Webster Central School District

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Webster Central School District
Location
119 South Ave
Webster, NY 14580

Monroe County, New York
United States
Coordinates 43°12′30″N 77°25′52″W / 43.2082°N 77.4310°W / 43.2082; -77.4310 (District office)Coordinates: 43°12′30″N 77°25′52″W / 43.2082°N 77.4310°W / 43.2082; -77.4310 (District office)
District information
Type Public
Grades Pre-K-12 and adult education
Established July 1948 (1948-07)
Superintendent Carmen Gumina
Schools Seven elementary schools (K–5)
Two middle schools (6–8)
Two senior high schools (9–12)
Budget Increase US$140.6 million (2011–2012)[1]
District ID 3630360[2]
Students and staff
Students 8,806 (2011–2012)[1]
Teachers 785 (2011–2012)[1]
Staff 553 (2011–2012)[1]
Other information
Unions NYSUT, Webster Teachers' Association
Website www.websterschools.org

The Webster Central School District is a public school district in New York State that serves approximately 8,800 students in the town and village of Webster and portions of Penfield in Monroe County and portions of Ontario and Walworth in Wayne County with about 1,350 employees and an operating budget of $140.6 million (~$15,964 per student).[1]

The average class size is 20 for grades K–2, 21 for grades 3–5, and 26 for grades 6–8, and 25 for grades 9–12.[1]

Carmen Gumina is the Superintendent of Schools.

Organization[edit]

The Board of Education (BOE) consists of 6 members who reside in the Webster School District. Members serve rotating 3-year terms. Elections are held each May for board members and to vote on the School District Budget.

Current board members are:

  • Mike Suffoletto: President
  • Sue Casey: Vice President
  • Ann Carmody
  • Linda Dioguardi
  • Mike Dedee
  • Tammy Gurowski
  • Mike Gustin
Superintendents
Name Tenure
Wallace W. Rayfield 1934 – 1949
Lester B. Foreman 1950 –
Robert L. Thomas – March 31, 1959
Herbert W. Schroeder March 31, 1959 – 1969
Ross J. Willink 1969 – 1981
Daniel J. McGuire
K. Jack Syage
Lawrence Pereira – July 1999
Thomas J. Strining July 1999 – July 2006
Adele A. Bovard July 2006 – ???
Carmen Gumina  ??? – present

Schools[edit]

Elementary schools[edit]

  • DeWitt Road Elementary School - DeWitt Road Elementary School, built in 1962, is a two-story elementary (K-5) school serving approximately 500 students. The school is across from the retired Bay Road School. The principal is Debra Reed.
  • Klem North Elementary School - Klem North Elementary School, built in 1965, is a one-story elementary (K-5) building, across from Klem South Elementary School, that serves approximately 500 students. The principal is Steven LaMonica.
  • Klem South Elementary School - Klem South Elementary School, built in 1971, is a one-story elementary (K-5) building, across from Klem North Elementary School, that serves approximately 500 students. The principal is Erin Land.
  • Plank Road North Elementary School - Plank Road North Elementary School, built in 1968, is a one-story elementary (K-5) building composed of 3 wings, across from Plank Road South Elementary School, and serves approximately 500 students. The Principal is Craig Bodensteiner.
  • Plank Road South Elementary School - Plank Road South Elementary School, built in 1970, is a one-story elementary (K-5) building, across from Plank Road North Elementary School, and serves approximately 500 students. The principal is Scott Wilcox.
  • Schlegel Road Elementary School - Schlegel Road Elementary School, built in 1972, is a one-story elementary (K-5) building that offers 27 full-sized classrooms and serves approximately 500 students. The principal is Francine Leggett
  • State Road Elementary School - State Road Elementary School, built in 1963, is a one-story elementary (K-5) building with two main wings that serve approximately 500 students. The principal is Christine Noeth-Abele.

Secondary schools[edit]

  • Willink Middle School - Willink Middle School, the district's newest school (built in 2001) is a 6-8 school serving approximately 1,000 students every day. The building is split up into three halls, or houses: Red, Green and Blue. The school offers state of the art cafeteria and gymnasium facilities. The principal is James Gindling.
  • Spry Middle School - Spry Middle School, located in the Village of Webster, serves approximately 1,000 students in the district's oldest building, originally opened in 1928 as Webster High School. It is split up into three houses: Red, White and Blue. The principal is James Baehr.
  • Webster Thomas High School, located down the road from Willink Middle School, is a 9-12 school that has served approximately 2,069 students every day since its opening in 1960. The school features an auditorium and more recently constructed sports facilities. The school team is the Thomas Titans. The principal is Glenn Widor.
  • Webster Schroeder High School was constructed in 1968 and serves approximately 2,000 students each day. With a state-of-the-art brand-new Aquatics Center, it is the district's largest building. The school team is the Webster Warriors. The principal is Paul Benz.

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