A Brief History of The Webster School

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Webster Elementary School was built in 1959 as a small neighborhood school consisting of two hallways.  The schools namesake, James Webster served as the first principal.

From 1971 to 1982, Webster was a sixth grade center. Many parents of our current students attended then and were known as the Webster Warriors.

In 1982, Webster Elementary began serving students in full time Exceptional Student Education classes and children in grades PreK through 5th grade.  Four more wings were added that year, along with some permanent outbuildings.

From 1988-1993, Webster was named a model technology school and up until 2012, was a gifted services cluster site for the county.

Today, The Webster School serves children ages PreK-5th grade. The school continues to pride itself on its diversity and the ability to meet the needs of our children and families.  In 2017, Webster became a Community Partnership School, striving to serve the needs, not only of our students, but of our community. We feel that success lies in meeting the needs of the whole child.  We are excited about the opportunities and services that the Community Partnership School will provide.

We are also proud to be an AVID elementary school. We emphasize the importance of college and careers and the skills needed to be successful in the 21st century.  We strive to instill in all of our students the intrinsic motivation to succeed and always do their best.

This year we are proud to have challenged our staff, students and school community to participate in Rachel’s Challenge. Our goals are to create an awareness of how KINDNESS can make our world a better place to learn and grow and to put a STOP to Bullying!

“Success for ALL. No Excuses!