Newsletter - October 2020

Webster Stanley
Middle School


Webster Stanley Middle School

Learn Together, Succeed Together


In This Issue

  • Message From Mr. Marshall
  • Note From The Nurse
  • Virtual Learning Expectations
  • WSMS Important Dates
  • WSMS Important Information
  • OASD Information

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Webster Stanley Middle School
915 Hazel Street
Oshkosh, Wi. 54901

Message From Mr. Marshall


Dear Webster Stanley Middles School Families and Friends,

I hope you are all staying safe and healthy as we continue in Model 4:Virtual Learning. We truly wish we could have all of our students for in-person learning. Hopefully the COVID numbers will come back down and we can transition back to that as soon as possible. While we are in Model 4, we really need your help! Student engagement is key to the success of this learning model. Therefore, it's important for students to join their live lessons for instruction, to register their attendance, and to complete and submit their homework. Teachers are telling me that a significant number of students are either not joining the lessons and/or not completing their homework. Please reach out to their teachers if there is a problem of any kind. We are here to help you and to set your student up for success. Our first progress reports will be coming your way next week. Be sure to look it over and let us know how we can help your student engage if the report is not what you had hoped. Let's work together and make the best of the situation.


Mr. Marshall



Note From The Nurse


Webster Families, 

In an effort to still track return-to-school dates for students, we would like you to continue to notify your student's school when they have symptoms or have been a close contact/household contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID. Also, if your Webster student or family member tests Positive, please let us know as well. Please call 920-509-0265 or email marni.depeau@oshkosh.k12.wi or or State your name, your student's name, symptoms experiencing, grade, date of birth, any other family members that have been exposed to Covid 19 or is experiencing  symptoms, date of start of symptoms or date of exposure. 

I realize this is a daunting task during this busy time of year, however, if we can help capture data it would be a significant help in stopping the spread. 

Thank you in advance for your efforts. #Break the chain of transmission.

Sincerely, Marni DePeau


Virtual Learning Expectations

  • Mute your microphone while the teacher and others are talking 

  • Use the chat to comment and ask questions

  • Find a quiet space in your house to meet 

  • Refrain from talking to others while meeting

  • Do not share personal information online

  • Show up to live stream class sessions on time

  • Complete your work daily 

  • Ask questions when something is unclear

  • Email teacher if you have questions after meeting has ended



Important WSMS Dates

October 23rd- No School!

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 Early Release Days

October 14th
November 11th     
December 9th
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February 10th
March 10th
April 14th
May 12th

School day ends at 1:26 PM on Early Release Days!



Important WSMS Information

Important OASD Information