A Message from our Principals
Busy Spring for Webb Students
The spring calendar has been overflowing with student activity! If you haven't had a chance to see our students in action, you still have plenty of opportunities. Many of our students are involved in school events including track, band, and choir. These events all have competitions and concerts in the near future. Even more students are involved in community/private programs such as dance, soccer, baseball, and others. Get out there and show your love and support for the wonderful kids in our school!

Last weekend, nearly 100 students, teachers, and family members attended the Brewers baseball game at Miller Park. It was a wonderful opportunity to spend some time with staff and community members outside school hours, not to mention it's great to see a Brewers win! Thank you to all involved in getting this wonderful trip together and to the students for being nothing but awesome the whole day!

-Mr. Campbell & Mr. Delkamp
Check Out The Student Voice
New student work has been uploaded onto The Webb Middle School Student Voice website! If you’re interested in reading some fabulous student poetry, narratives, or perspectives on literature such as The Iliad , check out the link below. The link to the website can also be found on Mrs. Baker’s and Mr. Pfaff’s school websites. Enjoy!


-Mr. Pfaff
Extracurricular Wrap-up
Another school year is about to pass, which means it’s once again time to reflect on the positive impact Webb extracurriculars has had on our students. We often think of extracurriculars being associated only with student involvement in school sports, but Webb extracurricular activities also include student participation in school clubs such as Art Club, FFA, Student Council, and Show Choir, to name a few. Regardless of the activities in which students are involved, these take place in addition to the regular school day, meaning students who take part in extracurriculars are ambitious and excited to show their talents in as many diverse ways as possible. Participation in extracurricular activities exemplifies what type of students attend Webb Middle School, as we have substantial student participation in extracurricular activities at all levels. This involvement leads to a healthy lifestyle, which in turn leads to a healthy community.
Students who participate in extracurriculars are proven to have a higher attendance rate and grade point average than those students who don’t participate. Student involvement leaves a positive impact on these kids and motivates them to become the best individuals they can be. Along with having good student participation, we also have good parental involvement supporting these students in the Reedsburg community. Parents are the basis to many school extracurriculars, as they provide positive support and encouragement to their children. They also demonstrate dedication as they attend countless shows and events and provide transportation. Without parental involvement, our children wouldn’t have the opportunities that they currently do to participate. Our coaches and advisors also instill a positive work ethic and life lessons that will make students better for a lifetime to come.

Finally, I want to say a big “Thank You” to all parents, students, and coaches, advisors, bus drivers, officials, and the many other individuals working behind the scenes that make Webb Middle School a positive place for our kids! We couldn’t do it without all of you! Thanks for another great year!

-Mr. Young, Athletic Director
Apps Aren't Going Away
Apps aren’t going away anytime soon and neither are the jobs needed to create them. Application developers, the people responsible for building and updating computer and mobile apps, are soon going to be in greater demand than any other American worker earning a six figure salary.

How does news of this newly emerging job market relate to our middle school students? Students at this particular age group are excited and motivated by technology, and even more so by devices and phones. Their level of knowledge and expertise at this early age is a perfect time for them to explore the possibility of a career in app development. What’s even more exciting for this new generation of tech experts is that a degree needed to obtain jobs in the app field is often optional. Platforms such as Apple’s iOS and Google’s Android are open-source, meaning the code to build apps is freely available. Anyone with coding skills, which can be developed at a young age, has the ability to create apps for users.

To introduce students to the skills needed to enter the field of application development, the Webb Middle School Info Tech Students have been working on such sites as Code.org and Codecademy. By practicing coding skills through the use of these free websites, middle school students are getting a leg-up on app development and learning valuable lessons that could provide them with future careers. 

-Ms. Filter, Info Tech
Summer Youth Opportunities
Chemistry Camps at UW-Madison

The Institute for Chemical Education is offering summer chemistry camps at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Each year we send information to area schools and educational partners in an effort to advertise this exciting laboratory experience to eligible youth. 

Online registration is accessible from the Summer Chemistry Camps Website

Our summer camps are offered to students who will be entering the 5th-8th grade in the fall and will take place in the afternoons from 1:00-4:15 p.m. Students will be able to get hands-on experience in the labs, rather than simply watching it happen!

Camps offered this year are:
  • Fun with Chemistry: June 17-21
  • Fun with Inventions: June 24-28
  • Fun with Forensic Chemistry: July 8-12
  • Fun with Engineering: July 15-19

Madison College Career Discovery Camps

Parents and educators, are you searching for educational summer experiences that will inspire and engage your student(s)? Discover an intensive educational camp designed for 11–17 year-olds that is unlike any other! This summer Madison College will again offer a variety of hands-on, experiential, summer youth camps that will include STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs and more. All will feature Madison College's top programs, instructors and resources.

Online registration is accessible   HERE

  • Madison camps will be held at the Truax campus
  • Lunch is provided.
  • Student tuition is $75 for each week.

Camps take place the following weeks:
  • June 18-20, 2019
  • June 25-27, 2019
  • August 20-22, 2019
Tuning Up for the Stretch Run
As we turn the corner to spring and begin the final stretch to the end of the year, we have a few reminders for families:

  • Your children have a lot of energy at this time of year. Finding time for them to go outside and be active will help them release some of this energy and allow them to focus better in the classroom. Learning has not stopped, so there is still work to be done!

  • We suggest continued monitoring of your children’s social media. It is okay to check your kids’ accounts to be sure they are communicating appropriately with their friends and following safety guidelines.

  • We would like to encourage you to pay attention to personal hygiene habits, as the changing weather can create some noticeable issues for some students. Showering often, applying deodorant, rotating clothing, and getting items through the wash all make a difference and can help keep students and the classrooms smelling fresh and clean. 

  • Our dress code requires students to be appropriately clothed and covered. Please discuss proper clothing choices with your son or daughter. Students are constantly growing, so a pair of shorts or a skirt that was deemed long enough in the fall or last summer may be too short this season. Students may be asked to the counseling office to discuss appropriate attire if there is a concern regarding their clothing choices.

  • Remember to show your children you love them every day! Believing in a parent’s unconditional love is critical for children to successfully navigate adolescence and grow to believe in themselves. Spend some time connecting with each of your children; tell them you love them; be together as a family. These years go by fast, and you cannot get back the minutes you lost along the way.
Your School Counselors,

Cathy Mindham
(608) 768-8930 ext. 2105



Tracy Anderson
(608) 768-8930 ext. 2158
Upcoming Events
May 7th - Choir Concert - CAL CENTER - 7th Grade 6:00 p.m.
May 7th - Choir Concert - CAL CENTER - 8th Grade 7:30 p.m.
May 9th - Track Meet - Verona Area High School
May 13th - Track Meet - Beaver Dam High School
May 16th - Band Pops Concert - CAL CENTER - 6:00 p.m.
May 21st - Track Meet - Reedsburg Area High School
May 27th - NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day
May 28th - South School Community Open House - 4-6:00 p.m.
Food Service 
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School District of Reedsburg 
 (608) 768-8930
 707 North Webb Avenue
Reedsburg, WI 53959
District Mission Statement
Our mission is to prepare our students for the future, instill a sense of respect and a passion for learning.