WEF Granted $4400 in funds back to Webster students for 2022-23 Fall/Winter grant cycle.  Here  WEF members Debbie Maloney and Wendy Larson present a check for CPR manikins and AEDs to Ms. Erin Ralph – Webster MS and HS Health teacher.  Students and staff in the District will have opportunities to be certified in Basic Cardiac Life Support.

A huge thank you to the Polk/Burnett 100 Women Who Care group!  At the May 2022 Quarterly meeting, the non-profit group that was selected to receive the $11,900 donation was THE WEBSTER EDUCATION FOUNDATION! We will use the funds to provide counseling and mentors to students in the Webster district.

Pardun’s Canoe Rental of Danbury and the Pardun Family are partnering with the Webster Education Foundation in a fundraising campaign to raise money for the Webster MS/HS Sound System Project.

The Pardun Family, in memory of Lois Pardun, a dedicated educator and person who embraced a life-long appreciation for the arts and particularly theatre al all levels, wish to provide up to $5000.00 in matching funds to support the goal of purchasing a reliable sound system for the Webster Cafetorium.

If you wish to join the Pardun Family in reaching this goal, please send your tax deductible donation to Webster Education Foundation by September 1, 2022. Please indicate “Lois Pardun Memorial” in the memo of your check.

Webster Education Foundation
PO Box 9
Webster, WI 54893


Superintendent Jim Erickson and WEF President Robyn Formanek present a check for $10,000 to Webster FACE teacher Wendy Holdt for the completion of a greenhouse structure on the Webster Middle/High School campus.