by Gina Greco
Town of Webb senior Chloe Brosemer, 17, has lived locally and attended Webb school since kindergarten.
In the fall, Chloe is looking to study Early Childhood Education at Wells College in Aurora, NY.
She is also going to minor in Business, she said.
“I really love working with children—it’s a lot of fun,” she said. Continue reading
The Town of Webb UFSD Board of Education held a meeting on Tuesday, September 1, where it took the following actions—which are summarized here by the district and do not represent official minutes.
Approved the Minutes of August 18, 2015 meeting.
Approved the Warrants.
Approved the Treasurer’s Reports for July 2015.
Acknowledged receipt of the Fact Finder’s Report.
Approved the Board Goals for the 2015-2016 school year. Continue reading
The Town of Webb UFSD, in conjunction with Utica College, is hosting a Financial Aid Night for parents and students on Tuesday, February 3 at 5:30 p.m.
Laura Bedford, executive director of Student Financial Services at Utica College, will facilitate the program. Continue reading
Rex A. Germer, Superintendent and John S. Swick, K–12 Building Principal of the Town of Webb UFSD, proudly announce the 2013–2014 Fourth Quarter Honor rolls for 6th through 12th grade students attaining averages from 85–100%. Continue reading
The Town of Webb Art Students of Mr. Fountain at the Native American Pit Firing outing at Adirondack Woodcraft Camps
Art students at Town of Webb Union Free School District enrolled in my Studio, Independent classes, and Art Club performed a Native American Pit Firing, created Natural Sculpture builds, and en plein air drawings-paintings on Friday, May 30 at Adirondack Woodcraft Camps. Accompanying us was Tim Leach. Continue reading
Voters in the Town of Webb UFSD voted to adopt the 2014-2015 school budget of $8,109,420 by a 294 to 72 margin on Tuesday, May 20th. The proposition to establish a General Capital Reserve Fund was also passed with 273 voting yes to the proposal and 82 against.
In a history-making race that saw five write-in candidates seeking two seats on the Board of Education, Kathy Nahor will fill the remainder of one five-year term which runs from May 20, 2014 through June 30, 2018, earning 135 votes.
Also vying for this seat were Clay Luce, Stephanie Randall and Bob Seager. Continue reading
The theme of the annual Parents as Reading Partners (PARP) program will be announced at a kick-off event at the Town of Webb School on Friday, February 28th.
Fifth grade students S. Rowe and M. Prichard offered some hints as to the theme of this year’s PARP Program during school announcements on Wednesday, February 26th. Photo by Gina Greco
The program, which is held in conjunction with the Old Forge Library, encourages parents to read with their children for at least 15 minutes daily. It runs through April 2nd.
The library will have a special collection of books for lending that are related to this year’s PARP theme. Continue reading