Revised School Hours for Webster Elementary School
Beginning Tuesday, April 1 through Wednesday, May 28, the new school hours for Webster Elementary School will be:
8:45 a.m. to 3:24 p.m.
The school day extension is needed to add six additional hours of instructional time back into the calendar following a sixth weather-related school cancellation in February. School hours will revert back to their original schedules from May 29 through June 6. To read the full article, including bus information and a list of adjusted hours for all district schools, click here.
Webster Elementary School has found a unique way to connect students to school. A pilot program being offered after school this year is tying together academics with a basketball program -- and the results have been amazing.
Webster’s Spring Carnival
Friday, April 25th from 5:30-8:30 p.m. we will have our spring carnival!
Come and enjoy all the games and fun!
Tickets are $0.50 and can be used for games and food.
Raffle $1 enter to win Twin’s tickets and more!
We will have a drawing for a great prize for those who volunteer at a booth.
Students must come with an adult!
To volunteer please contact Lori Kolberg: 651-748-7100 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you there!
Experience life-changing growth. Become a Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps tutor.
Whether you’re looking to explore a new career in education, reenter the workforce or simply want to work with kids, you’re ready for the next thing. Become a Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps tutor at LC Webster Elementary School and start creating meaningful growth.
We are looking for people who are dedicated to our community. By joining Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps, you can be one of more than 1,000 trained tutors placed in schools across the state. Tutors are parents, grandparents, recent college grads, and mid-career professionals. You will guide students toward becoming successful readers by third grade or proficient in math by the end of eighth grade. You’ll also see real results and make a lasting impact in our students’ lives, as well as in your own career. You’ll not only tutor students who need extra support; you’ll also make a meaningful connection with the school and our community.
During your eleven months of service as a full time Minnesota Reading Corps tutor or full time Minnesota Math Corps tutor, you’ll receive extensive training, support and professional development opportunities. In addition, you’ll receive a living stipend of about $484 biweekly and an education award of $5,645. All necessary training is provided and no licensure is necessary.
Please see this flier to learn more about our 622 Project Family Connect, connecting people in our school district with the things that they need. Please click here for information on how to volunteer to help with 622 Project Family Connect. http://www.isd622.org/Page/503