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From our School Nurse
Measles Information Sheet
18-19 Year-Round Update Process for parents to update family information online
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.
If you are looking for a fun family event, classes, sports, list of holiday concerts, please visit the Community Corner. 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
Emergency School Closings and Delays
Inclement weather may necessitate the closing or delay of schools. If schools are closed this will also include the cancellation of extracurricular activities and the events in the community pool unless otherwise announced. Please listen to local radio or television stations for school closings or delays. Such weather may also deter students from going outside during the school day. Please be sure that students are dressed appropriately for the weather. In addition to local radio and television, weather conditions can be checked on-line at www.hssd.k12.wi.us.
BionicBots6 Earn 3 Awards
Congratulations to Bay View's BionicBots6 on earning 3 awards at the VexIQ State Championship! Next stop The World Championships!
Musical Instrument Donations
School District band and orchestra teachers are seeking used band and orchestra instrument donations. Donated instruments in good playing condition are maintained by the Giving Tree and offered to students whose families cannot afford instrument rental costs. If you have an unused band instrument at home, please consider donating it to the district music department. Donations can be dropped off in the Lineville Intermediate School office. Please contact Mr. Zipperer (band; email@example.com ) or Mr. Wucherer (orchestra; firstname.lastname@example.org ) with any questions.
Dream Career Essay Contest
These four students were winners in the annual "Dream Career Essay Contest" sponsored by the Teaching Today Wisconsin print publication. Tatyana, Maddie and Brandon were named honorable mentions and received $25 each. Kaden was announced as a winner and received $100.
Drop Off on Cardinal and Woodale
During this colder weather season, please be reminded that our designated drop off areas on Cardinal and Woodale are intended only to drop and go. Cars may not stop, park, and wait with a student in the car. Signs are posted by the Village of Howard and will be monitored by local law enforcement. Thank you.
Safety in Our Circle Drive
Please be reminded that students should not be dropped off or picked up in the Circle Drive in front of school unless they have an injury or disability. The circle is too small to accommodate more than a few cars, and it is dangerous to have cars drive through the parking lots as students are arriving or dismissing.
All drop off and pick up of students should either be on Cardinal Lane or Woodale Avenue. Thank you for your cooperation.
Class Registration Information 2019-2020
Bay View Timelines
Bay View Course Description Guide
Course Placement Criteria
8th Grade Registration/Placement Presentation Slides - Tues, Feb 26
From Your School Board
“Education then, beyond all other devices of human origin, is the great equalizer of the conditions of men, the balance-wheel of the social machinery…” Horace Mann
Our students continue to perform academically at a high level. Whether measured against our local districts, the state of Wisconsin or other countries, our students distinguish themselves on a regular basis. One of the keys to this level of success is the support the district receives from our community. When complemented by ongoing, transparent dialogue, the Howard and Suamico communities have demonstrated consistent, heart-felt support for our students, educators and leadership.
While there are many other positives in our district, public education is not without serious ongoing, as well as newer challenges. Perhaps the most long-standing hurdle continues to be the state funding formula that creates million dollar inequities amongst similar districts only miles apart. HSSD in partnership with local legislators have made meaningful progress in solving this issue, but much work remains. From anxiety to depression, a more recent and emerging nationwide struggle is the increased prevalence of mental health challenges amongst students. As a parent and board member I’m proud of the intensive, compassionate approach HSSD demonstrates every day as they tackle this unique challenge head-on. Even amongst the constant balance of success and struggle, I share Horace Mann’s hope, via public education, for future generations.
For more information about the Howard-Suamico School District please visit our website at www.hssdschools.org or for additional information regarding this article, please reach out to your Board member located in this article.
Save the date: Thursday, April 25, 11, ( 5:30-9 pm) Annual Taste of the Villages and Auction benefiting the Howard-Suamico
School District Giving Tree Pantry. We are planning some new and exciting things for this auction! We will have important updates on our webpage, as the event gets closer. At 1951 West / Rock Garden in Green Bay. Click on this link for the many ways you can help.
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.
March 17, 1-4 pm - Youth Softball Clinic sponsored by Bay Port Softball for Girls K-8.