Bay Harbor Newsletter

Wednesday, November 10, 2021


Main Office ............(920) 662-8800

Attendance ............(920) 662 8888

Fax..........................(920) 662-8899

Bay Harbor Calendar

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Give The Gift of Reading Book Drive - November1st - November 30th


23 - Wear Plaid Day!



8 - Bay Harbor Day!



3- School Resumes from Winter Break

4 - PTO Meeting 6:00 pm

12 - Bay Harbor Day!

17 - NO SCHOOL - Martin Luther King Jr. Day

2021-2022 HSSD At-A-Glance School Year Calendar

Student Absences - Covid Hotline

  • Students should stay home from school if they are feeling sick.

  • Call the COVID-19 Hotline (920-662-7233) for further direction. Also make sure to call the Bay Harbor attendance line ( 920-662-8888) to report your Childs absence.

  • Follow the directions you receive from the Hotline staff member.

  • Virtual accommodations will be provided to your child only during an HSSD Covid hotline required quarantine period. Your child's teacher will contact you via email within 24 hours once the quarantine is official.


CLICK HERE to view the Lunch and Breakfast Menus

Breakfast and lunch will continue to be served free of charge for all students for the 2021-22 school year. The cost for an addditional a la cart milk is $0.40.

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Students should dress for the Weather

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Now that the weather has gotten colder and winter is approaching, please make sure that your child is wearing the appropriate outer wear for the weather conditions each day. Students go outside for recess twice each day and we want to make sure they stay warm and dry. Thank you!

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Curbside Meal Pickup: Families will receive meal bundle bags for the week. Curbside Meal Pickup is available on Wednesdays at Bay View from 3:30-6 p.m. Sign up is now required.

Click here for more information and sign-up instructions. Please read the form completely as there are updates on how the program works.

School Meals To-Go are free for all HSSD-enrolled students 18 and under through June 30, 2022. This service is provided by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

All families enrolled in the school district are eligible! Please note that the window of sign up weekly is open Wednesday's at 12:00 pm and closes on Friday's at 10:00. All the details of the sign up, menu, and needs are linked in the google form. We appreciate you helping us field questions but certainly have them reach out to Jill if they need anything addition. If you could put this link(s) in your weekly memo to families I know they would certainly appreciate it very much as a reminder as they will need to sign up each week for each child to participate.

Meals for Virtual Learning Families

If your student is learning from home, their nutrition doesn't stop. School Nutrition is pleased to support families while learning from home. Click here to learn more about School Nutrition home delivery. Note: you must fill out one form per student


Dental Sign Up reminder for schools

Oral Health Partnership (OHP) is coming to your school to provide in-school dental care to your child!

In order for students to be eligible for the program they:

1. Are between 0-18 years of age

2. Have a Medical Assistance/Badger Care/or Forward Health card.

3. If uninsured, students must qualify for free or reduced lunch

4. No private dental insurance or dental home

If your child qualifies, please fill out the health history forms:

If you need a copy printed to complete, please contact your school secretary or school social worker.

Medication Forms

If your child will need to take medication at school, please print and complete the appropriate Medical form listed below and bring to the school office with the medication. A doctors signature will be needed on all prescription medication forms. Please do not send any medication to school with your child. If you have any questions. please call the school office at 662-8800.

Planned Absence Form

Please print and complete this form, and return it to school for any pre-planned absences that are for more than one full day in a row.



From the School Board
October 2021

2021-2022 Howard-Suamico School District Budget

During our budget hearing and annual meeting September 27, community members received a detailed review of the school district’s 2021-2022 budget and voted to adopt it as presented. During the meeting on October 25, the Board of Education approved a total tax levy of $31,733,728, which supports a district budget of $180,906,619. This represents an increase of 47.66%, or $86,221,055, from the 2020-21 budget. The significant increase is due to the successful April 2021 facilities referendum and related debt issuance.

Due to aggressive debt reduction and refinancing strategies approved by the Board, this levy will result in the school’s portion of our property taxes decreasing to a rate of $8.99. The budget, just as in years past, establishes that we continue to value innovation, investing in our staff, driving academic performance for every student, financial stewardship and long-range fiscal stability.

Relatedly, Board members have engaged in continuous legislative advocacy efforts, specifically pertaining to the State’s 2021-23 biennium budget. The advocacy efforts also continue with local municipalities utilizing federal grant dollars (ESSER) in support of HSSD schools. Additional details on the ESSER grant program can be found on the District’s website.

Over the next few months Board members will resume planning strategically for the future. To inform this process, a community engagement survey will be sent out early in 2022 to gather additional input from our community. Please look for it during the new year and share your thoughts with us!

For more information about the Howard-Suamico School District budget please visit our website at

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Bay Port DECA presents the Pretty in Pink Daddy Daughter Dance on Tuesday, November 30 at the Townline Banquet Hall 6 - 8 p.m.

JOIN THE BAY PORT TENNIS CLUB THIS WINTER! BOYS & GIRLS (GRADES K-8) - REGISTER HERE FOR TENNIS CLUB! Join the Bay Port Tennis Club on Saturdays this winter! Whether you are brand new to the sport or have experience playing, joining the club will take your game to the next level! Players will learn the fundamentals of tennis, scoring and court etiquette. All instruction will take place at Four Seasons Tennis club and will be taught by tennis professionals. All practices will be Saturdays at Four Seasons from 1:00-2:30 pm. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Coach Steve (651-261-7283).

Register today for the Bay Port Youth Wrestling Program for area youth (pre-kindergarten through 5th grade) to participate in the 2021-22 youth wrestling season. Registration can be done online and is currently open and will remain open until November 16. For more information and the online registration please see the link above highlighted in blue.

Be A Bobcat -Hockey Introduction Program (HIP). Enhance skating skills while learning the basic hockey skills. Learn to skate and play Hockey with the Green Bay Hockey Team “Bobcats”.

Village of Suamico Parks & Recreation offerings - Youth Dance including BAllet, Ballet/Tap; Poms; and Jazz/Hip-Hop. Deadline to register is November 22.