Snapshot: Webster Greenville Alumna’s 2nd Graders Show Webster Pride at Field Day

| May 28, 2014
Webster alumna Vivian Means' second grade class chose to represent Webster University for their school's Field Day theme.

Webster alumna and teacher Vivian Means’ second graders in South Carolina drew a Gorlok and banner for their school’s Field Day, where the theme was to represent a college or university.

Vivian Means, an alumna of Webster University’s Greenville, South Carolina campus location, is a teacher at Legacy Charter Elementary School. During the school’s Field Day on May 23, the theme was to represent a college or university. Means’ second grade class chose to represent Webster University, where Means earned her in Management and Leadership degree in 2012.

The Greenville Metropolitan Campus of Webster University opened in the fall of 1993 to serve upstate South Carolina, with convenient access from all over Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Pickens and Greenwood Counties.

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