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    Thursday, Sept. 11th

Band Parents

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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, help in the library, etc)?  For those new 5th Grade Parents - just a reminder to change/add your school to Lineville.  you and youth.JPG


September 1-15

Welcome to another school year!  We are looking forward to another great year for all of our Lineville Students!  It is our goal to provide our students with the best educational opportunities, and to create a positive and safe academic environment for our Roadrunners!  Here are a few things we will continue to work on during this school year to ensure success:  READ MORE on   The Roadrunner Way  Student Drop Off & Pick Up  Bus  -  TEAM


October Class           November Class

PHONE CALLS FROM SCHOOL:  We currently have 887 students enrolled at Lineville.  There is a phone in the health room office that students use when they need to call home due to illness and when they need to talk with a parent.  We do our best to remind them to leave a message if their call is not answered.  Some teachers allow students to use their classroom phone to make non-emergency calls and these calls along with the health room line come up to you as the main line of school calling.  We also have had parents tell us that a call from the office has come up on Caller ID as a 4 digit number/Unknown or a call from Puerto Rico.   Our IS Dept has been notified of this and at this time  they are not sure why this is happening.  Please help us out and listen to messages before calling the school.  If the student is not making the call from the health room and a message was not left - we assume the issue can wait until after school.   Thanks for your understanding and help with this matter in reminding your student to leave a message.


CC running shoe.pngCROSS COUNTRY  (Starts Monday, Sept. 8th) -  Join our cross country team today! Cross Country at Lineville is a fun and exciting sport where you learn to train the body and develop healthy lifestyles!  Running is a lifelong activity!  Practices typically involve a fun run and some running games.  Everyone gets to practice and compete if they desire.  Meets are optional and just another way to get involved and have fun.  There are approximately five meets for the season and parents must transport to and from the meets.  Forms are also on the rack outside the office (practice & meet schedule, permission form, optional CC T-shirt order form, Information letter). Picking up your student promptly at 4:15PM is greatly appreciated.  The permission form must be on file in the school office before the student can participate.  Last year there were over 70 students involved in Cross Country.  Come Run With the Roadrunners!!!


BOYS & GIRLS SOCCER (Starts Monday, Sept. 8th) -  The Skills & Drills Soccer season will run Monday thru Thursday (Look for schedule the week of soccer ball.jpgAugust 18th on the LV Athletic page).  If your student is interested in participating, you will need to fill out and return to the school office a permission form prior to the first practice.  Forms are on the rack outside the school office or under Athletics on the school webpage.  PLEASE NOTE that all students will need to have shin guards and rides need to be here at 4:15PM for pick up. 


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  • Technology Insurance Fee                            $35
  • Textbook Rental Fee                                      $25
  •  (New Option!) Bowling Field Trip Fee           $5
  •  Band/Orchestra fee                                       $60
    (Only for students that rent a school owned instrument      

The Technology Insurance Fee MUST be paid in order for your child to receive his/her iPad. The most efficient and quickest way to pay the fee is by paying online at . Parents that think they may qualify for a waiver of the fee must fill out the fee waiver form which is a part of the Free/Reduced Lunch application. A new form must be filled out every year to qualify. Forms are available online or in the school office.  Also for this year ONLY there will not be a swim unit in Phy Ed so there will be no swim/towel fee charge. This is due to the pool renovations that will begin in the fall.


LINEVILLE FUNDRAISER:  Watch for information on our annual fundraiser to come home today, Sept 9th.  This year’s fundraiser is a magazine sale and will end September 26th.  The fundraiser is run by our Lineville Parent Booster Club.  Most of the proceeds are used to help off set academic field trip costs.


  • 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.

 LINEVILLE/BAY VIEW PARENT CLUB:  The parent clubs from Lineville and Bay View will continue to be combined for the 2014-15 school year. Combining the groups has helped increase attendance, reduced the number of meeting for parents with children in both schools and helps ease the transition from Lineville to Bay View. Each club will continue to have its own treasury and fundraising activities.


Meetings are generally held on the third Monday of each month. All dates will be published on the school calendars. The first meeting will be held on Monday, September 15th at Bay View Middle School beginning at 6:30 p.m. All parents who want to become involved are welcome and encouraged to attend! Educational research clearly shows that parents who are “connected” to school have children that do better academically and socially. We would love for you to stay “connected” with the PTO!    Find out more / How to get involved

P.E.CLOTHES:  Students will be required to bring a change of clothing for Physical Education. Any light colored t-shirt with first and last name written on it in permanent marker; any color athletic shorts with no pockets-fingertip length, socks and shoes will be needed for all P.E. classes.  Shorts and shirts will also be available for purchase through our Parent Club.  If you are interested in this optional purchase the  order form can be returned to the Lineville Office. For those that have placed an order, orders should be filled by September 17th.  Students will NOT be assigned a P.E. locker in the locker room. All P.E. clothing will be kept in the student’s hall locker and brought to and from class.  

Currently Lineville is still collecting Box Tops.  If we do get Campbell Soup labels turned in we send them to an elementary school.  Milk caps are not longer being saved as there are no cash back offers available.

COMMUNITY CORNER -  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

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...

Below is a link with more information on the respiratory virus that has recently sickened school age children. The message encourages good hand washing throughout the day as well as cough etiquette where children cough into their sleeve, and sick students need to stay home. This virus has especially hit kids hard who have asthma or are immune suppressed.

ATTN 6th Grade PARENTS on Vaccine requirements:   The State of Wisconsin requires students in 6th grade to have 2 additional vaccines. They need to have the adolescent booster of tetanus and pertussis/whooping cough or “Tdap” as well as their second “varicella” or chickenpox vaccine.  You can get these vaccines at the Brown County Health Department by calling 448-6400 to schedule an appointment or at your doctor’s office. You must notify the Pupil Services Office once your child receives their vaccine by calling 662-7881. 

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Fever - Cold - Sore Throat - Cough - Stomachache - Vomiting, etc.  How to make the decision of keeping your child home?  Click here to visit the "Notes from the Nurse"

Germs, Germs, Germs    A message from the Brown County Health Department


COOKING CONTEST:  Do you enjoy cooking and encouraging your child(ren) to help in the kitchen?  Here’s your chance to have some fun with rice and earn $15,000 for your family, $30,000 for your school cafeteria, and recognition for your efforts toward healthy eating.  Click on the link for details.


All Students K – 8 are Invited to Attend the BAY PORT POM & DANCE CLINIC, with the Bay Port Dance Team, Friday, October 10th
Clinic registration info


TechGYRLS® is an eight week afterschool program for girls in grades 3-8. Girls work on developing problem solving and critical thinking skills while engaging in hands-on, project based learning. Click here for more information about the four exciting sessions offered this year.

“Attention all student-athletes:  Are you looking to test your athletic skills and to be a part of a fun and growing organization?  We have your solution… PIRATE FASTPITCH SOFTBALLl!  Pirate Fastpitch is Howard-Suamico’s tournament arm for girls’ fastpitch softball, and we are recruiting athletes of all ages to be a part of our exciting youth program.  Whether you’ve played for years or are thinking about trying competitive softball for the first-time, we encourage you to learn more about some great opportunities.  An information meeting for interested parents will be held on Sept. 7th… Please check-out our website for more information:
Mandi Sagal and Tori Occhino, Bay Port High School 2012 graduates will be performing in concert at the Meyer Theatre, November 11, 2014 at 7:00 pm. The concert is titled LIFE IS MANDITORI and more information is available at  

Neville Public Museum Astronomical Society would like to invite you to free public telescope viewing for Astronomy Day, Saturday, October 4 from 7 to 10 pm to see the moon, stars and sky.  Come to the Bay Beach Amusement Park (we will be by the parking lot near the baseball fields)  more info


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