Lineville Intermediate News

January 16, 2023

ATTENDANCE LINE (920) 662-7875

When reporting an absence, please call our school’s attendance line at 920-662-7875 prior to the start of each school day.


It is time to purchase your yearbook! Please visit the below link to order today.


LINK: https://harmannstudios.wufoo.com/forms/lineville-yearbook-20222023/


Best pricing for books is available until March 1st. After March 1st prices will increase and no upgrades will be available.


If you are in need of alternative ordering options, please contact Harmann Studios Customer Care Team at 1-800-236-8910.

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Lineville Winter Choir Concert Information

Lineville Winter Choir Concerts will be taking place Thursday, January 19 at Bay Port High School in the PAC (auditorium). The 5th Grade Concert will take place at 5:30pm and the 6th Grade Concert will begin at 7:00pm. There are also several volunteer opportunities available. All volunteers will receive reserved seating for themselves and their families.


Click here to view 5th Grade Concert and Volunteer Information


Click here to view 6th Grade Concert and Volunteer Information

CALLING ALL SINGERS!

Bay Port will be hosting ‘Pirates in Harmony’ on Saturday, January 28 from 10:00-3:30. Pirates in Harmony is a performance opportunity for 4th-8th grade students to come together, learn new music, and perform together. Students will have the opportunity to sing and perform with other students throughout the area as well as work with the 5-12 choral music staff and high school choral students.


Lunch will be provided (choice of sub, fruit, veggies & dip, chips & cookie) and all participants will receive a t-shirt. Cost is $20. Pre-registration is required. Registration closes Friday, January 6th.


Click here to register


If you need financial assistance please contact Michael Pufall at michpufa@hssdschools.org or 920-662-7288.


For additional questions please contact Robbie Doelger at robedoel@hssdschools.org or 920-662-7751.

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DIGI KNOW...

Kids like to go online and use cell phones to email, chat, watch videos, send messages, play games, and do homework. But sometimes the language they use with each other can get mean or rude. It's important for kids to appreciate that their words can cause unintentional harm, whether used online or in person.


Sometimes meanness is accidental, but, when people use digital tools such as the Internet or text messages to deliberately make another person feel angry, sad, or scared, that's cyberbullying. Examples of cyberbullying include sending hurtful texts or instant messages, posting embarrassing photos or videos, spreading mean rumors online or with a cell phone, or doing mean things to someone's character in an online world.


Common Sense Media offers these steps to follow if your child is being cyberbullied:


  • Sign off the computer. Ignore the attacks and walk away from the cyberbully.

  • Don't respond or retaliate. If you're angry or hurt, you might say things you'll regret later. Cyberbullies often want to get a reaction out of you, so don't let them know their plans have worked.

  • Block the bully. If you get mean messages through IM or a social-networking site, take the person off your buddy or friends list. You also can delete messages from bullies without reading them.

  • Save and print out bullying messages. If the harassment continues, save the evidence. This could be important proof to show parents or teachers if the bullying doesn't stop.

  • Talk to a friend. When someone makes you feel bad, sometimes it can help to talk the situation over with a friend.

  • Tell a trusted adult. A trusted adult is someone you believe will listen and who has the skills, desire, and authority to help you. Telling an adult isn't tattling -- it's standing up for yourself. And, even if the bullying occurs online, your school probably has rules against it.


For more information about ways to handle cyberbullying, contact Mrs. Emily Wells, Library Media Specialist at emilwell@hssdschools.org or 920.662.7731. If you would like to learn more about this topic please visit Common Sense Media.

GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP

To better meet the needs of our students, through a collaboration with Unity Grief and Education Center, Lineville Intermediate School is pleased to offer our students the opportunity to participate in a School Based Grief Support Group.


Please click on the link below for information on how your student can participate in this group.


Lineville Parent Letter.docx

LINEVILLE LITERACY LOUNGE NEWS

Lineville Literacy Lounge News


Are you looking for strategies to use with your reader at home? Please view the strategies listed below!



Inferring From Fiction

Purpose--to make an inference or draw a conclusion while reading fiction texts.

1. Find an important or surprising dialogue or action.

2. Why did the character say or do that?

3. What is the character thinking?

4. What are you thinking?


Inferring From Nonfiction

Purpose- to make an inference or draw a conclusion while reading informational texts.

1. Find an important sentence.

2. Ask a “why” question about the sentence.

3. Answer your “why” question.


Are you looking for ways to promote reading at home? Watch the following video from Teachers College for helpful tips.


Video: How to Get Your Child Interested in Reading


If you have any questions please feel free to contact Katie Williams at katiwill@hssdschools.org or Sherry McCarthy at shermcca@hssdschools.org

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Please join us!

When: February 8th from 6:00-7:30pm

Where: HSSD District Office

What: Positive Parenting

Parenting is hard. Join us as we partner with Triple P Parenting to learn more about addressing behaviors and promoting positive skills for our children. Triple P Parenting will talk about strategies to use for different age levels and offer space to discuss some of the most common struggles parents face regarding these topics.

REGISTER HERE


Registration for each event is highly encouraged in order to provide resources for all who attend. You can complete registration for each event using the QR Code below in the flyer, or by visiting the District website and going to the Student Services Department.


Please contact Angela Buchenauer, Director of Student Services, at
angebuch@hssdschools.org with any questions.

PTO MEETINGS 2022-2023

Below are the dates of the 2022-2023 PTO Meetings. All meetings are at 6pm:

Monday, January 23, 2023 at Lineville

Monday, March 6th, 2023 at Bay View

Monday, May 1st, 2023 at Lineville

EMERGENCY CLOSINGS AND DELAYS

In addition to District Social Media, local TV/Radio stations and the District Website, HSSD will also send weather-related delays and cancellations via text message.


You may opt in to receive text messages by texting the word YES to 68453. You will receive a confirmation reply within a few minutes of sending your request.

COMMUNITY CORNER

Village Lanes Youth Bowling Program

Village Lanes offers Saturday morning leagues for ages 3-20 years old. Village Lanes also offers certified coaching and different scholarship opportunities. Bowling is a sport where no one sits out; everyone can play and build friendships while having a great time! Please visit the lanes for youth league sign up. More information can be found on their website.

Thank you for helping us serve over 600 families for our Holiday Store and pantry in December. As the new year arrives, many of us think of organizing and cleaning up from the Holidays to start fresh in the new year. For this reason this month we are collecting household cleaning products that we can have available at pantry.


Please feel free to send donations in a plastic bag with your students to put in the collections bins/carts near the main office of school. Items can also be dropped off during school hours. The Giving Tree appreciates your continued support.

ORAL HEALTH PARTNERSHIP

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CLICK HERE to sign your child up to see the dentist at school!