Some exciting news from the Bay View Student Council. Mary Swinford applied for a Community Grant at 91.1 The Avenue Radio station, on behalf of the BV Student Council to help promote our Donate Life walk on April 12th. We are so excited to say that we did receive the grant!
In short, our students created an add that will be running an on-air schedule for a period of two weeks from March 29th through April 11th , 2014. The message will be evenly distributed six times throughout each day, reaching the listening audience of over 25,000 weekly listeners.
On Monday, March 17th, three students, Katy Kane, Carter Olson, Ciara Harkin went with Gail Burant and Mary Swinford to 91.1 here in Green Bay and recorded the add. We are so very excited that we received the grant. Our students got a GREAT life experience at the radio station!! We are so very proud of them and hope that this will help us to increase awareness regarding our Donate Life Walk on April 12th!!
The Bay Port High School Drama club (4-11-14) is putting on a “Drama Club Workshop” It is a fun-filled day with a number of different drama activities. Click here for registration and information.
(4-8-14) Tuesday, April 29 - Smart Cow Yogurt Bar on Oneida Street in Green Bay is donating part of the day's sales to Howard Elementary School. ..read more..
Sting Cancer - Wear Yellow Day is set for Friday, May 9. (4-7-14) 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. Click here to print an order form.
LEGO ROBOTICS SUMMER COURSES –August 4-7, 2014 (4-14-14)
Lego Robotics Mania (Grades 4 & 5) AM Session 9:00 – 12:00; PM Session 1:00 – 4:00 ($75) @ Forest Glen Elementary School
EV3 Robotics Summer Camp (Grades 6-8) AM Session 9:00 A.M. – 12:00 P.M. ($75) @ Bay View Middle School
The Teachers of Howard-Suamico Have Scholarships to Offer Their Students. (4-7-14)The teachers are offering financial support to K-12 students for summer 2013 camps in academics, technology, or fine arts. Their mission is to support as many applicants as we can with partial payment. The amount awarded will depend upon the total cost of a camp and the number of qualified applicants. Priority will be given to new applicants. To apply Complete the application found on the summer school web page at www.hssd.k12.wi.us/SummerSchool and send it to Bay Harbor Elementary School, ATTN: Michele Otradovec, 1590 Harbor Lights Road, Suamico, WI 54173 or email [email protected], it must be received by April 30, 2013.
Registration for the 3rd Annual 2myles4autism Run/Walk on Saturday, April 26 is open and available! If you are planning to register and would like to receive a t-shirt on the day of the event, you must register by THIS SATURDAY, APRIL 12 (registrations received after Saturday will still receive t-shirts, but they will not be available on the day of the event). Our registration link is: http://2myles4autism.weebly.com/registration.html or you can print the attached registration form. We hope that you can join us! All proceeds benefit students with autism in the Howard-Suamico School District! (4-7-14)
(3-25-14) 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. http://www.pta.org/files/PTA%20Wisconsin%20Assessment%20Guide.pdf
Sixth Annual Taste of the Village Auction on Thursday, May, 1 2014 read more
Farm to School - Harvest of the Month read more
Summer School 2014
The course booklet is now available on line. Paper copies of the booklet will not be sent home with students. If you need a paper copy, please stop by your child's school office to pick one up. For more information and to view the course booklet, please visit our Summer School Webpage
DRIVER’S EDUCATION AT BAY PORT HIGH SCHOOL 1-21-14
Two Classroom Sessions: June 13-July 3, 2014, July 7-25, 2014
Driver’s education consists of two parts: Classroom and Behind-the-Wheel. read more...
4K and 5K Registration Nearing! read more
Sponsor a Seat in the Bay View Harold Sheedy Auditorium
The 1970's auditorium seats at Bay View need refurbishing. Be part of a growing group of parents, students, families, Bay Port and Bay View alumni, and friends to Sponsor a seat, and we’ll put your name on it. Or sponsor a seat in memory of a loved one. Click here for more details and a form.
Bay View Middle School students
"Wizard of Oz"
March 13, 14 and 15.
Several Bay View Art Club students worked with Visual Arts teacher, Mrs. Perry to design and paint on a donated cello and violin. These decorative instruments were auctioned off at a fundraiser on March 17th to help raise money for the Bay Port Orchestra to play at the Chicago Symphony this April.
Skyping with a Vietnam War Vet
Mr. Wiltzius' Social Studies class skypes with retired Vietnam War Vet, David Estes who now helps run the Livingston War Museum in Pontiac, Illinois.
Finance Park Simulation
Mr. Kelly's seventh grade Financial Literacy classes are working through the Finance Park simulation. Finance Park is a personal finance simulation where students learn about financial institutions, savings, investing, and spending. During the online exercise, students receive a fictional life situation that spells out their gross annual income, age, marital status, and number of children. They use this information to make choices in seventeen budget categories.
National Junior Honor Society (NJHS) at Bay View
- Focus on your school work
- A 3.50 GPA is the minimum requirement
- Keep track of your school based extra-curricular activities and community organizations you currently participate in
- A minimum of 3 organizations or groups will be required to be considered for membership
- Examples include: clubs, teams, musical groups, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, etc.
- Keep track of your service/volunteer hours at school and in the community
- A minimum of 3 activities will be required to be considered for membership
- A minimum of 10 total hours will be required to be considered for membership
- These are activities done for others where you receive no compensation
Bay View Student Awareness Group wins!!
Congratulations to Bay View's Student Wellness Awareness Group (SWAG) for winning the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board Fuel Up to Play 60 Make Your Move Activation Campaign! SWAG is all about bringing overall wellness to their school by incorporating fitness and nutrition activities throughout the school year. This year, Bay View put together a flash mob which was entered and won!
Bay View has been awarded a Trip to the Green Bay Packers Hutson Center for up to 20 students and their chaperones on a date to be determined.
4K and 5K Registration
4K (4-Year-Old Kindergarten): Registration for 4K is available online at www.hssd.k12.wi.us/4K beginning February 3 for children who will be age four on or before September 1, 2014. As soon as you complete the online registration form, the system will send you a confirmation e-mail telling you to verify certain documents and complete additional state required forms. If you do not have access to a computer, staff will be available at Lineville Intermediate School to assist you on February 3 with registering your child during the hours of 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. If you do not have access to a computer to complete the online application, you may register your child at any of the elementary schools in their office area beginning February 4, 2014. In addition, please bring verification documents to the elementary school to complete the registration process. School hours are 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
5K – Five Year Old Kindergarten Registration:
- If your child currently attends the Howard & Suamico 4K program, they are already accepted and enrolled in the Howard-Suamico School and we welcome you to continue their education with us. Your child is registered to attend Name of School for the 2014-2015 school year.
- Children who did not attend the Howard & Suamico 4K and will be age five on or before September 1, 2014 will take place at all elementary schools on February 20 from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and February 25 from 7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. for the 2014-2015 kindergarten class.
Bay View Girls have Success at State Robotics Tournament
Congratulations to the Bay View SWAG (Secretly We Are Geeks) robotics teams who competed at the Appleton State Tournament December 8th and were recognized with a total of 3 award nominations. The girls received 1st place for the Core Values: Gracious Professionalism Award for demonstrating this foundational guiding principle of First LEGO League. Pictured top: Mr. Prien (Robotics Coach), Rebecca Rasmussen, Shelby Ostrom, Lydia Akbari, Asia Athey, Bottom: Blia-Chia Thor, Molly Perry, Jenna Norton, Rachel Ceaglske, Mackenzie Jonet (not pictured Ciara Harkin).
Bay View Proud!
Achieve 3000 is a differentiated literacy program that helps students prepare and keep on track for College and Career Readiness. Students in all of Mrs. Spielbauer's classes enrolled in the program's fall reading contest Read to Succeed. From October 22 to November 22, students completed numerous informational articles and activities. During the weeks of the contest the following students: Alexander Smith, Nicholas Steenbock, Grant Buckner, Sidney Kropp, Blia Thor, Desiree Dominiczak, Anya Krawczyk, Nicholas Key, and Sara Karas were top achievers at Bay View on at least one give day. Also, a special congratulations to Nicholas Key for being the top scorer for the state and at the national level.
Nicholas won an electronic dictionary for being the National Weekly Top Scorer from Achieve 3000.
Congratulations to all of the students for their efforts and hard work.
Meteorologist Luke Sampe talks to students at Bay View
WFRV meteorologist, Luke Sampe presented to Bay View Middle School's 7th grade Hubble House students about weather and what it means to be a meteorologist. The students love learning about air vortices, severe weather, and were able to have several of their questions answered.
2013-14 Peace Poster Contest "Our World, Our Future" Winner at Bay View
Congratulations to Carly Bower for being selected as the local 2013-14 Peace Poster Contest at Bay View Middle School.
Each year, Green Bay Lioness club proudly sponsors the Lions International Peace Poster Contest in local schools and youth groups. This art contest for kids encourages young people worldwide to express their visions of peace. Carly's poster will be entered in the International Peace Poster Contest. Winner of the International contest will be notified on or before Feb. 1. Congratulations Carly and good luck!
Pictured: Lioness Club representative Peggy Wellens, Carly Bower and her parents.
Congratulations to the winning STRIDE class that named the new Bay View Viking Mascot
Victor E Viking!
Mr. Wiltzius STRIDE students won the "Name the Bay View Viking" contest and received a pizza party and lanyards. Long live Victor E Viking!
Women at Work Event at NWTC
On October 1, Sixty-two young women from Bay View Middle School attended the NWTC Women at Work event with Mrs. Johnson, CARE Teacher; Mrs. Schlag and Mrs. Bahrke, School Counselors; Mrs. Parkansky, Counseling Intern; Mr. Prien, Engineering and Robotics Teacher; and Mrs. Jordan, Careers and Technology Teacher. The purpose of this event was to encourage young women to consider apprenticeships and careers in manufacturing and construction. Some examples of career areas explored were Electrical Engineering, Welding, HVAC, and Utility Management. Hands-on activities such as operating a robot, virtual welding, constructing a metal tool box, and using power line maintenance equipment helped make this learning experience fun and engaging.
iPads in the Classroom
Bay View choir students using their ipads to record themselves singing a section of music. They listened to their recording, wrote a reflection of what they heard, and shared their recording with music director, Cindi Pehowski.
The Howard-Suamico School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital status, parental status, sexual orientation, sex, including transgender status, change of sex or gender identity, disability, age (except as authorized by law), military status, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability as required by Sec. 118.13 Wis. Stats.