Vaping Isn't Pretty
September 13, 2019
Please be aware that vaping and vape products are illegal on school property by students and adults. Additionally, vaporizers in any form are considered drug paraphernalia in our student Code of Conduct. Students found in possession or using drugs, alcohol, vaporizers or cigarettes will face suspension and may be referred to the Superintendent for a hearing to consider a long term suspension. Loss of classtime, serious long term health impact, lifetime addiction to nicotine...get rid of the vapes. They're not worth it!
As parents, be aware of what your child is doing, where they are going and who they are with. When you have that gut feeling that something is off or wrong, it probably is and you need to act. Webster schools have resources to help families so please call your school counselor to start the conversation about getting help.
Here is a recent news story about the surge in vaping related illnesses and deaths in America.
NYSSMA Announces Titans Being Honored
Thanks to our teachers and community for coming out for a great Open House last night.
Kickball under the Lights on 9/17
5-hour Class Offerred
Breakfast is Served!!
Breakfast is now being served in the North Cafe from 8:15 8:45 AM everyday. Come check out our new coffee bar. We have Iced coffee, Cold Brew, and lots of new flavor creamers and coffees. Also EMCC and EMT students..We are open for YOU at 7:15 AM.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!
Many of our Titan Clubs are forming!! We will do a special club newsletter next week!
Titan Auto Club Forming...
The Webster Thomas Auto Club will begin meeting on Wednesday September 18th in room 428. We will meet every Wednesday from 3:15-4:15 and everyone with a passion or interest in cars, motorcycles, or anything with an engine is welcome to join. This year we will be building a custom motorcycle and would welcome anyone who is interested in working with us
Positivity in Action Club...
Key Club Seeking Members...
Are you looking for any exciting volunteer opportunities? Key Club is the thing for you! Key Club offers opportunities for volunteer work for around the area. If you are interested please stop down to room 405 for our first meeting for an informational meeting Monday September 16 after school at 3:20!! Hope to see you there.
If you want to join our Google Classroom for other information the code is: lw8eazi
Future Business Leaders of America Needs Members...
There will be Future Business Leaders of America, FBLA, meeting on Tuesday, September 17 at 3:20 in Room 255. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Our informational meeting will be on September 18th in Room 200 at 3:20. Please see your math teacher for applications. If you have any questions, please see Coach Abel or Coach Fagan.
Science Olympiad Team Forming...
There will be a Science Olympiad informational meeting next Tuesday immediately after school in room 305. If you have any questions about Science Olympiad, please see Mrs. Visca, Mrs. Anne, Mr. Schug or Mr. Schenk.
Webster Sailing Team Needs Sailors...
Come join the coolest team in town!
The Webster Sailing Club is looking for new members that are interested in
trying a fun new sport.
For more information contact Liam Faudree at Liam@rochesteryc.com
or calll 585-314-9760
Barbieshop Singing Group Forming...
Attention all girls who are interested in singing. There is a really great opportunity for you to share your talent by being in an a student run a cappella group! This group, Barbieshop meets two times a week, once in the morning and once after school. Auditions will be held on Wednesday, September 18th in room 114, the music theory room ran by Annalise DePaull and Maria Conti. If you are interested, please sign up on the chorus room door and pick up your music in the chorus room (room 120) as well. Please also be prepared for a rehearsal friday morning before school!
Travel Opportunities with our World Language Department...
Exciting opportunity to travel to Italy and Greece!
All Webster families are cordially invited to attend informational meeting to learn more about our one-of-a kind trip to Italy and Greece! Meeting is taking place on Thursday, September 19th at 6:30 pm in the Spry Middle School cafeteria. We will discuss itinerary, cost and fundraising options. Take advantage of current discounts, including extra discount for on-the-spot registration !
See you on September 19th! Spry cafeteria, 6:30 pm!
Email Mrs.Zaborny at email@example.com
with any questions.
Berlin, Prague, Krakow, Budapest and Vienna...
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From the World of Titan Sports...
Titan Athletes of the Month for September
Here are the results from Cross Country team’s race at Parma Park this week.
Thomas 15, Hilton 50
Thomas 21, Penfield 38
Thomas 20, Canandaigua 43
3. Austin Schoen
4. JJ Montemaro
5. Gabe Valdivia
6. Connor Thomas
Thomas 17, Hilton 44
Thomas 24,Canandaigua 35
Thomas 21, Penfield 39
1. Sage Altobelli
5. Lia Kowalski
6. Elena Ziskind
7. Laura Witt
Field hockey lost to Penfield, 4-2. Beat Gates 13-. Molly Fisher had 3 goals, Audrey Grieb, Emily Klien and freshman Ava Schillaci had 2 goals. Scoring their first Varsity goals were Ava Schillace, Bailey Baker and Ella Monfort. Tuesday The Titans Field Hockey took on a tough Fairport team. They won 4-1. Emily Klein and Molly Fisher scored 2 goals each in the win.
Football opened the 2019 season last Friday taking on Greece Odyssey/ Olympia. They suffered a tough 36-18 loss. They will take on Canandaigua tonight at 7pm at Canandaigua Academy.
Girls golf season is well under way. Thursday they traveled to Mendon Golf Course to take n Pittsford Mendon. They girls lost a tough one. Low scorer was Emma Hetrick with a 50 and Mackensie Daniel who shot a 52. They will get another chance to play Pittsford tonight at Webster CC.
September 7th the boys beat Churchville Chili 1-0 Scoring the lone goal was Sean Malley. . Players of the game were: Jackson Allen and Wyatt Dutro. The boys took on Canandaigua Saturday winning 2-0 on two goals by Junior Zack Wolfe. The boys traveled to Irondequoit Wednesday and picked up a 4-1 win over the Eagles. Cam Webb scored 2 goals and tallied one assist. Jackson Allen had two assists, Mike McNally and Zack Wolfe each had a goal on the night. The team is now 3-0-1 o the season. The boys play at home against Gates-Chili. tonight.
The Girls played the Irondequoit Eagles Tuesday evening and tied 1-1. Paige Boulter scored the lone goal for the Titans early in the game. Players of the game Tuesday were Paige Boulter, Kara Pullen, and Allisa Ogi.
The girls tennis team beat Greece Athena.7-0 and Eastridge 6-1 earlier in the season. This week they lost a close match with Brockport 3-4. . Everyone on the team who won won in 2 quick sets. Eastridge was the only one this week. Other 2 were last week.
The Team lost a close match with Brockport earlier this week lost 3-4. The team is now 3-1 on the season
From the Brockport match-
Sameela Haidari won 2nd Singles 5-7, 6-4, 6-4, Hayley Lenhardwon 3rd Singles 6-1, 6-0 and Maggie Ammon won in 4th
Singles 4-6, 6-3, 6-4.
The team took on perennial powerhouse Pittsford Mendon on Wednesday losing all 7 match-ups. The team is now 3-2 on the season.
Webster boys volleyball travelled to Eastridge and won their first match of the young season in three straight sets. The offense was led by Allister Spiegel's 9 kills and 6 assists, while Mat Sanfilippo contributed 5 kills. Michael Dedee handed out 10 assists; defensively Doug Chandler continued to lead the team in blocking, Adding three more to his total.
Webster boys volleyball traveled to Brockport and won their second straight away match, this time in four sets. Allister Spiegel and Michael Dedee quarterbacked the offense, dishing out a combined 33 assists. Spiegel also paced Webster with 12 kills...followed by Evan DeMocker and Doug Chandler with 11 and 8 kills, respectively. Defensive standouts were Mike Wyant and Zach Zian with 10 digs each.
Girls Volleyball have played Hilton losing in 3 games 25-21,25-17, and 25-24. Audrey Mack had 10 kills 2 blocks. Zoe Altobelli had 11 kills 13 digs
They played Penfield last Friday losing 3 of four games 25-14, 25-16, and 25-18. Zoe Altobelli had 11 kills 21 digs, Carolyn Mack 19 assists and Caroline Zimmerman 4 blocks
Tuesday the team traveled to Churchville to take on avery strong Saints team. They lost in 3 games. Audrey Mack had 9 kills 11 digs and Grace Brown 13 digs. The team plays Greece tonight at home. Game time 6pm.
Webster Titan Football will be having it’s Great Plate Fundraiser at Bill Grey’s, on Hard Road, every Tuesday during the Football Season. With a certificate given, Bill Grey’s will donate 15% of what you pay to the Webster Titan’s Football Team. They need to have the paper certificate to make this happen. See your newsletter for certificates and See you at Bill Greys!