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Main Office (920)424-0442
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Learn Together, Succeed Together
The Webster Way
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February 7th- Ski Club Trip to Nordic
February 10th-Valentine Day Dance-3:45-5:15
Spirit Week Theme-Hat Day
February 11th- Spirit Week Theme-Twin, Triplet Day
February 12th-Early Release-School ends at 1:26
Spirit Week Theme-Pajama/Comfy Day
February 13th- Spirit Week Theme-Dress like a Senior Citizen
February 14th-Valentine's Day!
Spirit Week Theme- Wear Red/Pink or White
February 17th-NO SCHOOL!
February 21st- Ski Club Trip to Nordic
February 25th- 6th Grade Strings Concert- 6:30 in Auditorium
8th Grade Field Trip to YMCA- 12:05-3:10
February 28th-Ski Club Make-Up Date from January
February PBIS Information
This month we have focused on a number of different areas that we are encouraging our students to follow as part of our Webster Way. The core expectations include: Be Respectful, Be Responsible, and Be Safe.
Students should be demonstrating ready, responsible, and safe behavior during the winter months by dressing appropriately for the cold weather. This means using jackets, hats, gloves, and long pants. Students are let in the building at 8:11. On days with extremely cold wind chill temperatures, students will be let in at 7:50. Parents should be aware of these times and plan accordingly with your child. Students should know that they enter and exit door number 1. If eating breakfast here at school, students are to use door number 4. Students also spend time outdoors during recess time and need to be dressed appropriately as they will often be going outside. Our school is required to do monthly fire drills and some days it is extremely cold out when we are required to do so. When going outside, students are expected to stay out of muddy/wet areas so that they are not bringing mud or wet clothes/shoes into the building upon re-entering the building.
Students are working on respectful behavior by taking off hats and putting hoods down upon entering the building. It is a safety concern and a behavior concern to have hats and hoods on in the building. In keeping them off we are also able to make sure students are not hiding headphones or earbuds in their ears instead of listening in class. This makes following directions from teachers in class and in the hallway much easier! Students should know that they are expected to be walking in the hallway or when entering and leaving the building and also when exiting the auditorium. This expectation is important to insure that no one gets hurt by students pushing and shoving to get through to where they want to go.
At lunchtime, students are expected to be ready with their jacket and at their designated location within 5 minutes after the start of lunch/recess time which happens to be at 12:22 for 7th and 8th grade and 11:32 for 6th grade. Please make sure you are getting outside or to the cafeteria within this time. When passing in hallways, voice volume should be at a zero to avoid interrupting classes that are going on.
This school year we have been working on being on time which falls under the core expectation of being responsible. We have reviewed the expectation with students of being on time to their scheduled class and problem solved locker issues, bathroom needs, forgetfulness, and wanting to talk with friends in-between classes. The school plays music on the PA system during passing time and this shuts off with 30 seconds left before each class starts. This helps students to know they need to hurry along to classes. Students are constantly encouraged to be responsible and get to their classes on time. TARDY means that you are not in the classroom before the bell rings. Please talk to your child about the life long skill of being on time.
We have focused on being respectful through the use of appropriate language in school in place of words used to substitute for inappropriate comments. Students have learned that using substitute wording for these comments is no different than using inappropriate language and is not acceptable behavior. Students should know that if they have to ask if a word is appropriate, that almost definitely means it is NOT!
During Excel Period, advisor groups have discussed an aspect of digital health: the physical and psychological dangers of excessive internet usage. Are you addicted to the internet? Are you able to put the phone down and spend quality time with others? Advisor discussions also centered on appropriate use of computers/personal devices and cyberbullying which is part of digital citizenship. Discussions centered around being an upstander, not a bystander. Instead of ignoring peer behaviors that target another student, students were encouraged to be a good friend, set a good example, don’t encourage mean behavior by being an audience, and don’t pass on hurtful messages. Students are encouraged to be an upstander and tell the student to stop or tell a teacher. We encourage students to demonstrate this behavior in their daily routine as well as while at home, school, or elsewhere...not just while on electronic devices.
Webster Way: The halls are getting a little messy! Please be responsible and clean up after yourselves and others by picking up paper, pencils, etc. that you find in the halls. We would like to challenge all students and staff to be on the lookout for debris...and be respectful and responsible by picking it up, throwing it away if it’s garbage, and giving it to the rightful owner if it’s not! Thank you for helping Webster look like the great school that it is. :)
Webster Way: It is time to work on organization. Have you looked at your neighbor’s locker? Have you noticed your classmates are missing a pencil? Are you yourself missing work or materials? Let’s focus on getting organized. We have talked in class and advisor about organization and how to make different strategies work for you. Your teachers are looking for your being organized and you will be receiving tickets for such hard work! Please help reinforce these concepts at home as we work together on the Webster Way.
Ask your son or daughter about the Webster Way expectations and the improvements they are seeing at school.