John L. Webster Elementary School
Schools - Public
Our Vision Statement begins with these words and there is no better way to begin to describe our school. Webster’s students take great pride in their school, in their learning, and in themselves because they are immersed in an environment where it is abundantly clear that everyone around them cares very deeply about their happiness and success. Our teachers welcome every child into their classrooms and provide a stimulating and challenging curriculum as they strive to ignite the passion for learning that lives within their students. The children see their parents volunteering as classroom volunteers, guest speakers, traffic monitors, playground supervisors, and Webster supporters! Our students interact regularly with community members who contribute their knowledge, energy, and talents to their educational experiences. These include Deputy Jake, the Sheriff’s STAR Program deputy, Pepperdine students who serve as reading tutors, and the representatives of non-profits like Shane's Inspiration and Bookends, with which our students are involved.
That first sentence of our Vision Statement concludes with “... to create a joyous and caring learning environment in which all students are supported, challenged, and successful.” We chose the words “joyous and caring” and “all students” very carefully and strive to give them life every day. Virtually everyone who visits our school comments on how happy and purposeful our students are. They are surrounded by teachers who are passionate about teaching meaningful content via processes that support student engagement. They are also taugh
- Our Vision Statement continues with Webster students master the New California Standards, develop higher level thinkin
- It is a further source of pride that our students are able to maintain this high level of academic achievement without b
- Connecting learning to the real world is another hallmark of the educational experience for Webster students. Field trip
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