Why Choose HSSD
Damian LaCroix, Superintendent
The Orchestra Plays On:
A Growing Endeavor At Bay Port High School
Wisconsin Public Service
- District saves $84,000 annually in energy costs -
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Bay Port High School Band
The GRAMMY Foundation® (www.grammyfoundation.org) today announced that Bay Port High School Band was one of 123 schools nationwide selected as GRAMMY® Signature Schools semifinalist. Created in 1998, the GRAMMY Signature Schools program recognizes top U.S. public high schools that are making an outstanding commitment to music education during an academic school year.
Innovation Award to NWTC for Mobile Tech Lab
GREEN BAY, Monday, October 7, 2013 – Northeast Wisconsin Technical College and AT&T teamed up today to announce a $5,000 AT&T Innovation & Investment Award to support the Computer Integrated Manufacturing Lab at Bayport High School this semester. The mobile tech lab gives students hands on experience with the latest manufacturing technologies and promotes local workforce development programs. Click to read more
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National Blue Ribbon
Suamico Elementary School Receives National Blue Ribbon Status from U.S. Secretary of Education
Today the United States Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan, announced that Suamico Elementary School is the recipient of a 2013 National Blue Ribbon award. A school-wide celebration and assembly was held today, Wednesday, September 25 to announce the award to the Suamico Elementary School community. Suamico Elementary is located at 2153 School Lane, Green Bay, WI.
Suamico Elementary’s selection is in recognition of its ability to maintain high achievement standards over the last five years. Suamico Elementary is among schools in the top 15 percent for performance levels on the state’s reading and mathematics assessments and is considered within the “Exemplary High Performing School” category. It was among five Wisconsin public schools nominated by State Superintendent Tony Evers.
Howard Elementary School – Committed to Excellence
Tony Evers names 167 Wisconsin Title I Schools of Recognition
MADISON — State Superintendent Tony Evers announced 167 Wisconsin Title I School of Recognition awards for the 2013-14 academic year, an honor that recognizes success in educating students from low-income families. “What a great way to start the school year,” Evers said. “By recognizing schools for their success at educating our students, we put the focus where it belongs: on our children.” All award-winning schools receive federal Title I funding to provide services to high numbers or high percentages of economically disadvantaged children.
Principal of the Year Award
Congratulations to Bay Port High School Principal, Mike Frieder, on being named Wisconsin’s recipient of the 2013 MetLife/NASSP National Principal of the Year Award, photo of Mike and wife Sheila.
REFERENDUM 2014 - Vote April 1
The Howard-Suamico School Board of Education approved resolutions to bring to the public on April 1, 2014, two referendum questions. The first question will address safety upgrades, increased instructional space, and infrastructure maintenance and improvements for the growing school district. The second question will request renovations to prolong the lifecycle of its 1970’s era pool.
Lego Robotic Summer Camp
Robotics Camp for the lower grade
2014-15 OPEN ENROLLMENT
For the Open Enrollment Application Form, Link to:http://dpi.wi.gov/sms/psctoc.html
2013-14 Golden Apple
The Howard-Suamico School District congratulates the 90 individuals and 7 teams who have been nominated for a Golden Apple Award.
Congratulations to Golden Apple Teachers and Teams of Distinction:
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Save the Date
Parent Guide to Student Success
The Parents’ Guide to Student Success was developed by the National PTA in response to the Common Core State Standards in English language arts and mathematics. Created by teachers, parents, education experts, and others from across the country, the standards provide clear, consistent expectations for what students should be learning at each grade in order to be prepared for college and career. National PTA® created the guides for grades K-8 and two for grades
The Guide includes:
2013 America's Best High Schools
Notes from the Nurse
One of the problems most often confronting parents of school-age children occurs when a child complains of not feeling well on a school day.
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