School spirit & history
Legacy of Cecil Winfred Webb
Cecil Winfred Webb was born and attended school in Paris, Texas. He was a Lieutenant in the Navy during World War II and served in the Pacific. He attended Trinity University and received a Masters Degree from East Texas State University. Cecil W. Webb taught history at Garland High School and later became the principal of Old Bussey Junior High School when it was on the Garland High campus. Webb was the first principal of Sam Houston Junior High. In 1962, he became the principal at Watson Elementary School. Webb was an avid fisherman and would often go fishing with W.J. Sellers for whom Sellers Middle School is named.
Webb Middle School opened in the Fall of 1975.
A new wing with twelve classrooms, a new band hall and gym were added in the fall of 1999. Due to destruction from a fire in the Fall of 2011, a new wing and renovated offices were added to the front of the building over the Summer of 2011.
Webb Bears we will honor
Our days with you...
Spirit and pride
Bring honor to our school...
Your memories we'll cherish
As the years unfold...
Webb Bears our hearts are loyal to the
Green and Gold.
Green and gold
The Bear Necessities set the culture of the school and teach our students to be respectful, courteous, and responsible.