6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Granville County Board of Education Regular Meeting
Granville County Government is seeking ninth grade students who reside in Granville County to participate in a public leadership internship this summer. Six students will be selected on a competitive basis to spend five weeks rotating through County departments to get "hands on" experience in local government operations. All ninth graders will receive an application through their English and Social Studies class. Selected individuals that complete the program will receive a $1000.00 stipend. Please stop by the front ofice for additional applications
Our School Visitation Night will be held on Thursday night, February 19, 2015, from 6:00p.m. until 7:00pm in the Webb Cafeteria. Students and parents will be able to hear more about our school, talk with current students, meet teachers, and tour our school.
J.F. Webb students in Mr. Leo Brunelli's IT Academy received Master Certified Certifications for demonstrating mastery level proficiency in the MicroSoft Office Suite. Their specific accomplishments in MicroSoft can be utilized to gain work study jobs, entry level employment, and bypass intermediate placement test at the college level. PLEASE CLICK THE HEADER FOR SLIDES OF RECOGNIZED STUDENTS. GO WARRIORS!!!
The J.F. Webb High School Band had the opportunity to perform the National Anthem at the Time Warner Cable Arena located in Charlotte. The students had the distinct honor of performing in front of a crowd of spectators for the Charlotte Hornets versus Portland Trail Blazers. Mr. Jaron Cox, the band director, was very pleased with his students and their performance during this trip. Go Webb!!! PLEASE CLICK THE HEADER FOR MORE IMAGES.
Ms. Vershon Battle was recently recognized as the State winner of the NCEAOP Scholarship. She previously won both the Granville County Association of Educational Office Professionals Scholarship and the District 10 NCAEOP Scholarship. CONGRATULATIONS!!!! Please click the header for images.
VE students participated in a Regional competion held at Wake Technical Community College in Raleigh, NC on 12/17/14. They were the third place award winners out of a pool of sixteen competing firms. Team "One-Stop-Shop" promoted their plan for a convenient food service for high school and college age students.
J.F. Webb's Abbey Smith was recognized as a 2014 Wendy's High School Heisman Winner. Abbey is a dedicated student athlete who leads by example on and off the field. Outside of school, she works part time at the YMCA and competes competitively through Club Soccer with TFCA. Her team just won their 3rd consecutive title in the NC State Cup U18 division. Congratulations Abbey! Go Warriors! Click the header for a picture.
FCCLA - Family Community and Carrer Leaders of America provided an early Christmas for three families. Ms. Gayzelle Parker assisted Mr. Stacy Smith and his students with the selection of families and the FCCLA organization collected and distributed gently used and new clothing to those in need. FCCLA provides this community service to give back to the community. This is an event the students look forward to and love to support each year. "People are in need and it's important to help out in any way possible."
Mr. Stacey C. Smith CTE Instructor Foods/Culinary Arts FCCLA Advisor provided an opportunity for all of his CTE Foods Fundamentals students to tour the Arts Institute located in Durham NC and attend Kanki Japanese Restaurant. Students had the opportunity to meet and talk with advisors to discuss different career pathways at the Art Institute. They had the experience of observing a culinary presentation of multiple Kanki chefs and taste a variety of dishes. This experience was offered to expose students job markets and provide them with a learning experience that maximized connections between learned behaviors and observed practices of a chef. Please click the header for images.
J. F. Webb’s vision is to aggressively seek opportunities that establish a platform for students to effectively communicate in an effort to support leadership, advocacy, and competence in the classroom. It is equally important to make sure our school establishes rigor, respect, and relevance in every classroom, while establishing relationships that mentor and model positive character traits. Student growth is our number one priority!