*Online ordering is by color and size. Please double check before you place your order.*
In the event that something is damaged/lost, students will be issued a fine. Listed below are the device collection times as well as the fine amounts.
- Power Brick – $20
- Power cord (USB) – $20
- Damaged headphone jack- $100
- Cracked Screen/Damage – 1st offense: $100
- Keyboard - $130 or $15 per key lost
- Lost/stolen – 1st offense $250
A student who fails to return a device or any accessories or peripherals at the end of school will be responsible for the full replacement cost of the item that was not returned ($885 for missing Surface).
Please send payment to Webb Bridge Middle School's media center in order to have damaged/lost items replaced or repaired. Your check or money order should be made out to Webb Bridge Middle School; please write your child's name in the memo section. If you wish to pay online, please pay obligation through OSP; you will need to enter the amount of the fine under Technology.
9th Grade Honors Lit Summer Reading
10th Grade Honors Lit Summer Reading
When the excitement of school ending fades, parents and students may look for options for summer activities. The WBMS Summer Symbaloo provides links to multiple reading options (from recommended lists to interactive books) as well as websites to learn everything from video editing to creative writing to engineering games. There is also a link to make comments or other suggestions of resources to be added, or you may contact Nan Brown at email@example.com. Check out the options today!
5th Grade Parent University Info Night
Powerpoint Presentation- Click here to view.
Webb Bridge is now offering online payments for school fees. If you would like to make the payments for your student’s media/technology fines or lost textbook/novel fees, please visit http://osp.osmsinc.com/fultonga and click SIGN IN. The first time you visit the site, you will create a logon and add your Webb Bridge student to your profile. Please note that you will need to know your student’s FCS ID number in order to register. You can find this on your student’s report card or on the barcode label on their Surface tablet. Please do not call the front office as they are not able to provide this information to you. Also, this information is NOT in Home Access.
Once you are registered and logged in, click on Pay Obligation on the top bar > Select your student, Webb Bridge MS and the Obligation Type that you are paying > Enter the amount from the notice you received.
How do I volunteer at WBMS?
The Fulton County School System Volunteer Registration Page is currently under construction. The application will not be available again until June 1st, 2018.
All persons wishing to volunteer must register to volunteer at this site after June 1st, 2018. Thank you for your interest in volunteering with the Fulton County School System.
If you are planning on volunteering at a school for the remainder of the 2017-2018 school year, and have not completed the volunteer registration process, you may proceed to the school and present a valid government issued identification, we will scan you in as a visitor at the school.
Interested in volunteering at one of our schools for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year? The volunteer application portal will be turned on for registration starting June 1, 2018.
To keep in compliance with State Law and best practices, for the 2018-2019 school year, we will require that all persons interested in volunteering in the Fulton County School District to re-register/register (even if a person has completed an application in the past) by completing the new online volunteer registration/application process. All volunteers must be registered online with FCS in order to volunteer. New Fulton County requirement: You will not be able to volunteer until you complete the online training and application. It could take as long as 48 hours for your application to be processed before you will be eligible to volunteer. Click the link: Fulton County Schools Volunteer Webpage. Become a volunteer in 5 easy steps.
- Complete the mandatory online training.
- Complete the volunteer application.
- Wait 24 – 48 hours for your application to be processed
- Visit the school and begin volunteering (please bring your ID)?
Bilingual Community Liaison/ Enlace Bilingüe con los Padres
Our Bilingual Community Liaison assists parents that speak Spanish in parent-teacher conferences, emails, and phone calls through interpretation or translation. The most important goal is to support parents from other cultures or languages to understand our school system and help them to be involved in their child’s education. If you need assistance in this regard, please send an email to our Parent Liaison
Nuestro Enlace Bilingüe asiste a los padres que hablan Español en las conferencia de padres-maestros, correos electrónicos y llamadas telefónicas a través de interpretaciones o traducciones. El objetivo más importante es apoyar a los padres que provienen de otras culturas o idiomas para que entiendan nuestro sistema educativo y ayudarlos a involucrarse en la educación de su hijo(a). Si necesita ayuda en este sentido, por favor envíe un correo electrónico a nuestro Enlace con los Padres
National Blue Ribbon Schools 2010
The award honors public and private elementary, middle and high schools whose students achieve at very high levels or have made significant progress and helped close gaps in achievement especially among disadvantaged and minority students. Each year since 1982, the U.S. Department of Education has sought out schools where students attain and maintain high academic goals, including those that beat the odds. To read more about the National Blue Ribbon program and view a list of 2010 winners, please go the Department of Education website at
Webb Bridge Middle School is a 2006, 2009, 2012, 2015 Georgia Lighthouse School to Watch
Webb Bridge was originally designated as a Lighthouse School to Watch in 2006 and was re-designated for a third time for the 2015 school year. A Georgia Lighthouse School to Watch is a school that is conscientiously moving to meet fully the nationally endorsed criteria for high-performing middle schools, one that has made marked progress in meeting all of these criteria, including measurable gains in the academic achievement of all students. To find out more information about the Georgia Lighthouse Schools to Watch program, visit the Georgia Middle School Association website at http://www.gmsa.net and the National Forum website at http://www.middlegradesforum.org.