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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
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
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.
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 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
Have a Safe and Enjoyable Summer
Student schedules, house placements, and locker information will be emailed to parents in the beginning of August as part of the Annual Online Registration Information email from the Howard-Suamico School District.
Open House is on Tuesday, August 27, from 6:00 - 7:30 pm.
First Day of School for 2019-2020 is Tuesday, Sept 3rd.
School Supply List
Brown County Health & Human Services - Public Health Division and Innovative Services, Inc. are looking for families to participate in the Strengthening Families Program (SFP). SFP is designed for parents and youth 12-16 years of age. Families work in small groups to build resiliency and learn how to develop family rules and boundaries.
Sessions will be held Mondays and Thursdays; June 13-August 1; 5:30-8 pm Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay, 1451 University Ave
Dinner is provided for the entire family each night and childcare is available for younger siblings.
Opportunity Contact: Sara Braunsdorf at 920-241-5919 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
STUDENT REPRESENTATIVE TO THE BOARD
Please enjoy this article from outgoing Student Rep to the Board – Abbi Bender!
In a culture constantly motivated by change and innovation, the Howard-Suamico School District and Board of Education prove time and time again that they are unafraid of the fast-paced progress headed for the education system. With the help of a hardworking administrative team, the passionate and dedicated school board members take on big undertakings in adapting our district to better fit the needs of the 21st Century in stride.
For thirteen years, the Howard Suamico Board of Education has included the vital position of a non-voting student representative at each biweekly board meeting to be a direct link from the student body to board members. During the 2018/19 school year, I, Abbi Bender, was honored with the opportunity to fill this position. My term comes to an end on May 20, 2019 and I am incredibly proud to have been a part of such an innovative and passionate board that strives to better the education of all students, and ultimately improve the community as a whole.
The end of my term on the school board coincides with a lot of ends in my life. In a couple of short weeks, I will become a graduate from the Howard Suamico School District and end my time as a high school student. To me, it is easy to reflect on the major changes I have seen throughout my education; I have vivid memories of giving presentations on overhead projectors in kindergarten, the implementation of the first SMART Boards in my second grade class, and where classroom technologies are now, giving my peers and I the opportunity to create and learn from dynamic and interactive presentations on two screens and personal devices.
It is harder, however, to recognize some of the smaller changes developing overtime through dedicated conversations and meticulous planning. In November, the Board, as well as district administrators, participated in a book study on Ted Dintersmith’s What Schools Could Be. This study prompted challenging conversations on the innovation needed to improve public education and the direction of the district. By listening to and participating in this dialogue, I was able to observe the dedication and fearlessness the Howard-Suamico School District has when it comes to bringing positive change to their schools and community. I left those board meetings exhilarated by the discussions and unable to wait to share all the exciting topics (often prompting me to call my mom on my way home because a seven minute drive was too long of a wait).
Following these energizing meetings, I fulfilled my responsibility as the student representative by communicating with my peers about the discussions that took place at the board table. Despite technological advancements, classroom education has, for the most part, remained stagnant throughout the lifetimes of my peers and myself. While reporting out on ideas about “The Profile of a Graduate” and “Individualized Learning,” my peers became excited about the changes that will take place in their education throughout the coming years.
To my peers, and to myself, nothing is more energizing than knowing that positive change is coming, and the efforts are being led by a team of dedicated board members and district administrators who are clear about their intentions to influence our educational path in a way that will better prepare us for our ever-changing futures.
For more information about our governance policies or our school district, please visit our website at www.hssdschools.org For additional information regarding this article, contact Student Representative to the Board, Abbi Bender, at email@example.com or School Board member, Garry Sievert at firstname.lastname@example.org