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
LUNCH MENU - JUNE
2019-20 SCHOOL SUPPLY LISTS 5th Grade 6th Grade
HSSD At A Glance Calendar for 2019-20
Tuesday, June 4th - 5th Gr Ipad Collection
Wednesday, June 5th - Run Walk / Kids Choice
Thursday, June 6th - Yearbooks distributed
LAST DAY of SCHOOL
END OF YEAR REMINDERS
REPORT CARDS will be finalized June 14th.. If you need a printed copy of the report card for any reason (your records / sports ) they will only be available to parents/students to view/print in Power School until June 30th. Due to maintenance and upgrades Power School will not be accessible again until mid August.
MEDICATIONS AT SCHOOL: If your child has taken any medication (epi pens, over the counter meds, prescription drugs) at school during this past school year a parent needs to stop by school to pick up any unused medications by 3PM on Friday, June 7th. New medication request forms are required each year.
CHANGE OF CONTACT INFORMATION: Please notify the Lineville Office (662-7871) if you have an email, phone number or address change. This will insure that you receive information that is sent out regarding the new school year.
LOST & FOUND: There are many items that have been unclaimed and in our Lost & Found (lunch boxes, water bottles, mittens, boots, sweatshirt, jackets, clothing items etc) If your student has misplaced something please have them check with office staff to view the Lost & Found boxes
OPEN HOUSE for the 2019-20 school year is TUESDAY, August 27th
from 5-6:30PM at Lineville. Please mark your calendars!!!
Students at Lineville Intermediate created these murals out of plastic bottle caps. Caps were saved by students, families, and community members and will be displayed at the NEW Zoo in Suamico, in the education building.
iPad Collection Time
We will be collecting school iPads on June 4, 2019 from ALL 5th Grade students and any 6th Grade students whose parents did not pay the technology insurance fee or the 6th grader student’s parent sent a request in writing to not keep the iPad over the summer. These students must return the school iPad, case, charging cord and block.
$19 = charging cord
$19 = charging block
$30 = case
$499 = iPad
Is your student’s iPad charging cord and block the same one they were issued in September?
The charging cord and block MUST be Apple Brand. Be careful not to send the iPhone charging block. Below is a picture of the correct charging cord and block:
Summer swim lesson registration are online. Registration will continue throughout the summer. Class information and registration link can be found at http://hssdcommunitypool.weebly.com/summer-swim-lessons.html
Getting Ready for Lineville Intermediate School
(For 5th Grade or new 6th Grade students to our school)
August 20th OR August 21st
8:30-12 noon each session
Sign Up through Summer School Program for only 1 session only
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
Monday, July 22 (11am-4pm) Annual Bay Port Hockey Golf Outing, Mid Vallee Golf Course, 3850 Mid Valley Drive, De Pere, WI 54115. Registration 10 am, 4 person scramble with shotgun start at 11am., Dinner at 5pm. Golf registration due by July 12, 2019. Sponsorships and/or donations are due by July 22, 2019 http://howardsuamic470.corecommerce.com/bay-port-boys-hockey-golf-outing.html If you have any questions, please Email Dawn at:email@example.com
July 29 - August 2 - Bay Port Girls Youth Golf Camp - Please click on this link for more information - flyer for Girls Youth Golf Camp. Play some golf and have fun with the current Bay Port Girls team (coaches and players). The Pirates are the two-time defending WIAA Sectional champs and defending FRCC conference champs. Girls in grades 3-5 9:00-10:00 am and Girls in grades 6-8 10:00-11:00 am Location is the Duck Creek Golf Center; 345 Village Ct. Howard, WI 54313
LINEVILLE PHONE NUMBERS
MAIN LINE 920-662-7871
FAX NUMBER 920-662-7822
KITCHEN CASHIER 920-662-7717
LV POOL 920-662-7874
Yearbooks will be handed out the last day of school to those that purchased one. We do have a few extra's that are for sale just in case you missed the ordering deadline. Contact the office if you are interested in purchasing a yearbook for $14.50 (students name will be added to a list but payment must be received in the school office to issue them one) - checks need to be made out to Harmann Studios or exact cash is appreciated.
SCHOOL NUTRITION would like to let you know that purchases of breakfast and or ala carte for Summer School (service only at Bay Port) will run the same as breakfast during the school year. Cash, check or payments online through myschoolbucks can be made at any time. Be aware, because of this new program for Summer School, our online payment system at https://www.myschoolbucks.com/ will be “on” all summer. Additionally, starting August 1st, 2019 all myschoolbuscks payments will have an added convenience charge of $1 per transaction that will be applied. Therefore, please make any updates on your child’s account (restrictions or auto payments) for the summer. Remember cash or check to your schools office is always available.
School Nutrition is also proud to introduce a new and exciting summer meals program. Please see https://www.hssdschools.org/schoolnutrition for details!
Friday, June 7th (5PM-8PM) - The Howard-Suamico Education Foundation, in partnership with the NEW Zoo & Adventure Park, is pleased to announce the 4th annual hosting of a fundraising event: The Sweet Safari for Education. Ticket sales start May 18 on-line and at Festival Foods West and Suamico - $10 in advance and $12 at the door. Children under 3 are free. All proceeds raised during the event will benefit education programs throughout the Howard-Suamico School District and at the NEW Zoo.
Unity house students along with the help of art teacher, Lynn Grzywa created a red panda out of donated bottle caps. This artwork will be displayed on June 7th at The NEW Zoo’s Sweet Safari event. The students loved working together on the project and are proud of how great it turned out.
BAY VIEW SHOW CHOIR SIGN UPS ARE OPEN!
Attention Sixth Graders! Do you love to sing? Do you love to dance? Do you love to act? Do you love all three? Bay View Show Choir is for you! Click the link below for more information and sign ups! Please do so with your parents
as we need e-mail information to keep in contact with you over summer before our summer camp in August! If you have any questions, e-mail Mrs. Patchak at Bay View! firstname.lastname@example.org More Info / Sign Up
July 24 at 6:15pm, The 2nd Annual “Howard-Suamico’s Got Talent Show” Join us at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church with pocket book, school supplies and/or your special talents! To enter the show and for more information text or leave me a message Lois Appel at 920-660-3863. This event is to benefit the children of our schools who struggle to get the necessary supplies for school. Admission: school supply items or monetary donation.
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.
From Your School Board
New Board of Education Members
On April 2, 2019, Scott Jandrin and Jason Potts became the newest elected members of the Howard Suamico Board of Education.
The decision to run for a seat on the Board of Education reflects a commitment to public service and dedication to democracy. A choice to serve in this manner is particularly significant because locally elected officials are closer to the individuals they represent than other policymakers. Public schools carry out one of society’s most important tasks - educating students to become productive, responsible, civic-minded adults who prosper and serve.
As a school board member, one must balance the interests and values of children, parents, teachers, administrators, taxpayers, business leaders, and retirees among others in our school district. Performed with sincerity and thought, service on a school board is a vital public service.
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.” Therefore, it is desirable that our board of education consists of members who:
Are visionary and able to create alternate futures
The HSSD Board of Education appreciates outgoing school board members, Mark Ashley and Maria Lara’s dedicated service. Our school district is truly a better place because of their investment of time and talents.
For more information about the Howard-Suamico School District, please visit our website at www.hssdschools.org or for additional information regarding this article, contact your school board member located in this article.
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 Scott Jandrin at email@example.com.
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.