Address: 1919 W. 40 St. Tulsa, Oklahoma 74107 | Principal: Shelly Holman | Phone: 918-746-8000
Built in 1938, Webster proudly serves multiple generations of Westside families, and continues to welcome students from all over Tulsa who will be served by our highly qualified staff utilizing the latest strategies to prepare students to be college and career ready!
Please take a moment to complete a survey for Communities in School! Ms. Nina McAlester is the Webster MS/HS Site Coordinator, and she serves our students, parents, and communities in many ways! We value parent/guardian voice and would appreciate your feedback!
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Tulsa Public Schools has safety guidelines and protocols in place to help minimize community spread of COVID-19. One of our most important (and most effective) safety practices is our mask requirement: all students and adults must wear masks that cover their noses and mouths.
While we are following the news around the potential expiration of the City of Tulsa’s mask mandate closely, it is important to know that safety practices at Tulsa Public Schools will not change. Regardless of whether our city continues the mask mandate, all students and adults on our campuses or sites will still be required to wear masks that cover their noses and mouths.
Across the entirety of this pandemic, we have continued to make decisions grounded in science and data and in consultation with our local medical experts. We know that:
- Masks are highly effective in preventing the spread of COVID-19;
- Most of our students are under age 16 and ineligible for vaccination; and
- We take our responsibility for your child’s health and safety with the urgency it deserves.
Our decision is aligned with the Oklahoma State Department of Education’s recommendation and with the Tulsa Health Department's advice to continue requiring students and adults to wear masks at schools.
Our mask requirement will remain in place through the remainder of the school year and during the summer months for those students participating in our Ready. Set. Summer! programs. For more information about our COVID-19 safety practices, visit www.tulsaschools.org/safety.
This is the link to order the Webster cap, gown, and tassel for $52.95. If students want to order a package deal with Senior 2021 products, that is completely optional. Students need to order ASAP.
What's in the 2021 bond for daniel webster middle and high school?
School Pride Visa CardsWe recently received our School Pride® check donation from TTCU Federal Credit Union for the first half of 2020. Thanks for swiping your TTCU debit card and giving back to our district. If you don't have one, get yours today! #ttcuSchoolPride
United We CanUnidos Se Puede/United We Can is a family-based intervention program designed to help Latino and African-American 7th and 8th grade students excel in school, avoid risky behaviors such as drug use and teen pregnancy, and reduce the chronic stress in their lives that leads to long-term physical and emotional problems like heart disease and depression.
- Peachjar (High School)
- Peachjar (Middle School)