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Band Parents

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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.
Swim Unit
Mr. Alexander  -  February 3-27


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Tips for establishing good attendance habits: 

Tips for establishing good attendance habits:

  • making sure students understand the importance of good attendance and punctuality
  • not letting them take time off school for minor ailments, particularly those which would not prevent you from going to work





Lineville News

April 16-30, 2014

ATTENTION 5th GRADERS....  Looking for 10 motivated and enthusiastic PEER LEADER BOARD MEMBERS for the 2014-15 School Year.    find out more
Congratulations!!!!   read more
starts April 28th         Schedule      Permission Form
Open to Boys & Girls  Grades 3-6 
Info & Sign Up Form
DRsafety-first.jpgOP OFF/PICK UP PARENT REMINDER:  Students should be dropped off/picked up in the front of the building ONLY.  For the safety of all Lineville students they need to be dropped off along the curb in the front of school.   If you need to spend more than one minute dropping off, please utilize the parking lot to park.  The fire lane (left hand lane) is for flowing traffic –DO NOT DROP students off in this lane as it causes congestion and is very unsafe for your child.  If weather conditions are questionable (extreme cold/raining) we will allow students into the lobby area in the front of school to wait quietly before the 8:17 bell rings.

Tuesday, April 15th @ 4:00 PM.   To Register On-Line please visit:   more info
NOTES FROM THE NURSE  click to read more
Notice to 5th Grade Parents on Immunization Requirements for 6th Grade 
2014-15 OPEN ENROLLMENT   more info

BP Pirate.pngBAY PORT ATHLETIC APPAREL info on how to purchase

SCRIP at LINEVILLE:   This fundraising program earns money for our school without spending a single additional penny.   Click here to read more
STAFF CONTACT DIRECTORY  -   Staff Phone & Email contact info
THE SCHOOL CALENDAR (with Day 1/Day 2) is updated monthly and can be found on the Lineville Homepage under CALENDARS - printable view of the month.  If you are looking for a more "real time" calendar check out the goggle calendar on the Lineville Homepage. 
COMMUNITY CORNER -    Myles4autism Run/Walk, Bay Port Drama Workshop, Giving Tree Taste of Village Auction, Sting Cancer

2014-15 Lineville Peer Leader Board

The Lineville Peer Leaders are looking for 10 motivated and enthusiastic Peer Leader Board Members for next year.  All current 5th grade students who are interested may apply for this rewarding job.

Board Members need to have strong leadership skills, good communication skills and be able to set a good example to other students inside and outside of the classroom.

Applications are available on the bulletin board by the library or can be printed off from the Lineville school web page and are due by 9:00a.m. on May 3, 2013.  The application needs to be filled out by the student, signed by his/her TEAM teacher and a parent, and include recommendation forms from two teachers.   All completed applications need to be turned into the Health Room.  (Teachers will hand in their portion of the application separately).  Every student who turns in a completed application will then take part in an interview between May 5 and May 7, 2014.

This application process is only for the board member positions.  There will still be opportunities to get involved with Peer Leaders next year by being a Peer Leader Roadrunner and helping with the variety of activities and events that will occur throughout the school year.

If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Vanden Boogaard, Mr. Noe or Mrs. VanLaanen.

HOOPS.jpgCongratulations Lineville Roadrunners, on another successful year of Hoops for Heart!  The totals are in, and as a school, we raised just short of $5400.00 for the American Heart Association. Money raised will help fund educational programs and research to fight heart disease and stroke. A total of 95 students helped raise funds. Special recognition goes to Patrick Nowakowski, who for the second straight year is our top individual fundraiser. Congratulations Lineville on a job well done!

MyLunchMoney Users

If you use and have automatic payments to your child’s account, it is encouraged that you set their automatic payment to $8.00 or higher.  This will eliminate any unnecessary low balance slips to be printed and your child will not be told they are low on  their account during the lunch line. 

EV3 Robots Rangers

lego.pngHSSD EV3 Robots Rangers
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


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Application Period for 2014-15 Public School Open Enrollment

If you know families outside of the Howard-Suamico School District who would like their children to attend our schools, the application period for the 2014-15 school year is February 3 through April 30, 2014.  For more information about the open enrollment process, visit and click on the Open Enrollment link in the left column, under Information.  The on-line application form may be accessed through the District home page of the Howard-Suamico School District website at: beginning February 3, or the DPI website at:

If you need assistance, or for more information about the open enrollment process, please contact Sharon Rentmeester, Open Enrollment Coordinator, Howard-Suamico School District, 920-662-7709.  The Howard-Suamico School District Office is located at 2700 Lineville Road, Green Bay, WI.

Common Core State Standards

In 2010, Wisconsin adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS). CCSS provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn in English language arts and mathematics as they progress through grades K-12.

Promoting Students, Staff and Community Partners


Follow and like us on Facebook & Twitter at !  The Howard-Suamico School District Facebook and Twitter features highlights and photos of events, students working on projects, volunteers in the classroom, area business partners working with students, E-Learning and meeting people around the world using technology, the arts, sports, community involvement, etc. Take a moment to visit the Howard-Suamico School District Facebook to see just a few of the stories we have featured. We need your help to share the amazing things happening in our schools and organizations.  The best photos are students, teachers and staff in action giving us a peak into the projects they are working on. Please send your photos (art work photos too) and stories to Cheryl Schmidt at and we will try to feature it on Facebook and possibly in communications with local press.

Volunteering at School

Become a registered volunteer now and you will be set for your child’s field trips, assisting in the classroom, working special events, etc.  Registering now avoids the possibility of not being in the volunteer database and approved when opportunities arise to assist at your school.

STEP 1 - Complete an On-Line Volunteer Application/Profile  

  1. Go to the volunteer website --
  2. CLICK on your  “school name” under the heading “Volunteer opportunities at..” on the left-hand side of the web page.
  3. CLICK  “Sign Up” in the upper right, and it will ask you if you have an existing profile – CLICK “No” if you are a first time user, and you will be walked through the application/profile SIGN UP process.

(If you prefer, you can complete a hard-copy application. Please ask your school secretary for a copy)

STEP 2 – When your on-line application is received, background check paperwork will be e-mailed to you. This paperwork must be completed and processed before you are approved to volunteer.

Contact Diane Schmidtke, Volunteer and Community Involvement Coordinator if you have questions or need additional information:  662-8186 or

Bay Port Athletic Apparel

BP Pirate.pngLooking for Bay Port athletic apparel, duffle bags or stadium seats?  Bay Port athletic apparel is now available at the Bay Port Booster Club's new online store!  Check out the online store at   You can reach a Booster Club representative at

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



Regisration Starts
    Tuesday, April 8th

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


 -   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

 Questions on your
Magazine Order?

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2myles4autism 3rd Annual Run/Walk Event- Saturday, April 26 – 9:00 a.m. at Meadowbrook Elementary

The Bay Port High School Drama club is putting on a “Drama Club Workshop.” It is a fun-filled day with a number of different drama activities.  Registration & info

The Giving Tree is working on its next big fundraising event which is the Sixth Annual Taste of the Village Auction on Thursday, May, 1 2014. The event will be at the Rock Garden Banquet and Conference Center. The Giving Tree is now accepting monetary donations as well as items for the silent auction. If you have questions or would like to make a donation for the event or would like to secure tickets, please call the Taste of the Village Auction Hotline at: 662-7873. Online donations are also possible at:

The goal of the Giving Tree is to empower Howard Suamico families and help instill a sense of pride and dignity in their lives and with your generous donations and sponsorship of the Village auction we can achieve this together! 

Sting Cancer - Wear Yellow Day is set for Friday, May 9. This year marks the 10th anniversary of this special day dedicated to supporting cancer awareness and this year’s t-shirt design reflects that dedication and the mission of fighting together. The t-shirts are only $7 and we also have the polo shirts available again for $25.