Come join us for our Annual Webster Bingo Night on Thursday, September 28th from 5pm- to 8pm. Pizza truck 5- 7 pm. There will be great prizes and a Bake Sale. Looking forward to a wonderful time! Bring your family and friends. If you would like to help or donate please contact Melissa Hopkinson (VP Family Programs) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know that one of the the character pillars is Caring?
Caring: Feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for others.
Caring: Be kind* Be compassionate and show you care* Express gratitude* Forgive others* Help people in need
HOW TO BE A CARING PERSON
Treat people with kindness and generosity.
Help people in need.
Be sensitive to people's feelings.
Never be mean or hurtful.
Think about how your actions will affect others.
Always remember - we become caring people by doing caring things!
Learning in nature’s classroom
Every year our fifth grade class has the opportunity to learn hands-on science in one of the world’s most stunning geologic wonders. A five-day residential outdoor science program is led by experienced educators. Here are some highlights of their trip...
- A classroom like no other: Students hike through the dramatic landscapes of Yosemite, explore ancient groves of giant sequoias, ski across snowy meadows, and challenge themselves to reach the tops of waterfalls.
- Inquiry-based learning: Students explore the geologic history of the Sierra Nevada; engage in field research projects and bond with their fellow classmates through the process.
- Inspired to action: Students are empowered to see how their actions impact their community and the world around them through service learning projects, such as removing invasive species that threaten biodiversity in the Park.
Red Ribbon Week is a great opportunity to expose students to the importance of being drug free. At Webster students wear red wristbands for the week and special activities are organized through the week. On Friday, parents visit classrooms to discuss their specific careers. Please ask your child who visited their classroom and what their profession was.
October 31st is Halloween! Webster has grand tradition of having a Halloween Parade so students can begin celebrating together. We will hold our Parade on the upper field grass at 1:15pm. The parade is typically a half hour long after which parents may pick their students up and take them home. Other students will stay in their class till the school day is over.
**As a reminder, students may NOT have/wear any masks, weapons, or items that would be considered dangerous or scary to other friends on campus.
**As a reminder to all adults, we would LOVE to have you come participate in the Halloween Parade experience. You can dress up as well and enjoy watching your students parade around the yard for their friends. If you DO dress up, we would also ask that you make sure your costume is “school appropriate”! This also means nothing scary or too adult for our students. Thank you for your help in making sure our Halloween Parade is a great success!