Happy first full week of summer! If you are looking for summer learning ideas for Preschool through 5th grade-aged children, please check out the link below. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fdlZS-d1O06EtkYjXfKvm3Um-9_meVL5/view?usp=share_link
Fifth graders we wish you the best and you will always be Webster Winners!!!
Lots of laughs, smiles, and FUN at Webster's Field Day! Thanks parents and volunteers for helping make it a GREAT day!
Webster 5th graders loved spending their afternoon with Mr. Schmitz's afternoon preschool class #toys #puzzles #coloring #danceparty
Webster 5th graders enjoying playtime with Mr. Schmitz's morning preschool class! #toys #puzzles #goodbyesong
Webster 5th graders publishing their poems using sidewalk chalk!
Webster student council members read books to the preschool and junior kindergarten classrooms. These are the 5th grade student council members.
Webster 5th graders congratulating and cheering for the YHS graduates! We are proud of you! #WebsterWinners
Webster 5th graders enjoyed nature to think like a scientist. They chose an object, drew it, and wrote questions about it.
Webster 5th graders presenting their biome research projects.
Webster 5th graders enjoyed the surprise invite to see and pet a zebra today!
Family Literacy Night May 11, 2023 from 5-7PM @Yankton Community Library Jrk-5th grade students and families
Webster and Stewart 5th graders enjoyed their tour of YMS! Thank you YMS staff and students for welcoming us and helping us get ready for next year!
JrK-5th grade families, join us at Yankton Community Library for Family Literacy Night on May 11 from 5-7 pm.
Webster Kindergarten students did an awesome job performing the musical "The Best Pet Show Ever" for their parents!!
Webster 5th graders learned about what happens in unbalanced ecosystems and how that can lead to an overabundance of algae and harmful algal blooms. Students played Bloom Busters to help a community respond to and prevent harmful algal blooms. #MysteryScience
Webster 5th graders collaborating to unlock a problem in math.
Webster 5th graders presenting their voice and choice westward expansion projects. We watched reader's theaters and puppet shows along with listening to guidebooks and a story.
Webster 5th graders researched and wrote westward expansion reader's theater scripts and performed them for their classmates!
The groundbreaking ceremony for the new Early Childhood Development Center that was scheduled for today has been postponed. The new date and time will be released as soon as it is confirmed.