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Wed, November 26th 


  11:40AM LV Release
     No lunches served


October 21st Band Concert Details

Click here for band class details (including the latest class handouts!)





Below is the link to all information related to choir including forms,handouts, concert info, and much more! 
Check it out …

Physical Education and Health Reminder

Please be sure to check out the Physical Education and Health webpage on a regular basis for updates, important information, study guides and rubrics.  Just click here or the PE/Health link on the left side of the Lineville Intermediate School website.



Want to volunteer at school (field trips,library, etc)?
For those new 5th Grade Parents - just a reminder to change/add your school to Lineville.  



October 16-31

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On-line sign-up begins on Monday, October 13th @ 12:01AM

Deadline to sign up is Wednesday, October 22nd @ 11:50PM

Conferences are scheduled for:

  • Thursday, October 23rd   4-7:30PM
  • Tuesday,  October 28th    4-7:30PM
  • Thursday, October 30th    8-11:30AM
            Click here to sign up

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OCTOBER 27th - 29th

Monday:  "Wear Red Day"

Tuesday:  "Hat Day"  -  Wear your favorite hat (in conjunction with a fundraiser for the Heavenly Hats Foundation - students can donate $1.00 to wear a hat).
Wednesday:  "Neon/Bright Day  -  Wear neon/bright clothing to show that "Our Future's Too Bright" to use drugs/alcohol.


Peer Leader Sucker Sale will also be going on during lunches all three days.

ROADRUNNER.jpgLINEVILLE APPAREL:  There will be some one of a kind Lineville Apparel items available to purchase or orders can be made for apparel during Parent Teacher Conferences.   The ORDER FORM is also on the webpage under Parent Club .


DEPRESSION AWARENESS MONTH:  depression awareness.jpg
                 Suicide Prevention Curriculum begin taught
                 October 27-29 & November 3-5 

                 click here to read more

- Mark Your Calendars for  
Monday, November 3rd, 7PM @ BP Field House  more info

golden apple.jpgRecognize and reward high standards of professionalism in education by nominating a teacher today!!          Nomination form      Spanish Nomination form

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THANK YOU to the Dairy Cove’s owner Jesse Klaus (HSSD alumni) for a generous donation to Mrs. Destache’s classroom for a family social event.  The Dairy Cove in Suamico will be open through Sunday, October 26th – stop by to support this local business.

Are you READY to READ!?!  Battle of the BooksBattle of Books.jpg is coming for both 5th & 6th Graders.  New program this year here to find out more!
The Parent Club is currently looking to fill this years Memory Book chairperson vacancy.  If you have an interest in "creating" the Memory Book for the 2014-15 school year, please contact Tania LeFevre @ 660-8991 or    link to Parent Club webpage

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We Need You
!!!  click here

         Click here for October Goal
         (Homework Completion & Being Prepared for Class)


 Week of October 20th  
click here for more details
GALLUP STUDENT POLL       Gallup Poll Brochure   
Parent Letter from Superintendent LaCroix
happpyface nurse.png Check out the new site for health info/questions    


    November Class
Box Tops
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION  .... Lineville collects Box Tops and proceeds go to our Parent Club.  read more
COMMON CORE STATE STANDARDS   -  go to the Wisconsin DPI website, Common Core State Standards, click on Families Link for more info

STAFF CONTACT DIRECTORY  -   Staff Phone & Email contact info
ABSENCES & HEALTH ROOM:  Appointments/Pre-planned Absences/Medication forms & procedures  read more


COMMUNITY CORNER -  Pirate Lady Hoops, Dance, Lego Adventure, Cooking Contest (win $45K),  BP Dance Clinic, Village of Suamico Rec,  TechGYRLS afterschool program, Pirate Fastpitch Softball, BP grads performing at Meyer Theatre,  Astronomy Day, Non-emergency Help



depression awareness.jpgFrom October 27-29 and November 3-5, all Lineville students will be exposed to suicide prevention curriculum in accordance with Wisconsin law requiring public schools to educate students about suicide prevention using health curriculum. The classes will be co-taught by the phy ed teachers and the grade level counselor (Mrs. Vanden Boogaard for 5th grade and Mr. Noe for 6th).  Lessons have been designed to introduce the topic and promote a healthy discussion in a safe environment.  Below is a synopsis of the curriculum that will be used and reasons for incorporating this into phy ed.

Parents who choose to opt their child out of these three lessons can do so by emailing your child’s phy ed teacher and/or grade level counselor.  Alternative lessons will be utilized in those situations.

Paul Alexander -
Jim LaBlonde   -
Emily Schulz    - 
Trent Noe    -
Kathy Vanden Boogaard -          

Book Fair Volunteers Needed

Please consider volunteering for the Lineville Book Fair.  It is a fun and easy way to get involved at school and encourage a love of reading!  Book-Fair-Arrow.jpg

  Tuesday, October 21st            Student Purchase 10:45 am to 1:30 pm
  Wednesday, October 22nd     Student Purchase 10:45 am to 1:30 pm
  Thursday, October 23rd          Student Purchase 10:45 am to 1:30 pm
                                                     Family Night           4:00 pm to 7:30 pm

   Friday, October 24th               Student Purchase  10:45 am to 1:30 pm

   Monday, October 27th            Teacher Pull          10:45 am to 1:30 pm
                                                     Tear Down               1:30 pm to 2:30 pm

Please call or email Laura  Preston @ 737-9442 or if you are interested in helping.  

Be sure to check out our Book Fair web page at for more information about book fair.  The more you check it out, the more we earn Scholastic dollars and books!



Our first CHOIR Concert of the year is Monday, November 3 @ 7:00pm in the Bay Port Field House.  Students should report carolers2.jpgdirectly to the gym wearing their choir t-shirts and should be in the gym no later than 5:45. For additional information on when the doors open, what to where, how long the concert will be, concert expectations, etc please open the link below. If you have any questions or concerts please contact Mrs. Doelger at or 662-7751.

See you on November 3rd!

Mrs. Doelger

Concert Information

Are you ready to READ!?!

Lineville’s Battle of the Books program is starting. We will be changing our program this year and competing in the State Battle of the Books competition sponsored by the Wisconsin Educational Technology and Media Association (WEMTA). Both 5th and 6th grade students will be part of the State program. For more information click here!



  • Register Team by October 30, 2014Battle of Books.jpg
  • Captain attend Captain’s meeting week of November 3, 2014
  • READ and take notes - November and December
  • Lineville Battles - January
  • State Battle - February


We Need You!Speak Up logo.jpg

Surveys are open for input through December 19, 2014 at: CLICK HERE


The feedback we receive from students, parents, and staff who participated in the Speak Up Surveys for the past two years have helped the District Digital Learning Transformation.  Join the conversation about the use of technology for learning through Speak Up, a National Research Project.

Student Survey password: hssdspeakup

The survey password is what students will use to take the survey. Students are the only participants required to enter in a survey password to take the survey.  Students and parents can access the survey through your school name, which can be looked up by state and part of the school name or by zip code.


Box Tops
This year, our school will be participating in the Box Tops for Education program.  My name is Cris Kinsley and I’m thrilled to be the Box Tops Coordinator for Lineville.   Clipping Box Tops is an easy way for you to help our school buy wht it needs.  Box Tops are each worth $.10 and they quickly add up to real cash for our school.  This school year, our school’s earning will be used to purchase playground equipment!

To help our school, just look for pink Box Tops on products, clip them, and send them to school.  For more information on the Box Tops for Education program, including a list of participating products and our school’s progress, visit  Be sure to become a member to receive exclusive coupons and recipes and learn about extra ways for our school to earn.

I hope you’re excited for everything we can do this year with Box Tops!  If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me at or (920) 634-5471.  I’m here to make our school’s Box Tops for Education program a huge success this year.

Please do not send in box tops that have expired!  Remember to cut the box top along the dotted line so that the expiration date and product code are visible.

The first cutoff date to submit box tops has been extended to 
October 24th
!  Please have your student bring into school box tops that you have collected.  There is a collection container in the front office.  Thanks for your help!


  • Any absences, including doctor’s appointments that may cause your child to be late must be called in to our ATTENDANCE LINE at 662-7875.  A message can be left at anytime on this line.  If your student needs to leave school during the day for any reason please send a note with them.  The student should bring this note to the office after checking in with their TEAM teacher to get a pass.  Sending a note helps to alleviate the interruption of the classroom when the parents get here and it is also more time effective for parents.  Parents must come into school and sign their student out during the school day  (8:25 AM-3:08 PM).  If you are picking your student up after school and they are unaware of this we ask that you call the office before 2:30 for the student to be notified.  There is no need to call the office or send a note if the student knows they are being picked up after school.  
  • For pre-planned absences that exceed two or more full days, a pre-excused absence form must be submitted to the office at least 48 hours in advance of the absence.   Advance Notice of Absence form 
  • MEDICATIONS AT SCHOOL:  Any medications (cough drops, over the counter/prescription meds including inhalers) to be taken at school must have a Parent Request & Authorization to Administer Medication Form on file.  Prescription medication also needs a Parent Form and Physician Form on file in the school office in order for the medication to be administered.  These forms are can  be found on our web page at ( under the District Forms or picked up from the rack outside the school office.  Parents/Guardians are asked to bring in any medications needed in the original container indicating dosage and frequency.  We do not accept expired medication.  If you have any questions please contact the office at  662-7871.
  • Medication forms  Parent Request Form,  Prescriber's Medication Request Form and Inhaled Asthma Meds  -  these forms are also available on the rack outside the main office. No student should have medication in their locker. This includes cough drops. Cough drops need to be kept in the health room and must have a Parent medication form on file to administer

Hart_Phillip_A.JPGWelcome to The Lineville News!

The Lineville Newsletter has changed over from a traditional newsletter format to a webpage platform called The Lineville News. This format allows you to get more current news and information while also having all of the resources available on our web page just clicks away. The new format features shorter articles that allow you to simply click on a link for more information instead of having to scroll through the whole newsletter. Now you only need to go to one spot for all of your Lineville news and information! As always, we welcome your feedback and suggestions.

I hope you enjoy The Lineville News !

Your Partner in Education,

Phil Hart


ATTENDANCE         920-662-7875

MAIN LINE               920-662-7871

FAX LINE                 920-662-7822

LV POOL                  920-662-7874

KITCHEN                  920-662-7730

NOTES from the NURSE...

happpyface nurse.pngCheck out the new site for health related questions

HSSD Health & Immunization webpage 
   2014 Flu Clinics (English)  
   2014 Flu Clinics (Spanish)



Community events are now available on the Howard-Suamico School District “Community Calendar” and in all school newsletters. This calendar is not the same as the school calendars and it was created to partner with area organizations to share local events.


BAY PORT ATHLETIC FUNDRAISER: Saturday, October 18 (8 pm to Midnight) featuring live music by the Cougars with proceeds to benefit Bay Port High School Athletics.  Admission is $10 per person at the door.

The 13th Annual T.R.O.T. (the running of the pigs) Pigs 2&4 mile run/walk, Saturday, November 8 at Bay Port High School gather in the Commons (9 am start).  Registration Form

Mandi Sagal and Tori Occhino, Bay Port High School 2012 graduates will be performing in concert at the Meyer Theater, November 11, 2014 at 7:00 pm. The concert is titled LIFE IS MANDITORI and more information is available at

VILLAGE OF HOWARD Event -The Great Pumpkin Walk at Meadowbrook Park, Friday, October 17 (6-8 pm)


Lady Pirate Hoops invites girls in grades 3-8 to participate in the Bay Port GIRLS' YOUTH Basketball Programmore info

Girl Scout Troop 4155 is sponsoring a FOOD DRIVE to BENEFIT The Giving Tree on October 17, 6-8 pm at their Halloween Carnival at Lineville Intermediate School.   

FALL HARVEST FAMILY NIGHT:   Friday, October 17, 4-7:30 pm & Spooktacular Haunted House 4-8 pm at St. John the Baptist School  (2561 Glendale Ave)   more info
FALL HARVEST FEST – October 25 (2-6pm), 2460 Mt. Olive Drive, Suamico. Carnival inspired, games & activities. Bring a non-perishable food item to donate to the Giving Tree pantry for 5 free tickets towards a prize.

PUMPKIN CARVING EVENT:   Saturday, October 25th @ 6:30 pm at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, 2999 Lakeview Rd.-Suamico

FREE pumpkins!  for children in Kindergarten thru 5th grade.

The Power of Dance Polaris Team - Parents Night Out Fundraiser October 25th, 6-8:30 pm.  Flyer

HALLOWEEN WALKATHON & FALL FAMILY FESTIVAL   -9K for K9’s Mega Walk or Doggie Dash Fun Walk. Saturday, October 25 (10 am – 3 pm) Spring Green Park in Howard   flyer

The AURORA BAYCARE SPOOKY SPRINT is a 1 mile, 5K, and 10K family run/walk.  Saturday, October 25th at Aurora BayCare Medical Center, 2845 Greenbrier Road, Green Bay - 10K race starts at 9:00 am

BAY PORT HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA “Korczak’s Children” show dates are Nov. 6, 7, and 8 at 7:00pm, tickets are $5.50 for adults and children. The Drama department and Student Council will be hosting a FREE Italian dinner and free ticket to the show for any senior citizen, active or retired military person and a guest.  To sign up for this, please call Kathy at 662-7246, or tickets can be purchased at Bay Port from 7:00 am – 3:30 pm.

The 2014-2015 winter will mark the 6th year of BAY NORDIC PROGRAM expanded programming to enhance community based ski activities in the area


The BAY PORT WRESTLING PROGRAM would like to invite area youth (pre-kindergarten through 5th grade) to participate in the 2014-15 Youth Wrestling season beginning the first week of December. Financial assistance is available for students who qualify for reduced/free lunch programs. For more information and online registration please see the following website

DANCE for Ages 3 – 13+  This affordable program runs from October 20, 2014 through March 20, 2015 with a variety of classes to fit the needs of your dancer.  A final performance will be held on March 20 in the Bay View Middle School Auditorium.  Cost for a Resident is $127 and $137 for a Non-Resident.  All classes will be held at the Idlewild Park Shelter located at 1500 Cotton Drive. For more information and to see a full schedule of classes, days, and times please log on to (look under Departments-Recreation & Parks).

A Pirate’s Quest LEGO ADVENTURE for Grades K - 5 

Shiver me timbers as we explore the popular culture behind the life of a pirate!  Beware me mateys, classes fill fast!  Anchors aweigh!  Thursdays, October 2 through November 13, 2014 from 4:30-5:30 p.m.  Suamico Residents $54, Non-Residents $64.  Classes held at the Suamico Municipal Services Center in the Board Room, 12781 Velp Ave.  For more information on this program please check out our website at (look under Departments-Recreation & Parks).

Need non-emergency help? 2-1-1 is where you start. Whether you need to find after school programs, counseling, elder care or any other non-emergency services, 2-1-1 provides confidential, easy-to-use and free access to the information you need