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School Registration

All school registrations must be completed between April 17th, 2023 and Aug 3rd, 2023

Parents/guardians of currently enrolled students can register online through the Infinite Campus Portal. If you do not have an Infinite Campus Parent Portal, click here.


New / Returning Students

All new students to the Webster City Community School District need to come to the Administration Building (820 Des Moines Street). Birth certificates and Social Security Cards will be needed for the registration process. Pre-kindergarten and Kindergarten students will also need to provide immunization cards, birth certificates, and Social Security cards, if they have not done so previously.


Administration Building
820 Des Moines Street
Webster City, IA 50595


Summer Office Hours
Monday - Thursday 7:00am - 4:45pm
Friday Closed

Online Payments

Parents/guardians are able to deposit money into food service accounts and pay fees and fines in the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. Fees for the school year will be posted on July 1st.  The minimum transaction amount is $5.00 and $0.35 will be charged to process echecks.  

* School Supply Lists *
Will be available July 1st, 2023

Webster City Middle School
Northeast Hamilton Elementary
Sunset Heights

Pleasant View

Infinite Campus

Infinite Campus is the student information system used by Webster City Community Schools. Parents/Guardians can request an Infinite Campus Portal account to view family and student information. Parents/Guardians can easily view attendance, assignments, and grades. Click here for a request form.

Waiver of Student Fees for Drivers Education

Students whose families meet the income guidelines for free and reduced price lunch, the Family Investment Program (FIP), Supplimental Security Income (SSI), transportation assistance under open enrollment, or who are in foster care are eligible to have their drivers education fee wavied or partially waved.  Parents or students who believe they may qualify for temporary financial hardship should complete the Free/Reduced application form you will be receiving the first week in August in the mail from the Food Service department with dates they will be avaliable.  Those eligible for Free/Reduced price lunches last spring will expire September 10th.  New applications must be completed or lunches become full price after September 10th.

Student Pictures

High School

Sep 1st

Middle School Sep 1st
Sunset and Pleasant View

Sep 28th

Northeast Hamilton Sept 28th

 PREPAY Policy in effect.

Pupil Insurance Program

Student accident insurance is avaliable to parents, but if parents do not exercise this option, the school does not provide medical coverage for accidents or injuries to students.  Student accident insurance is avaliable and insurance forms are at each building and the Administration Building.  Any questions concerning the insurance program, call 832-9200.

Emergency School Announcements

Emergency school announcements, school closing, and early dismissals are broadcast on KQWC (1570 AM / 95.7 FM), WHO-TV, WOI-TV, KCCI-TV, Mediacom Cable Channel 18/117.3, and on twitter @wcdistrict.

Student and Adult Activity Tickets

Student activity tickets are available for $37 to elementary, middle school, and high school students for school sponsored events.  These are for students only and ARE NOT TRANSFERABLE.  They will be good for all local activities for the year and represent a large savings over individual game prices.

Adults may also purchase activities tickets for $62 at 820 Des Moines Street.

School Buses

School buses will make their runs for the first time on opening day, Monday, August 24th.  Bus routes will be published in the Freeman Journal.  For transportation information, call 832-9260

Open Enrollment

Parents/guardians may apply for open enrollment at any time without the need for good cause. The receiving district may deny open requests if one of the following applies:
- The application violates the district's insufficient classroom space policy
- The district does not have the appropriate special education program
- The application would adversely affect the district's implementation of a court-ordered desegregation plan
- The student has been expelled or suspended

If a parent/guardian moves and wishes for their student to continue at the original resident district under open enrollment (often known as the continuation rule), requests cannot be denied due to insufficient classroom space.

Greviance Policy

The Webster City Community School District has adopted a grievance policy and procedures for any alleged violation of policy concerning sex or racial discrimination/harassment.  The grievance officer is the Superintendent of Schools (832-9200).

Asbestos Containment

Webster City Community School District facilities have been inspected for asbestos containment.  The reports are on file and available to the public in the Administration Office at 820 Des Moines Street, Webster City IA or at each specific building in the district

Nondiscriminiation Policy

The Webster City Community School District offers career and technical programs in the following areas of study: Family Consumer Science, Industrial Technology, Business Education , Vocational Agriculture,  Project Lead the Way, Manufacturing, Auto, and Construction.

It is the policy of the Webster City Community School District not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, religion, creed, age (for employment), marital status (for programs), sexual orientation, gender identity and socioeconomic status (for programs) in its educational programs and its employment practices.  There is a grievance procedure for processing complaints of discrimination.  If you have questions or a grievance related to this policy please contact the district’s Equity Coordinator, Mr. Matt Berninghaus, Superintendent, 820 Des Moines St. Webster City , IA 50595, 515-832-9200,