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Virtual/Remote Instruction to Continue Until January 4th

Governor Beshear signed an executive order on November 18th stating that all K-12 public and private elementary, middle and high schools shall cease in person instruction and transition to remote or virtual instruction. Although the order allows elementary students to return to in person learning earlier than Middle and High students, Webster County Schools will remain on remote/virtual instruction through January 4, 2021 to support the health and safety of all of our students and staff.

Our pre-schools will follow the same schedule. We will reopen our Alpha Academies on November 30th.

We can bring in small groups for targeted instruction and you will receive more information from the school your child attends.

We will continue to feed our kids by providing seven days’ worth of meals to each student in the home. With Thanksgiving Break coming up this week, meal pickup will be on Tuesday, November 24th from 11:00 to 1:00 at the normal locations. Friday pickups will resume to every Friday during the extended school closure except for December 25th and January 1st as those dates are designated holidays.

Thank you for your continued support during this unique time in education.

Meal Distribution During Remote Learning

WC originally planned to do meal delivery like we did in the summer by bus; however, due to the shortage of staff, we will not be able to do that during this time of remote learning.Meal pickup will be available from 11:00-1:00 tomorrow, Friday, November 13and next Friday, November 20, at the following locations:

Clay Elementary

Providence Elementary

Sebree Elementary

Dixon Annex

Each student will receive seven breakfasts and seven lunches.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unique time in education.

Watch Trojan Athletics All Year Long

Watch the Webster County Trojans and Lady Trojans on the NFHS Network!  




WCHS Goes All Remote Learning Starting November 9th

November 6, 2020 1WC High School Families,

As you all know, we continue to see an increase in COVID cases as well as an increase in quarantines among staff and students.  Due to the number of staff quarantines, we have made the decision for the high school to begin remote learning starting Monday, November 9th.  This will continue for at least two weeks of instruction.  At that time, we will reassess our situation and communicate the instructional learning options.  Thank you for your patience and understanding during this unique time in education.

October 1WC Employees of the Month

Congratulations to Crystal Harris, Clay Elementary Teacher, and Nancy Palmer, Providence Elementary Instructional Assistant, for being selected the October 2020 1WC Employees of the Month.  We appreciate you!!

Oct 20 1WC

L to R:  Tim McCormick, BOE Member, Crystal White, Nancy Palmer, Venita Murphy, BOE Member

Wi-FI Information

Webster County Schools Support Staff members have been working to identify locations in the community with open wifi. Students who do not have access to internet in the home may use district Wifi from school parking lots.  

If you plan to utilize a school parking lot area during school hours, we ask that you abide by the following guidelines:  

1. Contact the school prior to your arrival and give them the following information  

    a. Student’s name  

    b. Who will be in the vehicle  

    c. Make and model of the vehicle  

2. Do not exit your vehicle or enter the building  

3. When you leave, please contact the school to notify them you are leaving the campus.  

If you are going to utilize them AFTER school hours, please contact the school during school hours to let them know the day and time you plan to be on the campus.  

Several businesses and churches in the community have opened Wifi for student use. For an open Wifi location closest to your home, contact Donna Bumpus at 270-639-0383 or donna.bumpus@webster.kyschools.us

Congratulations Webster County Schools for being Named Among America's Healthiest Schools

Clay Elementary, Providence Elementary, Sebree Elementary, Webster County Middle School and Webster County High School are Named to the 2020 List of America’s Healthiest Schools

These school are among the 517 schools nationwide to earn a spot on the Alliance for a Healthier Generation's 2020 list of America's Healthiest Schools for their commitment to promoting quality nutrition, regular physical activity, and strong wellness policies.

Congratulations to all who helped our schools become one of America’s #HealthiestSchools for our efforts prioritizing nutrition, physical activity, and strong wellness policies! Look for us on the official list: www.HealthiestSchools.org

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