Webster Transitional School

Main Office 262-376-6500

Attendance Line  262-376-6566



Webster STUDENT COUNCIL Blood Drive

Monday, April 20th  3-7 pm in the Commons.

All attempting donors (age 17 or older) will receive a pass for up to 4 people to Mt. Olympus Waterpark in Wisconsin Dells (passes valid 5/23 – 7/2/15)

Visit http://www.bcw.edu/wts to sign up to donate blood






One of the major problems that often confront parents of school age children is deciding whether to keep a child home when he/she complains of not feeling well. The following guidelines may assist parents in making an informed decision about whether to send a child to school or whether to a child home.

It is important to remember that a child who comes to school when ill is unlikely to be able to fully participate in learning activities. They also pose a health risk to other students and staff if they are sick with a communicable disease.




FEVER – A fever is a warning sign that all is not right with the body. It frequently signals an infection. Any child with a temperature 100° or greater should be kept home. REST AT ONSET of an illness conserves energy, providing the body with strength to resist further infection. The child should not return to school until he/she has been fever free for 24 hours.

SEVERE STOMACHACHE – Stomachaches are a pretty common compliant for middle schoolers, however, if your child is complaining of a stomachache that is severe and persistent enough to limit their activity – they should be kept home from school and if it persists, you should consult your physician.

VOMITING – If vomiting occurs, your child should not be sent to school until they are feeling better and are able to keep food and liquids down. The child should not return to school until he/she has been vomiting free for 24 hours.

DIARRHEA – If diarrhea occurs, your child should not be sent to school until they are symptom free.  The child should not return to school until he/she has been diarrhea free for 24 hours.

RASH – Because a rash may indicate a common communicable disease, such as chicken pox, your child should be kept home ill – consult your physician.

SEVERE PAIN – In cases of severe pain, whether it is toothache, earache or headache, etc., if it limits the activity of your child, your child should be kept home. If severe pain persists, contact the appropriate physician.

COLDS - The common cold presents the most frequent problem for parents. A child with a hacking cough or heavy nasal congestion belongs at home as these symptoms contribute to the disruption of class and the spread of germs.


If you send your child to school, we assume that you have used your best judgment and believe that he/she will be able to make it through the school day. You may send over the counter medication with your child as long as it is accompanied by a Parent/Physician Medication Authorization slip.  Our policy has been that unless your child is vomiting, running a fever or exhibiting severe illness, we try to keep them at school.

If you have any doubts about sending your sick child to school, it may be best to keep them home.

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to contact the health room aide at 262-376-6539 or our district nurse 262-376-6149.

Excerpts from the When to Keep your Child Home brochure from Ozaukee Health Department were used with permission. This information is not intended as medical advice. It is merely designed to provide guidelines that can be followed until your physician can be consulted for medical evaluation. Never delay seeking medical attention when serious illness occurs.




6th Grade Supply List 14-15

6th Grade Supply Order Form 14-15

7th Grade Supply List 14-15

8th Grade Supply List 14-15

7th & 8th Grade School Pak Online Ordering




The 6th, 7th and 8th grade 2014-2015 Course Description books are ready for your review on the General Information page.


Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports
School wide expectations (RISE)
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Memorial Day Observation


The mission of Webster Transitional School is to recognize the unique physical and emotional characteristics of the middle school child and guide each student intellectually and socially to become a life-long learner and responsible citizen.

Belief Statement

 We believe:

  1. In creating meaningful child-centered educational experiences including collaboration and teamwork.
  2. In fostering positive academic, social, organizational, and behavioral skills.
  3. In meeting the needs of all students at their own individual levels of differentiating instruction and recognizing each student's strengths, talents and learning styles.
  4. In promoting creativity in thought and expression and developing discriminating thinking.
  5. In challenging our students to perform at their highest level.
  6. In teaching responsibility, respect, tolerance, and appreciation beyond self.
  7. In fostering positive and caring relationships within the school.
  8. In promoting a sense of pride and unity in the school.
  9. In providing a safe and comfortable environment.
  10. In communicating effectively between home and school and within the school.
  11. In fostering positive community involvement and citizenship.
  12. In developing an awareness of and appreciation for the process of change in an ever-changing world.