There are now a lot more Trojans at Webster County High School this year. Nearly 200 more. Thats because the Providence Independent District merged with Webster County at the end of the last school year With more students, comes more teacher. About 14 more. Some of those from the Providence District. For now, portable classroom units are set up to accommodate the influx of students. Seniors Kendall Copeland is one of the many transfers. So far his day has gone well thanks to long time Webster High students like DeAdrian Rollins. ROLLINS " You try to make a point because you dont want to make them feel like their outsiders, make them feel like their a part of the school, everybody together, because you dont want problems." Overall the first day of class seemed to run smoothly here, there were a few students who couldnt get into their locker or find their class, but that really had nothing to do with the school merger, just part of being a freshman. Of course thats not the case with seniors who dont seem too concerned with how the year begins, but how it ends. ROLLINS: "I play football, so Im looking forward to football season, as for school, i cant wait to graduate. Plans are in the works to expand the schools size. Those include a media center, auxiliary gym, and about 17 more classrooms. Construction plans must first be approved by the state. Once given the okay, it will take approximately two years to complete.