NOVEMBER 1-15 2019
SCHOOL HOURS: 8:25AM - 3:08PM
Doors Open at 8:17AM
SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST 2019-20
LUNCH MENU Link
LV / BV PTO Meeting Minutes November 4, 2019
Lineville Day 1 & 2 Calendar
HSSD At A Glance Calendar for 2019-20
ATTENTION ALL PARENTS who pick up their child at the end of the school day. This is a reminder that for various reasons we ask that you do not bring your dog(s) on school grounds. This is a district-wide expectation and we appreciate your cooperation. Thank you!
COME CHECK OUT the BOOK FAIR during Parent Teacher Conference nights on Tuesday, November 5th & Thursday, November 7th from
4-7:30PM. The fair is set up in the Roadrunner Room across from the office. Check out this link for online shopping also
6TH GRADE BOYS WRESTLING
Bay View Middle School
Deadline to sign up is Monday, December 2nd
Contact Coach Ryan Shefchik with questions
920-362-8333 or email@example.com
November - December
Click here for dates and more information
Bay Port DECA will be hosting a COAT DRIVE to donate to The Giving Closet, an organization affiliated with The Giving Tree Food Pantry. A donation box will be placed in the hallway outside the main office from November 4th-8th. These coats will help children in need stay warm during our Wisconsin winters. Please consider bringing in your gently used coats during conferences, or sending them with your child during the week of November 4th. Thank you
Bay Port DECA
Daddy Daughter Dance
Townline Banquet Hall
Purchase tickets here
BOX TOPS for EDUCATION - NO MORE CLIPPING!!!
If you have box tops that haven't expired we will still take them. There is a collection bucket in the front office.
WHEN YOUR CHILD IS ABSENT
Reminder: If your child is absent, please call their school attendance line (LV 662-7875). If you do not call in your child, the school attendance secretary will contact you via email or phone call inquiring about your child’s absence. On days of inclement weather or early dismissal, email, text and voice mail will be sent to you and the default caller ID will show a 662-7878 number. Please listen to the voicemail for instructions.
Attendance Numbers to call:
Bay Harbor Elementary Forest Glen Elementary Howard Elementary
(920)-662-8888 (920)-662-7990 (920)-662-9732
Meadowbrook Elem Suamico Elementary Lineville Intermediate
(920)-662-5036 (920)-662-9808 (920)-662-7875
Bay View Middle Bay Port High School
Please see page 42 of the District Parent-Student Handbook regarding attendance procedures available online at https://www.hssdschools.org/general-information
EMERGENCY CLOSINGS & DELAYS
In addition to District social media accounts, local TV/Radio stations and the District website, HSSD will send weather delay and closing updates via text message. To receive texts from HSSD: text the word “Yes” to 68453. Please note that you will receive a voice mail that defaults to the (920) 662-7878 District Office. Please listen to all voice mails for information.
Saturday, November 9, 12-1:30 pm, Bay Port Hockey - SKATE WITH THE PIRATES, Cornerstone Community Ice Center. Free Admission and Skate Rentals, All skill levels welcome. RSVP by November 6. Students K-8 are encouraged to attend. To register, visit TryHockeyForFree.com/10169. Questions? Call Joanne at 920-362-5354
The Magic of Christmas, Saturday, December 7. Breakfast with Santa from 8 - 11 a.m. at Bay Port High School Commons. The parade begins at 1 pm and will follow the route from Bay View Middle School south on Cardinal to Glendale Ave. Then east on Glendale to Harwood, north on Harwood to Woodale Ave., then west on Woodale Ave. to Bay View.
YOUTH WRESTLING REGISTRATION
The Bay Port Wrestling Program would like to invite area youth (pre-kindergarten through 5th grade) to participate in the 2019-20 youth wrestling season. Registration can be done online and is currently open and will remain open until November 11th.
Bay Port DECA is hosting Pirates Kids Club a supervised evening at Bay Port on November 15 and December 13. The Pirates Kids Club is from 5 – 8 pm with pizza included for only $25/child with $5/each additional child. Please use this link to register and the attached flyer for more information.
Check out the Village of Suamico Events for the winter session, many family friendly and adult classes - Registration for Suamico programs can be made online at www.villageofsuamico.recdesk.com/Community/Home
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.
LINEVILLE PHONE NUMBERS
MAIN LINE 920-662-7871
FAX NUMBER 920-662-7822
KITCHEN CASHIER 920-662-7717
LV POOL 920-662-7795
PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES
November 5th & 7th
Contact Mrs. Piontek in the school office if you need assistance
in signing up for a conference time
Title I INFORMATIONAL MEETING
Lineville has recently qualified as a Schoolwide Title I building. Title I is a federally funded program designed to give extra support to students in the area of reading. If you would like to learn more about what the Title I program looks like at Lineville, please attend one of the following meetings during Fall Conferences. The meeting will take place in the Literacy Lounge across from the library.
Tuesday, November 5th, 5:30pm - 5:45pm
Thursday, November 7th, 5:30pm - 5:45pm
FALL FUNDRAISER PRODUCT PICK UP
Thursday, NOVEMBER 7th
@ Bay View 3pm-5:30pm
(school main entrance - outside the library)
Prizes will be distributed at the time of Pick up!
Our LOST & FOUND continues to grow !!! Please have your student check the "found" rack located in the hallway between the office and the kitchen if they are missing something (clothing, lunch box etc). Parents are also welcome to come check the lost & found during the school day or be sure to check it out when you are at school for Parent Teacher Conferences in November.
BE RESPECTFUL, BE RESPONSIBLE & BE SAFE
Just as we will talk to our students about what those behaviors look like in the classroom, in the hallway, in the cafeteria, on the bus, in specials, and on the playground, you too can talk to them about what those behaviors look like at home.
PBIS Expectation Home Examples
Be Respectful Ask instead of demand
Say “please” and “thank you”
Look at adults when they are talking
Be Responsible Clean up toys when finished playing
Wash hands after using the bathroom.
Be Safe Walk up and down stairs
Look both ways when crossing the street
Use eating utensils properly
We will acknowledge students for displaying positive behaviors at school. You can use home acknowledgements to help motivate your child to keep up the good work at school, or for exhibiting the expectations at home. Home acknowledgements do not need to cost any thing! Some suggestions for home recognition include the following:
BOY'S AFTER SCHOOL
SKILLS & DRILLS BASKETBALL
Starts Monday, November 11th for 6th Grade & Tuesday, November 12th for 5th Grade
Sign Up / Schedule
Join the BAY PORT TENNIS CLUB on Saturdays this winter! Whether you are brand new to the sport or have experience playing, joining the club will take your game to the next level! Players will learn the fundamentals of tennis, scoring and court etiquette. All instruction will take place at Four Seasons Tennis club and will be taught by tennis professionals. Bay Port Winter Tennis Club Session 1 Dates: November 9, 16, 23, December 7, 14
All practices will be Saturdays at Four Seasons from 2 - 3:30 pm. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Coach Steve (651-261-7283). http://bayporttennis.weebly.com/tennis-club.html
FROM the School Board
2019-2020 Howard-Suamico School District Budget
During our annual meeting last month, community members received a detailed review of the school district’s 2019-2020 budget and voted to adopt it as presented. During the meeting on October 21, the Board of Education approved a total tax levy of $28,248,522, which supports a district budget of $87,410,185 – a decrease of 2.17% as compared to the previous year.
This levy will result in the school’s portion of our property taxes remaining stable at $9.19; significantly below the state’s average levy. This budget, just as in year’s past, establishes that we continue to value innovation, investing in our staff, driving academic performance for every student.
Board members have engaged in continuous legislative advocacy efforts, specifically pertaining to the State’s biennium budget, which positively impacted the students of the Howard-Suamico School District.
The low revenue ceiling increase - a main focus of the Board’s advocacy efforts - especially for a low-spending district like ours, made a tangible impact. For the first time in over a decade, our District will see a net increase in our overall revenue limit. Our overall revenue limit has increased by just over $2,000,000. This is due to an adjustment to $9,700 per pupil for the lowest spending districts across the State coupled with our District’s first increase in resident students in over 5 years.
For more information about the Howard-Suamico School District budget please visit our website at www.hssdschools.org, or for additional information regarding this article, contact school board member Vanessa Moran at (920) 246-3999 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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, contact school board member Scott Jandrin at email@example.com.