Bay Harbor Sailors Log
November 2, 2022
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS
Main Office - (920) 662-8800
Attendance - (920) 662-8888
Message from our Principal
November is starting out with fantastic weather and a lot to celebrate. Thank you for your partnership in last week’s Parent-Teacher-Student Conferences. Our turnout was exceptional and the leadership shown by our students was top-notch. We should all be very proud! This is a huge step in our students owning their learning. Below are some updates you will find timely:
I am very excited about this year’s Fall Fest on November 12th from 11-3pm! Much appreciation to Kelsey Warren and all involved in the planning for our only fundraiser of the year. You can’t have a fundraiser without the word FUN, so we are definitely looking forward to that. ALL of the money raised will go directly back to supporting our students and staff and Bay Harbor as a whole. Thank you for all of your support and donations already! The classroom baskets are going to be a huge success because of you. Silent auctions (a chance to be Principal for half a day), meat raffle, and more!!! PLEASE see the information below in the newsletter for links to volunteer and food donations.
End of the First Quarter
On Friday, November 4th marks the end of our 1st quarter of school. Like we know about football, it takes 4 quarters to win a game and in learning, it takes ALL 4 quarters to secure the skills necessary to progress to the next level. Each standard that will be reported on is written as a skill that should be secure by the end of the year and rarely by the end of the 1st quarter. A message will come out on the 11th at 6:00pm with directions how to access the report card.
You asked and we listened! Watch for upcoming communication about NEW Bay Harbor apparel sales! There will be some pretty cool stuff and will be here in time for Christmas once ordered.
Have a wonderful rest of the week!
Tony Ebeling, Bay Harbor Principal
FALL FEST - November 12th, 11:00am - 3:00pm
Below are the links for food donations and volunteering, please check it out and sign up if you can help.
Please visit the following link to see this year's flyer and learn all the Fall Fest details. We hope to see you there!
PICTURE RETAKE DAY IS THURSDAY, NOV. 10TH
Retakes are intended for:
- Students who have not yet been photographed
- Students who have been photographed, but parents are opting to have their picture retaken.
Message From Our School Psychologist:
Attention 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Grade Parents/Guardians:
Your student will have an opportunity to increase their awareness of their social and emotional behaviors through completing a social, academic and behavior screener. The screener, mySAEBRS, will ask students a total of 21 questions and will be completed in under 10 minutes. The student’s teacher will also complete a similar screener based on their observations of the students. This optional screener will allow school staff to identify universal and targeted areas for growth focused on students being able to regulate their emotions, develop positive relationships and make positive decisions. This will be done two times a year in years to come.
Feel free to contact Bay Harbor's School Psychologist, Sydnee Milis, with any questions or for more information. If you would like to opt your child out of the screening process please complete this opt out form by November 4th.
Sydnee Milis (MY-Liss), Ed.S.
HSSD School Psychologist
Bay Harbor Elementary & Lineville Intermediate School
Phone (920) 662-7800
Bay Port Youth Wrestling Program
The Bay Port Wrestling Program would like to invite area youth (boys and girls) to participate in the 2022-23 youth wrestling season. The program will provide coaching for all youth that are interested in wrestling and reside in the Howard-Suamico School District. This program offers the participants the opportunity to develop skills not only in wrestling, but also with leadership, self-confidence, teamwork and sportsmanship.
Registration will open online in October and will close November 7th, 2022.
*Late fee applies afterwards.
Contact our Youth Wrestling Coordinator with any questions. Register Here email@example.com
Pre-K through 5th Grade Boys and Girls (6th through 8th grade wrestlers are eligible to wrestle with the middle school program). All experience levels are welcome.
Group 1A/B (Monday): Coed Pre-K, K, and 1st Grade beginners. These practices will begin November 14th. Practice schedule (7 dates) will be emailed to you no later than November 10th along with additional details.
Group 1C/D (Wednesday): Coed Pre-K, K, and 1st Grade beginners. These practices will begin January 4th. Practice schedule (7 dates) will be emailed to you no later than November 17th along with additional details.
Group 2A/B: Coed 1st Grade (with experience) through 5th Grade with limited or no experience. This group is intended for wrestlers who are planning to have limited or no competition this year. Practices will begin on January 2nd and conclude on February 20th. All practices are held on Monday and Thursday evenings at the Bay Port High School Wrestling Room. Practice schedule will be emailed to you no later than November 17th along with additional details.
Group 3A/B: Coed 2nd Grade through 5th Grade who are experienced and competitive. This group is intended for wrestlers who are planning to compete this year. We will be providing a competition schedule and athletes will be encouraged to attend these events. Practices will begin on December 6th and conclude on February 16th. All practices are held on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Bay Port High School Wrestling Room.
Cost: Group 1: $30/wrestler Group 2 and 3: $60/wrestler
● Registration fee includes: use of uniforms and headgear, coaching, a T-shirt, pizza party, and the option to participate in at least one competitive event.
● $80 Deposit for equipment – if you choose to check out equipment, deposit will be collected at the time of issue and be refunded when uniform and headgear are returned.
● Groups 2 and 3 will be asked to volunteer to help out at one of our 3 home events.
Register Here by November 7th!
Nominations are now open for the 30th Annual Golden Apple Awards
2023 marks the 30th year of the Golden Apple Awards. This annual Greater Green Bay Chamber event recognizes educators throughout Greater Green Bay in the areas of professionalism, leadership, and innovation.
CLICK HERE to nominate a BH educator
WANT TO BE A VOLUNTEER AT SCHOOL?
HOW TO BECOME APPROVED TO VOLUNTEER AT SCHOOL
Anyone who wants to volunteer in the Howard Suamico School District must first complete a background check through the district to get approved to volunteer. This includes, but is not limited to, chaperoning on a field trip, helping in the classroom, or helping at one of the PTO Family Fun or other school events.
Please keep in mind that background checks can take as long as three to four weeks to process. Therefore, it is recommended that you complete this process as soon as possible to make sure that you would be approved in time for anything that would come up during the year that you would be interested in volunteering for.
Click HERE for instructions on how to create a Volunteer Profile and to begin the background check process.
Please call the Bay Harbor office at 920-662-8800 if you have any questions.
Returning Student Registration and School Fees
- Have you completed the Returning Student Registration that must be done for each student? If not, please do so as soon as possible by visiting this link: http://hssdschools.powerschool.com/public/ . It is important that this is completed so we have your current information in case of an emergency. Please call the school office if you have any questions at 662-8800.
- Reminders will be sent shortly to families that have not completed the Returning Student Registration.
- School fees will not be posted until November. Please look for future communication on that date and how to pay fees.
~News From the Health Room~
- Click here for Health Services Web Page
- Prescription Medication Form : Prescription Medications require signatures from a physician and parent.
- Inhaled Medication Form
- Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan Form
- Over-the -Counter Medication Form : Must be completed for over-the-counter medication. This includes cough drops, herbal supplements and eye drops.
Board of Education Article - October
~GIVING TREE LETTER~
The Giving Tree depends on our schools for food drives. Typically each month we partner with a school who hosts a food drive. In addition to Howard Elementary’s school food drive for November, Bay Port’s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) wanted to further support our students and families during the Thanksgiving holiday. If you are looking for a little something extra to give in the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday, FBLA would appreciate your support.
This month FBLA is collecting a variety of food items for The Giving Tree that help make long breaks without school breakfast and lunch easier for students and families in need. Please feel free to send donations 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 the community support in helping FBLA ensure food is not a barrier when students are not in school.
~SCHOOL SOCIAL WORKER CORNER~
~Once a Sailor Always a Sailor~