Webster Elementary School

SchoolDistrict 622

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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.

   
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Webster Warriors: A winning program from School District 622 on Vimeo.

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.


  
Please check out our Welcome to the 2013-2014 School Year brochure for important information about Webster Elementary School.
 

Webster’s Spring Carnival
On
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 lkolberg@isd622.org
We hope to see you there!

 All school BBQ Flier

 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.
Pass the word on to a friend or family member!  Learn more and apply at
www.MinnesotaReadingCorps.org or www.MinnesotaMathCorps.org Strong preference is given to tutors who can start serving August 10, 2014. Send questions to recruitment@servemnaction.org or call 866-859-2825.


 
Volunteer Opportunity
 
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

Attention parents: Important message for your child's safety...
 
If you pick your child up at the end of the day you have probably noticed how congested the parking lot can be. To help keep students safe and make pick-up as efficient as possible we ask that everyone (except buses) enter via 7th Ave. Feel free to check out the diagram below if you are unsure of which way to enter/exit. Also, a reminder that dismissal is at 3:15 each day and students should be picked up at that time.

New Grant Opportunity!
 
We are excited to announce we are applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center Grant through the Minnesota Department of Education.  This grant will allow us to expand our before school, after school, days off and summer programming.  It will be a collaboration between Webster Elementary, John Glenn Middle School, North High School, the YMCA, Maple Pond Homes, Village Trail Townhomes and Cedarview Commons.  We will keep you posted once we hear regarding the outcome of the grant.  If you would like more information, please click on the link, or contact Mona Perkins at 651-748-7110. 
 

 School Supply Lists 2013-2014
 

 

 

 

 

 

  
 

Contact Us

Webster Elementary School
2170 East 7thAvenue
North St. Paul, MN 55109

School Hours: 8:45am - 3:15pm
Office Hours: 7:30am – 4:00pm
Phone: 651-748-7100
Attendance Line: 651-748-7117
Fax: 651-748-7191
 
Administration
Principal Mona Perkins651-748-7110

Administrative Support
Principal's Secretary Lori Smoyer, 651-748-7100
Receptionist Adrianne Grosek, 651-748-7107

Health Office
Health Education Assistant Tina Traynor, 651-748-7115
 
Student Services
Social Worker Judy Aubrecht, 651-748-7105
Psychologist Jennifer Hodgson, 651-748-7111
 
Adventure Connection Site Supervisor
Amy Nyman, 651-748-7198
 
Parent Involvement Coordinator
Lori Kolberg, 651-748-7100

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Welcome

Webster Elementary is a school dedicated to educating and empowering all learners to excel in our changing world. We believe a rigorous social and academic curriculum, along with meaningful relationships among staff, students, and parents, are the cornerstones for success. Nearly all of our teachers are trained in Responsive Classroom® which is a research based approach to teaching that fosters academic growth by meeting the students’ needs to feel significant, to know they belong, and to have fun.

Our class sizes are some of the smallest in District 622. Because we value the importance of meeting individual students’ needs we value keeping low class sizes and prioritize this with our discretional funds.

At Webster we believe in the "Growth Mindset" and collaborate with our colleagues on an ongoing basis. Our teachers are lifelong learners committed to staying current with best teaching practices. This is reflected with our high level of professional development and a nearly 70% of our teachers holding a Master’s Degree.

Our students are at the center of everything we do. We believe all students can learn and must have an equal opportunity for success. Every student is the responsibility of every staff member at Webster and is held to rigorous standards in order to be prepared for their future endeavors.

Please explore our website to learn more about Webster.

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