On February 13, the senior class from Webster County High School in Preston, Ga. was invited to the state capitol by Rep. Mike Cheokas. The seventeen students and four faculty members had the opportunity to meet Gov. Brian Kemp, Speaker Jon Burns, and Rep. Gerald Greene and observe part of the session from the house gallery. Rep. Cheokas treated the students to lunch at The Varsity to conclude the trip.
Webster County Schools Announces its Teacher of the Year!
Our Teacher of the Year is a very special person. I love to watch the students as they talk and joke with him every day, but at the same time, show so much respect for him. He is more than a teacher in so many ways. He is easygoing and a great all-around person to know. We love him because he's dependable and a loyal Webster County Bobcat. ~ Mrs. Balish, Principal
I have known this teacher of the year for many, many years. He is always willing to assist wherever he is needed. His compassion and dedication is very evident in his positive interactions with his students. ~ Dr. Ingram, Superintendent
For these reasons and more, Webster County Schools has chosen Mr. Michael Baker as out 2022-2023 Teacher of the Year. Congratulations!
On February 21, 2023 @ 6:00pm the Webster County Schools held its Junior and Senior Beta Induction ceremony.
Twelve Middle Students and eight High School students were inducted into the Beta Club at Webster County Schools. These students were selected for membership based on their academic standing and character. Beta Club’s mission is to promote the ideals of academic achievement, character, service and leadership among middle and secondary school students. The skills and opportunities that come from Beta membership impact students not only during their time in school, but as they move forward in life. We are proud of these new inductees and are excited to see how they grow as leaders and positively impact the world. The Webster County School system is BOBCAT proud of these students.
The following middle school students were inducted: Chloe Conger, Kayley Harris, Rainie McCullough, Lily Moore, Kamiya Tymes, Skylar Roberts, Kimora Johnson, Ripley Rivera, Hamoni Andrews, Juan Gonzalez, Serena Lockett, and Logan Weeks. The following High school students were inducted as well: Madison Holbrook, Jeromecia Griffen, Haylie Roberts, Amira Williams, Akerrion Banks, Braylen Jordan, Laila Crimes, and Yatizbeth Mejia-Lopez.
Webster County School District is proud of these students and their accomplishments.
Webster Celebrates CTAE Month
In celebration of CTAE Month (Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education), Webster County High School recognized four (4) CTAE students of the month for their dedication and service to CTAE. We will conclude CTAE month with our Annual College and Career Fair, February 24, 2023.
If you have any questions in reference to CTAE, please contact Dr. Dorothy Ingram at 229-828-3315 and if you have any questions in reference to our Annual College and Career Fair, please contact our school counselor, Ms. Lamarra Fletcher, at 229-828-3365.
Pictured left to right: Yatzibeth Mejia-Lopez, Katelyn McKeel, Dr. Dorothy Ingram, Mr. Michael Baker, Donald Williams, and NeAsia Jackson
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Q3 Exam Schedule for High School