Principal's Corner

Welcome to the Webb City Middle School


Dear Parents,

We are eagerly anticipating this school year and are excited about the opportunity to serve you and your child.  The transition to middle school marks a turning point in your child’s education.  We understand that this change brings about a whole new set of experiences.  Therefore, we want to ensure you that our faculty and staff are ready to assist you in any way necessary in order to help your child achieve success both academically and socially as they make their way through the next two years at Webb City Middle School. 

Our middle school is designed in a manner to help students make a smooth transition from elementary school, while at the same time, preparing them for junior high.  Students spend the majority of their day with the same group of students.  Furthermore, our pod system, which consists of teams of four teachers, creates a series of small communities throughout our school.  These communities provide teachers with opportunities to best meet the needs of your child and help students feel at ease in a larger school setting.

While our faculty and staff stand ready to assist you and your child, we also value your involvement as parents.  You play a pivotal role in your child’s success and encourage you to continue to be an active participant in your child’s education.  The middle school provides several opportunities for you become involved and we appreciate your support.  Furthermore, communication between the home and school is essential in order for your child to maximize their potential.  Please feel free to contact your child’s teacher or myself should you have concerns or if you wish to learn more about how to become involved as a parent at Webb City Middle School.

I am truly excited to serve as your child’s principal.  It is both an honor and a privilege to have the opportunity to work with outstanding young people and their families.  Together, we can prepare today’s youth to meet the challenges of tomorrow’s world.

Sincerely,

Alicia Zornes

Principal