FEBRUARY 16-28, 2019
SCHOOL HOURS: 8:25AM - 3:08PM
Breakfast Doors Open at 8:05AM
Doors Open at 8:17AM
Students need to be in class at 8:25AM
INCLEMENT WEATHER INFO - School Closures
School Fees/Apparel/Field Trips/Sports -Online Payments
LUNCH MENU - February
Lineville Day 1 & 2 Calendar
Make Up day of April 22nd will be a Day 1
HSSD At A Glance Calendar for 2018-19
PARENT TEACHER CONF February 18th & 21st 4-7:30pm
CALENDAR CHANGES due to Weather Days Off:
Friday, February 22nd - FULL Day of School
Friday, March 8th - FULL Day of School
Monday, April 22nd - FULL Day of School
LOST & FOUND - It's overflowing again!!!
If your student is missing a jacket, water bottle, lunch box or clothing item - it may be here in our FOUND collection!!!! The found table/rack is located in the front entry hallway.....check it out when you are here for Parent Teacher Conferences or the Talent Show !!! Items not claimed will be donated on February 25th.
Congratulations to Myla (Boat House) and Lea (Discover House) on winning this year's Yearbook Cover Art Contest! Myla's artwork will be featured on the front cover, and Lea's will be on the back cover! Great job to everyone who submitted a drawing!
Students in the Infinity and Discover Houses are collecting donations for
Happily Ever After Animal Sanctuary
The items will be collected February 18th - February 21st during conferences. ITEMS NEEDED
If you are able to donate any of these items, there will be a collection box near the front office between February 18-21. Thank you.
SAVE - BOX TOPS & POP TOPS:
Currently Lineville is collecting Box Tops as a fundraiser opportunity for the Parent Club and Pop Tops that are sent to the Ronald McDonald House in Milwaukee. If we get Campbell Soup labels turned in we send them to an elementary school in the district.
Please update your volunteer page
If your child has changed school buildings, you wish to volunteer at more schools, or you need to remove yourself from a school please update your volunteer status. Log in at www.myvolunteerpage.com to ensure your profile is accurate and find new volunteering opportunities.
The Howard - Suamico School District partnering with local organizations features a Community Page that includes a list highlighting events for families in the villages of Howard, Suamico and Green Bay, i.e. scouting, festivals, parades, etc.
Village of Howard Events - https://www.villageofhoward.com/Calendar.aspx
Village of Suamico Events:
Suamico Parks and Recreation 2019 Newsletter and Calendar of Events
Friday, April 12 (5-9pm) & Saturday, April 13 (11am-4pm) - Fishing Rod Building Class in the Bay Port High School Student Union. Seating is limited. $55 per participant. All proceeds support Bay Port FFA. Click on this link for more information.
LINEVILLE PHONE NUMBERS
MAIN LINE 920-662-7871
FAX NUMBER 920-662-7822
KITCHEN CASHIER 920-662-7717
LV POOL 920-662-7874
BATTLE OF THE BOOKS LINEVILLE CHAMPS
Congratulations to the Sports Stars( Julia, Alia, Rebecca and Morgan)l! The Sports Stars are our 6th Grade Champions and will represent Lineville at State.
Our 2nd place team, Reading Radishes 2.5; Noah, Andrew and Nicholas, will be our backup team for State. They did an amazing job this year as well.
Is your child interested in performing on stage and having an opportunity to form friendships with others in a fun, supportive, and creative setting? Join us for an informational meeting on Wednesday, February 20th at 3:30 in the Roadrunner Room to learn more about the Lineville's Musical! At this meeting you’ll get to meet the director, touch base with other like-minded parents, and learn about all that participating in the musical entails. Rehearsals begin at the beginning of March; schedules will be handed out at this informational meeting - you won’t want to miss it!
Students in 6th grade will have an opportunity to apply for ART 1 at Bay View. Please read below if you think your child would like to pursue this opportunity. Art 1 ~ 7th and 8th Grade - Art I is an exploratory foundational course. Skill development and exposure to a variety of mediums and techniques will be emphasized in two and three dimensional areas. This is the same foundational course taught at Bay Port. Students completing Art 1 at Bay View will meet the Art 1 prerequisite when selecting courses at Bay Port. This course is designed to accelerate student’s entry into AP Art at Bay Port, and is therefore intended for students who desire a career in the arts. Students enrolled in advanced courses at Bay View are expected to follow through on all assignments, perform at a high level, participate in class and maintain good standing in other classes. Students wishing to participate in the Art 1 course at Bay View must talk to their art teacher for more details of how to apply. If your student has art first or second semester with either teacher, they have heard about this opportunity in Art class.
Dear Parents/Guardians of 6th Graders:
Soon it will be time to get ready for middle school. Can you believe it?
Click here to access upcoming Bay View Registration and Orientation dates in spring that you won’t want to miss. Please make note of these on your family calendar so you are able to get all the information you need and meet the deadlines for the parent meeting, course selections, placement input, and orientation.
Watch for upcoming emails and check the Bay View News website for updated information.
Steven J. Meyers, Sr
Bay View Middle School
Follow the Lineville/Bay View Parent Club on Face Book by clicking the link searching for "Lineville Parent Club"
From Your School Board
Learning and Growing Together at the State Education Convention
Every January the State Education Convention, sponsored in part by the Wisconsin Association of School Boards (WASB), takes place in Milwaukee. It is an opportunity for school board members, superintendents, and other school administrators from all across the state to network, learn, and share important and timely issues and ideas related to public education in Wisconsin. The theme of the 98th Wisconsin State Education Convention was “Leading for Excellence and Equity.” Howard-Suamico School Board members conducted a breakout session at the Convention on high-performing Board/Superintendent relationships. This presentation provided valuable information regarding Howard-Suamico’s policy governance model.
Participating in the Wisconsin Association of School Board Education Convention each year is just one way that the Board of Education embraces their shared dedication to life-long learning.
The mission of the Howard-Suamico School District Board of Education is to enact policies and allocate resources to develop all students' full academic potential and to promote their social and emotional growth. For more information about the School District and School Board, visit www.hssdschools.org. For additional information regarding this article, contact school board member Maria Lara at email@example.com.
18-19 YEAR-ROUND UPDATE PROCESS for parents to update family information online.
4. Once the student information is populated, you are free to change the appropriate information such as primary mailing name, contact #, address,
mother/father/guardian information, and emergency contact information. Be sure to click submit.
Next steps after submission:
The current process of entering a demographic change form should still be used if the family comes to your office with a change.
Year-Round Update versus Returning Student Registration