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LAST DAY OF SCHOOL
Tuesday, June 10th

We have a full day of school


 

Band Parents

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

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.

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Tips for establishing good attendance habits: 

 

The more time children spend around other children, whether in the classroom or in the community, the more chance they have of making friends and feeling included, boosting social skills, confidence and self esteem.


 

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Lineville News

thank you sun.pngTHANK YOU . . . . .  to All the VOLUNTEERS who helped to make this a great year at Lineville.  We truly appreciate those who assisted in the library, tutored students, went on field trips, assisted with picture day & vision screening and for those that sent food for Parent Teacher Conferences and to Jessica Clusman who organized & set up the conference meals for the staff.  Also, a huge thanks to Lynn Rickert-Steeno for her many hours spent putting this years Memory Book together.  We APPRECIATE YOU ALL!!!  Thank you and have an enjoyable summer !!!!

JUNE 2014

MEMORY BOOKS will be distributed during the AM on the last day of school (June 10th).  If you did not order a book and would still like to purchase one, we have a few copies available on a first come, first serve basis.  The cost is $13.00 and checks should be made out to Harmanns.  Students/parents should inquire in the office for availability of books.  
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END OF THE YEAR CHECK LIST ......  
   dont-forget smiley face.png   Pay SCHOOL FEES if you have balance due
       Pick Up  MEDICATIONS at school by June 13th 

          (epi pens, over the counter meds, prescriptions drugs & cough drops)
          No medication will be kept for next year.
        Check LOST & FOUND for missing items by June 13th 

                             (items donated after this date)
       Check out information from FOOD SERVICES below
       CONTACT INFORMATION....if you get a phone number or move over the summer, please inform the LV Office

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SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST for 2014-15      Supply List
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BAY VIEW ACTIVITY SIGN UP/FEE Info
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MILK CAPS / CAMPBELL SOUP LABELS / BOX TOPS....
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.
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SUMMER SWIM LESSONS  Registration for the HS Pool swim lessons  will continue through the summer.  The first session of swim lessons begins June 16th.     For more information and to Register On-Line please visit: www.hssd.k12.wi.us/pool   more info
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NOTES FROM THE NURSE  click to read more
Notice to 5th Grade Parents on Immunization Requirements for 6th Grade 
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COMMUNITY CORNER -    Suamico Rec Summer Offerings,  FREE Movie Nights in DePere,i Youth History Day, Free Movie, LaCrosse Camp, HS Flag Football. Non-Emergency Help, Vibe, GB Rugby Club, Fly a Kite Fest, Volunteer Opportunity, Mission of Mercy

BAY VIEW ACTIVITY SIGN-UP/FEES

ALL Bay View ACTIVITY Sign -Up & Fees have gone online for the 2014-15 school year.  Here are some key points:

  • All sign ups and payments are done online
  • The System is currently up and running
  • Students/parents can start signing up for Football, show choir, and all fall sports (soccer, cross country, volleyball)
  • Everything is based on the HSSD students ID number
  • The Link is on the BV web site under Programs; Athletics

A NOTE FROM FOOD SERVICES

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Dear Parent/Guardian:

 

Thank you for your participation in our School Meal Programs this year.  As we near the end of the school year, please carefully review the following points regarding lunch accounts.

Active accounts will retain their balances.  If a student leaves the district, the account is no longer active; a refund of the inactive balance must be requested from Food Service within 6 months.  Inactive balances remaining after 6 months will be considered a donation to the Food Service Fund.  Balances may be refunded or transferred to a sibling’s account or to the Giving Tree lunch account to be used for those in need.  Please direct account-related communications to a Food Service Cashier (see contact information below).

Cashiers communicate account balances to students before the end of the school year.  Please be sure to send a lunch from home if your student has a negative balance or insufficient account funds that would result in having to charge meal purchases; CHARGING IS NOT ALLOWED in our final weeks of school. 

The MyLunchMoney (MLM) web-based payment program will be inactive from June 10 through mid-August.  Please plan payments before or after that period.  To minimize balances and avoid automatic payments being made toward the end of the year, YOU MUST DISABLE YOUR AUTO-PAY FUNCTION on your MLM accounts.  If the student has changed sites or the bank card on the account has changed/expired, be sure to update your MLM account to avoid payment conflicts upon return.

Current free or reduced price meal eligibility expires OCTOBER 13.  Carryover eligibility applies to current students only.  New applications must be submitted each year.  Updated forms and instructions will be mailed to households in August and also placed on our web site at www.hssd.k12.wi.us/foodservices under “School Meal Forms.”

Please feel free to contact us with any questions/concerns about this or any other aspect of our School Meal Programs.  Be sure to also check out our Snack Bag Program offered as a convenience to those participating in summer school.  Thank you again for contributing to the success of our programs.  Enjoy your summer! 


 Kari Alvey, R.D., C.D. 
Food Service Manager
Phone (920) 662-7702
karialve@hssd.k12.wi.us


Melissa Mydlo  
Assistant Food Service Manager
Phone  (920) 662-7811
melimydl@hssd.k12.wi.us


Jill Stordeur
Food Service Secretary
(920)  662-7723
jillstor@hssd.k12.wi.us


                FOOD SERVICE CASHIER @ LINEVILLE
                  Kim Paulson
   (920) 662-7730    kimpaul@hssd.k12.wi.us

 

EV3 Robots Rangers

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for Girls & Boys entering Grades 6-8

August 4-7, 2014 
9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. Course Fee: $75.00

Location: Bay View Middle School
More Info & Registration Form

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

SUMMER SCHOOL INFO

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Regisration Starts
    Tuesday, April 8th
   

Summer School Information
 
Session 1  -  June 16th thru July 3rd
Session 2  -  July 7th thru July 25th

ATTENDANCE LINE 662-7875

LATE TO SCHOOL 
ABSENT FOR THE DAY 
 -   please call the ATTENDANCE LINE.  If your student will be leaving school during the school day please send a note for them to get a PASS during TEAM time.  This pass will allow them to leave class and be waiting for you in the office.  If you have a planned absences of 2 or more days (i.e. vacation) please be sure to fill out the Advance Notice of Absence form  - please do this with at least 48 hours notice.

 

NOTES from the NURSE...

ATTN 5th Grade PARENTS on Vaccine requirements for 6th grade:   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

COMMUNITY EVENTS


Village of Suamico Recreation Dept –  Summer Offerings

Howard Suamico Historical Society (HSHS) YOUTH HISTORY DAY -July 10, 2014 (1:00-3:00pm) at the HSHS Museum, 605 Maywood Avenue (Off Velp – Turn at “Goodyear” Sign) for children ages 8-10 -$2.00 enrollment fee.    information/release form

The De Pere Downtown Development program invites you and your family to FOUR free family movie nights in downtown De Pere this summer beginning Friday, June 6! We are looking forward to welcoming you, your students, and their families into our community for this fun, free, and family-friendly event http://definitelydepere.org.

FREE MOVIE at Family Video:  For each final "S", "4" or "A" earned by students in core courses from Kindergarten through college, Family Video will reward them with a FREE MOVIE or Game Rental! Core courses include all math, language, reading, history, geography, science and spelling classes.

Bay Port Youth Lacrosse Camp – Summer 2014 (Boys & Girls entering grades 4 through 9)
Monday June 16 - Wednesday June 18,  2:00 – 4:00 pm. Registration forms available on the Bay Port Lacrosse website, visit: http://bayport.hssd.k12.wi.us/lacrosse click on registration form. The philosophy of the Youth Camp is to teach the offensive and defensive fundamentals and skills needed to play Lacrosse.  Along with this, we will stress things such as commitment, self-practice, teamwork, and sportsmanship.  For more information contact Dave Destache, Camp Director at 434-8295.

Registration for the 2014 Howard Suamico Flag Football league is now open.  Please log on to www.hysayouth.com to register online or to attain the proper forms required to register your child.  Feel free to contact Cory Gilmet with any questions by email hsffl.director.2014@gmail.com or call 920.217.7523

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 http://www.referweb.net/bcuw/.

Vibe Dance Center’s Summer Schedule http://www.vibedancewi.com/programs/


The Green Bay Rugby Club is proud to announce the start of our 2nd year of  youth coed non-contact Flag Rugby in the summer of 2014.http://greenbayrugby.com/youth.html

Fly A Kite Fest, Saturday, June 28 (10 a.m. – 4:00 pm), Arnie Wolff Sports Complex, 3240 Humboldt Rd, Green Bay. http://fcrnew.org/flyakitefest/

Volunteer Opportunity- Be the difference in the life of a child! Court Appointed Special Advocates – CASA - of Brown County is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing volunteer advocate for children who are the subject of a protective court order as a result of abuse or neglect. If you are 21 years of age and willing to commit about 8 hours per month to these children, please visit http://www.casabc.org/volunteer-overview/ or call (920) 437-2272 or taylor@casabc.org

Mission of Mercy (MOM) is a two day event at which volunteer dentists and other dental professionals provide free dental care to those with limited financial resources. This year’s Mission of Mercy will be held on Friday and Saturday, June 27 and 28, at the KI Center in Green Bay.  Patients will be seen on a first-come, first served basis.