Webster Central School District is located at 119 South Avenue Webster, NY. The Webster Central School District is a public school system that provides education for grades K through 12 for the community of Webster New York, in Monroe County. The mission of the Webster Central School District is to provide an educational environment in which all students can achieve success and become productive citizens.
The Village of Webster is situated on historic Ridge Road at the point where, in 1812, James Spear built the first permanent frame building in which he ran a tavern called the Stage Coach Inn. In the same year Dr. William R. Ellis built an office and a general store nears the present-day four corners. By 1830 the first brick building had been constructed and both the Presbyterians and Baptists had erected church buildings, also near the four corners.
The Webster Central School District has seven Elementary Schools, two Middle Schools and Two High Schools that are governed by the Webster Central School District Board of Education. Webster has strong community connections. The PTSA works closely with all the staff in a number of activities and events throughout the year. These activities enhance the learning experience for all students.
Webster Central School District
119 South Avenue
Webster, NY 14580
Monroe County, New York
Serving grades K-12
Student / Teacher Ratio: 13
Schools in this District: 11
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|*Staff data was compiled in 2006|