Our school day begins at 9:00 am.  Students are welcome to arrive as early as 8:45.
Students are dismissed at 3:20.


The Mission of Webster Elementary is that staff and students will work collaboratively to create a safe learning environment in which they are empowered and equipped with social and academic tools to work and live with dignity in a global community.

                                                                                                    Learn with PRIDE!
                                                                                        Principled -- We do what is right!
                                                                                        Respect -- We Honor!
                                                                                        Inquirer -- We are curious!
                                                                                        Determination -- We never give up!
                                                                                        Excellence -- in Everything!
                                                                                     We are the Webster PRIDE!


2018/2019 Calendar

2018-2019 Student Handbook

2018-2019 Bus Routes

The Merrimack Valley School District offers a text service for updates on school bus delays.  Below are two links, one for the instructions and one for the Remind App.  If you wish to receive these updates please use the links below to sign up.

Stop Bullying

 Bullying is an extraordinarily important topic facing students, parents, families, and schools. The MVSD is committed to increasing awareness and education, while proactively partnering with our constituents to end bullying. The following link leads you to a website that provides definitions, processes, and helpful resources in this effort. 

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Community Opportunities

Registration is open!

6th Annual Autism Conference @ Merrimack Valley High School

Oct. 5, 2018

Connecting Self-Regulation, Sensory Processing, Executive Skills and Responsive Teaching. (The Keys to Improving Focus, Attention and Sensory Processing)

Students with and without special needs have coping skills that can vary according to personality, extenuating circumstances, environmental factors and other issues that may influence their abilities. We strive to meet the treatment needs but hope that the individual will adapt to their challenges in fulfilling their roles optimally. How can we help them learn and apply strategies to help with self-regulation, coping day to day and being active participants in the classroom and school settings? Isn’t habituation really the key? Participants will review techniques and a variety of methods to address meeting children in the present.  We will experiment with techniques from movement to mindfulness, analyzing how we can apply these research based ideas in all aspects of their day. Recognizing when to teach someone how to soothe themselves, relax, and reduce stress to improve their ability to fulfill their roles as a learner is just the beginning. Let’s bring back the idea of activity based, co-active interventions to enhance student performance.

Presenter: Tere Bowen-Irish OTR/L



Registration starts at 8:30, Presentation 9-3, hour lunch break on your own.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER: Eventbrite Registration

Sponsored by NH4Autism, Merrimack Valley Parent Outreach and Spectrum 46.

Certificates of attendance will be available.

Questions? Email Erika at NH4Autism@gmail.com


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