is getting ready to begin!

It will take place the SECOND and FOURTH THURSDAYS of each month.

So our first meeting will be next week Thursday, October 8, from 3:15 to 4:00.

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"


"Are you taking a Business Class?

Are you thinking about Owning your own Business?

The Future Business Leaders of America: is the largest career student business organization in the world. Each year, FBLA-PBL helps over 230,000 members prepare for careers in business.

Our 1st Meeting is October 8th @ 3:30 in room 255,

Come and see what we are all about"


Attention all students who want to sing and dance: The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions on Monday, September 28th at Schroeder. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops. Location of the audition is still to be determined.


Can’t make it but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.


Today's lunch is wing stingers

September 25, 2020

Junior & Senior Drivers:

We will be distributing parking tags and gold cards each day this week between the hours of 9am-12pm at the flagpole entrance.


If you plan on playing a Fall sport please make sure you register on Familyid.com by Friday, September 25. Practices begin on Monday, September 28th. If you have any questions, please stop down to the Athletic Office.


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to a college admissions representative in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for a college visit with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions at 3:45 on Monday, September 28th at the Schroeder auditorium. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops.

Can’t make it but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.

Looking forward to another great year with the Webster Show Choir!


The Fall Drama will be announced at a meeting this afternoon at 3:30. You can either come to Room 111 or join us remotely. The Google Classroom join code is JBUDRUS - a Google Meet will be posted shortly before we start. This code will be posed on the auditorium doors, as well as the door to Room 111. All are welcome to join us - regardless of their theatrical experience. This will be an unusual and exciting new program. Ask Mr. Stoetzel if you have any questions.


Attention students interested in participating in the community service organization, Rotary Interact. Please join the google classroom as all important meeting links and updates will be posted there.

Our first informational meeting will be held on September 30th at 3:00 PM.

This is a Wednesday!

Please plan to attend, even if you have participated in Rotary before, as this year will look different! We also are in need of officers. We have open positions for president, vice president, treasurer and secretary.

Interested students should check the classroom for application information!


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks

September 24, 2020

Junior & Senior Drivers:

We will be distributing parking tags and gold cards each day this week between the hours of 9am-12pm at the flagpole entrance.


If you plan on playing a Fall sport please make sure you register on Familyid.com by Friday, September 25. Practices begin on Monday, September 28th. If you have any questions, please stop down to the Athletic Office.


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to a college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for a college visit with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions at 3:45 on Monday, September 28th at the Schroeder auditorium. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops.

Can’t make it but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.

Looking forward to another great year with the Webster Show Choir!


The Fall Drama will be announced at a meeting this afternoon and Friday afternoon at 3:30. You can either come to Room 111 or join us remotely. The Google Classroom join code is JBUDRUS - a Google Meet will be posted shortly before we start. This code will be posed on the auditorium doors, as well as the door to Room 111. All are welcome to join us - regardless of their theatrical experience. This will be an unusual and exciting new program. Ask Mr. Stoetzel if you have any questions.


Attention students interested in participating in the community service organization, Rotary Interact. Please join the google classroom as all important meeting links and updates will be posted there.

Our first informational meeting will be held on September 30th at 3:00 PM.

This is a Wednesday!

Please plan to attend, even if you have participated in Rotary before, as this year will look different! We also are in need of officers. We have open positions for president, vice president, treasurer and secretary.

Interested students should check the classroom for application information!


Attention mountain bikers . We will be riding today . Please meet at the pole barn at 3:30.


Today's lunch is hamburger / cheeseburger

September 22, 2020

Junior & Senior Drivers:

We will be distributing parking tags and gold cards each day this week between the hours of 9am-12pm at the flagpole entrance.


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to a college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for a college visit with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions at 3:45 on Monday, September 28th at the Schroeder auditorium. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops.

Can’t make either date but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.

Looking forward to another great year with the Webster Show Choir!


The DREAM club is hosting their first meeting today after school in room 411. DREAM club seeks to make Thomas a more inclusive place for all students by acknowledging and celebrating each heritage, culture, religion and belief system represented in our community. If you are interested in joining us in helping everyone here feel a sense of belonging, please join us in room 411 after school.


The Fall Drama will be announced at a meeting this Thursday and Friday afternoon at 3:30. You can either come to Room 111 or join us remotely. The Google Classroom join code is JBUDRUS - a Google Meet will be posted shortly before we start. This code will be posed on the auditorium doors, as well as the door to Room 111, so don't worry about writing it down now. All are welcome to join us - regardless of their theatrical experience. This will be an unusual and exciting new program. Ask Mr. Stoetzel if you have any questions.


Attention students interested in participating in the community service organization, Rotary Interact. Please join the google classroom as all important meeting links and updates will be posted there.

Our first informational meeting will be held on September 30th at 3:00 PM.

This is a Wednesday!

Please plan to attend, even if you have participated in Rotary before, as this year will look different! We also are in need of officers. We have open positions for president, vice president, treasurer and secretary.

Interested students should check the classroom for application information!


Today's lunch is pizza bagel

September 21, 2020

Just a reminder regarding school lunch policy....

Please keep your balance in the positive.

High school students can charge up to the value of one lunch which is $3.25.

A quick and easy way to track your account is to sign up for the MYSCHOOLBUCKS app on your phone.

-Snack items may not be charged.

-Cashiers cannot discuss negative balances with students.

-See manager with any questions.


Junior & Senior Drivers:

We will be distributing parking tags and gold cards each day this week between the hours of 9am-12pm at the flagpole entrance.


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to a college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for a college visit with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention all students who want to sing and dance: The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions at 3:45pm today in the Thomas auditorium, and at 3:45 on Monday, September 28th at the Schroeder auditorium. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops.

Can’t make either date but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.

Looking forward to another great year with the Webster Show Choir!


The DREAM club is hosting their first meetings on Tuesday, September 22nd and Thursday, September 24th. DREAM club seeks to make Thomas a more inclusive place for all students by acknowledging and celebrating each heritage, culture, religion and belief system represented in our community. If you are interested in joining us in helping everyone here feel a sense of belonging, please join us in room 411 this coming Tuesday or Thursday.


The Fall Drama will be announced at a meeting this Thursday and Friday afternoon at 3:30. You can either come to Room 111 or join us remotely. The Google Classroom join code is JBUDRUS - a Google Meet will be posted shortly before we start. This code will be posed on the auditorium doors, as well as the door to Room 111, so don't worry about writing it down now. All are welcome to join us - regardless of their theatrical experience. This will be an unusual and exciting new program. Ask Mr. Stoetzel if you have any questions.


> Today's lunch is breaded chicken patty

September 18, 2020

Just a reminder regarding school lunch policy....

Please keep your balance in the positive.

High school students can charge up to the value of one lunch which is $3.25.

A quick and easy way to track your account is to sign up for the MYSCHOOLBUCKS app on your phone.

-Snack items may not be charged.

-Cashiers cannot discuss negative balances with students.

-See manager with any questions.


ATTN: School pictures

School pictures for students will be taken today during your PE class or other open class. Stop down to the Auditorium. *Make sure to go on-line to place your order.


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to a college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for a college visit with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention all students who want to sing and dance: The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions in person at 3:45pm Monday, September 21st at the Thomas auditorium, and at 3:45 on Monday, September 28th at the Schroeder auditorium. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops.

Can’t make either date but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.

Looking forward to another great year with the Webster Show Choir!


The DREAM club is hosting their first meetings on Tuesday, September 22nd and Thursday, September 24th. DREAM club seeks to make Thomas a more inclusive place for all students by acknowledging and celebrating each heritage, culture, religion and belief system represented in our community. If you are interested in joining us in helping everyone here feel a sense of belonging, please join us in room 411 this coming Tuesday or Thursday.


> Today's lunch is buffalo crunchers / pizza crunchers

September 17, 2020

Just a reminder regarding school lunch policy....

Please keep your balance in the positive.

High school students can charge up to the value of one lunch, $3.25.

A quick easy way to trackyour account is to sign up for the MYSCHOOLBUCKS app on your phone.

-Snack items may not be charged.

-Cashiers cannot discuss negative balances with students.

-See manager with any questions.


ATTN: School pictures

School pictures for students will be taken today and tomorrow during your PE class or other open class. Stop down to the Auditorium. *Make sure to go on-line to place your order.


Attention Juniors - The P-S-A-T is a practice SAT exam that is offered at Thomas on Saturday, October 17th. Pick up your registration form and a study guide in the student center and return it with payment by October 13th.


Colleges are visiting Thomas by way of the virtual world. Sign up for opportunities to talk to college admissions rep in your naviance account. Go to college visits and sign up for college visits with RPI, Bucknell, U of R, Geneseo and many others. If you are having a problem logging into your naviance account stop down to the student center or email your school counselor.


Attention all students who want to sing and dance: The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions in person at 3:45pm Monday, September 21st at Thomas, and at 3:45 on Monday, September 28th at Schroeder. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops. Location of the audition is still to be determined.

Can’t make either date but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.

Looking forward to another great year with the Webster Show Choir!


Were you a Video Game Club member last school year? If so and if you are in the building today, you will be receiving a short survey in your first block class this morning. Please complete the Video Game survey and return it to the Student Center by the end of the day today. Thank you!


Attention students interested in mountain biking. We will meet today (Thursday September 17th) at 3:30 by the pole barn near the field house. Please have your signed permission slip with you and be ready to ride. Any questions please contact Mrs. Pagano in room 130


Today's lunch is Cheeseburger / hamburger

September 15,2020

Just a reminder regarding school lunch policy....

Please keep your balance in the positive.

High school students can charge up to the value of one lunch, $3.25.

A quick easy way to track your account is to sign up for the MYSCHOOLBUCKS app on your phone.

-Snack items may not be charged.

-Cashiers cannot discuss negative balances with students.

-See manager with any questions.


ATTN: School pictures

School pictures for students will be this Thursday and Friday September 17th and 18th during your PE class or other open class. Stop down to the Auditorium. *Make sure to go on-line to place your order.


The Thomas Morning News is looking for students to help produce this show!

Opportunities include on air anchors, camera operators, audio engineer, switcher operator and other key roles.

Any student interested in participating in the Thomas Morning News should stop and see Mr. Buttles or Mrs. Streit in room 245 for more information.


Mountain biking club starts this Thursday.

September 17th at 3:30.

Stop by Room 130 to get info and a permission slip.


Attention all students who want to sing and dance: The Webster Show Choir is holding auditions in person at 3:45pm Monday, September 21st at Thomas, and at 3:45 on Monday, September 28th at Schroeder. You must provide your own ride to the audition. Please wear comfortable shoes and clothes to dance in; no sandals or flip flops. Location of the audition is still to be determined.


Can’t make either date but would like to audition? Email Laura_D’Angelo@webstercsd.org, and she will be in touch with you about a virtual audition.


Looking forward to another great year with the Webster Show Choir!

Today's lunch is BLT

September 14, 2020

Just a reminder regarding school lunch policy....

Please keep your balance in the positive.

High school students can charge up to the value of one lunch, $3.25.

A quick easy way to trackyour account is to sign up for the MYSCHOOLBUCKS app on your phone.

-Snack items may not be charged.

-Cashiers cannot discuss negative balances with students.

-See manager with any questions.


Attention all students, teachers and staff: School picture day is this Thursday and Friday September 17th and 18th in the auditorium.


The Thomas Morning News is looking for students to help produce this show!

Opportunities include on air anchors, camera operators, audio engineer, switcher operator and other key roles.

Any student interested in participating in the Thomas Morning News should stop and see Mr. Buttles or Mrs. Streit in room 245 for more information.


Mountain biking club starts this Thursday.

September 17th at 3:30.

Stop by Room 130 to get info and a permission slip.


Today's lunch is chicken fingers

Friday, September 11, 2020

Just a reminder regarding school lunch policy....

Please keep your balance in the positive.

High school students can charge up to the value of one lunch, $3.25.

A quick easy way to track your account is to sign up for the MYSCHOOLBUCKS app on your phone.

-Snack items may not be charged.

-Cashiers cannot discuss negative balances with students.

-See manager with any questions.


Student Council would like to welcome everyone back to school. Stop by our table outside of lunches today to get a first day ice cream treat. Students and staff are welcome.


Today's lunch is mozzarella sticks



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 19 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.


Last September, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo signed legislation establishing September 11th Remembrance Day. The 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.

I can safely say that none of you students in school today or at home were born at the time of 9/11 which can make it hard to understand the impact that this event had on our country. That’s why it is important to have a brief moment of silent reflection every year. By doing this, we can 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.


There are many legacies of 9/11 and many people want to know how they can do their part to honor the victims of that fateful day. 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 community 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 11th 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, ESPECIALLY during a time in history where so much divides us. You can 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. There is plenty to do- go make the world a better place Titans.

Friday, March 13, 2020

It is our second Friday of celebrating Music In Our Schools month. We are asking teachers to play music during passing time and to take a few moments to talk to your students about why you chose your selection. We also had our Thomas Flute Choir playing in the hallway this morning. Thank you for providing your talent as we came in today!


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.


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.


Attention Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


This is a reminder for all of the Sources of Strength Peer Leaders - Remember to Grab your lunch and come to the auditorium for our meeting today. Come during block 3A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, or 5B.

We expect to see each of you today!


Improv Club is cancelled this afternoon. Go pretend to be funny somewhere else.


If you plan on playing Unified Basketball this spring, sign up for the Unified Basketball Remind notifications. Remind will be used to let you know about practices, games, and any other important information related to our basketball season.

Text this number: 81010

Send this message: @pbertram

Our first official practice at Thomas is scheduled for Monday, March 30th.


Today's lunch is toasted cheese sandwich

Thursday, March 13, 2020

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> Community Arts Day is Saturday, April 18!

Please volunteer for one of the many opportunities at Community Arts Day

Go to Webster Central PTSA website then click on Community Arts Day to find the sign up genius.


We offer both adult and student volunteer opportunities.

Be sure to indicate your school...we get extra credit

for Thomas volunteers!

Baked Goods are also needed for the event - these are due in the school office on

Friday, April 17th


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> 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 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 after school TODAY at 3:15 in the Care room. The Care room is located in the North Cafeteria. New members are always welcome! Hope to see you there!


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> Today's lunch is trash plate

Wednesday, March 11, 2020

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


> 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 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.


> Attention Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


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> There will be a CARE club meeting after school tomorrow at 3:15 in the Care room. The Care room is located in the North Cafeteria. New members are always welcome! Hope to see you there!


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> Today's lunch is breaded chicken drumstick

Tuesday, March 10, 2020

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


> Community Arts Day is Saturday, April 18!

Please volunteer for one of the many opportunities at Community Arts Day

Go to Webster Central PTSA website then click on Community Arts Day to find the sign up genius.


We offer both adult and student volunteer opportunities.

Be sure to indicate your school...we get extra credit

for Thomas volunteers!

Baked Goods are also needed for the event - these are due in the school office on

Friday, April 17th


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


> Attention Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


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


> There will be a CARE club meeting after school this Thursday, March 12th at 3:15 in the Care room. The Care room is located in the North Cafeteria. New members are always welcome! Hope to see you there!


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> Today's lunch is meatball sub

Monday, March 9, 2020

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


> 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 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.


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> Today's lunch is popcorn chicken

Friday, March 6, 2020

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


> Today's World Language Week trivia question is:Mt. Fuji is the highest point in which country?

Submit your answer to the World Language Trivia Basket in the main office.



> Attention Seniors! Today is the last day to cast your vote for the faculty speaker at graduation. Please visit the Class of 2020 Google Classroom page to cast your vote now!


> Community Arts Day is Saturday, April 18!

Please volunteer for one of the many opportunities at Community Arts Day

Go to Webster Central PTSA website then click on Community Arts Day to find the sign up genius.


We offer both adult and student volunteer opportunities.

Be sure to indicate your school...we get extra credit

for Thomas volunteers!

Baked Goods are also needed for the event - these are due in the school office on

Friday, April 17th


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


> 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.


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> Boys in grades 9 through 12 interested in trying out for golf this spring should plan on attending the opening meeting on Monday March 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Grose's room 408.


> Come out and support the reigning New York State Champion Thomas Varsity Cheerleaders as they defend their title tomorrow at the RIT Gordon Field House. Doors open at 8am and your Titans take the mat at 10:56am. Tickets are $10. Hope to see you there!!


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> Today's lunch is sweet & sour chicken


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


> Nathaniel: Hey everyone, just a reminder that today begins our Music In Our Schools Month festivities.


David: you may have heard some lovely live music when you got here this morning, we will have live music every friday morning in March except for the last friday, when we will take a break and end off music in our schools month with our spring musical, The Music Man!


Nathaniel: Also teachers, we’re looking forward to what music you choose to play today in between classes for the “Thomas Juke Box”, and everyone have a great day!



> Owen: Good morning everyone! We are the Junior Class Council and wanted to talk about some updates for prom.

Dan: The Junior Prom will be Saturday, May 2nd at Casa Larga in Fairport, NY from 8:00PM until 11:00 PM. We will be selling tickets next week during lunch blocks outside the cafeteria from Monday March 9th until Friday March 13th. Mrs. Jurs will also be staying after Wednesday, March 11th in room 224 if you wanted to get one then. YOU MUST GET A TICKET DURING THESE TIMES OR YOU CANNOT ATTEND PROM.

Kara: Tickets will be 65 dollars unless you have contributed enough in your dues program. If you aren’t sure if you have enough PLEASE email Mrs. Jurs or Mrs. Zimmerman or check your account at the beginning of next week during lunch blocks. Please do not wait until the last minute. If you are bringing a guest from another grade, they will have to pay the ticket price. *Here is a sneak peak of our tickets.

Ben: Remember that if you are bringing a guest from another school including Schroeder, you need to get a guest form from the Main office and return it to your house office.

Jonathan:You also need to be present in school the day before prom, Friday May 1st to attend. Please continue to pay attention to the morning show with any other updates.

Thursday, March 5, 2020

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> Today's World Language Week trivia question is: What Peninsula is Greece part of?

Submit your answer to the World Language Trivia Basket in the main office.


> Attention Seniors! Tomorrow is the last day to cast your vote for the faculty speaker at graduation. Please visit the Class of 2020 Google Classroom page by tomorrow to cast your vote.


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


> 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.


> Attention Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


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> Boys in grades 9 through 12 interested in trying out for golf this spring should plan on attending the opening meeting on Monday March 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Grose's room 408.


> Attention ALL Football Players

We are having a quick meeting in Coach Deuschle's Room #255 after school today to discuss upcoming events; the combine, 7 on 7 Tournaments & other events.

Anyone interested in playing football next fall should attend


> Come out and support the reigning New York State Champion Thomas Varsity Cheerleaders as they defend their title on Saturday, March 7th at the RIT Gordon Field House. Doors open at 8am and your Titans take the mat at 10:56am. Tickets are $10. Hope to see you there!!


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> Today's lunch is chicken, falafel or hummus gyro


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


> David: hi everyone, I’m David Potter, president of the tri-m music honor society


Nathaniel: I’m Nathaniel Peets, the secretary of Tri-m. March is music in our schools month, so tri-m’s goal this month is to spread awareness of music throughout the school. The first 3 fridays this month before school, you’ll see musicians performing when you arrive, and the last friday, we will be celebrating the opening of our spring musical, The Music Man.


David: we’re also encouraging all teachers to participate in the “Thomas Juke Box” by playing their favorite music during passing time every friday this month. We think it’ll be a fun way to celebrate my personal favorite holi-month, music in our schools month. So teachers, put those dates in your calendars and be prepared to talk about your choices with your students!


Nathaniel: teachers, we’ll have fun seeing what music you choose tomorrow. Have a good day everyone!


David: happy music in our schools month!

Wednesday, March 4, 2020

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> Today's World Language Week trivia question is: How many times has the German women's team won the FIFA World Cup in soccer?

Submit your answer to the World Language Trivia Basket in the main office.


> Community Arts Day is Saturday, April 18!

Please volunteer for one of the many opportunities at Community Arts Day

Go to Webster Central PTSA website then click on Community Arts Day to find the sign up genius.


We offer both adult and student volunteer opportunities.

Be sure to indicate your school...we get extra credit

for Thomas volunteers!

Baked Goods are also needed for the event - these are due in the school office on

Friday, April 17th


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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.


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> Walk in registration for Spring Drivers Education will take place today current sophomores. Registration is held 3:30 - 6:30 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are available at websterschool.org




> The Tri-M Music Honor Society has applications for any student interested in membership next year. If you are asophomore or junior and are currently enrolled in a music class and plan on taking one next year, you are eligible. Get an application from any music teacher. Deadline for applications are Monday, March 23rd. Please see Mrs. D'Angelo with any questions about membership.



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



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> Attention Boys in 9th through 12 grades interested in trying out for golf this spring. The opening meeting is Monday March 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Grose's room 408.


> Attention ALL Football Players

We are having a quick meeting in Coach Deuschle's Room #255 after school on Thursday, March 5th to discuss upcoming events - Combine, 7 on 7 Tournaments & upcoming events.

Anyone interested in playing football next fall should attend


> There will be a brief girls outdoor track meeting today at 3:45 in the North Cafeteria.


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> Today's lunch is Kasespatzle (mac n cheese)

Tuesday, March 3, 2020

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> Attention : TEAM Josh Orange t-shirts Sales

We will be taking PRE-ORDERS for additional ORANGE Team Josh t-shirts.

Price is $13 CASH and tables will be set up next to the WTI Office TODAY during Lunch


> Congratulations to Emma Heerkens for winning yesterday's Word Language Trivia. Emma-you can pick up your prize in the main office anytime today!



> The Tri-M Music Honor Society is meeting tomorrow at 8:15 in the theory room. Bring your calendars- thank you!



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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.


> 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.


> Attention Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


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> To all Sources of Strength Peer Leaders - Training will occur TOMORROW from 8:45-2:15 in the gym. You will be able to attend your 7th block class. Come early and grab some breakfast! Can't wait!


> Walk in registration for Spring Drivers Education will take place today for current seniors and juniors and tomorrow for current sophomores. Registration is held 3:30 - 6:30 pm at the Webster Aquatic Center.

Forms are available at websterschool.org




> The Tri-M Music Honor Society has applications for any student interested in membership next year. If you are asophomore or junior and are currently enrolled in a music class and plan on taking one next year, you are eligible. Get an application from any music teacher. Deadline for applications are Monday, March 23rd. Please see Mrs. D'Angelo with any questions about membership.



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> Attention Boys in 9th through 12 grades interested in trying out for golf this spring. The opening meeting is Monday March 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Grose's room 408.


> There will be a girls outdoor track informational meeting tomorrow at 3:45 in the North Cafeteria.



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> Today's lunch is Beef or chicken rice bowl


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


> Today's World Language Week trivia question is: What is a Tortilla Española?

Submit your answer to the World Language Trivia Basket in the main office.


> BONJOUR! (Introduce selves) We are representing FRENCH club to announce our FIRST major fundraiser. We could really use all of the support we could get!

Join us TUESDAY MARCH 3rd (TOMORROW) from 4-8PM AT CHIPOTLE On HOLT IN WEBSTER. Just say you are here for the FRENCH CLUB FUNDRAISER and you’ve helped us!


Plus it’s TACO TUESDAY!!!


MERCI!!


> Ava: Hello everyone, we wanted to come on here and ask that this Friday, March 6th you all wear some blue for Sidney Nguyen. She is a student in the 10th grade and as some of you may know recently she has had some health concerns and she has not been able to attend school.


Liana: During lunch periods we will also be having a table where you can come down and sign a card for Sidney just so she knows that the school is supporting her and sending her love and good thoughts.


Skyler: Again we ask that everyone wear anything blue this Friday, March 6th to support Sidney, thank you!

Monday, March 2, 2020

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> Good morning Titans! It is World Language Week, and in the spirit of celebrating different cultures, we will be doing trivia each day on the morning news this week. To participate, listen to the trivia question provided, and submit your answer to the World Language Trivia Basket in the main office. A winner will be drawn from the basket each day and will receive a $5 gift card to a variety of locations.

Today's question is: What does RSVP stand for? Submit your answer to the World Language Trivia Basket in the main office


> Attention Seniors! Voting for the faculty speaker at graduation is now open. This year’s candidates include Mrs. Corriveau, Mr. Dykstra, and Mrs. Visca. Please visit the Class of 2020 Google Classroom page by Friday, March 6 to cast your vote.


> World Language Week Workshops begin today with sessions on American Sign Language. We still have plenty of spots available during block 5, so head on over to your Graduating Class's Google Classroom Page to check out the workshops we are offering this week and to sign up. We've got everything from information about studying abroad, to cooking authentic meals from scratch! Hope to see you there!


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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 Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


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> To all Sources Peer Leaders - Training will occur THIS WEDNESDAY from 8:45-2:15 in the gym. You will be able to attend your 7th block class. Come early and grab some breakfast!


> Walk in registration for Spring Drivers Education will take place tomorrow 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




> The Tri-M Music Honor Society has applications for any student interested in membership next year. If you are asophomore or junior and are currently enrolled in a music class and plan on taking one next year, you are eligible. Get an application from any music teacher. Deadline for applications are Monday, March 23rd. Please see Mrs. D'Angelo with any questions about membership.



> Congratulations to Junior Haley Warren, who took first place in the Rochester Regional ESU Shakespeare Competition on Saturday, February 29. Haley will be moving on to the next level to compete Nationally in New York City at the end of April. Good Luck, Haley!


> French club is holding their first funderaiser of the year tomorrow from 4-8PM at Chipotle on Hold Rd in Webster. Just say you are here for the FRENCH CLUB FUNDRAISER and you’ve helped us!




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> Attention Boys in 9th through 12 grades interested in trying out for golf this spring. The opening meeting is Monday March 9th at 3:30 in Mr. Grose's room 408. Is there a better sport to play this spring?


> There will be a girls outdoor track informational meeting on Wednesday at 3:45 in the North Cafeteria.



> Saturday night at State Qualifiers, Julianna Klimow, Skyler Klimow, Jasmine Kendrick and Ava Pezzimenti reset their school record performance in the 4x200 with a 1:49.73 placing 4th. Next Saturday, Sean Smith will be competing in both shot put and weight throw and Monique Hardy will compete in weight throw at the State meet in Staten Island.


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> Today's lunch is Croque Monsieur Sandwich


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> Student Council would like to announce the Students and Staff of the month for February.


9th Grade Student of the Month

Jasmine Johnson-Fletcher

Jasmine comes to class every day with a smile on her face and a desire to learn. She puts forth a great amount of effort into everything she does. Jasmine is supportive and collaborative with her peers which makes her a great role model in class.


10th Grade Student of the Month

Leah Wirley

Leah spreads a little sunshine in class each day with her positive energy, willingness to participate, and ability to laugh at herself. She takes her work seriously, but still has fun throughout the process and is a leader in her class because of it.


11th Grade Student of the Month

Sara Munoz

Sara is soulful. She sees classwork in a deeper way than many others, making connections between classes and to the broader world. She asks for help when she needs it, listens intently, and is able to put the feedback into her work in her own unique and effective way.


12th Grade Student of the Month

TJ Leverett

TJ is a student who knows the meaning of working hard, both as a student and as an athlete. He is committed to proving himself both on the field and in the classroom, and I appreciate his meaningful contributions to discussions in class.


Staff Member of the Month

Linda Hayes

Mrs. Hayes goes above & beyond to support students, teachers, & the WCSD community

at large! She is extremely spirited, knows how to have fun, and also pushes

students to achieve their best while providing excellent support for them.


Please stop by the main office sometime today to receive your certificates.

Friday, February 28th, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On February 28th 1967 James Anderson, Jr. died in action. He was the first African-American United States Marine recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor. The Medal was posthumously presented to Anderson’s family by President Lyndon B. Johnson.



> Attention all World Language Honor Society Inductees. Please remember to fill out your Google Slide for the Ceremony next week that is located on the Google Classroom. Don't forget that there will be a practice this coming Monday, March 2nd at 8 AM in the Thomas Auditorium. The ceremony is Tuesday, March 3rd at 7 PM. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Mrs. Jurs.


> The Webster Sparx robotics team is having an open house tomorrow in the north cafeteria. This is a fun opportunity to learn about and support our high schools' FIRST robotics team. The robot will be demonstrating all of its abilities, and there will be lots of snacks and refreshments. Hope to see you there!



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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.


> 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.


> Attention Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


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> All permission forms to serve as peer leaders for Sources of Strength are due TODAY in the Gold House Office. Please see Mrs. Anson with questions.


> 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




> Attention Key Club members - There is a Key Club meeting on Monday March 2nd both before and after school in room 405. Please be sure to attend one of the meetings.


> The Tri-M Music Honor Society will have applications for membership next year available Monday, March 2. If you are sophomore or junior and are currently enrolled in a music class and plan on taking one next year, you are eligible. Get applications from any music teacher. Deadline for applications are Monday, March 23rd. Please see Mrs. D'Angelo with any questions about membership.


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> For those planning on attending the boys varsity basketball game at McQuaid at 7pm this Friday...

Tickets are $5 for any person entering, including students. Due to McQuaid expecting a LARGE crowd, it is suggested that you arrive as early as possible, doors open at 6 pm. Arrive early to avoid any possible sell out.


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> Today's lunch is buffalo / pizza crunchers

Thursday, February 27, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On February 27th 1897 Marian Anderson was born, she is remembered as one of the most celebrated singers of the 20th Century.

She was invited by President Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor to perform at the White House, the first African-American ever to receive this honor.



> Attention all World Language Honor Society Inductees. If you haven't already done so, please remember to fill out your Google Slide for the Ceremony next week that is located on the Google Classroom. Don't forget that there will be a practice this coming Monday, March 2nd at 8 AM in the Thomas Auditorium. The ceremony is also Tuesday, March 3rd at 7 PM. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Mrs. Jurs.


> The Webster Sparx robotics team is having an open house this Saturday in the north cafeteria. This is a fun opportunity to learn about and support our high schools' FIRST robotics team. The robot will be demonstrating all of its abilities, and there will be lots of snacks and refreshments. Hope to see you there!



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> 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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> A reminder to those nominated to serve as peer leaders for Sources of Strength - Permission forms are due TOMORROW in the Gold House Office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Anson in the Gold House.


> 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, TONIGHT 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 grades 7 through 10. 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!


> Attention Key Club members - There is a Key Club meeting on Monday March 2nd both before and after school in room 405. Please be sure to attend one of the meetings.


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> Attention all boy athletes, spring is just around the corner which means the start of Track and Field season at Thomas. If you plan to compete in track and field this spring, You will need to attend today's brief meeting at 3:30 in the West Cafeteria. If you're an athlete who competes in another sport and are looking to improve on your speed, quickness, conditioning and strength please come to the meeting and get some information about the program and feel free to stay and talk to the coaches when the meeting concludes. See everyone on today at 3:30!


> There will be a preseason boys’ tennis meeting for anyone interested in playing varsity or JV tennis, in Coach Suffoletto’s room (202) TODAY after school; (around 3:20. You do NOT need to have tennis experience. We will teach you. No experience needed and no cuts.

Come and check it out.


> Attention Spring Athletes and Students


Spring is almost here which can only mean warm weather and SAILING!

Are you interested in a fun new sport? Have you heard of sailing as a high school sport? Did you know Sailing is the Olympics? Well if you’re interested come meet the coach during lunches TODAY!


> For those planning on attending the boys varsity basketball game at McQuaid at 7pm this Friday...

Tickets are $5 for any person entering, including students. Due to McQuaid expecting a LARGE crowd, it is suggested that you arrive as early as possible, doors open at 6 pm. Arrive early to avoid any possible sell out.


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> Today's lunch is waffle chicken bites

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On February 26th 1965 - Jimmie Lee Jackson, an African-American civil rights activist died 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.



> Attention all World Language Honor Society Inductees. If you haven't already done so, please remember to fill out your Google Slide for the Ceremony next week that is located on the Google Classroom. Don't forget that there will be a practice this coming Monday, March 2nd at 8 AM in the Thomas Auditorium. The ceremony is also Tuesday, March 3rd at 7 PM. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact Mrs. Jurs.


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> 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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> A reminder to those nominated to serve as peer leaders for Sources of Strength - Permission forms are due by this Friday in the Gold House Office. If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Anson in the Gold House.


> 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 grades 7 through 10. 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!


> Attention Key Club members - There is a Key Club meeting on Monday March 2nd both before and after school in room 405. Please be sure to attend one of the meetings.


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> Attention all boy athletes, spring is just around the corner which means the start of Track and Field season at Thomas. If you plan to compete in track and field this spring, You will need to attend Thursday's brief meeting at 3:30 in the West Cafeteria. If you're an athlete who competes in another sport and are looking to improve on your speed, quickness, conditioning and strength please come to the meeting and get some information about the program and feel free to stay and talk to the coaches when the meeting concludes. See everyone on Thursday at 3:30!


> There will be a preseason boys’ tennis meeting for anyone interested in playing varsity or JV tennis, in Coach Suffoletto’s room (202) on Thursday after school; (around 3:20. You do NOT need to have tennis experience. We will teach you. No experience needed and no cuts.

Come and check it out.


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> Today's lunch is french toast sticks

Tuesday, February 25, 2020

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> Today's Black History Month fact of the day is: On February 25th 1870 -

Hiram Rhodes Revels broke a color barrier in U.S. government when he was sworn in as the first African-American United States Senator.


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> 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.


> 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.


> Attention Seniors - the common application for senior awards is now available in the Student Center. The common app allows you to apply for many awards at once with one application. Application deadline is March 31st. Pick up your application today.


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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 during periods 3, 4, or 5 in room 144! Come grab a cookie and learn more about the program! Hope to see you there!


> 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!


> Attention Key Club members - There is a Key Club meeting on Monday March 2nd both before and after school in room 405. Please be sure to attend one of the meetings.


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


> Attention all boy athletes, spring is just around the corner which means the start of Track and Field season at Thomas. If you plan to compete in track and field this spring, You will need to attend Thursday's brief meeting at 3:30 in the West Cafeteria. If you're an athlete who competes in another sport and are looking to improve on your speed, quickness, conditioning and strength please come to the meeting and get some information about the program and feel free to stay and talk to the coaches when the meeting concludes. See everyone on Thursday at 3:30!

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.


------- Counseling 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.


> 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.



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


> 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

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


> 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.


------- Counseling 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.


> 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.


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


> 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.

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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.

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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

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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.


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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"


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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


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> 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.


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> 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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> 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

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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 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.


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> 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.


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> 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 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!


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> 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.


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> 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.


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> 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.


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> 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.



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> 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.


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> 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.


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> 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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> 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.


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> 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.


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> 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"


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> 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!



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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.


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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!



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> 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.


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> 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!



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> 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!


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


> 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.


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> 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.



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> 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!



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> 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.



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> 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


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> 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.



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> 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!


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> 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.



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> 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 con