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Today, 7/25/2016
High: 91 Low: 75
Chance thunderstorms
39% chance of precipitation.
Tomorrow, 7/26/2016
High: 92 Low: 72
Partly sunny
14% chance of precipitation.

Dear Families of Incoming Webster Students:

For registration at Webster School, please call Webster School at 576-4462 to make an appointment.  You can also email Mrs. Fennell at jfennell@nredlearn.org to request an appointment.  Include your name, address and phone number in the email. 

Webster Registration Packet.pdf
Dear Parents,

It has been a wonderful 2015-2016 school year.  Webster's students engaged in a multitude of enriching experiences which supported their academic and social growth.  As we end the school year, we reflect on some of the wonderful programs at each grade level. Some highlights include:
Kindergarten:  Studio Arts, STEAM, Glenwood Lake Collaboration, Flag Day  First Grade:  Thanksgiving Family Celebration, Lincoln Center Partnership, STEAM, Studio Arts, Glenwood Lake Collaboration Second Grade: Colonial School Days, The Weather Show, STEAM, Studio Arts Third Grade: Jacob Burns Collaboration, Animal Adaptations, Studio Arts  Fourth Grade: Repertory Theater, Community Outreach, Studio Arts Fifth Grade: Star Serve, Community Outreach, Studio Arts

Our Read-a-thon was incredibly successful as we raised $13,000 that will be put towards improving our playground.  In addition, we emphasized the importance of reading daily.  This summer, I encourage your children to read each day and take our Summer Reading Challenge.  You will receive the Summer Reading Challenge in your child's report card envelope.  

I thank you for your continued collaboration and support as we strive for excellence and equity for all Webster students!

Melissa A. Passarelli

Daniel Webster's second grade students engaged in a multidimensional learning unit on weather.  After applying what they learned about weather in their production “The Weather Show”, they engaged in a related project that incorporated science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM).   After reading the book, Oh Say Can You Say, What’s the Weather Today, featuring the Cat in the Hat, students were tasked with creating an umbrella that would keep the Cat in the Hat dry in the wind and rain.  Students observed the parts and functions of an umbrella, then worked in small groups to plan, design and create umbrellas out of various craft materials.  They tested and evaluated their designs for changes they would make the next time.  Their creativity and ingenuity really came through in the finished projects.  You can see their works-in-progress displayed in our main lobby during the month of May.  Well done, second graders!



The New York State Senate takes this opportunity to celebrate the great strides New York has made in helping to improve our environment.  Daniel Webster Magnet school and the New York State Senate would like to thank you for participating in the Earth day competition celebrating and honoring Earth Day, 2016. Your poster contribution shows your dedication to helping to protect our environment.

Magnet Attractions highlights instructional programs, school-wide events and magnet programs that have take place throughout the month.  As an arts and humanities magnet school, our students participate in studio arts, foreign language instruction, repertory theater and enrichment activities, such as Star Serve and Peer Mediation.

Click Here for the current Magnet Attraction Newsletter. 

Overview of Safety Drills
Overview of Drills.pdf

We Educate the Whole Child

Lead in Schools Water Situation Portal
new items posted 6.15.16

Important Message re Home Access

The Home Access Center will be closed until further notice for routine maintenance while we update schedules and classroom assignments. Please watch for the opening date on the school web-page.
Thank you.

My Brother's Keeper Marks Big Milestone

As more than 700 students got ready to accept their diplomas at New Rochelle High School, some of our young men graduating reflected on the innovative community wide effort called My Brother's Keeper, the private-public program introduced by The White House. It's aimed at keeping young black and Hispanic men focused a bright future ahead.

Watch the news report here

Fifth Grade Students visit with Ann Martin, author of Rain Reign

With the support of SEPTA and the NR Fund, children heard author Martin discuss her book on an autistic girl, told from the girl's point of view, and received an autographed copy.




Please Click Here to Review the Plan


There will be a Public Hearing on Smart Schools Bond Act Fund on November 24 at 7:45 PM at:

 Isaac E. Young Middle School, 270 Centre Avenue, New Rochelle